For the health and safety of the community from the recent surge of the highly contagious variants of the COVID-19 virus, the Library will be enforcing that masks be worn by everyone age 2 and older. This action is in accordance with CDC guidelines and recommendations from the NYS Governor.
If you need to contact a Librarian or need help with your library card, please see below:
- Click Here To Email A Reference Librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Click Here If You Need A New or Replacement Library Card
Fold Into the New Year – Origami Project Take & Make
Create something beautiful by joining NSPL’s Community Origami Project. From December 20 to February 28, we will have Origami Make and Take kits and Origami stations in the Library where you can make origami to donate for display as well as keep a few for yourself. Origami donated to the Library for display will be available to view by the end of February. Origami stations will be around the Library beginning Monday, January 3. Click the below projects to register!
- Fold Into the New Year: Be Mine – Registration Begins 1/21
Take and Make Programs
For a full listing of the upcoming Take and Make programs, please click the link below. Registration dates are listed next to each programs registration link.
**NEW** Young Adult Book Lists!
Community Service Opportunities
For a variety of options regarding community service or volunteering opportunities, click the below link. New opportunities are added when they come up!
19 Webcomics To Keep Kids and Teens Engaged
If you are looking for ways to keep your comics-loving kids and teens occupied, try these free webcomics promise to eat up hours of time.
Virtual Coding Clubs
Sign up for coding clubs lead by Vidcode coding experts. These meetings are held each Tuesday, at 3:00 PM. This is great for coders of all experience levels (age 11 years old and up).
Long Island Aquarium Learning Resources & Crafts
Long Island Aquarium Educators have designed age-appropriate learning resources and activities for grades K-12. The lesson plans focus on the animals found at Long Island Aquarium and highlight their taxonomy and adaptations. While they can be used solely in the classroom, these lesson plans also include activities specifically for use when touring the Aquarium.