Virtual Programs for April
Watch Babylon Library's Facebook page or
register for the Zoom link for these programs.
Registration begins Thursday, April 1 @ 9:30 AM.
The Annual Library Budget Vote and Trustee is Tuesday, April 13, 2021
 from 12 noon until 9 PM
at the Babylon Public Library.
Voting will be for two purposes: to vote on the Library budget for 2021-2022
and to elect one trustee.
Gentle Yoga with Marcia
Every Monday @ 11:00 a.m.
on our Facebook page.
April 5, 12, 19, & 26
No registration.
Plant Yourself: Understanding Plant-Based Nutrition
Friday, April 2 @ 7 PM on Zoom
Demystify whole-food, plant-based eating and make a
positive impact on your health.
Threatened Wildlife with Sweetbriar Nature Center
Tuesday, April 6 @ 4 PM
live on Facebook
Live animals will be shown, each with its own special story. Topics discussed include endangered species, disappearing habitats, the exotic animal trade, conservation, and ways that individuals can help.
Grab & Go: Lemon-Blueberry Scones
Pick up kit Wednesday, April 7
Demonstration on April 9 @ 2:00 PM
on Facebook
Registration required. Babylon cardholders only.
One kit per household.
The Tastiest Spring Ever
Saturday, April 10 @ 3 PM
live on Facebook
Chef Rob prepares Spring Fusilli with Asparagus and colored tomatoes, Asian orzo chicken salad with fresh vegetables, and an Asian sauce-Spring blueberry Cheesecake Galette.
Long Island Reads
Live Author Event
Sunday, April 11 @ 2:00 p.m.
Join the conversation with Brit Bennett, author of
The Vanishing Half.
Click here to register for this online event.
Fred Astaire: an American Icon
Monday, April 12 @ 7 PM on Zoom
Marty Schneit will discuss the legendary Astaire's life and work with
illustration and film footage. He traces Astaire's 70-year performing
career which began at the age of 5.
Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Hour Program
Tuesdays from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM on Zoom
Healthy hour is an open forum where patrons can ask health related questions.
Meet with representatives from Stony Brook Medicine’s Healthy Libraries Program to ask questions and get evidence-based health information. Some examples of questions that can be answered are: How can I manage my blood pressure? What diet should I follow if I have diabetes? What is the evidence for wearing masks and social distancing?
Join Zoom Meeting here:
Meeting ID: 930 3953 8343
Passcode: 945372
Virtual Tour of Pollack-Krasner House
Wednesday, April 14 @ 4 PM on Zoom.
Joyce Raimondo will guide visitors through Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner's home and studio. Discuss the art displayed in their home and explore the barn studio filled with paint splatters. Painting demonstration follows the tour.
Grab & Go: Anyone Can Draw
Monday, April 19 @ 7 PM on Zoom.
Pick up kit on Thursday, April 15
Improve your drawing in one hour! This workshop will show you simple techniques to improve your skills and sharpen your observation. Materials required: sketch paper, sharpened pencils, sharpener, and eraser.
Must have email address to register. Babylon cardholders only.
The first 12 registrants will receive a kit.
One kit per household.
Brooklyn Style Soft Pretzels
Thursday, April 22 @ 3 PM on Facebook
Chef Rob will teach you how to make Soft Pretzels with Dijon Dip.
Mad About the Mob Trivia
Saturday, April 24
Answer questions about the Godfather, Goodfellas, Casino, the Sopranos, and more to have a chance of winning a $25 Amazon gift card. Email Theresa at: with MOB/BABYLON in the subject line on April 23. On April 24, Theresa will email you the questions and score the answers.
Registration begins Thursday, April 1.

Applying to College, One Step at a Time
Tuesday, April 13 @ 7 PM live on Facebook
In this Facebook Live workshop, college application coach Dr. P. lays out a common-sense timeline for high school students applying to college. She'll suggest when to do what so that students and parents stay both on track and sane throughout the college application process.
Grab & Go: Earth Day Planting Kit
Pick up kit and instructions on
Wednesday, April 21
Celebrate Earth Day by picking up a kit with all you need to grow your own bee and butterfly friendly flowers, as well as a planter to decorate yourself!
This program is for Babylon Teens only. Registration is required.
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Wednesdays, April 14 & 28 @ 3:30 PM
Join us on Discord to build a character, choose weapons, and lay waste to nasty critters with a role of the (virtual) dice! This program is for TEENS ONLY (6th-12th grade).
Babylon Public Library
Virtual Programs