Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd

The Library will be closed except for voting. 

The Library is a polling place for several election districts, and since it is a presidential election year, large crowds are to be expected. In the interest of the safety of patrons, voters and staff, the library will be open only for those who are assigned to it as a polling place. A mask is required. Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

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Voting: It’s As Easy as 1-2-3!

In my previous post, I discussed the voter registration process. The October 9th deadline has since passed, and hopefully by now you are properly registered and eligible to vote in the upcoming 2020 General Election. There are three methods for Suffolk County voters to cast their ballots: 1) A...

Spooky Reads

10 Spooky Reads for Halloween

Halloween is almost here, which means it’s the perfect time to read spine-chilling mysteries or scary stories, and we’ve picked out 10 spooky books to help you get in the spirit! So, grab a blanket, light a fall-scented candle, curl up with one of these titles available to borrow as an ebook or audi...


Young Adult Chills and Thrills

Vampires and monsters and ghouls, oh my! If you’re looking to add some gruesome chills to your fall celebrations, we’ve got some books for you! The fainthearted need not apply, but to all our fellow thrill seekers . . . enjoy at your own risk! <Mwahahaha!>     The Coldes...

First Rule of Punk

Hispanic Heritage Month: Middle Grade

Did you know?  From September 15th through October 15th, South Huntington Public Library takes joy in celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to acknowledge and honor the influence, contributions, and culture of Hispanic Americans.  And what better way to recognize this event ...


Community Service for SHPL Residents Currently in Grades 6-12

● Make a phone call (We know, so old fashioned!) to a relative or friend who is safe at home: they will appreciate it! Send us an email of when you talked, who you talked to, and about what (We don't need specific details. “Grandma and I chatted about going to school in the 1950s” is enough). You ca...

My Papi Has a Motorcycle

Hispanic Heritage Month: Picture Books

It’s time to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month!  From September 15th through October 15th, we acknowledge and honor the influence, contributions, and culture of Hispanic Americans.  There are so many ways to recognize this special event.  Maybe you’d like to learn Spanish....

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage in Young Adult Fiction

Every year from September 15th to October 15th, our country observes National Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing the vast contributions made by Americans whose heritage comes from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.   We hope that you’ll join us in celebrati...

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September 22nd is National Voter Registration Day

"Democracy is not a spectator sport" proclaims a flyer distributed by the League of Women Voters. Indeed, the cornerstone of any truly democratic government is free and open public elections - but these don't matter unless you, as a citizen, are an actively involved participant. To play a role in th...

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Newspapers and Magazines for Everyone

PressReader is the largest all-you-can-read digital platform of magazines and newspapers where you can discover trusted content from all around the world in more than 60 different languages.  Find publications such as New York Daily News, New York Post, Los Angeles Times, The Gua...

Lovey War

A Tribute to the Ancient Gods: Mythology in YA Lit

A Tribute to the Ancient Gods: Mythology in YA Lit Escape your world by mingling with the gods, courtesy of this collection of young adult books that share the common thread of mythology.   Some of these stories are set entirely in the time of the gods.  Others are modern day ta...