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Oceanside Library

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ADULTS

May/June/July/August 2017

IF REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, CALL THE INFORMATION DESK AT
(516) 766-2360, option 4.

 

May/June Art Exhibit: The Beauty In The World
Paintings by Diane Mecker
Art Gallery Reception: Saturday, June 3 // 1-3pm


July/August
Art Exhibit: Featured Artist, Paul Oresky
Art Gallery Reception: Saturday, July 15 // 1-3pm
 

Please note: Books are available at the Circulation Desk one month prior to the discussion date.

Tuesday, June 13 // 2pm
Commonwealth by Ann Patchett

Spanning five decades, this novel explores how a chance encounter reverberates through the lives of the four parents and six children involved.  Discussion Leader: Ann Cohen 

Tuesday, July 11 // 2pm
The Rent Collector by Camron Wright

A desperately poor family living in Cambodia discovers how literacy can change lives and raise anyone from the ashes.  Discussion Leader: Edna Ritzenberg

Tuesday, July 25 // 7pm
One Summer, One Book, One Oceanside: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
Enjoy an evening of intergenerational discussion and debate on this immensely popular novel about a boy, struggling to cope with his mother’s terminal illness, who gets nightly visits from a story-telling monster.

Tuesday, August 8 // 2pm
News Of The World by Paulette Jiles

A rootless former Civil War captain is hired to transport an orphan child over 400 miles through unsettled territory to her relatives in Texas.  Discussion Leader: Edna Ritzenberg

 

Essex Steam Train & Riverboat Ride (WAIT LIST ONLY)
Thursday, July 13 // Bus leaves at 8am // $92 per person, non-refundable fee
Begin this Connecticut adventure with a hot three-course lunch (choice of beef tips, baked chicken (no bones) or penne pasta with grilled vegetables) prepared and cooked on a 1920s restored Pullman dining car on the Essex Steam Train. After lunch, enjoy the cool breezes on the riverboat excursion down the scenic Connecticut River. Once we get off the train, we will drive up to Gillette Castle where you will be able to tour this unique historic home with secret doors and passages.  Register at the Baldwin Public Library.  Checks or money orders payable to Baldwin Public Library.  Includes transportation, lunch, and fees.  For more information, please call the Baldwin Public Library Adult Reference Desk at 516-223-6228.

Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, Hampton, NJ
Tuesday, September 12 // Come Blow Your Horn // Cost: $83 // Registration begins Monday, July 3
at the Baldwin Public Library, 2385 Grand Ave., Baldwin, NY.  Includes transportation, lunch, and fees.  For more information, please call the Baldwin Public Library Adult Reference Desk at 516-223-6228.

Sight & Sound Theatre, Ronks, PA
Thursday, October 5 // Jonah // Cost: $125 // Registration begins Monday, July 3
at the Baldwin Public Library, 2385 Grand Ave., Baldwin, NY.  Includes transportation, lunch, and fees.  For more information, please call the Baldwin Public Library Adult Reference Desk at 516-223-6228.
 

Resume Drop-In Clinic
Monday, June 5 // 6-8pm
Saturday, June 24 // 10am – Noon
Wednesday, July 12 // 10am – Noon
Saturday, July 22 // 10am – Noon
Tuesday, August 8 // 6-8pm
Saturday, August 26 // 10am – Noon
Drop in and our librarians will help you create or punch-up your resume, and help you learn how to use the many databases we have to help you with your job search.  Free.  No registration required.  Librarians subject to availability.

Is Owning A Franchise Business Right For You?
Wednesday, June 7 // 7pm

Owning a franchise can be lucrative – but it also has its pitfalls.  Learn what you need to know to make an informed decision.  Ask questions of an expert.  Presented by Kensington Company. 

Social Media Marketing For Business
Thursday, June 15 // 7pm

Learn how to use social media for effective marketing for your business, including a review of the most popular social media networks, how other businesses are using your social media, how to tell which are right for your business, what kind of content to create and post, how to tell if content is working; and more.  Presented by SCORE.  Sponsored by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce. 

Retirement Planning Today
Thursday, June 22 // 7pm

Join us for a comprehensive workshop covering various aspects of personal finance and how they can work together to create an integrated retirement plan.  Presented by Allied Health Partners. 

