July - Northport-East Northport Public Library



July - Northport-East Northport Public Library
Be Creative
Reading Club
June 22 to August 7
10 am to 8 pm
@ Your Library
June 27 to August 8
10 am to 4 pm
Children (preschool through grade 6) may join the Summer Reading Club anytime
throughout the summer at either the East Northport or Northport Library building, or online at
www.nenpl.org. Throughout the summer, children may report on books they have read and
receive stickers and prizes. Children’s programs are for Northport-East Northport residents. You will need to show your
Northport-East Northport Library card at the door to attend all programs that do not require
Read to
Your Baby!
Summer Storycraft
Wii Play @ the Library
(N) Monday, July 20, 3:30 p.m.
Children entering grades 3-6
Learn to play Wii games and have tournaments on the
big screen with help from our teen volunteers. (60 min.)
Registration begins July 7 at either building or online. (NENJ119)
Build early learning skills with
your baby or toddler while
having fun. By sharing books
with your children you show them
reading is important and you are
actually helping them get ready
(N) Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 p.m. or 3:15 p.m.
to read. Children’s learning
Children entering grades K-2
starts at home and you are your
Decorate a three-feet high cutout of yourself and give
child’s first and best teacher.
it lots of personality! (45 min.) Registration begins July 7 at
We encourage you to introduce
either library building or online. (NENJ120)
your baby or toddler to the magic
and wonder of books. Our
Children’s Librarians will be
happy to provide you with
book suggestions.
(N) Wednesday, July 22, 10:00 a.m.
Come into the library
Children 9 months-3 years with adult; siblings welcome
beginning July 1 and
Parents will learn how and when to use signs to
receive a reading record
communicate with their child. Educator Linda Hees teaches
and bookmark to get you
parents and children through songs and fun activities.
started. Read 20 books
(60 min.) Registration begins July 7 at either library building
to your baby or toddler duror online. (NENJ121)
ing the month and show
your completed reading
record to a Children’s
(N) Thursday, July 23, 10:00 a.m.
Librarian between July 31 and
entering grades K-3 with adult; no siblings
August 7. Your child will then
by the Environmental Protection
receive a free book for their
introduces skin protective
collection as well as an
their parents. Each child registered will
adorable magnetic
sunscreen, and a bracelet that changes
photo frame.
color in the sun. This program is only for children entering grades K-3 who
are accompanied by an adult. (45 min.) Registration begins July 7 at either
library building or online. (NENJ129)
Crafty Kids—Look It’s Me!
Baby Sign Language
Sun Wise
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(EN) Thursday,
July 23, 3:00 p.m.
Children ages 3-11;
adults and siblings
Do you have any books in your home library that you no
longer want? Come in any time between 3:00-4:30 p.m. to trade
them in for pre-owned, new-to-you books at the Book Swap.
(90 min.) No registration required.
(N) Monday, July 27, 10:00 a.m.
Children ages 4-6; independent program
Assemble various types of puzzles and create
your own to take home while making new friends.
(45 min.) Registration begins July 14 at either library
building or online. (NENJ132)
My Grown Up and Me
Chess Club
(EN) Monday, July 27, 2:00 p.m.
Children ages 18 months-3 years
with adult; siblings welcome
Through a variety of fun activities, music
therapist Suzanne Willoughby demonstrates the
importance of music in child development. (45 min.)
Registration begins July 14 at either library building or
online. (NENJ133)
(N) Thursday, July 23, 7:00 p.m.
Children entering grades 3-6
Play challenging matches with other chess enthusiasts.
All skills are welcome, but a basic knowledge of the game is
needed. (45 min.) No registration required.
Grandma Prisbrey’s Bottle Houses
Newbery Club
(EN) Friday, July 24, 10:00 a.m.
Children entering grade 4-6
Being inside one of Grandma Prisbrey’s bottle
houses was like being inside a kaleidoscope.
