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  1. Tai Chi for Beginners
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Certified instructor Rosanne Pawluk will lead you in the classic Yang 24 Form practiced in the US and China. The gentle flowing movements of tai chi aim to increase balance, flexibility and relaxation, and improve overall mind, body and spirit. There is a $42 fee payable at registration beginning Dec. 5 for South Huntington cardholders; others Dec. 12.
  2. Stories and Things
    Time : 10:30 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Children (ages 2 to 3) and their accompanying grown-up participate in a program of music and movement, stories and a simple craft led by one of our children's librarians. Siblings are welcome. Registration begins January 2.
  3. Monday Yoga
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Instructor Augusta Berner will kick off your week with a yoga routine to strengthen the body and relax the mind. There is a $32 fee, payable at registration beginning Dec. 5 for South Huntington cardholders; others Dec. 12.
  4. Movie: Florence Foster Jenkins
    Time : 2:30 PM
    Location : Community Room
    Details : A wealthy New York heiress attempts to become an opera singer despite her horrible singing voice. Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant. PG-13, 110 mins.
  5. Cub Scout Pack 66
    Time : 6:30 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : None
  6. Homework Help at the South Huntington Public Library
    Time : 6:30 PM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : High School students will assist children in the community with their homework assignments in the YA Library. Parents/Caregivers must remain in the building during the program. Help is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
  7. Creative Writing
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : This 6-week workshop focuses on creatively writing about anything you want. Through group discussions and constructive critique, this workshop will help participants write the most powerful and effective stories their imaginations can come up with. We'll cover craft elements such as setting, character, voice, descriptiveness, and editing. In this supportive environment, participants can work on existing or new writings, a full novel, flash fiction, short essays or even a blog. The workshop is taught by New York Times bestselling author and award-winning journalist Robbie Woliver who also teaches writing and journalism at Farmingdale State College. There is a $20 fee. Registration begins Jan. 2 for South Huntington cardholders; others Jan. 9. Enrollment limited.
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