Welcome to new President Dr. David Robinson! Thank you, Maggie!

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53705 Main Road PO Box 697 Southold, NY 11971 (631) 765-2077 www.southoldlibrary.org September & October 2016

A heart-felt thank you to the whole community for participating in a summer filled with library programs, and special thanks to the many volunteers who helped out in countless ways.

There were over 100 programs, special shows, events and occasions held both onsite and at different venues: Founders Beach for “Super Beach Bingo”, Greenport School Athletic Fields for “Disc Dogs”, Greenport’s Preston’s Dock for “Cruising on the Glory”, Stony Brook University for “Battle of the Books”, Southold Elementary School’s

Garden for “Sushi from the Garden”, and Southold Yacht Club for “A-Sailing We Will Go!”. In our own Pocket Park, friends, family, and patrons gathered as a reading bench was dedicated to and in memory of Fortuna Maney, a valued 20-year library employee. We were an enthusiastic presence marching along Main Road in the Southold Village Merchants July 4th Parade, popping-up at area beaches under a tent with library handouts, and throwing the first pitch at the North Fork Osprey’s July 13 baseball game! Fall is here and there is still a lot happening at your Library! Come in today.

Welcome to new President Dr. David Robinson!

Thank you, Maggie! Maggie Merrill has been a member of the Library Board since 2005. She was elected President in 2011, and served in that position until August 2016.

To begin, I would like to thank Maggie Merrill for her amazing stewardship of the Southold Library as president for the last 5 years. Thanks to Maggie, the library board past and present, Caroline and her amazing staff, and most importantly our patrons, the library is in a position to enhance your library experience. I am happy to report that our new, user friendly website will be up and running by the end of this year. Its streamlined design and increased options will be only a small part of the new site. For our patrons who visit the library, we are pleased to inform you that progress continues in our renovation plans and we hope to deliver more good news on this front in the near future. Finally, I want to thank you for your continued support of the Southold Library. Sincerely, David Robinson

Initially as a member of the Long Range Planning Committee, and then as President, Maggie has been instrumental in structuring the Library’s programs and services for 21st century users. In addition, she played an important role in planning for the changing needs of the facility to meet the new and many ways people use libraries today. We have Maggie to thank for taking the lead during these important years in the Library’s history. She will be missed!

A New Face

Brooke Averette, a student at Southold High School, has joined our staff as a Page. We’re glad to have her on board.

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A fond farewell and best wishes are extended to recent high school graduate and college bound Theresa Connolly (University of Georgia).

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Welcome to the book cottage! Filled with all your favorite book genres, the cottage is open twice weekly from January-Thanksgiving Day weekend! Stop by Wednesdays (11-3) and Saturdays (10-3) to browse the shelves. Be prepared to stock up your home library at unbeatable sale prices! Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a familiar face, you’ll be greeted by helpful volunteers. Outdoor chairs are available if you’d like to stick around and read or you can walk to the library’s pocket park just east of the cottage where a reading bench awaits you.

Do-As-You-Please Bus Trip to

New York City Saturday, December 10 Departs Southold 8:30am

Bus drops off at 37th/3rd, 42nd/5th, 46th/6th, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Natural History Leaves NYC at 6pm from Bryant Park behind the NY Public Library

Tickets are $25 each at the circulation desk

Monthly Raffles

$1.00 per chance Raffles displayed at circulation desk You could be the next lucky winner!

The Friends Officers:

Cathy Campbell, President Vickie Abrams, Vice-President Susan Krupski Fisher, Secretary Jennifer Schlecht, Treasurer

Friends Meetings

are open to all Tuesdays at 3:30pm September 13 and October 11

Saturdays: October 1-November 19

11:30am-1pm

Sarabelle Prince, expert on the role of journals in movies, combines film and writing in this thought-provoking workshop designed to deepen your personal expression. We’ll watch beautifully-presented movie clips followed by well-chosen writing prompts. A unique workshop great for film lovers, writers, and non-writers. Registration is required. There is a $40 fee required when

Clips from the following movies will be shown:

you register ($5 per session).

