Adult Programs – Lectures

Shoulder Pain & Rotator Cuff Workshop

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Thursday, May 7 at 7:00pm

A Physical Therapist from Farmingdale Physical Therapy will be here to teach you about some of the most common causes of shoulder pain and injury, treatment, and discuss a plan of care. Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: April 23


Maximizing your social security and retirement income: Timing, Taxes, Health Care, and More!

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Tuesday, May 19 at 7PM

At what age should I apply for Social Security? Do spousal benefits still exist? What about taxes on my Social Security income? Please join us as we discuss the details to learn how to make better choices and keep more money in your pocket during retirement. Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: May 5


The Art of Seed Saving

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Thursday, May 21 at 7PM

Join Louann Roth from the Cornell Cooperative Extension and learn how to process seeds for successful planting next year. This hands-on demonstration of seed saving focuses on heirloom varieties and the importance of these historically popular plants. Proper labeling and storage methods will be discussed. Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: May 7


Jazz Age Escape

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Thursday, May 28 at 6:30PM

Welcome to the Jazz Age. As bootleggers, you must bring and hide party supplies in Jay Gatsby’s mansion for his birthday party. Do you have what it takes to decipher our clues and escape our Great Gatsby-themed room before you are caught? Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: May 21


Take Part in the Buy Nothing Trend

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Tuesday, June 16 at 7PM

There’s a big trend to consuming less. It reduces our carbon footprint and saves money. This
lecture will teach you how to source items to decorate the home, buy clothing, children’s items, garden supplies, and more. We’ll also discuss the Buy Nothing Project which encourages people to give used items away and ask for items they may need. Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: June 2


“Pusu Qhuni” Film Screening

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Saturday, June 20 at 1PM

80 years ago, Seediq people living in the mountains of Taiwan organized an uprising against the Japanese colonial rulers: the rebellion known as the “Wushe Incident”. In this documentary, the descendants of the Wushe survivors talk about that history from their point of view, and lead us to the places where the tragedies took place. Refreshments/socializing at 1PM, movie begins at 2PM. Presented by the AACCU and TCC.

No Registration Required


Not Exactly James Bond, But…

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Thursday, July 2 at 2PM

The story of women’s contributions to America’s war efforts are some of the most interesting
stories in the world of espionage. Women have acted as spies since Biblical times. Join author and retired teacher Linda Maria Frank as she discusses the women of the Culper Spy Ring, George Washington’s Secret Service, The Civil War, WWI & WWII, and more. Preference given to UFSD #22 residents. You MUST use a valid library card to register.

Online Registration: June 18