There are events and activities scheduled every day at Bayport-Blue Point and Sayville libraries; kids, teens, adults and families can participate in a variety of fun workshops for a small fee. Registration required for some events. For more information, click here (Sayville) or here (Bayport-Blue Point). See what's happening this week at our local libraries.
It's at Bayport-Blue Point Library. Today's featured film, The Debt, begins at 1 p.m. The movie stars Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington and Tom Wilkinson.
Dec. 13, the Sayville Library Board of Trustees meets in the conference room at 7 p.m.
Presenter Janice Hurley will host Suffolk County's Learn to be Tobacco Free Program on Dec. 13 in the A/B meeting rooms of the Sayville Library. Beginning at 6 p.m., the program helps tobacco users break the addiction to nicotine by teaching them the emotional and habitual aspects of addiction as well as providing them with tools to help sever their connection to tobacco.
At 7 p.m. on Dec. 13, head to B-BP Library for a holiday treat. Join actor and Hofstra Artistic Director Bob Spiotto as he performs .
The B-BP Library Board of Trustees also meets this week- Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. in the board room.
For a fee of $20, adults 50-years and older can engage in a Senior Fitness class Dec. 15, 1 p.m. at Sayville Library. While seated in a chair, participants engage in weight bearing activities using dumbbells and resistance bands. Emphasis is placed on increasing muscular strength, flexibility and functional skills for daily living. Participants are encouraged to supply their own dumbbells. (3 or 5 lb. weights or 2 soup cans) Bands will be supplied. Please consult with a physician before beginning any new exercise program.
Also on Dec. 15, the Kiwanis Club of Sayville meets at the library, 7:15 p.m. Contact 563-2494 for more information. The name "Kiwanis" means "we trade" or "we share our talents." It was coined from an American Indian expression, Nunc Kee-wanis. Kiwanians are volunteers changing the world through service to children and communities, according to the Sayville organization website.