Beach and Backyard Reads 2020 July Edition

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Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Picture the spooky Victorian mansion where a Bronte heroine or a Sarah Waters character used to live, and transport it to a remote mountainside in Mexico in 1950, and you have Mexican Gothic.The Guest List by Lucy Foley”Evoking the great Agatha Christie classics “And Then There Were None” and “Murder on […]

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Virtual Book Talks

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Virtual Author EventThe Third Daughter by Talia CarnerTuesday, July 7 at 4:00 pm Discover the novel The Third Daughter, part historical fiction part thriller is the story of one of Tevye’s daughters as the family flees a pogrom. They meet this mysterious, shady man, who lures the daughter from Russia to Argentina with a false promise […]

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Imagine That Art Education

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LIVE ZOOM VIDEO CHAT ART WORKSHOPSPAINTING – COLOR MY WORLDJuly 15, 6:30-7:30 pmDirected by Author-Artist Joyce RaimondoOffered by The Hampton Bays Public LibraryLIVE ZOOM VIDEOCHAT ART WORKSHOPS for adults, teens welcome too! Painting is all about color. In this workshop, we will explore the basics of color mixing. In one hour – learn the “science” of […]

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Primary Day

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 is Primary Day

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June 23 is the New York State Democratic Presidential Primary as well as the primary for other elected seats. The New York Republican Presidential Primary was cancelled on 3/3/20. Due to COVID-19, all voters eligible to vote in a primary will receive a postage paid application in the mail to vote absentee. Early voting is […]

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Join Us for a Concert by Alexander Wu

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“Favorite Music with Friends”Friday, June 12 at 7pmA Facebook Live Streaming event. Click here to join this event!Alex Wu is a renowned pianist known for performing a wide range of music from classical to jazz.  “Alex Wu understands the arts and how live musical performance fits into that… He’s got a natural way of approaching audiences […]

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June is LGBTQ Pride Month

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Check out Live-brary for their list of ebooks and audiobooks.Some titles to consider (all of which are available for download via Live-brary on our website). Call Me by Your Name by Aciman Good Boy by Boylan Rubyfruit Jungle by Brown Fun Home by Blechdel Tomorrow Will be Different by McBride How to Survive a Plague […]

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Recommended Antiracism Reads Available for Download

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There is a newly curated list of ebooks and audiobooks of recommended antiracism reads available for download in Live-brary. Click here to go directly to the collection.Please note:Many of the most popular titles, like Stamped, by Jason Reynolds, are heavily waitlisted. Efforts are being made to obtain extra copies to reduce the waitlists.Me and White Supremacy, […]

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The History of Route 25

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Route 25 stretches from the very eastern part of Manhattan all the way to the Orient Point Ferry Terminal. Along the way this thoroughfare has different names (Northern Boulevard, Main Street and Queens Boulevard to name a few).  In this fascinating program, our local guide will explore the historic past of Route 25 and its […]

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Check Out These Helpful Links for Job Opportunities

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Job OpportunitiesSuffolk County NY Forward is the new name of the county’s job listing service. Click here to see job opportunities. You can search by job type and location.The following listing services have all recently posted jobs on or near the North Fork: ​www.newyorkjobdepartment.com www.get-me-jobs.com www.us.jobrapido.com www.everyjobforme.com www.jobcase.comContact jessica@southoldlibrary.org if you have questions about these […]

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Budget Message to the Library Community

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You have most likely received an absentee ballot from the Southold School District by mail. The ballot includes a proposition for the Library budget, which will cover operations from July 1, 2020-June 30, 2021. The Library Board of Trustees has voted to propose a budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year that keeps spending to a 0% […]

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