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  1. 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 $47 fee for this 9-session class, payable at registration beginning Feb. 9 for South Huntington cardholders; others Feb. 16.
  2. 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 April 6.
  3. Moc Press Conference
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Theater
    Details : None
  4. 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 are welcome. Drop-in.
  5. Thursday Yoga
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Instructor Augusta Berner will lead you through a yoga routine that will strengthen your body and relax your mind. There is a $36 fee for this 9-session class, payable at registration beginning Feb. 9 for South Huntington cardholders; others Feb. 16.
  6. Moc Press Conference Lunch
    Time : 12:00 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : None
  7. Living Healthy with Diabetes
    Time : 6:00 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Do you have Diabetes? Are you unsure about how to best handle this ongoing health condition? Sign up for this 6-week workshop offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County. Discover new, practical ways to live better & healthier. Learn the tools to manage and take control of your health. The program is free but registration is required. South Huntington cardholders register beginning March 2, all others March 9.
  8. History of the Broadway Playbill
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Theater
    Details : The Broadway Playbill has been around for over a century and is easily recognizable by its cover which showcases the "Playbill" banner in yellow with black text and a visual representation of the particular theatre production filling the rest of the page. When a theatre patron arrives at a Broadway show, he or she is handed a copy before taking a seat. What is its importance? During this interactive presentation, we travel back in time in order to learn about the Playbill's history as well as what it can teach us about our history by thumbing through its pages. We will also touch upon the reasons why some choose to collect these memorable theater keepsakes. You will also find out about "stage dooring" and how you can see shows for less than $50. All welcome.
  9. Youth Leadership Program
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Every young person has the potential to become a good communicator and leader, but this potential needs to be developed. This program's unique eight-session, workshop-style design enables participants to overcome nervousness, organize and present ideas, listen to others' ideas and and constructively participate in group discussions! This program is sponsored by Toastmasters International. For those in grades 6-8. Space is limited. Registration begins March 9 for SHPL cardholders and March 16 for all others.
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