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The Diary of a Lost Girl The Diary of Anne Frank Scenes from a Marriage Freedom Writers What I Want My Words To Do To You

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The Notebook Les Choristes Cara Diario 1000 Journal Project Anais Observed

Movie Matinees at 12:30

Family Movies at 4pm

Refreshments served

Jungle Book (Live-Action) Friday, September 9 Rated PG 106 minutes

“The Lady in the Van” Friday, September 16 A true story about the relationship between Alan Bennett and the singular Miss Shepherd, a woman of uncertain origins who ‘temporarily’ parked her van in Bennett’s London driveway and proceeded to live there for fifteen years. 104 minutes

After a threat from the tiger Sher Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of self-discovery with the aid of the panther Bagheera, and the free-spirited bear Baloo. The Angry Birds Movie Friday, October 14 Rated PG 97 minutes

On an island populated almost entirely by happy, flightless birds, Red, a bird with a temper problem, speedy Chuck, and the volatile Bomb, have always been outsiders. But when the island is visited by mysterious green piggies, it's up to these unlikely outcasts to figure out what the pigs are up to.

“All the President’s Men” (1976) Friday, October 21 A reconstruction of the discovery of the White House link with the Watergate affair by two young reporters from the Washington Post. 138 minutes

Mother Goose Miss Dana Mondays: September 26-October 31 (except October 10) 10-10:30 am Ages 12-30 months Bring your baby and enjoy songs and nursery rhymes with Miss Dana. Have fun and meet new people! No registration is required.

Storytime Yoga NEW TIME! Miss Mary Hasel Wednesdays: October 5, 12, & 19 10:45-11:30am Ages 18 months-4 years with an adult Join Miss Mary for stories and have fun acting out the characters using bending, stretching, and yoga. Registration is required.

Sing-Along Storytime Miss Dana & Robert Bruey Wednesday, October 26 11-11:45am Ages 2 ½-4 Come to a special, interactive, Halloween-themed SingAlong Storytime. Miss Dana and Mr. Bruey will entertain with classic children’s songs and their own spin on some favorite stories. Registration is required.

NEW TIME!

Miss Dana Mondays: September 26-October 31 (except October 10) 1:30-2 pm Ages 2 ½ -4 years

Start your week off right. On Monday afternoons, enjoy a shared story reading followed by early literacy, interactive activities that focus on arts and crafts, science, and games. Registration is required.

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Registration is Required for All Programs! Jane Addams Book Club Ms. Penny and Ms. Johnson Grades 5-8 Read some cool books and take a trip to NYC to meet the authors! Wednesdays 4-5pm: Book read and discussion September 21 & 28, October 5 & 19:

Lighthouse Nightlight Judy Wilson Tuesday, October 11 4-5pm Grades 2-5 What better way to end a busy day than to be guided to the safe harbor of your bedroom by a handmade mini lighthouse? Red or blue, it’s up to you! Includes a battery operated tea light. Learn about some of our Long Island lighthouses.

Friday, October 21: Trip to NYC (Time and other details to be announced) Jane Addams was a social worker and the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. The books we will read together are winners in her honor and are based on peace, social justice and diversity. On Friday, October 21, we’ll travel to NYC to see the authors and illustrators accept their awards. An author meet & greet and book signing follow the ceremony. Contact Miss Penny:

Pumpkin Fun Miss Dana Thursday, October 13 4-5pm Grades K-3 Create a magnificently decorated pumpkin with our supply of materials! Decorate your pumpkin to look like a book character or however you desire. When you’re finished, make a mask inspired by Southold 3rd grader, Robert Campos.

[email protected] or Southold Jr/Sr High School librarian Ms. Johnson: [email protected] to find out more.

Bring a pumpkin to decorate. If you don’t have a pumpkin, call Miss Dana!

Fall Gardening Sonomi & Friends Wednesdays: September 28-October 26 3:30-5pm All Ages An open volunteer opportunity. Drop in anytime between 3:30-5pm to the Southold Elementary School’s community garden for planting, weeding, and harvesting.

Shadow Puppets Maureen Radigan Tuesday, October 25 4-5pm Grades 2 & up Days growing shorter? Learn how to play in the dark with a shadow puppet box! Transform an ordinary cardboard box into a theater, make unique shadow puppets, and perform with your puppets. Bring a box, a flashlight, and your creativity!

Fairy House Making Workshop Miss Dana, Miss Penny, Miss Mignon, & Mr. Joe Thursday, October 6 4-6pm Grades 3-8 Help build a home for your favorite fairy tale characters by bringing collected natural materials from your backyard, the beach, or the woods to the workshop. For a suggested list of materials, please ask Miss Dana or Miss Penny.

Explore all the possibilities that the library has to offer! Miss Dana will read to children, help find books that interest them, and teach library skills. Learn to use the on-line card catalog, find databases on our webpage for research, and access Homework Help resources.

Zumba Kids! Jo Anne Vitiello Fridays: Oct 7, Nov 4 & Dec 2 4:30-5pm for grades K-3 5:15-5:45 for grades 4-8 Follow the moves, get fit, make friends and have fun with Jo Anne at Zumba!

