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JUNE PROGRAMS AT HUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

Program: Fairy Tale Fest! presented by The Little People’s Theatre

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library

Address:  338 Main Street, Huntington, NY  11743

Date: Friday, June 3

Time: 7:00  – 8:30 pm

Description: Join us for a new twist on some of your favorite fairytales! This rollicking theatrical

performance includes these funny titles: Snow White and the Seven Doors, Rapunzel and Prince Bob, & Is Beauty a Beast? FREE. OPEN TO ALL. REGISTER by calling 631-427-5165, x231. www.thehuntingtonlibrary.org

Program: New York and the Civil War with Dr. Richard Welch

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library

Address:  338 Main Street, Huntington, NY  11743

Date: Sunday, June 5

Time: 3:00 pm

Description: Dr. Welch explores the economic, social, and political effects of the Civil War on New York City and Long Island. The issues of volunteering, the draft, manufacturing, and home front morale all receive attention during this illustrated talk. FREE. OPEN TO ALL. REGISTER by calling 631-427-5165. www.thehuntingtonlibrary.org

Program: A Plant Lover’s Guide to Caumsett State Historic Park

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library

Address:  338 Main Street, Huntington, NY  11743

Date:  Thursday, June 9

Time: 7:00 pm

Description: Dr. Andrew M. Greller, professor of botany, ecology, and bioclimatology at Queens College, shares slides illustrating different landscapes in Caumsett, the various plant communities, and the native plants and wildflowers prominent in each. Caumsett cliffs are the source of plant fossils that date from the Upper Cretaceous (ca. 85 million years old). See, learn about and compare these fossils. FREE. OPEN TO ALL. REGISTER by calling 631-427-5165. www.thehuntingtonlibrary.org

Program: Remembering… My Father’s Place

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library

Address:  338 Main Street, Huntington, NY  11743

Date: Friday, June 17

Time: 7:30 pm

Description: A fun-filled evening with Michael “Eppy” Epstein, the founder of My Father’s Place, recently inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. Bryant Avenue in Roslyn today shows no sign of the excitement that took place there between 1971 and 1987 with performances by Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Bob Marley, The Ramones, U2, and many others. Enjoy stories and photos, and the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of the book Fun and Dangerous by Eppy Epstein and Steve Rosenfield. FREE. OPEN TO ALL. REGISTER by calling 631-427-5165. www.thehuntingtonlibrary.org

Program: Breast Cancer Awareness / Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Support Program

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library / Station Branch

Address:  1335 New York Avenue, Huntington Station, NY 11746
Date: Saturday, June 18

Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Description: Sisters United in Health, from Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Support Program, offer information about breast cancer and prevention, as well as emotional

support for those with or concerned about cancer. Established in 1980, this organization

has over 100 volunteers, most of whom are breast cancer survivors themselves. FREE. OPEN TO ALL. REGISTER by calling 631-427-5165. www.thehuntingtonlibrary.org

Program: SUFFOLK COUNTY’S 2011 BATTLE OF THE BOOKS

Venue Name: Huntington Public Library / Station Branch

Address:  1335 New York Avenue, Huntington Station, NY 11746
Date: Tuesday, June 28 (First Team Meeting)

Time: 6:00 pm pm

Description: Entering Grades 6 – 9 and love to read? Have a photographic memory? Are you a stickler for details? Do you love fame and notoriety? Then the Battle of the Books is for you! Memorize a ridiculous amount of details as we build our team for the finals in August. Have fun and make new friends while doing it!

These programs are FREE and OPEN TO ALL. Some require registration.

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