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Bus Trip: To Coney Island

Tuesday, June 2
Cost: $57.00 per person

(bus driver’s gratuity included - lunch will be on your own)

Registration begins on Thursday, April 2.
Bus Departs at 8:45 a.m.
Bus Returns at approximately 6:30 p.m.

Guided tour of MCU Park, home of the exciting Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball team. Stroll the boardwalk to the original Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog site, still serving on the Boardwalk since 1916. Here for less then 12 dollars you can buy a Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog, fries, and soda; or buy their other well known lunches. Next will be a narrated tour as we view the neighborhoods, sceneries such as Brighton Beach “the Little Odessa by the Sea,” Victoria Flatbush and Orthodox Midwood.

 Please note there will be a moderate degree of walking so wear comfortable shoes.

Celebrate National Poetry Month
Tea & Poetry Writing:

Wednesdays, April 8 & 15    6:00 –8:00 p.m.

Do you want to learn how to write poetry or to improve yours skills as a poet? This program will help you to gather your ideas and turn them

  Don Clavin’s Tax Information Forum:
Safeguarding Your Finances  

 Friday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m.
Learn  how you can lower your tax bill by taking advantage of tax exemptions and assessment challenges.This workshop also offers information on identity theft and your investment protection options.
Registration is not required.

 Arts & Crafts

Decoupage a Spring Flower Vase
Saturday, May 9 at 2:00 p.m.

What is decoupage? It means “painting with paper.” This program enables the participants to use glue, magazines, andorigami/tissue papers to decoupage a spring glass vase. The finished projects are always amazingly unique toeach person doing the craft.
Materials fee: $5.00.
Limited class size.
Registration begins on Thursday, April 16.

 Wildflower Necklace

Wednesday, May 14 at 3:00 p.m.
Join Shirley Ruby and learn how to create this beautiful springtime necklace. Artwork for your neck, work with real flowers and a glass and silver pendant, then learn how to twist and loop wire to create a stunning piece of jewelry. Chain is included.

Materials fee: $5.00. Limited class size.
Registration begins on Tuesday, May 5.

 Spring Cleaning: Clearing the Clutter

Wednesday, May 20 at 1:30 p.m.
This workshop provides simple yet powerful hints to help you get control of the clutter and paper that is taking over our lives and kitchen counters! It includes suggestions to reduce the stress-inducing chaos at home and office. It helps you to efficiently manage your possessions, space and time.
Registration begins on Tuesday, May 12.


Plants from Seed Workshop

Saturday, May 2 at 2:00 p.m.
Registration begins on
Wednesday, April 15.

This workshop provides instructions for seed germination indoors/outdoors, transplanting seedlings into the garden, and after care. Participants will take home a planted flat of seed for 72 plants, with mini greenhouse. All materials are supplied: sterilized potting mix, flats, cell packs, and labels. Participants’ choice of seeds include annual seeds for a cutting garden, biennials, vegetables, with perennials for permanent garden plants.
Materials fee: $5.00.
Limited class size.


Herbs: Their Culture, Harvest & Use

Wednesday, June 24 at 2:00 p.m.
Registration begins on
Tuesday, June 9.
the pleasure of using herbs you’ve grown yourself. Lucille Forgione Hoell, Master Gardener, will teach you how to grow, when to harvest, and how to use them in cooking.

 Tea-Tasting Workshop


Friday, May 29 at 11:00 a.m.
Learn about a variety of teas and their usage including history, unique characteristics, potential health 
benefits and more! Tea Sampling and demo is included. Join Scarlett Morrongiello who is a fourth-generation tea master born in Anhui, China, where tea is a way of life.

Registration begins on Tuesday, April 21.


  Oral History Project

 “Come & Tell Your Story”

We invite you to be part of our history project. The Library is organizing video recording sessions by appointment.  Your stories will be part of an ongoing Oral History Project. Contribute your pictures too and help document the great community of Uniondale. (All pictures will be returned).If you are interested in participating or have any questions, contact Chris Marra, Outreach Librarian at 489-2220 ext. 222.

     Nooks are Here!


The Library has begun to circulate Nook e-readers with preloaded titles
Fiction titles include:

The Target by David Baldacci
Natchez Burning by Greg Iles

The Son by Jo Nesbo
Unlucky 13 by James Patterson
Field of Prey by John Sandford

Ladies' Night by Mary Kay Andrews
The Hit by David Baldacci
World War Z by Max Brooks
Inferno by Dan Brown
Beauty from Surrender by Georgia Cates
Entwined with You by Sylvia Day
The Kill Room by Jeffrey Deaver
And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled
Good House by Ann Leary
Game of Thrones by George R. Martin
12th of Never by James Patterson
Silken Prey by John Sanford
Maine by Courtney J. Sullivan
Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns by Lauren Weisberger

NonFiction titles Include:
The Closer by Mariano Rivera 

Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander
The Unwinding by George Packer
Eleven Rings by Phil Jackson
American Sniper by Chris Kyle
Let's Explore Diabete with Owls by David Sedaris
Keep it Pithy by Bill O'Reilly

(English for Speakers of Other Languages)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
10:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
Helps Non-English speakers improve their English.
Registration Dates: September 22 & 23
Registration for this class requires completing an
application and taking an evaluation test.

New registration fees: $65 for GED and $55 for ESOL classes. (Material fees & textbooks not included.) Money order ONLY  payable to  NASSAU, BOCES. Classes are held for Adults 21 years and older.  Sponsored by Nassau, BOCES.


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