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Citizenship Class
Wednesdays, May 9, 16, 30; June 6, 13 & 27 • 6:0 0 pm · Station Community Room
Register using code HSA117
Planning on taking the Citizenship exam? Learn about the process of becoming a citizen, prepare for your citizenship interview and study United States history and government for the examination in these classes led by Laura McKinley.   Registration required. Open to all.

 

 

 

Painting the English Countryside in Watercolors with Anne Gunthner
Thursdays, May 17, 24, 31; June 7, 14 & 21 • 1:00 - 3:00 pm · Station Community Room
Register using code HSA311
Join Anne Gunthner for an art class based on her travels to England. She will provide all the inspiration needed. Techniques covered will include creating textures, washes, lift in out, wet-on-wet, dry brush glazing and much more. Please bring a watercolor paper pad (no larger than 12”x16”), watercolors (in tube or palette set), paper towels, small bowl, brushes and a mixing tray. All levels welcome. A non-refundable payment of $30.00 is due at time of registration online or in person by check or money order made payable to Huntington Public Library.   Registration required. HPL cardholders only.

 

Geeks, Books & Coffee
Monday, June 25 • 6:00 pm • Station Community Room
Register using code HSA274
Join the library book club that is going to discuss all things geek culture. Books and comics are being turned into Movies & TV shows at a rapid pace, and we can’t get enough of them. Let’s binge together through the Nerdosphere! Every two months we will explore a particular theme that is of interest to the group. Starting off, the club will be discussing books that are headed to Film and TV screens near you! Come for an adventurous discussion of books, comics, TV and film and yes there will be coffee!   The Alienist is the first foray into fiction by military and diplomatic historian Caleb Carr. This novel is set in 1896 at the advent of the psychological investigator. Dr. Kreizler is a psychologist who is often shunned by colleagues and polite society due to his unique views regarding the mentally ill. However, it is Kreizler Theodore Roosevelt, the police commissioner, turns to when a serial killer begins targeting New York's poor, immigrant children. With the help of his good friend, reporter John Schuyler Moore, a police secretary, and a pair of police detectives, Kreizler will use a psychological profile to track and catch the killer. The Alienist is a psychological thriller with a mix of true history that leaves the reader not only entertained, but fascinated by the rich detail drawn from reality.  Registration required. HPL cardholders only.

 

 

 


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Anime/Manga Club - Meets on Mondays

Computer Classes

We offer ongoing computer classes for adults, covering the basics through more advanced operations. For a current list of classes, check the most current newsletter, visit us, or search our library programs online.


Special Collections

  • Foreign language books for adults: French, Creole, Hindi, Korean, Spanish
  • Literacy materials for adults
  • Bi-lingual books for children

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Classes for New English Speakers

Taught by a native English speaker in a casual and fun environment.

For more information call 631- 421-5053.

Beginner English Class
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5:30-6:30 pm

Beginner-Intermediate English Class
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6:30-7:30 pm


Rosetta Stone (language-learning computer program)

Rosetta Stone
This computer program for learning English is available on all public computers for those who want to begin learning English or improve their English skills at any level. Start by making an appointment; call (631) 421-5053 or stop by the Station Branch. Then, use the program on your own at the library whenever the Station Branch is open. (Appointments: Mondays, 2:00 pm- 7:00 pm; Wednesdays, 5:30 pm-7:00 pm; Fridays, 9:30am-11:00am; Saturdays, 9:30am- 4:00 pm) 

 

Literacy Suffolk Tutors

Literacy Suffolk

Literacy Suffolk trains volunteers to tutor new English learners. Ask a librarian for an application, or go to their website for more information.


Station Branch History

Our Station Branch at 1335 New York AvenueOn October 1, 1929 the Board of Trustees of the Huntington Public Library elected Assistant Librarian Dr. Theodore Lyman Frost to start work on preparing a book collection for the Huntington Station Branch of the library. The opening was scheduled for December 8, 1929 with an initial collection of 700 volumes, including 300 children's books, 50 volumes of standard fiction, 100 popular reprints, 50 additional titles required for school reading, 100 books of reference and non-fiction, and 100 volumes of recent publications of all classes. The Old Memorial Library Building (the Village Library) transferred 150 volumes of duplicates in good condition to the Station Branch. The community made donations as well.

 

 

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Super Teen Tuesdays
Tuesdays, Tuesdays, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; June 5
3:00 - 5:00 pm • Station Community Room
Register using code HST233
Huntington Sanctuary Project
Huntington Youth Bureau
Purchase Discounted Tickets to Area Attractions
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The Library is now selling discounted tickets to several area attractions! Cash, check or money order is needed at time of purchase, payable to Huntington Public Library. Credit or debit card cannot be accepted at this time. Tickets may be purchased at the Main's and the Station Branch's Circulation Desks.

 

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