Savvy Social Security Planning
Tuesday, July 11 // 11am

What Baby Boomers need to know to maximize retirement income.  Will Social Security be there for me?  How much can I expect to receive?  When should I apply to maximize my benefits?  And more.  Presented by Foresters Financial Services. 

Resume Workshop
Wednesday, July 19 // 2-3pm

Whether you are looking for a new job, returning to the workforce, or just want to brush up your resume, we can help.  We’ll provide you with information on our many resume and job search databases and give you the information and tips you need to make your resume stand out.  Free, open to all.  Bring your current resume if you have one for a review. 

Optimize Your Retirement Plans Now!
Wednesday, July 26 // 7pm

Retirement plans can be confusing.  Learn why it is so critical to start saving and investing at a young age; how much are you going to need to retire; how to best allocate and select investment options in your workplace plan; how to handle old 401K’s; and more, with Simon Brady, CFP of Anglia Advisors.

The Nuts & Bolts Of Stocks, Bonds, And Investing
Tuesday, August 15 // 7pm

What is a stock and what is a bond?  What is it that makes those prices move?  Learn how to get started in investing and what you need to consider when starting investing with Simon Brady, CFP of Anglia Advisors. 

Becoming The CEO Of Your Financial Life
Thursday, August 24 // 7pm

Join Certified Financial Planner and CEO Dora DeLellis as she discusses how to take charge of your finances, how and when to invest, and more.

 

A Chorus For All Ages
Wednesday, June 7 // 5:30pm

Performers from the Friedberg JCC’s new “Intergenerational Music Program,” featuring both children and older adults, will perform songs from The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music, The Lion King, and more!  Open to all. 

Sugar & Spice Soul Band: Motown Show
Sunday, June 11 // 2pm

Sugar & Spice perform your favorite Motown jams along with a sweet mix of Soul, R&B, and Disco.  Hear songs made famous by Gladys Knight, The Temptations, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Donna Summer, and more.  No tickets necessary.  Doors will open 30 minutes prior to start time.  Seating is on a first come basis.  This concert is sponsored by NEFCU.

 

Barbara Novack, Molloy College's writer-in-residence, hosts these highly regarded workshops for fiction, non-fiction, memoir, and poetry writers of all levels.  Please bring writing supplies.

Wednesday, June 21 // 7pm
Thursday, July 6 // 11am
Thursday, July 20 // 11am
Thursday, August 3 // 11am
Thursday, August 17 // 11am

 

Save 10% on your car insurance for the next three years or remove up to four points from your driving record by taking Empire Safety Council’s defensive driving course.  This class is recognized by all New York State insurance companies.

Empire Safety Council Classes // Fee: $28 (Please make separate checks payable to Empire Safety Council; cash accepted.  Open to all licensed drivers.) // Registration for these classes begins on Tuesday, May 30
Class 1: Monday & Wednesday, June 26 & 28 // 6-9pm // Fee: $28 // Registration Required
Class 2: Saturday, July 22 // 10am – 4pm // Fee: $28 // Registration Required
Class 3: Monday & Wednesday, August 21 & 23 // 6-9pm // Fee: $28 // Registration Required

 

Volunteers for Literacy Nassau will be providing instruction in English as a Second Language for beginners and intermediate adults.
Beginners: This group meets once a week, with one-on-one tutoring.  To attend, you must have registered with Literacy Nassau.
Intermediate: This small group meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  To attend, you must have registered with Literacy Nassau.
 

Doors open one half hour before Showtime

Lion
Monday, June 5 // 1:30 & 7pm
2016, 120 min.  PG-13. 

Film Classic: The Red Shoes
Friday, June 9 // 2pm
1948, 134 min. 

Hidden Figures
Monday, June 19 // 1:30 & 7pm
2016, 127 min.  PG.

Patriot’s Day
Wednesday, June 28 // 1:30pm
2016, 123 min.  R. 

Film Classic: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
Friday, July 7 // 2pm
1966, 100 min. 

The Founder
Monday, July 10 // 1:30 & 7pm
2016, 115 min.  PG-13. 

Queen Of Katwe
Wednesday, July 19 // 1:30pm
2016, 124 min.  PG. 

La La Land
Monday, July 24 // 1:30 & 7pm
2016, 128 min.  PG-13. 

