Happening at the Library, Online!
Week of May 17 - May 23, 2021
Parking lot construction to start this week!
The parking lot construction project will start this week. Our driveway and parking lot will be closed, Our Lady of Good Counsel RC Church has generously agreed to allow staff and patrons to park in the church parking lot during construction. Designated walkways will be set up to access the building from the church parking lot. For project updates and for more information click below.
Virtual Events for Adults
Boat America (via Zoom)
US Coast Guard
Auxiliary Course
May 18, 20, 25 & 27
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Registrants must attend ALL FOUR classes. Advanced registration and $30 payment are required at the Circulation Desk. Families are welcome, age 10 and up.

Checks payable to
"USCG Aux. Flotilla 014-18-08"
Sherlock Holmes & London with Alex Lacey
Thursday May 20, 7:00pm
Join us for a specially created virtual tour with Blue Badge Tourist Guide Alex Lacey. From the classic stories of Arthur Conan Doyle to the pop cult phenomena of the BBC Sherlock series, the city of London has always been as much a character in the Holmes universe as the villainous Moriarty, the indolently brilliant Mycroft, and the faithful John Watson.
Health Insurance Counseling
Tuesday May 18, 1:30pm-4:30pm
Every third Tuesday of each month starting May 18th, a HICAP counselor will be available to meet with individuals for half hour, one-on-one appointments.

Call the Circulation Desk for more information, 631-298-4134.
Strawberry Time
Tuesday May 25, 7:00pm
It’s almost Strawberry season. Join Cornell Cooperative Extension for this program featuring new and delicious ways to prepare strawberries. Recipe Fact Sheet
Youth and Parenting Department
Parenting Tips provided by
Cornell Cooperative Extension
can be found here.
Follow us on Facebook. On Monday 5/17 Mrs. L reads Mr. Zinger's Hat by Cary Fagan. Then on Thursday 5/20 enjoy A Hippo in Our Yard by Liza Donnelly.
Missed a recent story or program? Head over to our YouTube Channel located on the website under Youth and Parenting just above the calendar.
There is a permanent link on our website, Under Youth and Parenting,
just above the calendar.
Stop in, call, or email us if you have any questions,
need our assistance or just to say hello. 631-298-4134 Line 2
Strawberry Festival Bread - For Teens -
Tuesday June 15 - While Supplies Last
Don't miss this opportunity to make Chef Rob's delicious strawberry festival bread!! This is a grab-and-go program. All dry ingredients will be provided. Teens must supply their own wet ingredients. An instructional video will be emailed to all participants.
D.I.Y. Tote Bags
Decorate your own tote bags, fabric markers and bag provided. Use your bag for school, as a beach tote, for library books, sports, etc. Get creative and free-hand your design or use stencils, iron-ons, etc. Stencils and embellishments not included.

Take this project home today.
Monthly Guessing Jar
Try your luck with our monthly guessing jar contest! Guess how many items are in the guessing jar located in our teen space. The teen who guesses the closest without going over will win a prize!
Click below for a list of community service opportunities for teens to do at home!
To register for programs call 631-298-4134
or email sara.colichio@mattlibrary.org