Children will create a structure in the spirit of this
unusual folk artist by using recycled materials and
guidance from Children’s Librarian Diana Gavagan.
(60 min.) Registration begins July 7 at either library
building or online. (NENJ125)
(EN) Monday, July 20, 10:00 a.m.
Children ages 4-5; independent program
Hear some great fun-in-the-sun stories
and create a beachcomber craft. (30 min.)
Registration begins July 7 at either library
building or online. (NENJ118)
Our newest
Summer Reading Club
for babies and toddlers
(birth to 36 months)
Book Swap
(N) Monday, July 27, 7:00 p.m.
Children entering grades 4 and up; adults welcome
Be the first to read books published this year.
Join Children’s Librarian Doris Gebel to discuss the book
that you think should win the coveted Newbery Medal
in this ongoing book club. New members are always
welcome. (90 min.) No registration required.
Closet Monster
Pajama Storytime
(N) Tuesday, July 28, 2:00 p.m.
Children entering grades 1-3
With help from art teacher Doris
Benter children will use model magic
and other materials to create a miniature
three-dimensional closet to hide their own secret
monster. (60 min.) Registration begins July 14 at either
library building or online. (NENJ135)
(N) Friday, July 24, 7:00 p.m.
Children with an adult
Children may wear their PJs and bring their teddy bears to
listen to some great stories. (30 min.) No registration required.
Family Storytime
(EN) Saturday, July 25, 10:00 a.m.
Children ages 1-5 with adult; siblings welcome
Listen to stories, sing songs, and use rhythm
instruments with your family and Children’s Librarian
Pat O’Mahoney. (30 min.) Registration begins July 7 at
either library building or online. (NENJ127)
@ the Movies:
Horton Hears
a Who!
(N) Saturday, July 25,
2:00 p.m.
Suggested for children
ages 4 and up; adults and
siblings welcome
Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, and Carol Burnett lend
their vocal talents to the animated feature film based
upon the Dr. Seuss classic story. Rated G. (90 min.)
No registration required.
(EN) Wednesday, July 29, 3:00 p.m.
Children ages 4 and up; adults and siblings welcome
Get creative in a room full of exciting craft projects.
(60 min.) No registration required.
(EN) Thursday, July 30, 10:00 a.m.
Children birth-2 years with adult; siblings welcome
Sing, play instruments, and dance to music from
around the world with Nicole Sparling. (45 min.)
Registration begins July 14 at either library building
or online. (NENJ138)
Sea, Sand, and Song
(N) Friday, July 31, 7:00 p.m.
Children birth-5 years with adult; siblings welcome
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the beach with
songs of summer and music educator Dara Linthwaite.
(40 min.) Registration begins July 14 at either library
building or online. (NENJ140)
July 6—Be Creative @ Your Library Puppet
July 13—Musical Panpipes
July 20—Ocean Orca
July 27—Feathered Friends
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(N) Friday, July 24, 1:30 p.m.
Based on the short story by
F. Scott Fitzgerald, this is the tale
of a man who ages backwards.
Rated PG-13. 165 min.