Film Classic: How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying
Friday, August 4 // 2pm
1967, 121 min. 

A United Kingdom
Monday, August 14 // 1:30 & 7pm
2016, 111 min.  PG-13. 

The Shack
Wednesday, August 23 // 1:30pm
2016, 132 min.  PG-13. 

Bitter Harvest
Monday, August 28 // 1:30 & 7pm
2017, 103 min.  R.



Sensory Friendly Films
We are pleased to offer these movies under “Sensory Friendly” conditions, as a special opportunity for families to enjoy a film in a safe and accepting environment.  We’ll keep the lights slightly up and the sound turned slightly down.  Our policies regarding quiet and remaining in one’s seat will not be enforced unless the safety of the audience is in question.  Come relax and enjoy family time without worrying if someone will complain or be disturbed by noise or movement.  A caregiver must remain in the room at all times.

Sing
Saturday, June 3 // 11am
2016, 108 min.  PG.

Zootopia
Thursday, July 6 // 7pm
2016, 108 min.  PG.

The Lego Batman Movie
Thursday, August 3 // 7pm
2017, 88 min.  PG.

 

Tai Chi – Advanced With Helen Just
Tuesdays, May 30, June 6, 13 // 11:15am-Noon (IN SESSION)

Step up to the next level with certified fitness specialist Helene Just as she leads these classes that can improve balance, stamina, coordination, and well-being.  Please note:  Attendees must have already taken the beginners series.  Please wear comfortable clothes and footwear.

Fit And Fabulous With Helene Just
Tuesdays, May 30, June 6, 13 // 12:10-12:50pm
(IN SESSION)
Get your feet moving and your hands clapping with Helene Just in this exercise program designed to increase strength, tone, balance, and stamina that can be done either sitting or standing.  Wear comfortable clothes and footwear and bring a set of light weights and exercise bands.

Zumba Gold With Jill Ackiron-Moses
4 Wednesdays, May 31, June 7, 14, 21 // 12:45-1:45pm //
Fee: $20 // Registration Required (WAIT LIST ONLY)
Dance to the music with Jill Ackiron-Moses as she leads these classes, designed for active older adults or those with physical limitations, that can improve balance, strength, coordination, flexibility, and cardiovascular health.

Chair Yoga With Jill Ackiron-Moses
4 Fridays, June 2, 9, 16, 23 // 12:15-1:15pm //
Fee: $20 // Registration Required
Join registered yoga instructor Jill Ackiron-Moses for this gentle form of yoga designed to increase strength, flexibility and balance, and reduce stress.  Postures are done seated or using a chair for support.  Please wear comfortable clothes and footwear, and bring a yoga strap and blocks if possible.

Registration for the following classes begins on Tuesday, May 30.


Chair Yoga With Jill Ackiron-Moses
Class 1: 4 Fridays, July 7, 1, 21, 28 // 12:15-1:15pm // Fee: $20 // Registration Required
Class 2: 4 Fridays, August 4, 11, 18, 25 // 12:15-1:15pm // Fee: $20 // Registration Required

Join registered yoga instructor Jill Ackiron-Moses for this gentle form of yoga designed to increase strength, flexibility and balance, and reduce stress.  Postures are done seated or using a chair for support.  Please wear comfortable clothes and footwear, and bring a yoga strap and blocks if possible.

Zumba Gold With Jill Ackiron-Moses
Class 1: 4 Wednesdays, July 5, 12, 19, 26 // 12:45-1:45pm //
Fee: $20 // Registration Required
Class 2: 4 Wednesdays, August 2, 9, 23, 30 // 12:45-1:45pm //
Fee: $20 // Registration Required
Dance to the music with Jill Ackiron-Moses as she leads these classes, designed for active older adults or those with physical limitations, that can improve balance, strength, coordination, flexibility, and cardiovascular health.
 

Sunday, June 4 // Noon – 4pm
Teen volunteers will collect non-perishable food in support of Cory Cares and the Oceanside Community Service food pantry.

 

Game Time: Card And Board Games
Mondays // 11am – 4pm
Bring your group, or just stop by and join one, and spend some time playing your favorite game.  Please bring your own games and game pieces.
  No registration required.