Fridays: Sept 30 & Oct 14 Ages 5-8 Ages 9+ 4

10:30-11:15 11:30-12:30

Clases Particulares de Inglés Para niños y jóvenes en todos los grados ¿Esta aprender de nuevo el idioma Inglés? ¿Necesita ayuda adicional para aprender a hablar y entender en Inglés? ¿Está luchando para mantenerse la tarea diaria de la escuela?

For children and teens in all grades Are you a new English Language Learner? Do you need extra help learning to speak and understand English? Are you struggling to keep up with your school and homework? The Southold Free Library has dedicated tutors who can meet with you weekly and help improve your English language skills. Stop by the library, call, or email Penny if you are interested: 631-765-2077 or [email protected]

La biblioteca libre de Southold ha dedicado a tutores que pueden reunirse con usted cada semana y ayudar a mejorar tus conocimientos del idioma Inglés. Pásate por la biblioteca, llamar o enviar un correo electrónico a Penny si te interesa: 631-765-2077 [email protected]

Registration is Required for All Programs!

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Ms. Johnson and Ms. Penny Wednesdays, Sept 21 and Oct 26 2:30-2:45 pm Meet in the Southold Jr/Sr HS library Grades 7 and up

Larissa Froeschl of LI Science Programs

Tuesday, October 18 4:30-5:30pm Grades 6 and up

Learn the history of “Real” vampires through a presentation including pictures and short video clips. We will discuss the scientific principles behind the theory of vampirism before making delicious “Vampire fang cookie sandwiches”.

Join us for a brief meeting and find out what a Teen Advisory Board is all about! Topic for discussion: Community Service activity for the fall. Curious enough to know more? It really won’t take much of your time - so come join us! Anyone in grades 7-12 (or the home-schooled equivalent) is welcome.

Science Wizard, Anthony Abbate Thursday, October 27 4-5pm Grades 6 and up

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Discover cool science while you have fun. Learn the difference between luminescence, phosphorescence, and fluorescence (bet you never knew). Become smarter while having fun! Paint a Glow-in-the-dark t-shirt to keep!

Registration is Required for All Programs! Weekly English Conversation Group Carol Vitiretti and Elizabeth Hogan Wednesdays beginning October 12 7pm Practice your English in an encouraging and relaxed atmosphere. The sessions are for all skill levels and nationalities. Medicare Plans & Options Two dates to choose from: Saturday, October 1 at 2pm or Thursday, October 20 at 3pm Senior Services of America, a resource for educating seniors and retirees Do you have questions about your Medicare Health Insurance Options? Do you want to lower your RX costs? Do you know how to maximize your entitlements? Making the right choice will give you peace of mind.

Chair and Restorative Yoga (seated, standing, and some mat poses) Judy Arnone Saturdays: Sept 17, 24, Oct 1, 15, 29, Nov 5, 12, and Dec 3, and 17 10-11:30am Registration is required

and begins Monday, September 12. A $45 fee is required. ($5 per session)

Yoga engages your mind, body and spirit. These classes will help to increase your balance, flexibility, strength and stamina while decreasing stress, muscle tension and blood pressure. Please bring a yoga mat or towel and dress comfortably.

Genealogy 101 Joanne Doering Thursdays October 20-November 17 10am-12:30pm Learn how to find out more about your family history with free online resources. Join us for five sessions to research, document your findings, and present your family history in your own perRegistration Required! sonally meaningful way. WiFi is available, so bring your laptop or tablet. A limited number of library laptops are Cold Stunned Sea Turtle Informational available if you don’t have your own. Tuesday, October 4 Registration Required! 7pm The Riverhead Foundation Bus Trip 9/11 Memorial Museum Sea turtles in distress need your help! Saturday, October 1 Sea turtles inhabit New York waters during the summer Must register by Tuesday, September 20 and fall before heading south to warmer waters. Cost: $75 per person Cold stunning is a condition that slows the movements $70 seniors and military of afflicted sea turtles and causes them to get washed Depart: 8:30am King Kullen, Cutchogue ashore on New York beaches. This condition can become Return: Leaving NYC at 4pm fatal if left unnoticed. When found, it’s imperative to report Tickets are non-refundable. these turtles to the Riverhead Foundation. Visit the 911 Memorial Museum located at the World Trade Center site. Tickets include transportation, admisConcert! New York Exceptions sion and tour. Sunday, October 16, 2pm Dave Scotti and his doo-wop band bring you back in time to your favorite oldies music from the 50s, 60s and 70s! You’ll want to get up and dance! Sponsored by the Friends of the Southold Library.