Registration begins for
Kaplan SAT/ACT Combo
Practice Test & Scoring Seminar
Be Creative @ Your Library Puppet Take
Home Craft available
Registration begins for Astronomy A to Z
on 7/22 and Mambo Loco on 7/29
*Family Storytime (N) 10 am
Musical Panpipes Take
Home Craft available
*AARP Driver Safety Program
(N) 9:30 am
Library Closed
Registration begins for
Resume Development
on 7/28
Registration begins for Children’s
Programs from July 27-Aug. 12
*Hands-on Adobe Photoshop
(EN) 7 pm
Registration begins for
How To Find a Job on 7/8
and The Precisions on 7/14
Applications available for
Defensive Driving on 7/28 & 7/29
Blood Pressure Check
(N) 9:30-10:30 am (EN) 11 am-12 noon
Registration begins for
Hands-on Adobe
Photoshop on 7/14
*Wing-It Wednesday Crafts (N) 10 am
Board Game Afternoon
(EN) 1-3 pm
*Vampire Cupcakes for Teens
(N) 3:30 pm
Chess Club (N) 7 pm
*Kids Rock 2 Spanish (N) 10 am
*Babysitting Workshop (N) 1 pm
*Books Taste Good (EN) 3 pm
*How To Find a Job (EN) 7 pm
Northport Arts Coalition presents
Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja
(N) 7 pm
*Art Starts (N) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Wing-It Wednesday
(EN) 2:45 pm
Wing-It Wednesday Crafts
(EN) 3 pm
*Teen Summer Spa Day
(N) 3 pm
Registration begins for
Computer Third Grade
on 7/23
*Eating Your Words in Color
(EN) 10 am
*Book Buddies (EN) 11 am
*Decoupage Notebook
(EN) 1 pm
Movie: Bride Wars (N) 1:30 pm
*It’s in the Bag: Paperbag
Scrapbook for Teens (EN) 3 pm
*Creating Balloon Animals
(EN) 3 pm
*Sing a Song of
Libraries (N) 10 am
Library Board of Trustees
Meeting (N)
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Summer Salon for Kidz (N) 3 pm
*Summer Salon Day
(N) 3:30 pm
*So You Want to be a Storyteller
(N) 10 am
Registration begins for
Teen Summer Programs from
July 28-August 19
*My Grown Up and Me
(EN) 2 pm
Registration begins for
I Left My Heart: A Salute to the
Music of Tony Bennett on 8/19
Saturday Afternoon @ the
Movies: Bolt (N) 2 pm
*Write a Play! (EN) 7 pm
Registration begins for Children’s
Programs from Aug. 3-8
*Baby Sign Language
(N) 10 am
*Sun Wise (N) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Crafty Teens (N) 1:30 pm
*Plump Your Pillow (EN) 3 pm
*Crafty Kids: Look It’s Me!
(N) 2 pm & 3:15 pm
Book Bucks Prize Giveaway for
Teens (EN) 4:30-5:30 pm
Chess Club (N) 7 pm
Pajama Storytime (N) 7 pm
*Write a Play! (EN) 7 pm
Animals and the Law
(N) 7 pm
*Astronomy A to Z (N) 7 pm
*Summer Fruit Smoothies I for
Teens (EN) 7 pm
Do-ing Music presents Latin
Percussionists (N) 7:30 pm
*Closet Monster
(N) 2 pm
*My Grown Up and Me
(EN) 2 pm
N = Northport Library
EN = East Northport Library
Italic type indicates Children’s Programs.
Registration begins for
Children’s Programs
from Aug. 12-15
*Chocolate Treats for Teens
(EN) 3:30 pm
*Defensive Driving (EN) 7 pm
Resume Development (N) 7 pm
*Computer Third Grade
(EN) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Book Swap Volunteers
(EN) 2:45 pm
Book Swap (EN) 3 pm
*Frogs, Bugs, and
Animals (N) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Wing-It Wednesday
(EN) 2:45 pm
*Wing-It Wednesday Crafts
(EN) 3 pm
*Herbal Paper Making for Teens
(EN) 7 pm
*Mambo Loco (N) 7:30 pm
*Grandma Prisbrey’s Bottle
Houses (EN) 10 am
*Kaplan SAT-ACT Combo
Practice Test & Scoring Seminar
(N) 9 am
Movie: The Curious Case of
Benjamin Button (N) 1:30 pm
*Babies Boogie (EN) 10 am
*Traveling Science Museum
(N) 2 pm
*Defensive Driving (EN) 7 pm
*All About eBay
(N) 7 pm
*Pre-registration or tickets required for this program.
Registration for Children’s Programs is limited to Northport-East Northport Public Library cardholders.
Preference is given to Northport-East Northport Public Library cardholders for Adult and Teen programs.
