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Fri. & Sat.: 9:30 am - 5 pm

Sunday: Closed

North Shore Publich Library

Adult Programs

For a listing of all our Programs, click here.

Lobby Pickup Is Available By Request. Click Here For More Information!

We have scheduled some virtual programs that will be presented with the ZOOM platform. Please use this link to download Zoom: https://zoom.us/signup.

Late Arrival Guidelines: A grace period of 10 minutes will be given to patrons attending a program. Admittance after this arrival time is at the discretion of the library staff.

In-Library Exhibit

Art by Sally Ann Keller - Stormy Seas front pageArt Exhibit – Sally Ann Keller: The Magic of Atmosphere in Watercolor

Sally Anne Keller, watercolorist for over 20 years, is inspired by the light, color, and atmosphere provided by nature. She aims to paint and exhibit land and seascapes intermingled with fog, dust, wind, rain, and sunshine. Sally paints with a passion that allows viewers to reflect on a very real feeling through smell and other senses.

In the Glass Display Case: Photography and Poetry by Terry Dion

    • Artist Reception – Saturday, June 1, 1:30 – 3:00 PM
      • Watercolorist, Sally Ann Keller will be in our Gallery space to talk with visitors about her artwork. Come meet the artist and enjoy some treats at an Artist Reception hosted by The Friends of the Library.

teddy bears reading a bookBook Discussions

For a listing of some upcoming book discussions, please click the image to the left or the below link!

chalkboard with hello written in different languages with a girl on a laptop smilingLanguage Learning Classes

For a listing of upcoming Language Learning Classes, please click the image or the below link.

front entrance of the North Shore Public LibraryConcerts & Special Events

For a listing of past, current, and future concerts and their links to view them, please click the image or this link below!

Film Movie ReelMovies At NSPL

No registration! Everyone welcome!

  • When registering you must provide your email address.
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Below you will find a listing of programs through June along with their registration dates.

Ongoing Virtual and In-Person Adult Programming

  • **Click Here to be taken to a listing of all ongoing Adult Programs**

    • Examples of programs that are ongoing include:
      • Breathe Together Series, Creative Writing, Canasta Anyone?, Knittin’ Time, Knittin’ Tuesdays, & Stitch and Quilt.
    • For these ongoing programs, registration for May begins on 4/20 (4/25 non-residents), & June begins on 5/20 (5/25 non-residents) unless otherwise noted.

May Virtual Programs

Computer/technology: Introduction to ChatGPT via Zoom, Adults **Virtual**

Thursday, May 30, 7:00-8:30 PM

In this Zoom class, you will learn about the latest technology to hit mainstream; ChatGPT. Students will learn about the newest AI, ChatGPT and how to navigate the site and use the Chat safely, and much more. No prerequisites.

May In Person/In Library Programs

Yoga for Early Summer, Adults

Thursdays in May 23, 30, June 6, & 13, 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Nonrefundable fee of $20 (cash/check) paid in-person. Balancing our energy in the springtime comes with many specific breathing exercises, twists, and hips. Bring a yoga mat and 2 blocks. (5/2-6/13)

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 4/20

Learn to Play Canasta, Adults

Fridays, May 24 & 31, 1:00 – 3:00 PM

Join us to learn or refresh yourself with the card game Canasta.  You will learn the techniques and strategies of this fun game.  Enjoy socializing while learning to play with a partner. Canasta is both challenging and stimulating, and played by men and women.  Come and have some fun! (5/17-5/31)

Chair Yoga for Every Body, Adults

Tuesdays, May 28, June 4, & 11, 1:30 – 2:30 PM

Nonrefundable fee of $10 (cash/check) paid in-person. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.  Enjoy the many benefits of yoga while using a chair instead of a mat.  If you’ve ever hesitated to try yoga, this is a good place to start! (5/7-6/11)

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 4/20

Yoga for Every Body, Adults

Wednesdays, May 29, June 5, & 12, 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Nonrefundable fee of $16 (cash/check) paid in-person. Join us in this gentle yoga class for beginner and experienced students alike. The relaxed pace may improve balance, flexibility and strength. Bring yoga mat/blanket. (5/1-6/12)

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 4/20

Device Advice, Adults

Wednesdays, May 29, June 5, 12, (no 6/19) & 26,  6:00 – 8:00 PM

NSPL Cardholders only! Please bring your device and a Librarian will help you access the Library streaming products or assist with installing the Libby app to your device.

