Thursday, July 12 - 2:00 and 6:00 pm - We are showing The Great Gatsby with Robert Redford and Mia Farrow in the Community Room, first come-first seated.
Gatsby's Long Island
Monday, July 30 - 7:00 pm - Monica Randall, Gold Coast historian and author of Mansions of Long Island's Gold Coast, will be here to offer a lecture and slide presentation based on The Great Gatsby. Glimpse some rare photos of the sprawling castle that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to write the book; a short discussion of the book and the evening's program will follow.
We have many book copies of The Great Gatsby at the library, a copy on audio (CD), and it is available for download to your device via Nassau Digital Doorway.
Professor Edward Hom is back to help you learn how to keep your phones, tablets, computers, and other electronic gadgets working during an emergency like a hurricane, other major storm, or simply when the power goes out.
Don’t be left in the dark this hurricane season,
6:30 - 8:30 pm
This is a FREE program, walk-ins will be accepted. Call 922-1212 for more info...
Last Fall’s seminar was a success! Due to popular demand, we are doing it again.
All drugs are toxins, upset the delicate internal
environment of the body, and most are not even effective! Would you take pharmaceuticals long term if
you could get better and safer results from non-toxic, inexpensive natural
remedies, some of which you probably already have in your kitchen? Did you know that there are a host of studies
that indicate that exercise works better than drugs?
Nature abounds with health giving chemicals found in plants,
including food. Learn about natural
functional foods, the medicinal and culinary herbs, vitamins, minerals, and
phytochemicals that have the ability to heal and prevent illness without
dangerous side effects. You will learn
about topical treatments for healthy skin, hair and nails in this informative
Remember, however that the term natural can be misleading
and even some foods can be toxic in excess.
Learn to recognize the difference between “natural” and “safe and
Bring your questions and a notepad to this seminar!
Kim DeSantis, lifelong Oyster Bay resident and yoga instructor, is back by popular demand to present another awesome series of beginner’s yoga classes. Relieve some stress, get in shape, and make some new friends.
Registration for the next 4-class series of Yoga for Beginners has begun. We are offering two classes again...a 10:20 am class (which is filling up quickly) and an 11:30 am class. To register, come to the Reference Desk, sign up and pay $20.00/per student. OB-EN residents have priority for two weeks...non-residents may register starting February 25.
If you want to do yoga at the library... you must register first! Spots are going fast! :)