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Saturday Afternooon @ the
Movies: The Tale of Despereaux
(N) 2 pm
*Write a Play! (EN) 7 pm
Feathered Friends Take
Home Craft available
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Reading Buddies I (EN) 10:30 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Wii Got Game (N) 3:15 pm
Independence Day —
Library Closed
*Magic Workshop (EN) 3 pm
*Computer Second Grade
(N) 7 pm
Ocean Orca Take
Home Craft available
Registration begins for
Computer Second Grade on
*Open for Discussion:
Archer’s Quest (N) 7:30 pm
*Family Fun Time (EN) 10 am
*You Are Michelangelo
(N) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Wing-It Wednesday (N) 9:45 am
*The Precisions (N) 7:30 pm
*Outdoor Mosaic Stepping Stone
for Teens (EN) 7 pm
*Write a Play! (EN) 7 pm
Newbery Club (N) 7 pm
Maxwell Aftel
*Crafty Kids: Wearable Art
(N) 2 & 3:15 pm
*Crafty Kids: Calder Mobile
(N) 2 pm & 3:15 pm
*Puzzlemania (N) 10 am
Library Closed
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Crafty Teens (N) 1:30 pm
*Masks for Teens (EN) 3:30 pm
*Wii Play @ the Library
(N) 3:30 pm
*Creative Movement
(EN) 10 am
*Teen Volunteer Opportunity:
Crafty Teens (N) 1:30 pm
*Summer Storycraft (EN) 10 am
Library Closed
Registration begins for
Children’s Programs
from July 20-25
*Picture Book Art:
The Day the Babies Crawled
Away (EN) 10 am
*Creative Playgound Games
(N) 7 pm
Pajama Storytime (EN) 7 pm
*Write a Play! (EN) 7 pm
*Wii Night for Teens (N) 7 pm
A Note About Program Attendance:
Our goal is to maximize attendance and thereby offer as many NorthportEast Northport children as possible the opportunity to enjoy Library programs. We request that you arrive ten minutes before the beginning of a program.
If you have not arrived by the start time of the program, your child’s place may
be given to someone waiting. If you call to tell us that you will be late, your
place will be held.
Online registration has eliminated waiting lists. Those registered for a
program will be seated first. All others will be seated as space permits.
The Curious Case of
Benjamin Button
*DIY Lamps for Teens (N) 7 pm
Stop by the Library
and pick up the July bookmark by Maxwell Aftel.
A reading list, compiled by
our Children’s Librarians,
is on the back.
Craft packets to make and enjoy at home will be available
at both library buildings on the following dates:
(N) Friday, July 10, 1:30 p.m.
Kate Hudson and Anne
Hathaway play best friends who
both dream of the perfect June
wedding at New York’s famed
Plaza Hotel. Rated PG. 89 min.
Newbery Club Book Exchange (N) 4 pm
The Bookmark
Take Home Crafts
Bride Wars
*Introduction to Microsoft Windows XP
& Vista (EN) 10 am
(EN) Wednesday, August 12,
7:30 p.m.
Children entering grades 4-6 with
adult; no siblings
Children’s Librarian Lisa
Herskowitz will lead children and their parents
in a discussion of pictures of hollis woods, the
Newbery Honor book by Patricia Reilly Giff. After
finding the perfect home with Josie, an elderly but
forgetful artist, foster child Hollis Woods thinks she
has finally found a stable place to live until Social
Services decides that Josie may be better off in a
home. Participants will receive a copy of the book to
keep. (75 min.) Registration begins July 14 at either
building or online. (NENJ143)
(N) Thursday, July 30, 2:00 p.m.
Children entering grades K-5 with adult;
siblings welcome
With over 50 hands-on exhibits and
experiments, families will have fun investigating
science. (60 min.) Registration begins July 14 at
either library building or online. (NENJ139)
Friday Movies for Adults
Open for Discussion:
pictures of hollis
Traveling Science Museum
w science
be amazed at ho
synchronized to
such exciting en
and techno
10, 3:00 p.m.