Get Stitchin’
Wednesday, June 14 // 3:30-5:30pm
Wednesday, July 12 // 3:30-5:30pm
Wednesday, August 9 // 3:30-5:30pm

Join fellow knitters, crocheters, and other crafters in this drop-in stitching club.  Please bring your own supplies.

 

Eating Right When You Have A Chronic Disease
Wednesday, May 24 // 7pm

Join nutritionist Rivka Breuer, RDN, CDN as she discusses how to adjust your diet to help combat and manage chronic disease.

Stepping On: A Workshop On Preventing Falls
Tuesdays, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 18, 25 // 10am – Noon

South Nassau Communities Hospital’s Trauma Center presents this series of workshops to help seniors 65 and older learn how to increase balance, prevent falls, and maintain independence.  Learn how to make your body stronger and your home safer.  Registration is required. 

Hearing Wellness Seminar And Screening
Thursday, June 8 // 11am – 1pm

Lindsay Block, AU. D., CCC-A of Earworks Audiology will present a seminar on hearing wellness, and providing free hearing screenings.  No registration required; all ages can attend. 

Alzheimer’s Association Caregivers Support Group
Second Thursday Of Each Month beginning Thursday, June 8 // 1pm

In cooperation with the Alzheimer’s Association, we are proud to offer this Caregivers Support group for those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s, dementia, etc.  All are welcome.  Call 1-800-272-3900 to register. 

Natural Approaches To Arthritis
Thursday, June 15 // 11am

More than 46 million U.S. adults suffer from arthritis.  Learn many natural and practical approaches to preventing and treating arthritis, so that you and your family can lead healthy, more productive lives.  Topics include whole foods, supplements, herbs, chiropractic, and exercises.  Presented by Dr. Bruce Kesten, Kesten Family Chiropractic. 

Keep Your Balance
Thursday, June 22 // 11am

Falls are the #1 cause of injury death for those 65 and older.  Whether your balance issue is caused by diabetic neuropathy, vertigo, dizziness, foot, ankle or leg weakness, or just an unsteady gait, learn how you can reduce the risk of falling with Dr. Timothy Rohrs of Sands Point Physical Therapy. 

Know The 10 Signs Of Alzheimer’s: Early Detection Matters
Wednesday, July 12 // 11am

Learn the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s disease, hear from people who have the disease, and find out how to recognize the signs in yourself and others.  Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association. 

Healthy Living For Your Brain & Body
Wednesday, August 2 // 11am

At any age, there are lifestyle habits we can adopt to help maintain or even potentially improve our health.  These habits may also help keep our brains healthy as we age and possibly delay the onset of cognitive decline.  Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association. 

Busy Mom’s Cheat Sheet: Raising Happy, Healthy Kids
Saturday, August 5 // 11am

Author Lilly Cadoch presents this seminar on how a busy parent can teach kids how to have a healthy body, how to have a healthy mind and how give them the tools to best succeed and handle life’s inevitable challenges. 

Introduction To Acupuncture
Wednesday, August 9 // 7pm

Come learn about acupuncture: its history, its current uses, and its health benefits.  Presented by local practitioner Stanley S. Yuan, LAC.

 

Herbal Celebration
Tuesday, June 13 // 7pm

Join Roellyn Armstrong and Karen Zunich, Master Gardeners at the Cooperative Extension, for this fun and informative program on growing and using herbs for food, flavoring, fragrances, and medicinal purposes.

 

Next Chapter Book Club
Fridays // 2:30-3:30pm // Registration Required
In partnership with volunteers from Literacy Nassau, this small book club offers adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to read for pleasure and socialize in the community.  Registration is required.  Please call 516-766-2360, x4.

Sensory Friendly Films
We are pleased to offer these movies under “Sensory Friendly” conditions, as a special opportunity for families to enjoy a film in a safe and accepting environment.  We’ll keep the lights slightly up and the sound turned slightly down.  Our policies regarding quiet and remaining in one’s seat will not be enforced unless the safety of the audience is in question.  Come relax and enjoy family time without worrying if someone will complain or be disturbed by noise or movement.  A caregiver must remain in the room at all times.


Sing
Saturday, June 3 // 11am
2016, 108 min.  PG.

Zootopia
Thursday, July 6 // 7pm
2016, 108 min.  PG.

The Lego Batman Movie
Thursday, August 3 // 7pm
2017, 88 min.  PG.

