Winter Special Programs
Date to be Announced
Take a delightful winter tea tasting journey. Warm body and soul with different varieties and learn about the usage including history unique characteristics, potential health benefits, and more!
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.
Informational SeminarsSocial Security
Wednesday, March 4 at 12:30 p.m.
Learn how to maintain financial independence throughout your retirement. Understand the Social Security system and its benefits and other aspects of retirement planning.
Registration begins on Tuesday, February 17.
Reverse Mortgage for Seniors
Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m. Learn about reverse mortgage options and the different programs offered to the homeowner. Know how to enhance your financial situation during your retirement years by accessing the equity in your home.Although eligibility begins at the age of 62,all are welcome to the workshop.
Registration begins on Thursday, February 19.
Meet the Author: Lynda R. Day
Making a Way to Freedom: A History of African Americans on Long Island
Saturday, February 28 at 2:00 p.m.
Lynda R. Day, a Long Island resident, is a professor of Africana Studies at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and a curator of Black History at the African American Museum of Nassau County. Her book, Making a Way to Freedom, is considered the first comprehensive history of African Americans on Long Island covering the areas from Brooklyn to the East End. It also records the history of African slave trade in colonial days to the Civil Rights struggles of the 1960s and 1970s.
Sponsored by Friends of the Library.
Spanish Book Discussion
Club de Literatura en Espanol
Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Adulterio/Adultery by Paulo Coelho
A novel by the best-selling Brazilian author of The Alchemist explores the true meaning of love through an engaging and passionate love of a family’s woman’s efforts to rekindle a relationship with a successful politician who was once her high-school sweetheart.
Una novela por el escritor brasileño más vendido, El Alquimista explora el verdadero significado de cómo llevar una vida plena y feliz con un político de éxito y una mujer de casa que una vez fue su novio de la escuela.
Nooks are Here!
The Library has begun to circulate Nook e-readers with preloaded titlesFiction 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 AndrewsThe Hit by David BaldacciWorld War Z by Max BrooksInferno by Dan BrownBeauty from Surrender by Georgia CatesEntwined with You by Sylvia DayThe Kill Room by Jeffrey DeaverAnd the Mountains Echoed by Khaled HosseiniGood House by Ann LearyGame of Thrones by George R. Martin12th of Never by James PattersonSilken Prey by John SanfordMaine by Courtney J. SullivanRevenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns by Lauren WeisbergerNonFiction titles Include:
The Closer by Mariano Rivera Proof of Heaven by Eben AlexanderThe Unwinding by George PackerEleven Rings by Phil JacksonAmerican Sniper by Chris KyleLet's Explore Diabete with Owls by David SedarisKeep it Pithy by Bill O'ReillyESOL(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 & 23Registration 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.