Monday, August
10, 7:00 p.m.
Monday, August
11, 11:00 a.m
Tuesday, August
11, Tuesday, August
(EN) Saturday, August 1, 2:00 p.m.
Suggested for ages 6 and up; adults and siblings welcome
Jack Black plays a clumsy panda who dreams
of joining the world of martial arts in this animated
feature film from Dreamworks. (90 min.) No registration
Babies Boogie
Librahigh-tech extravaganza features da
Saturday Afternoon
@ the Movies: Kung Fu Panda
Wing-It Wednesday Crafts
ry Laser Spectacu zzling laser animations
(EN) Friday, July 31, 3:00 p.m.
Children entering grade 4
Kids will amaze themselves with the magic tricks
they learn to perform from Children’s Librarian and professional magician James Plath. (60 min.) Registration
begins July 14 at either building or online. (NENJ141)
(N) Wednesday, July 29, 10:00 a.m.
Children entering grades K-5;
adults and siblings welcome
Interact with small mammals, reptiles,
and insects with educators from the Green
Meadows Farm. (60 min.) Registration
begins July 14 at either building or online. (NENJ136)
four showtimes
Tickets to one of
children who ha
will be issued to
Reading Club re
Magic Workshop
Frogs, Bugs, and Animals
Grand Finale
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July 2009 • Northport-East Northport Public Library • July 2009
*Magic Workshop
(EN) 3 pm
*Sea, Sand, and Song
(N) 7 pm
*Family Storytime (EN) 10 am
Saturday Afternoon @ the
Movies: Horton Hears a Who!
(N) 2 pm
in the
Featured in July:
Return to
the Classics
The Northport-East Northport Public Library encourages all patrons
to participate in programs and activities. If you require any special
accommodations because of a disability, please let us know.
How To Find a Job
in the
(EN) Wednesday, July 8, 7:00 p.m.
Career specialist Robert Considine
will present valuable information on
the hidden job market, dealing
with employment agencies,
networking, and assessing your abilities and qualifications.
No registration required.
Resume Development
The Precisions
(N) Tuesday, July 14, 7:30 p.m.
Last summer’s courtyard concert was so memorable that
we’ve invited them back! Originally from the street corners of
Brooklyn, The Precisions hit the national record charts with their
1962 arrangement of George and Ira Gershwin’s “Someone to
Watch Over Me.” While under contract in the 1960s with Golden
Crest Records, The Precisions performed with top artists of the era
including Alan Freed, Murray the K, and the WABC “All Americans”
in appearances at the Brooklyn Fox, the New York Paramount, and
the legendary Apollo Theater. The group re-formed in 1996 with
members Phil Ferrito and Bob Falco (vocals), Al Frazia (bass &
vocals), Robbie Falco (drums), and Frankie Carr, former star of the
Broadway hit “Beatlemania.”
Registration begins July 1 at either library building or online.
In the event of rain, the concert will be held in the Library’s
Community Room. (NENA065)
(N) Wednesday, July 29, 7:30 p.m.
Do you like your music hot? Join us for
an evening of tasty mambos, cha-chas, and
jazzy charangas. Mambo Loco is a four-piece
Latin/Jazz group based on Long Island. Lead
vocalist and conga player Larry Belford has
performed with The Bad Street Boys, Grupo Fascinacion, Johnny
Pacheco, and Tito Puente. Bill Smith, on keyboard and vocals,
has performed with Monty Alexander, Blood Sweat & Tears, and
Dr. John. Puerto Rico native Alfredo Gonzalez on trombone, violin,
percussion and vocals, was a member of Orquesta Mulenze, and
performed in New York City with Manny Oquendo y Conjunto
Libre. Band leader Wayne Burgess, bass and vocals, has performed
with The Drifters, The Coasters, Johnny Martinez Orquesta, and
Billy Eckstine. Mambo Loco performs an impressive array of Latin
classics which originated in Puerto Rico and Cuba during the golden
age of the 1940s to the 1960s.