 

The Ladies Of The Academy Awards
Tuesday, June 20 // 2pm

Join film historian Philip Harwood as he takes us on a journey through some of Hollywood’s greatest films, and the Academy Award winning actresses who starred in them.  Sponsored by Rockville Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. 

Here’s Johnny: Johnny Carson, The Early Years
Wednesday, July 26 // 2pm

Join Jack Schnur for this multimedia presentation of Johnny Carson’s early radio and television career.  Enjoy clips from The Tonight Show featuring guests Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, Joan Rivers, Jack Benny, and David Letterman, as well as skits with Betty White, Jack Webb, and others.  Sponsored by Rockville Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. 

Naomi Zeitlin: Songs Of The 70s
Wednesday, August 9 // 2pm

And what a decade it was!  Diva Naomi Zeitlin performs songs made famous by Carly Simon and James Taylor, ABBA, The Bee Gees, and many more.  Sponsored by Rockville Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.

 

Spanish For Beginners With Margherita Galofaro
Part 3: Thursdays, May 25, June 1, 8 // 7-8pm (IN SESSION)

Continue to learn the basics of grammar and pronunciation, and add more words and phrases to your vocabulary in Professor Margherita Galafaro’s Beginners Spanish series. Emphasis will be placed on conversational Spanish used in everyday social settings such as travel, dining, and shopping.
 

Sealed With A Kiss: The History Of Marriage
Thursday, May 25 // 2pm

Take a trip down the aisle with Marilyn Carminio in this fascinating presentation on the centuries old tradition of marriage.  Learn all about matrimonial laws, rituals, and traditions from the earliest hunter/gatherer societies, through Greek and Roman civilizations, the Middle Ages, the Victorian era, and modern society.

Behind The Themes: TV Theme Songs, 1950-2000
Wednesday, May 31 // 2pm

Take a musical journey with Clive Young and discover the creative process that went into writing the theme songs for TV classics such as I Love Lucy, The Brady Bunch, and M*A*S*H.  Sing along to a popular tune composed by Henry Mancini, and another featuring the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.

Balanchine: Father Of American Ballet
Tuesday, June 6 // 7pm

Join Barnett Serchuk, critic, editor, and contributing writer to Broadway World, for this fascinating and insightful look at the life, career, and legacy of George Balanchine.

Police And The Constitution
Wednesday, June 14 // 2pm

Highlighting recent incidents and Supreme Court decisions, James Coll illustrates how the ideals of the founders of the Constitution and their times have been applied to the evolving powers and limitations of the police in modern society.

The Making Of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Tuesday, June 27 // 7pm

The Beatles’ album, Sgt. Pepper, saw the band transition from pop stars to serious artists.  How did they create their landmark album?  Clive young, Editor-In-Chief of Pro Sound News, takes apart the album, track-by-track, and explores this iconic album to show how it all came together. 

Sacred Cities: Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Wednesday, July 12 // 2pm

Journey with Dr. Ron Brown to the largest religious complex in the world.  Constructed in the 12th century, as directed by King Jayavarman II, the self-proclaimed god-king, this Hindu temple is one of the most visited sacred cities in the world. 

Alexander Hamilton: Money And Politics In The Early United States
Wednesday, July 12 // 7pm

Meet the man behind the musical.  Alexander Hamilton’s rise was intertwined with the emergence of the United States, though many of his ideals and policies sparked controversy.  This lecture will consider Hamilton’s life, career, and rivalries, and what these can tell us about the American Revolution, the Constitution, and the birth of party politics in the early republic. 

The Mystery Of Johannes Vermeer
Tuesday, August 1 // 2pm

Atmosphere, distinctive light, perspective, and a sense of calm are all characteristics of the works of this 17th century Dutch Master.  Louise Cella Caruso leads this illustrated lecture that delves into the mystery and the meaning of his works.

 

We are offering a free seminar to help prepare you for the New York State Notary test.  Topics include: learning what a Notary does, what you need to learn, and how to sign up for the test.  No fee.  Seating is limited.

FURTHER SESSIONS TBA
 

Laura Curran
Thursday, June 22 // 7pm

Join us for an informal chat with Laura Curran, Nassau County Legislator.  Learn more about her, what she does, and about what’s going on in the County.  Ask questions over a cup of coffee and some dessert.