  • No Registration Required

Computer/technology: Introduction to Canva, Adults

Wednesday, May 29, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

In this hands-on class, learn how to create beautiful designs and professional graphics with Canva. Whether it is a photo editor, create picture collage, logo, invitation or poster, Canva makes online graphic design easy. Prerequisite – basic computer skills.

Tai Chi Flo, Adults

Fridays, May 31, June 7, & 14, 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Nonrefundable fee of $20 (cash/check) paid in-person. Tai Chi and Qigong is a harmonious form of gentle exercise that is beneficial for breath, flexibility and balance. (5/3-6/14)

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 4/20

June Virtual Programs

Virtual Mat Pilates, Adults **Virtual** 

Mondays, June 3, 10, 17, & 24, 10:00 – 11:00 AM

This Pilates class aimed to lengthen and tone with low-impact and high result. Pilates promotes a heightened clarity between the mind and body to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and awareness with full-body workouts with no muscle untouched, leaving you feeling energized, restored, and renewed. Grab your mat and let’s get started! Open to ALL levels. (5/6-6/24)

Virtual Gentle Stretch, Adults **Virtual** 

Mondays, June 3, 10, 17, & 24, 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Gentle Stretching for Adults and Seniors. (6/3-6/24)

Block Island Seafood Cooks, Adults **Virtual**

Monday, June 3, 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Summer is right around the corner, so welcome the Block Island Seafood Company for some summer dishes you can have at the ready throughout the season.  Craig Geraghty will demonstrate Cajun Grilled Shrimp over Caesar Salad and Spicy Clams with Tomatoes and Corn over pasta.

Queer Pride on the Lower East Side, Adults **Virtual**

Wednesday, June 5, 7:00 – 8:15 PM

From secret lives rediscovered to famous activists and organizations, join us for an exploration of the LGBTQIA+ history of the Lower East Side! Making use of oral histories from residents of our historic tenement buildings, personal memoirs, and archival research, we will examine a century of material to uncover a vibrant and visible Queer community while tracing the unique connection between our neighborhood and the growth of Queer culture and identity in New York City and beyond.

Sisters in the Wind . . . the road less traveled, Adults **Virtual**

Thursday, June 13, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

Certain adventurous women chose a different path to freedom and independence by riding bicycles and motorcycles. Riding these machines challenged social mores and led to a change in how society viewed women. It also changed the way women viewed themselves. In the late 1800s, early 1900s “The New Woman” started riding these “freedom machines” and could for the first time venture out without a male chaperon. Now women could exercise in fresh air in public. These new activities necessitated a change in women’s dress. Long Victorian dresses, corsets, and bustles were replaced by form fitting outfits. Lady motorcyclists wore leather pants and jackets. The bicycle became a symbol for the struggle for the vote. Slip into your gear, strap on your helmet, and join the “Sisters in the Wind … the road less traveled!” Let’s Ride!

June In Person/In Library Programs

Artist Reception

Saturday, June 1, 1:30 – 3:00 PM

Watercolorist, Sally Ann Keller will be in our Gallery space to talk with visitors about her artwork. Come meet the artist and enjoy some treats at an Artist Reception hosted by The Friends of the Library.

  • No Registration Required

Strength Training, Adults

Mondays, June 3, 10, & 17, 7:00 – 8:00 PM

Nonrefundable fee of $20 (cash/check) paid in-person. Build strength and fitness tailored to meet the needs of participants. Bring hand-held weights (your choice of  2 weights- 1 – 5 lbs.), yoga mat, and water. (5/6-6/17)

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 4/20

Paper Flowers: Oriental Poppies, Adults

Tuesday, June 4, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Nonrefundable fee of $4 (cash/check) paid in-person. In this program we will create several stemmed Oriental Poppies from a paper made from wood.  These vibrant flowers will add cheer to any room in your home.

