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  1. Register for Chess Nuts on 7/26
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess or just want someone to play chess with? The Long Island Chess Nuts will provide 1/2 hour of chess instruction followed by 1/2 hour of playing time. Register July 12.
  2. Register for Tri-Quizzard Tournament on 7/26
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : Celebrate the birthday of our favorite boy wizard by competing in our Tri-Quizzard tournament. Teams will be awarded points based on their brains, ambition, loyalty and bravery to win the House Cup! Light refreshments will be served. Please let us know about any food allergies when registering for the program. Registration begins July 12.
  3. Tai Chi for Energy
    Time : 9:30 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : None
  4. A.A.R.P. Volunteers Meeting
    Time : 10:00 AM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : None
  5. 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. Enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, action rhymes, and other activities aimed at building a love of language, books, and reading. Register July 5.
  6. Dancing Jelly Beans
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Come shake your sillies out with Miss Janeth. We'll have lots of fun listening to groovy music, dancing, and playing with musical instruments. Drop-in.
  7. Thursday Yoga
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : None
  8. Fascinating Rhythm: The Music of George & Ira Gershwin
    Time : 2:00 PM
    Location : Theater
    Details : Explore the unique contributions to the American musical theater world by the great team of George & Ira Gershwin in this multi-media program presented by Jack Schnur. Featured will be performances by Michael Feinstein, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Judy Garland and more, plus film and theater clips. Mr. Schnur was a videotape editor at CBS, where he worked for 30 yers. All welcome.
  9. Chess Nuts
    Time : 3:00 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess or just want someone to play chess with? The Long Island Chess Nuts will provide 1/2 hour of chess instruction followed by 1/2 hour of playing time. Register July 5.
  10. Writing Your Memoirs
    Time : 6:30 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : This is a 6-week workshop concentrating on autobiographical writing. Everyone has a story to tell, and this workshop will help the participants write powerful and effective memoirs through group discussion, constructive critique and short in-class writing assignments. In this supportive environment, participants can work on existing work, new work, a full memoir or short essays. 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 $25 fee payable at registration, which begins July 2 for South Huntington cardholders.
  11. Lip Sync Battle
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : Do you know the lyrics to your song but don't like to sing? Come and join our Lip Sync Battle with your friends. Registration begins July 5.
  12. Long Island Women's Diversity Network
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : None
  13. North Shore Civil War Roundtable
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Theater
    Details : As Barnet Schecter dramatically shows in his book, The Devil's Own Work: The Civil War Draft Riots and the Fight to Reconstruct America, the cataclysm in New York was anything but an isolated incident; rather, it was a microcosm―within the borders of the supposedly loyal northern states―of the larger Civil War between the North and South. The riots erupted over the same polarizing issues--of slavery versus freedom for African Americans and the scope of federal authority over states and individuals--that had torn the nation apart. The riots' aftermath foreshadowed the compromises that would bedevil Reconstruction. All welcome.
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