Tuesday, April 18, 2017
at 7:30 PM
with Sonia Grgas, Reference Librarian
This program is part of
“Music Is In the Air This Spring @ the Library”
The National Book Award–winning author of The Echo Maker delivers his most emotionally charged novel to date, inspired by the myth of Orpheus.
Composer Peter Els opens the door one evening to find the police on his doorstep. His home microbiology lab—the latest experiment in his lifelong attempt to find music in surprising patterns—has aroused the suspicions of Homeland Security. Panicked by the raid, Els turns fugitive. As an Internet-fueled hysteria erupts, Els—the “Bioterrorist Bach”—pays a final visit to the people he loves, those who shaped his musical journey. Through the help of his ex-wife, his daughter, and his longtime collaborator, Els hatches a plan to turn this disastrous collision with the security state into a work of art that will reawaken its audience to the sounds all around them.
This program is free.
No registration required.
Books are available at the circulation desk.
All are welcome!
-posted by Sonia, Reference Services
The Syosset Public Library 20 & 30-Something Programs will be meeting Monday, February 27th at 7PM. We will be hosting Rifftrax Viewing: The Lost Boys. Brief summary of the film: When Same, Michael, and their mother move to Santa Carla, California, strange things begin to happen. A new twist on the familiar vampire story.
Join us in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1987 vampire film. Rifftrax are comedy audio commentaries featuring Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K) comedians that are played over movies, television programs, and short films. This viewing will include commentary from MST3K comedies Cole Stratton and Janet Varney.
This program is open to 20-Somethings/30-Somethings looking for a fun event.
No registration is required and the program is free. Non-Syosset residents are welcome.
Please call 516-921-7161 x 239 for details.
This event will be hosted by Jessikah Chautin and Stacey Levine, 20 & 30-Something Librarians.
Don’t forget – Friend us on Facebook: Syosset Public Library 20 & 30-Something Programs. Or check out our meetup group more programs.
Look forward to seeing you there!
-posted by Stacey, Readers’ Services
SPL has a new museum addition to our Museum Pass Program: the New York Transit Museum. Housed underground in an authentic 1936 subway station, the NYTM is the largest museum of public transportation in the country. Located in Brooklyn, the museum exhibits blend science, art and design with NYC history to tell the story of mass transportation.
We have 2 membership cards to the NYTM, each card will admit 2 adults and 2 children. The museum is closed on Mondays and major holidays. This pass is now available for patrons to reserve in Tixkeeper.
-posted by Lisa J., Readers’ Services
Registration for the Syosset Public Library’s 7th Annual Adult Summer Reading Club
will begin on Tuesday, June 7, 2016. The program is as simple and stress-free as last year, just the way summer should be! Sign up and submit titles of any book you start and finish reading between the day you register for the program through Friday, August 12.
For each title you submit, you will have a chance to win raffle prizes in our weekly drawings and at the Summer Reading Wrap-Up Party on Wednesday, August 17.
We will kick-off the Summer with two very special events:
Tuesday, June 7. 1:30 PM
To celebrate this exciting summer program, the Readers’ Services Department will hold a special Title Swap with Librarians. Librarians and patrons will share favorite titles and you will leave with a great summer reading list! Refreshments will be served. No registration required. Free. Attend this event and receive a complimentary Summer Reading raffle ticket. Refreshments will be served. Free.
Local Author Showcase
Tuesday, June 7. 7 PM
Come meet Syosset/Woodbury authors who will share their books with you at this 3rd annual LocalAuthor Showcase. Book Talks will be given by the authors followed by a meet and greet. Each author’s books will be available for sale (from the Friends of the Library) and signing. Refreshments will be served. Free.
-posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services
On Saturday, May 7 at 10 AM, Karen McKenna of Career Visionary LLC will discuss using LinkedIn for your job search. LinkedIn is the leading social media platform for professional networking and is a critical component of any job search.
Join us for an enlightening program for job seekers of any age.
This program is free – All are welcome!
-posted by Ed, Reference Services
On Saturday, April 16 at 10 AM.
Stuart Levenberg of the Kensington Company
will explain the ins and outs of franchising to help you
determine whether franchising is right for you.
Join us for this informative program.
This program is free – all are welcome.
- posted by Ed, Reference Services
FOR THE HEALTH OF IT
A series focused on health issues
and healthy lifestyles presents:
Colon Care Awareness
Friday, November 20, 2015 at 11 AM
Colorectal cancer, cancer of the colon and rectum, is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US for both men and women combined. Colorectal surgeon, David Rivadeneira, MD, will speak about the signs and symptoms, when to see a physician, screening opportunities, and the quest for a cure.
This program is free and all are welcome.
No registration requried.
– posted by Sonia, Health Reference Services