Registration begins July 6 at either library building or online.
In the event of rain, the concert will be held in the Library’s
Community Room. (NENA066)
and . . . coming next month:
I Left My Heart: A Salute
to the Music of Tony Bennett
(N) Wednesday, August 19, 7:30 p.m.
Take a walk down memory lane with Plaza Theatrical’s musical
tribute to the man Sinatra called “the greatest singer in the world.”
Registration begins July 18 at either library building or online.
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(N) Tuesday, July 28, 7:00 p.m.
Mr. Considine will discuss action resumes that
develop your accomplishments, surviving the 30second scan, and cover letters. You may bring your
resume to be reviewed. No registration required.
Animals and the Law
(N) Tuesday, July 21, 7:00 p.m.
Are you an animal lover? Don’t
miss this opportunity to educate
yourself on various legal issues
related to pet ownership. Find out
how to identify and report animal
cruelty, how to plan for your pet’s care in the event of
your death, how to deal with veterinary malpractice, and
a variety of other pet-related topics. This informative
program will be presented by a member of the Animal
Law Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association.
No registration required.
Astronomy A to Z
(N) Wednesday, July 22, 7:00 p.m.
The universe is at your fingertips
when astrophysicist Kevin Manning presents
his fun and educational multimedia program.
Learn about the size and scale of the
universe, the stars, and other celestial
wonders. Weather permitting, a powerful
telescope will be set up in the Library
Courtyard for viewing the night sky. Register
beginning July 6 at either library building or online. (NEN069)
The Intrepid
Sea, Air & Space Museum
Monday, September 14, 2009
Departure: 9:00 a.m. from the William J. Brosnan building parking lot (across from Northport Library)
Return: 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $82 per person (checks only, non-refundable,
payable to Northport-East Northport Public Library)
Itinerary: Join us for a guided tour of the newly
renovated Intrepid. Spanning four city blocks, this
historic attraction is enhanced by spectacular
interactive exhibits. We will enjoy lunch at the
Bossa Nova Restaurant and take an afternoon
stroll on the esplanade of Battery Park City.
Registration: Register in person beginning Saturday,
August 1, 9:00 a.m. at the Northport Library.
Ticket limit: 2 per patron on first day of sale.
N-EN Library card required. (NENA067)
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Library Board Appoints New Director
Do-ing Music presents
Latin Percussionists
The Board of Trustees of the
Northport-East Northport Public Library
is pleased to announce the appointment
of Eileen Minogue as Library Director,
effective August 1.
Mrs. Minogue’s library career began
at the Queens Borough Public Library
where she began as a Page and eventually
became a Young Adult Librarian. In 1976
she joined the staff of the Northport-East
Northport Public Library as a Young Adult
and Audio-Visual Librarian. She was
appointed East Northport Branch Librarian
in 1980 and Assistant Director of the Library
in 1981. She has served in that capacity until now.
In addition to taking an active role in the construction
and renovation of two library buildings, Mrs. Minogue
administered personnel and human resources to the
(N) Friday, July 24, 7:30 p.m.
The Northport Arts Coalition, in
cooperation with the Library, presents an
exhilarating and unique Latin percussion concert featuring Andrea Pryor de Manrique and Ingrid Gordon. Credits
for these dynamic performers include The Lion King on
Broadway, and Casa de las Trova in Santiago de Cuba.
This unique program will include Rumba Clave by
Roberto Vizcaino (Cuba) and Clash Music by Nicolaus
Huber (Germany) among others. A meet-the-artists
reception will follow. No registration required.
Northport Arts Coalition presents
Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja
(N) Wednesday, July 8, 7:00 p.m.