Living Long Term: Protect Your Quality of Life Long Term Care Planning Group of New York Tuesday, October 18, 2pm Learn how to protect your independence and not be a burden to your family. Discussion will include Medicare, Medicaid, Long Term Care Options, and NYS Partnership for Long Term 6 Care. Registration Required!

Enjoy lunch on your own. A short walk from the museum is the popular Hudson Eats at Brookfield Place which reinvented the food court, with its array of 14 gourmet options from popular NYC restaurants. Trip is jointly offered by the Cutchogue, Floyd, and Southold Libraries. Concert in the Pocket Park Featuring

Southold Slim & Friends

Join us for an afternoon of music under the trees. Southold Slim and friends bring their own unique musical styles with Banjo, Acoustic Guitar, harmonica and more, all the right ingredients for a perfect Sunday afternoon. Bring a chair or blanket. Refreshments!

September 25, 3pm

in the Library’s Pocket Park, just east of the Library.

Monthly Book Discussion Group

The Foreign Policy Association (FPA) Monday evenings

Led by Caroline MacArthur Thursdays at 10:30am All are welcome!

October 6: Dead Wake by Erik Larson

Great Decisions: America’s largest discussion program on world affairs

November 3: All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Sponsored by the Cutchogue, Floyd Memorial, and Southold Libraries •

September 19 at 6pm (Floyd) “CUBA AND THE U.S”



October 24 at 7pm (Southold) “KOREAN CHOICES”

December 1: The Wright Brothers by David McCullough

• November 28 at 6pm (Cutchogue) “CLIMATE GEOPOLITICS: THE ROAD TO PARIS AND BEYOND”

In each of the sessions, attendees will view a 30 minute documentary followed by a moderated discussion. The mission of the Foreign Policy Association is to serve as a catalyst for developing awareness, understanding, and informed opinion on U.S. foreign policy and global issues. The Great Decisions 2016 Briefing Book, provides analyses on eight issues of concern to U.S. policymakers today and each library will have a copy for circulation. Additional copies will be available for purchase at $25 each.

Join us at Southold Library for “Nature’s Journal” with John Holzapfel, a popular monthly series of talks about the environment all around us on the North Fork. The program will feature a little science, lots of pictures, and a timely discussion of nature’s activities for the month. This program is simulcast LIVE from Peconic Landing and projected as a movie, onto the Library Community Room’s big screen for you to enjoy. John is a science teacher and former Southold Town Trustee. He is also a local oyster farmer.

Saturday, November 19

Join us Fridays at 4pm at Southold Free Library

9am-4pm (1/2 hour lunch break)

Volunteer instructor, Bernie Kettenbeil Geared to drivers 50+

September 30 October 21

Reduce Your Insurance Rates!

Make check out to AARP (sorry, no cash or credit) $20 for AARP members $25 for non-members

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September & October Featured artist:

There are books, audiobooks, playaways, ebooks loaded onto Kindles and Nooks, magazines, music CDs, DVDs and more to borrow! We have fishing poles and tackle boxes to lure your catch of the day, as well as a telescope to view the stars, moon, and planets from your backyard!

Melissa Hyatt Desimone

All Southold and Peconic residents can get a library card and access all we have to offer! There is no age minimum, but those under 18 need to bring in their parent when signing up for a new library card.

“Meet the Artist” reception: Sunday, September 11 2-4pm

Did You Know… There are self-guided video tutorials on the Library’s public computers for you to explore. All tutorials are taught by experts and you can proceed at an easy-tounderstand pace. Borrow our headphones or bring your own. You will find basic level computer skills and beyond such as:

• HTML web design • Create for the 3D printer • Java (beginner & advanced) • Javascript • Python 3

53705 Main Road PO Box 697 Southold, NY 11971 (631) 765-2077 www.southoldlibrary.org

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Board of Trustees David Robinson, President Bridget Rymer, Vice President Kevin Shannon, Treasurer Cheryle Amara, Secretary Paula Breen Christopher Gallagher Mark Heidemann Larry Jungblut David Shanks

• C & C++ • Word, Excel, & Powerpoint • Windows 7 • Windows 10 • Program your Arduino, too!

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Hours 1pm - 5pm 9:30am – 9pm 9:30am – 9pm 9:30am – 9pm 9:30am – 9pm 9:30am – 9pm 9:30am – 5pm

Library Closed Monday, October 10

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