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  1. Register for Make a Cornucopia Centerpiece on 11/17
    Time : 9:00 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Gardener Lucille Hoell will show you how to make a beautiful cornucopia centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table using fresh materials, including broad-leaf evergreens, fall-colored leaves, dried grasses, wheat, naturally dried flower seed heads and a variety of fresh fall flowers. It would also make a wonderful hostess gift. There is a $10 fee payable at registration, beginning Nov. 3 for South Huntington cardholders; all others register Nov. 10. Enrollment is limited.
  2. Register for Emoji Mason Jars on 11/17
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : Personalize your own emoji mason jar, show your creativity drawing and painting your favorite emoji. Register November 3.
  3. Register for Lego Club on 11/12
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Come in to the library and spend some time building with our Legos. Everyone will get the chance to build something based on the month's theme. Participants will have their creations displayed in the library for two weeks. Register November 3.
  4. Register for Lego Club on 11/27
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Come in to the library and spend some time building with our Legos. Everyone will get the chance to build something based on the month's theme. Participants will have their creations displayed in the library for two weeks. Register November 3.
  5. Register for YA Volunteer Opportunity: Barking Biscuits on 11/10
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : Receive community service hours and contribute to our local shelters by creating healthy home-made treats for dogs! Not recommended for those with peanut allergies. For those in grades 6-12. Register November 3.
  6. Tai Chi for Health
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Instructor Rosanne Pawluk will teach you this simple form, based on Sun style Tai Chi, which features agile steps and exercises that may improve mobility, breathing and relaxation. There is a $32 fee for this 8-session class, payable at registration, which begins Oct. 6 for South Huntington cardholders; all others Oct. 13.
  7. Picture Book Time
    Time : 10:00 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Listening to stories is one of the first steps in eventually learning to read. This story time allows children and their caregivers to gradually separate at their own pace. Register September 8.
  8. Mother Goose Rhymetime Drop-in
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes and fingerplays for children ages birth to 35 months with parent/caregiver. Siblings welcome. Drop-in.
  9. Thursday Yoga
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Instructor Augusta Berner will lead a yoga routine that will strengthen and tone your body and calm your mind. There is a $32 fee payable at registration beginning Oct. 6 for South Huntington cardholders; others Oct. 13.
  10. Thursday Knitting Group
    Time : 1:30 PM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Meet other knitters in the community. Bring your latest project and knit with others. Experienced knitters can help you learn something new or work with you to fix a mistake. The group gathers in the Meeting Room on the Lower Level.
  11. North Shore Civil War Roundtable
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Theater
    Details : Professor Michael D'Innocenzo will present "Capitulation to Racism," in which he will discuss the failure of Reconstruction post Civil War and how a nation moving in the direction of its celebrated democratic principles was moved towards and ultimately capitulated to racism. When Professor D'innocenzo began studying the Civil War over 50 years ago, Andrew Johnson was considered a hero and the ‘Radical Republicans" in Congress were labeled as dangerous "Jacobins." This talk will focus on how and why the nation did not follow the path of reconstruction and why the "radical" leadership initiatives failed as opponents of progress rallied against the former slaves' freedom and began to find means of eroding the gains for which many had shed their blood.
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