 

Open Mic Poetry And Prose
Poets Peter V. Dugan and Sharon Anderson host these lively literary events that bring together established poets and writers as well as talented new voices.  Writers are welcome to read up to three samples of their work.
FURTHER SESSIONS TBA
 

Resume Drop-In Clinic
Monday, June 5 // 6-8pm
Saturday, June 24 // 10am – Noon
Wednesday, July 12 // 10am – Noon
Saturday, July 22 // 10am – Noon
Tuesday, August 8 // 6-8pm
Saturday, August 26 // 10am – Noon

Drop in and one of our librarians will help you create or punch-up your resume, and help you learn how to use the many databases we have to help you with your job search.  Free.  No registration required.  Librarians subject to availability.

Resume Workshop
Wednesday, July 19 // 2-3pm

Whether you are looking for a new job, returning to the workforce, or just want to brush up your resume, we can help.  We’ll provide you with information on our many resume and job search databases and give you the information and tips you need to make your resume stand out.  Free, open to all.  Bring your current resume if you have one for a review. 

 

Our unique series of informal evenings of coffee and conversation about cutting-edge topics with experts from the field.  For ages high school to adult.

FURTHER SESSIONS TBA
 

Our Script-In-Hand Theatre series presents Broadway and Off-Broadway plays in dynamic staged performances.

Molly Sweeney
Friday, June 9 // 7pm

Brian Friel’s riveting, entertaining masterpiece of a woman, a medical miracle…and its consequences.  Directed by Tarmo Kirsimae.

 

Our latest program: Join us in reading scripts out loud: plays, movies, TV shows, and old radio shows.  Each participant will receive a part to read at random.  No acting experience necessary.  High school through adult - all are welcome!  Light refreshments will be served.  Registration Required.

FURTHER SESSIONS TBA
 

Identity Theft & Fraud Prevention
Thursday, June 8 // 7pm

Join experts from Astoria Bank and learn the steps you can take to reduce the risk of identity theft and what you can do to prevent fraud. 

How To Buy A Home
Wednesday, June 14 // 7pm

Thinking about buying a house?  Already looking for your first house?  This workshop is designed to familiarize you with every step of the process.  Presented by Michael Bersin of Home Buyer’s Knowledge. 

Senior Scam Prevention
Monday, June 26 // 2pm

Learn about common scams and how to protect yourself against becoming a victim.  Find out how to protect your personal information online, how to protect against identity theft, and minimize unsolicited phone calls.  Presented by NY Assembly Member Missy Miller and the NY State Department of Consumer Prevention. 

First Time Homebuyers Seminar
Thursday, June 27 // 7pm

Town of Hempstead Supervisor Anthony Santino and Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin present this seminar providing information on mortgages, inspections, title insurance, contacts and closings, and details on tax exemptions, and tips on challenging your home’s assessment.

Unclaimed Funds: Is There Money Waiting For You?
Wednesday, June 28 // 11am

New York State is holding billions of dollars in unclaimed funds, deposited by banks, insurance companies, businesses, etc.  Join a representative from the office of the NYS Comptroller and learn how to search for, and claim, money that you may not know you have! 

Solar Power For Your Home Or Business
Thursday, August 10 // 7pm

Join representatives from New York Solar as they discuss the NY-Sun program, a state-wide initiative that is funding solar energy installations for local residents, businesses, schools, and other public and private entities. 

Nassau County Clerk Records Training
Wednesday, August 16 // 1pm

Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell presents this Nassau County Clerk Land Records Online training seminar.  Learn how to use the County Clerk’s online database to search and view and records free of charge.

 

All About eBay
Tuesday, June 13 // 6:30-8:30pm

Learn how to buy and sell items using eBay.  Topics will include how to create an account, check the reliability of sellers and buyers, payment options, and online security. 

eBay Selling
Tuesday, June 20 // 6:30-8:30pm

Learn how to sell items on eBay.  Topics will include how to set up an eBay seller’s account, write a description, set a price, post a picture, and more. 

Teen Tech Tutors (walk-ins welcome)
Friday, July 7 // 10am – Noon

Friday, July 14 // 10am – Noon
Friday, July 21 // 10am – Noon

Get help from tech-savvy teen volunteers with your computer or smart device questions.  Apple users: please bring your Apple login information.


 

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