Margarita Espada and her daughter Mariana Lima
of Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja will present “Broken
Identities,” a physical theater performance that explores
issues of borders and identities within our community.
Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja, the first Latino theater
company on Long Island, uses the arts to promote social
change. No registration required.
Hands-on Adobe
(EN) Tuesday, July 14, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Register July 2 at either library building
or online.
In this hands-on class, you will
learn how to alter images including sizing, shaping,
and coloring. For intermediate and advanced computer users. Class size is limited. (NENC048)
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Express Yourself @ Your Library this summer by participating
in our Teen Summer Reading Program from June 20 to August 12.
Students entering grades 6-12 are invited to come to the Library and read
for prizes as well as take part in special programs
offered throughout the summer. Earn one Book
Buck for every age-appropriate book that you
In-person registration for the following programs
read. Come to the Teen Centers in either building
is now underway. Visit the Teen Centers in both
to obtain your “Read and Rate Forms,” and start
library buildings for additional program information.
collecting your Book Bucks. Or, if you prefer, submit your
reviews online by going to the Teen Services webpage
Vampire Cupcakes
at www.nenpl.org/teens. Your Book Bucks will be held
(N) Wednesday, July 1, 3:30-4:30 p.m. (NENY051)
at the Reference Desk and will be redeemable for great
prizes on two different Prize Giveaway dates:
DI Y Lamps
(N) Monday, July 6, 7:00-8:30 p.m. (NENY052)
(EN) Wednesday, July 22, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
(EN) Thursday, August 13, 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Babysitting Workshop
Computer Second Grade
(N) Thursday, July 16, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Register July 3 at either library building or online.
Learn how to create spreadsheets and workbooks,
input and edit data, use formulas and functions, and
work with columns and rows. (NENC005)
Computer Third Grade
(EN) Thursday, July 23, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
Register July 9 at either library building or online.
This workshop covers multitasking, working
with graphics, and using drawing and painting tools.
All About eBay
(N) Thursday, July 30, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Learn how to use the world’s most popular
online auction site. Topics will include creating a user
name and password, maneuvering through the site,
posting items to sell, finding feedback on sellers and
buyers, and more. No registration required.
(N) Wednesday, July 8, 1:00-4:00 p.m. (NENY006)
It’s in the Bag: Paperbag Scrapbook
Introducing Online Program Registration
for the following program:
(EN) Thursday, July 9, 3:00-4:30 p.m. (NENY053)
Kaplan SAT-ACT Combo
Practice Test & Scoring Seminar
(EN) Monday, July 13, 3:30-5:00 p.m. (NENY054)
Teen Summer Spa Day
For students entering grades 9-12
(N) Saturday, July 25, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
(N) Thursday, August 6, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
This practice test is 3.5 hours long and contains
representative sections from both exams. Students
receive feedback that compares their performance
on each of the test sections of the two exams.
This is a perfect opportunity to experience both
tests. Kaplan representatives will hold a seminar on
August 6 to explain test results of the SAT/ACT
combo practice test. Students will receive a comprehensive analysis of their individual performance on
the exam. It is strongly recommended that you attend
both sessions. (NENY063)
(N) Wednesday, July 15, 3:00-4:30 p.m. (NENY055)
Wii Night for Teens
(N) Monday, July 20, 7:00-8:00 p.m. (NENY056)
Plump Your Pillow
(EN) Wednesday, July 22, 3:00-4:00 p.m. (NENY016)
Summer Fruit Smoothies I
(EN) Thursday, July 23, 7:00-8:00 p.m. (NENY057)
Outdoor Mosaic Stepping Stone
(EN) Monday, July 27, 7:00-8:30 p.m. (NENY058)
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Elizabeth McGrail, Vice Chairperson
Ruth McKay
Andrea Gladding
Patricia Flynn
JULY 2009
LIBRARY DIRECTOR: Stephanie Heineman
July 2009
The Newsletter of the Northport-East Northport Public Library
EDITOR: MaryEllen Moll
©2009 All rights reserved.
