Happening at the Williston Park Library


From the Director:
We are no longer accepting donations at this time. We hope to begin in late Spring, but the date is still to be determined. Please DO NOT put donations in the outdoor book bins.
New titles added to the collection:
Face the Music: A Memoir—Peter Duchin
Churchill Sisters: The Extraordinary Lives of Winston & Clementine’s Daughters—Rachel Trethewey
Autopsy—Patricia Cornwell
White Hot Hate: A True Story of Domestic Terrorism in America’s Heartland—Dick Lehr
Do I Know You?—Sarah Strohmeyer
Postmistress of Paris—Meg White Clayton
City of Shadows—Victoria Thompson
Garbo—Robert Gottlieb
These Precious Days—Ann Patchett
Paris Detective—James Patterson
Criminal Mischief—Stuart Woods
Observations by Gaslight: Stories from the World of Sherlock Holmes—Lyndsay Faye
Threat Point—Jerome Preisler
Last Dance of the Debutante—Julia Kelly

Our Daily Hours Are:

Browsing &Vestibule Pick-Up: Monday-Friday: 10am-5:30pm and Saturday: 10am-4pm

“Open for Browsing” means you can come inside, walk around the Library, and look for books and other items. Please limit your time to 1 hour. Only one family at a time will be permitted in the Children’s Room.

Items requested over the phone can be picked up in the Library vestibule.

Please maintain social distancing practices while in the Library.

All customers and staff are required to wear face coverings at all times while in the Library, per Executive Order 202.17. Face coverings must cover both your mouth and nose.

Congregating is not permitted.

Three computers are available for public use for a limit of 30 minutes.

Library items may now be returned inside the library

Adult Programs
Reiki—Thursdays—February 3 & 17; March 17 & 31—6pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall. $10 p/person.
Knitting Circle—Thursday—February 3, 17; March 3/17 & 31 —11:30 am-1:30 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall.
Book Club—March 2—7pm via Zoom. Copies of Nature of Fragile Things will be at the Circulation Desk. Author Susan Meissner will join the discussion via Zoom.
Irish Heritage Cooking with Barbara Sheridan—Tuesday—March 8—6 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall. Limited to 25 participants. Masks are required. Call the library (742-1820) or email willistonparkprograms@gmail.com to register.
Empire Safety Driving Course—Wednesday—March 30—10 am-4 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for drivers of all ages. $30 p/person with check payable to Empire Safety Council. Limited to 25 participants. Masks are required.

Children’s Programs
Storytime—Tuesdays—February 8, 15, 23 (Wednesday); March 1, 8, 16 (Wednesday), 22, & 29—11-11:45 am in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for children ages 1-4. Limited to 10 children plus caregiver. Masks required for everyone over 2 years old. Please call the library to register. No walk-ins.
Lego Tower Challenge—Thursday—February 24—11 am-12 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for children of all ages. Masks are required. Limited to 12 participants. Register at willistonparkprograms@gmail.com
Sensational Playtime: OT for Kids—Thursday—March 10—10:30 am-11:30 am in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for children 18-36 months. Led by 2 occupational therapists, this program emphasizes learning and developmental motor skills. Limited to 15 participants. Call, stop by or email (willistonparkprograms@gmail) to register.
Tie-Dye T-shirt workshop—Tuesday—April 19—11:30 am-12:30 pm in the Assembly Room of Village Hall for children ages 4+. Limited to 15 participants. $15 material fee (includes t-shirt) Register at willistonparkprograms@gmail.com or call the library at 742-1820. Please specify shirt size. Masks are required.

Come into the Library for a free children’s craft every Monday for Take and Make Mondays.

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