For Adults

Virtual Programs: For Adults

Programs will require registration and will be held either in person or via Zoom or other similar platform. For more information on how to register and participate in Zoom programs, click here.

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

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Adult DIY Boba Tea (Take Home Kit)

We’ll provide all the ingredients necessary to make Boba Tea. Patrons will be contacted when kits are available for pick up. One kit per library card. West Babylon Card holders only. Registration is full.


Upside down floerpots painted white with birdhouses on them.

Hanging Painted Flower Pot (Virtual with Kit)

Join Shirley Ruby virtually to learn how to paint a birdhouse on a hanging pot – the perfect decor for the Summer! Registration is full. Video link will be available May 24-June 7.

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

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Project Hope Counsel Services (In Person)

12-3:30 pm

Through an emotional support helpline, educational materials, and trusted referrals, NY Project Hope helps  people manage and cope with changes brought on by Covid-19. Patrons will be helped on a first come, first served basis.


clip art drawing of a woman in different yoga poses

Yoga (In Person)

6-7 pm

Join Heather Casale for this monthly yoga series. Registration is full.


Spring Is Seriously Delish Food Festival (Virtual)


Chef Rob shows you how to make some delectable spring treats. Program will take place on the Library’s Facebook page. A link to the Facebook event and the recipes will be provided by the Library. Registration is underway.

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Senior Advocate (In Person)

10 am-12 pm

A Suffolk County Office for the Aging representative will be here to help with Medicaid, Senior ID Cards, food stamps & more. Patrons will be helped on a first come, first served basis.


Scrimshaw box with compass rose made out of baleen.

Scrimshaw Art Workshop (In Person)

7-8 pm

Join The Whaling Museum & Education Center of Cold Spring Harbor to discover an art form popularized during the age of whaling. Discover how whalers carved teeth, bone, and baleen into beautiful works of art with hidden meanings and create scrimshaw art on a keepsake box. Registration is underway. Non-refundable/transferable materials fee: $5.

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