May not be reproduced without permission.
9 to 9 Monday thru Friday
9 to 5 Saturday
Northport Gallery Exhibit:
Photography & Pastels by Kathleen Ferrara
Kathleen Ferrara has been a professional portrait
artist for 15 years and her work is in private collections worldwide.
staff, coordinated collection development, oversaw the collection budget and
expenditures, and assisted the Director in
running a Library that serves a community
of more than 36,000 residents.
“I am looking forward to carrying
on the ‘tradition of excellence’ that
retiring Director Stephanie Heineman has
forged,” said Mrs. Minogue. “My love
for this community deepens with each
passing year, and its welfare remains my
highest priority. I will strive to ensure that
the community’s concerns and needs are
recognized and addressed in the most
responsive and effective manner.”
The Board of Trustees and staff look forward to
working with Eileen Minogue in her new position as
Library Director.
151 Laurel Avenue
Northport, NY 11768
Registration for the following programs begins Saturday, July 18, 9:00 a.m. at the East Northport
Library or online at www.nenpl.org. Follow the links to Program Registration.
You will need your Teen Library card and password to register online.
Chocolate Treats
Mosaic Picture Frame
Herbal Paper Making
Summer Book Chat
and Chow
(EN) Tuesday, July 28, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Create and enjoy eating delicious, hand-dipped
chocolate treats. (NENY064)
(EN) Wednesday, July 29, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Learn how to make herbal paper from
recycled paper, herbs and flowers, all made
with ingredients from herb farms around
Long Island. (NENY065)
Video Killed the Radio Star:
The History of Music Videos
(N) Monday, August 3, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Author and media specialist Clive Young is back
with a fast-paced multimedia presentation that traces
the development of music videos from movie shorts of
yesteryear to today’s big budget music clips. (NENY066)
Mangia: Paninis &
Italian Soda
(N) Tuesday, August 4, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Join Chef Jo-Ann Tiranno and learn how to
make a classic Italian grilled sandwich and then
mix up delicious Italian sodas for the perfect
alfresco delight. (NENY067)
John W. Engeman Theater Tour
Wednesday, August 5, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Join us at the Engeman Theater in Northport Village
for a behind-the-scenes tour of this historic theater.
Learn about where Broadway meets Main Street and
find out what it takes to run the only year-round Equity
theater on Long Island. (NENY068)
(EN) Thursday, August 6, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Recycle old music CDs by breaking them into
pieces and making a cool, eco-friendly picture frame.
(EN) Monday, August 10,
7:00-8:00 p.m.
Join Mrs. Reeder and
Ms. Vagner for snacks and a
discussion of On the Wings of
Heroes by Richard Peck.
Mr. Peck, a Newbery award recipient, will be visiting middle school
students at our Library in October. The book is a coming
of age story about a boy growing up during World War II.
It is a story that will have you laughing one minute and
tearing up the next. Even with the historical setting, it is a
story that teens can relate to today. The first ten registrants
will receive a paperback copy of the book. (NENY070)
Printmaking Workshop
(EN) Tuesday, August 11, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Artist Michael Krasowitz explains the basics of
printmaking and teens will make a printing plate using a
foam panel to create at least one finished piece. (NENY071)
Summer Fruit Smoothies II
(EN) Thursday, August 13, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Using fresh fruit and a blender, you’ll sample
delicious and nutritious smoothies. (NENY072)
Study Smarts
(N) Wednesday, August 19, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Meet the school year with confidence. An experienced classroom teacher will prepare you to take
notes, read for detail, and study for tests. (NENY073)
Vacation at Your Library.
Inside this issue:
More Summer Reading Club Fun 2
Read to Your Baby
The Precisions Doo-Wop Concert 6
Mambo Loco Courtyard Concert 6
Animals and the Law
Computer Programs
Library Appoints New Director 8
Teen Summer Programs
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