Events Calendar

Yonkers Public Library (Meeting ID: 937 5179 8180)

At any age, there are lifestyle habits we can adopt to help maintain or even potentially improve our health. These habits may also help to keep our brains healthy as we age and possibly delay the onset of cognitive decline. This workshop covers four areas of lifestyle habits that are associated with healthy aging: cognitive activity, exercise, diet and nutrition, and social engagement.

Healthy Living for Your Brain & Body:Tips from the latest research image

Freeport, NY

“Is it a bird or a flute?” NATURE IN CLASSICAL MUSIC

presented by Tanisha Mitchell
Join us as we celebrate and explore nature in famous Classical Music pieces. In thishands-on virtual program, participants will conduct to an animated orchestra.

Meeting ID: 928 6304 9395
Passcode: 331602

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Mount Kisco Public Library

Enjoy our programs and coming together again but please be considerate of others and maintain social distancing practices.

Story time for children of all ages, from newborns to school age children, with a parent or caregiver.

Please note that Community Room attendance will be limited to 20 attendees to adhere to CDC and social distancing guidelines.

Location of event - upstairs large meeting room

New City Library (online)

The story of rock’s original “bad boys” from their formative years as a cover band devoted to American blues to earning the reputation as the greatest rock n roll band with classics from “Satisfaction” to “Brown Sugar.” In between, the presentation with touch on their notorious drug busts, personal and songwriting conflicts, and management and legal issues. Register for the Zoom information below.

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Mount Kisco Public Library

Enjoy our programs and coming together again but please be considerate of others and maintain social distancing practices.

Music and movement for children ages 2 - 5 years old with a parent or caregiver.

Please note that Community Room attendance will be limited to 20 attendees to adhere to CDC and social distancing guidelines.

Location of event - upstairs large meeting room

New City Library (online)

Discover the rich century-long history of women photographers and how they left their mark on the art form.

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Freeport, NY

presented by Louise Cella Caruso
Fauvism was a brief, controversial art period in 20th century France that used clashing colors, exotic African motifs,
Polynesian woodcarvings, and the ancient cultures of Central and South America as inspiration.

Meeting ID: 949 3652 7486
Passcode: 768536

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Freeport, NY

presented by Louise Cella Caruso
Fauvism was a brief, controversial art period in 20th century France that used clashing colors, exotic African motifs,
Polynesian woodcarvings, and the ancient cultures of Central and South America as inspiration.

Meeting ID: 949 3652 7486
Passcode: 768536

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New City Library (online)

Audrey Hepburn was a major cultural icon in film, fashion and became a special ambassador for UNICEF. From the 1950’s to the 1960’s she was the screen’s foremost embodiment of grace. She captured the epitome of mid 1950’s elegance with seemingly carefree ease. Marty will discuss the following films that Audrey Hepburn appeared in: Roman Holiday, Funny Face, The Nun’s Story, My Fair Lady and Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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Freeport, NY

The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle on the Lower East Side, followed by Irish and German Immigrants. Beginning in 1880, large waves of Eastern European Jews and Italians began to arrive. Learn about the poor living conditions endured. View the buildings and synagogues they produced. See what remains of the Jewish Lower East Side and how the neighborhood is rapidly changing. Today construction cranes are everywhere and this neighborhood is teeming with luxury condos, upscale & eateries.

The Ever-Changing Lower East Side image