Happening at the Library
Week of November 22 - November 28, 2021
Alex Wu in Concert
Sunday December 12, 2:00pm
- in person event -
Back by popular demand, Yamaha piano artist and arranger, Alexander Wu takes us on a winter's journey of favorite classics from around the world through traditional, classical, jazz, folk, Latin & holiday music. 
Please call the library to reserve a seat.
Adult Events & Services
Adult Gingerbread Train Kit
While supplies last, Mattituck-Laurel Patrons may reserve a Train Gingerbread Kit.
Only one per family please.
Email reference@mattlibrary.org and show your email confirmation when picking up your reserved kit.
Holiday Wood Pallet Sign
Sunday December 5, 2:00pm
- in person event -
Join Melissa of MD Design Studio to create your own Holiday Wood Pallet Sign. Several designs to choose from. In person registration required before Dec. 3rd with $10 material fee. Signs are 6'' X 20''.

Register at the Circulation Desk | $10
Organizers Guide to
What Stays and What Goes?
Monday December 6, 7:00pm
- virtual event -
As professional organizers and co-authors of the self-help book Beyond Tidy, Marie Limpert & Annmarie Brogan will teach your patrons techniques on how to make well thought-out decisions on what to keep in their spaces and what to let go.

A Christmas Carol: How Dicken's Changed Christmas
Wednesday December 8, 7:00pm
- virtual event -
Entertainment historian John Kenrick tells how this story came to life in Dicken's imagination and shares video highlights from some of its many memorial adaptations.

Courtesy of Southold Free Library

Cooking with Chef Rob
Friday December 17, 5:30pm
- in person event -
Join Chef Rob as he prepares Yukon Gold and Leek Soup and Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies.

Register at the Circulation Desk | $6
Medicare Counseling - Third Tuesdays - 1:30pm-4:30pm
Call the Circulation Desk for more information, 631-298-4134.
Chair Strength & Stretch w/ Laurie Short
Mondays 11/15-12/27 - 9am-10am - $35/session
Winter Writers' Group
Are you interested in joining a writers' group? This is an informal gathering for anyone interested in being inspired to write, sharing writing, or working to improve what you've already written, in any genre, including journal writing, memoir, fiction, essay, or poetry. This no-pressure, peer-led group will meet in the library from 10am-11:30am, the last Thursday of the month; January 27, February 24 and March 24. Bring your laptop or pen and paper! Questions? Email Ann Boor at annsboor@gmail.com or Ellen Holzman at holzman@optonline.net
Youth and Parenting Department
Programs at the Library
Monday 11/22

4pm Fun & Games
For grades 2nd - 6th. Join us and play some exciting multiplayer card games.
Tuesday 11/30

3:30pm Babies Boogie
Ages birth - 24 months with caregiver. Join Nicole Sparling and have a fun time with your little one. Please call to sign up as space is limited.
4:30pm Toddlers Tango
Ages 25 months - 3 years with caregiver. Join Nicole Sparling and have a fun time with your toddler. Please call to sign up as space is limited.

Among Us Scavenger Hunt!

Stop into the Tween Place and find all 18 Among Us characters hidden around the room. When you have found them, choose a prize! One entry per person.
Hunt ends November 30th.
Looking for more of a challenge? Within the Tween place try to solve these riddles and earn a prize.
Stop in to get coloring sheets and/or craft Grab & Go Projects.
Check out our season display of books!
Stop in, call, or email us if you have any questions,
need our assistance or just to say hello. 631-298-4134 Line 2
Teen Programs & Services | Fall 2021
Stay tuned for winter programs coming soon!
Gingerbread Houses
Monday December 13 -
while supplies last
- grab & go -
Create your very own gingerbread houses at your leisure! Gingerbread house kits will be available for pick up while supplies last beginning on December 13. Kits include gingerbread pieces, frosting and candy. Each kit comes with supplies to make two gingerbread houses.
New Year's Eve
Fudgy Brownie Cookies
Monday December 20 -
while supplies last
- grab & go -
Start the New Year off by pleasing your taste buds with Chef Rob's delicious, fudgy oversized brownie cookie! This is a grab-and-go program. Each kit includes all dry ingredients and written recipe. Wet ingredients not provided.
Attention Teens!

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To register for programs call 631-298-4134
or email sara.colichio@mattlibrary.org