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  1. Register for Bus Trip: 9/11 Museum & Freedom Tower on 9/25
    Time : 9:00 AM
    Location : Other
    Details : We will take a guided tour of the National September 11 & Memorial Museum, a tribute to the victims and survivors of the World Trade center attacks and their loved ones. The museum features 110,000 square feet of exhibit space 70 feet below ground. Afterwards, there will be time on your own to enjoy lunch at Hudson Eats at Brookfield Place, an upscale dining terrace overlooking the Hudson River with 14 chef-driven eateries. Then we will meet for a visit to the Freedom Tower, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, where we will take in spectacular views of New York City and beyond. Please be aware that this trip will involve a lot of walking, so wear comfortable shoes. Tickets are $124 and include luxury motor coach transportation, admission to both venues, tour, escort and gratuity. Registration begins June 10 for South Huntington cardholders; others June 17. No refunds unless we can fill your seat from the waiting list.
  2. Zumba
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : It's bathing suit season! Get in shape while having fun with a Zumba routine led by instructor Lauren Singer. There is a $19 fee for this four-session class payable at registration beginning May 6 for South Huntington cardholders; others May 13.
  3. Did My Great Grandmother Have a Family? A Documents & DNA Case Study
    Time : 10:30 AM
    Location : Theater
    Details : Do you have a "floating" ancestor who cannot be attached to a larger family tree? This case study will demonstrate ways to break through that brick wall with problem-solving strategies utilizing records, oral history, photographs, DNA, mapping and cluster techniques. Co-sponsored with the Huntington Historical Society.
  4. Instrument Petting Zoo
    Time : 10:30 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Exposure to orchestral instruments is a fun, interactive way to build a lifelong interest in music. Created by The Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University, the Instrument Petting Zoo gives young children the chance to listen to and play real instruments from the orchestra. Registration begins June 3.
  5. Long Island Romance Writers
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : None
  6. Writers Workshop: Find Your Game Face
    Time : 2:00 PM
    Location : Community Room
    Details : Author Damon Suede is back! This hands-on workshop on presence and platform will teach you how to identify a personal archetype to embody your brand and launch your projects in the genre marketplace. In this session you'll learn to: Evoke story patterns that protect and project your professionalism; harness the power of personal goals and a public platform, on- and offline; tailor your message to open doors and attract the right kind of attention; and cultivate a healthy A-gang to minimize headaches and boost promo. A strategic authorial presence can be a game changer for your career. This class will show you how to groom and broadcast your unique appeal, so you become your own best advertisement.
  7. Lego Club
    Time : 3:00 PM
    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. Register June 2.
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