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 5/20

Friends of the Library Meeting, Adults

Wednesday, June 5, 10:30 AM

Join the Friends of the Library to assist with the book sales and artist receptions.

  • No Registration Required

Medicare Counseling, Adults

Tuesday, June 11, 12:30 – 2:30 PM

  • Call (631) 929-4488 ext. 225 for more info and to register!

Computer/technology: Introduction to Quick Books, Adults

Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

In this lecture and demo class, you will learn the basics of QuickBooks, including setting up and customizing QB for your business, creating and editing the Chart of Accounts, working with Centers, understanding Items, creating Estimates and Invoices, and more. Prerequisites: For intermediate and advanced computer users.

Paint Party: Lighthouse Wood Plank, Adults

Wednesday, June 12, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Nonrefundable fee of $10 (cash/check) paid in-person.  In this hands-on class, you will be guided in painting a Lighthouse onto wood to decorate your home.

  • Pay Fee/Register In Person – Registration begins 5/20

AARP Safe Driver Course, Adults

Tuesday, June 18 & Thursday, June 19, 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM

Designed for Adults over the age of 50 years. Bring your driver’s license and a check/or money order for $30 made out AARP to first class. Bring your AARP membership card for a reduced fee of $25. Must attend both sessions for your certificate of completion.

Savvy Sightseer’s Prague: A Photographer’s Dream Destination, Adults

Tuesday, June 18, 7:00 – 8:00 PM

The Czechia capital goes by several names: City of a Hundred Spires, the Golden City, the Mother of Cities, the Heart of Europe and one-time co-base of the Holy Roman Empire. Its history is deep and varied; its sights are captivating. Its culture is steeped in tradition and also new and quirky. Prague’s architecture is a cornucopia of artistic expression, from old-world charm to an ultra-modern.  Join us for tips for travel to Prague.

“Health SBSH”  Virtual Programs: Ticks & Tick-Borne Disease – What You Need to Know! , Adults **Virtual**

Thursday, June 20, 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Chances are that you, or someone you know, has been diagnosed with Lyme or another tick-borne disease.   Jerry Simons, PA-C, a member of the Medical Advisory Panel of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Regional Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center, and an Assistant Professor at Stony Brook Medicine, will speak about the types of diseases that are carried by the different species of ticks found on Eastern Long Island, and the symptoms, diagnostic tests, and treatment options that are available. Tips on preventing tick bites will also be shared

Crafts With Theresa!

The below link will direct you to a page with multiple Do It Yourself craft videos, including Bird Feeders, I Love My Pet Collage, Garden Terrariums, and Simple Sugar Scrub, all of which can be done while at home. For Teens, Adults, and Families, these crafts are fun and entertaining! Please click the links below for all the projects.

Acts of Kindness For People and Pets

This program consists of a compilation of 6 projects with step-by-step instructions that give back to people and pets. Through Theresa’s programs, she does a lot for many of the animal shelters on Long Island, as well as Meals on Wheels, and the Homeless Coalition. She facilitates over 100 programs that give back and will be giving ideas through this program. 2 hours of Community Service

Savvy Sightseer Armchair Travel Series

Missing North Shore Public Library’s Savvy Sightseer Travel Series? Savvy Sightseer, Jeanne Schnupp, is offering virtual trips for all to enjoy! Please click the link below to go on a trip with Jeanne and to see the listing of upcoming “trips.” These classes are great for families, teens, and adults!

Cooking Demo

Are you missing our cooking programs with Simply Creative Chef Rob Scott? He has helped you out by posting some cooking demos online! Click the following link for a listing of demos and their recipes!

Small Business Development Center at Stony Brook University

Atención negocios Hispanos!

The Small Business Development Center at Stony Brook University is full of useful information regarding grants, loans, plans, business reopening suggestions and requirements, and more all revolving around small businesses and the Covid-19 Pandemic.

New York COVID-19 Information

Defensive Driving

If you need to take a Defensive Driving course, please visit the below link to connect to a variety of options, some for AARP, and even some for AAA members.


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