Menu
 
Community Focus Groups
We are conducting Community Focus Groups throughout the day on Monday, January 12, 2015, at the Main Library. We are interested in learning about your experiences, thoughts, and ideas about library service and are inviting adults, business and community leaders, educators, parents, senior citizens, and teens to participate in one of eight various focus groups with our Facility Planning experts, Kimberly Bolan and Associates. We would greatly appreciate your participation and assistance in planning for a library experience that will continue to delight you and your family. Your input is vital to this project. Please consider joining us for an hour on January 12.
For detailed information regarding available times or to participate, please contact either Assistant Director Kristine Casper at 631-427-5165, ext, 203, or email at , or Assistant Director Teresa Schwind at 631-427-5165 ext. 202, or email at . Thank you very much for your interest in the continued success of the Huntington Public Library. We look forward to seeing you and hearing your ideas.

 

Meet Our New Director!
Joanne Adam
The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Joanne Adam has been appointed as the new Director of the Huntington Public Library. Joanne begins her new role on January 1, 2015. We are very excited to have Joanne to lead our team into the future. Please join us in welcoming Joanne to our community.
Shinnecock with Janine Tinsley Roe
Saturday, November 8 • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Register using code HMA946
For thousands of years, before Europeans settled on Long Island, the Shinnecock and other Native American Indian tribes, called the island “home”. They ensured early settlers’ survival during their first winter by helping them to prepare shelters, teaching them how to hunt, fish, and farm in their new location. Janine Tinsley-Roe, founder of The Shinnecock-Sewanaka Society Inc., and Thom Hoffman, filmmaker, produced the film Shinnecock to bring awareness to this important part of Long Island history. This program of film, lecture, and Q&A, presents the history, culture, and unique perspectives of the Native people. It is a microcosm for nation-wide efforts advocating social justice, environmental stewardship, and re-examination of the unjust portrayal of Native history. Registration required. Open to all.

 

English French Spanish

Search & Register for

2019 Annual Carnival
Stony Brook University
A Social Work Intern from Stony Brook University will be on-site in both buildings for patrons to meet with, free of charge. Please call the reference desk at either buildings for details:

631-427-5165, ext. 250 or ext. 123

credit 300pxw

Go to top