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Shinnecock with Janine Tinsley Roe

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.
Join Our Newest Reading Club:
1000 Books before Kindergarten!
1000 Books before Kindergarten!
 

Research shows that children get ready to read years before they start school so this is the first step in encouraging your child to love books. 1000 may sound like a big number, but if you read just one book a night for three years, you'll have read even more than 1000! So come into the library, pick up a kit (available at the Main’s Youth & Parent Services Reference Desk or the Station Branch Reference Desk), and help your child develop a love of reading. They will even earn prizes along the way

2014 Radio City Christmas Spectacular
2014 Radio City Christmas Spectacular

with Roundtrip LIRR Train Ticket
Tuesday, December 9th at 8:15 am
Register using Code HMA597
Meet at the Huntington Train Station PROMPTLY for the 8:55am train & 11:00am Show Performance
Take a thrilling 3D ride through the skies of New York with Santa Claus to the North Pole! Enjoy The Rockettes, the Nutcracker, and the Living Nativity at this annual tradition.
Registration required in-person with non-refundable $65.00 per person fee, payable to the Huntington Public Library by check or money order. Includes show ticket and round trip train ticket. Receive the show ticket at registration. The train ticket to be given out at the train station on December 9, where all attending board together and sit in the first car. All sales are final and no refunds will be issued. HPL cardholders only. Four (4) tickets per family limit. Lunch and return train trip on your own.

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