The Organic Winter Garden
Saturday, September 23 • 10:00 am • Meeting Room
Register using code HMA755
Don’t let the end of summer mean the end of your garden! Renato Stafford,of Healthy Organic Foods, shows you how to enjoy fresh vegetables through the winter discussing soil, cold-hardy vegetables, zero energy greenhouse designs, succession planting, harvesting practices and time saving techniques. strong>Registration required. HPL cardholders only. Open to all on September 11.
On the Vaudeville Stage with James Kolb, PhD
Sunday, September 24 • 2:00 pm •Auditorium
Register using code HMA572
Vaudeville permeated the fabric of American life, from the 1870s until the 1930s, in thousands of towns and cities across the United States and Canada, but the apex of Vaudeville was to play The Palace in New York City. Vaudeville was “variety,” and included everything from the sublime to the ridiculous - animal acts, singers, magicians, “freak” acts with headliners like George Burns and Gracie Allen, Eddie Cantor, Mae West, W.C. Fields, and Pearl Bailey. Enjoy samples of song and comedy, the mainstays of Vaudeville. Registration required. Open to all.
Viva La Vida! Art of Frida Kahlo with Imagine That! Art Education
Tuesday, September 26 • 7:00 pm •Meeting Room
Register using code HMA296
Discover how Frida Kahlo told the dramatic story of her life in amazing paintings, then create your own picture story that tells a memory in your life in an imaginative way. Supplies provided. Registration required. HPL cardholders only. Open to all on September 18.
Mah Jongg Party with Jacqui Palatnik!
Wednesday, September 27 • 10:00 am – 12:00 pm •Meeting Room
Register using code HMA024
Jacqui’s fun-filled game parties are open to all skill levels. Knowledge of the game is necessary. Bring friends or come alone and we’ll group you according to your ability. There will be contests in different categories with prizes for winners. Registration required. HPL cardholders only.
The Lost British Forts of Long Island: Lecture & Book Signing by David M. Griffin
Wednesday, September 27 • 7:00 pm • Auditorium
Register using code HMA967
When the Revolutionary War broke out in 1776 and New York City fell to the British, the forces of the king of Great Britain developed a network of forts along the length of Long Island, including several in Huntington, to defend the New York area and create a front to Patriot forces across the Sound in Connecticut. Author and architectural historian, David M. Griffin will discuss the history and research that went into his book with particular attention to Huntington forts. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing after the lecture. Registration required. Open to all.
Breast Cancer Awareness with Joyce Davis, RN
Wednesday, September 27 • 7:00 pm • Meeting Room
Register using code HMA600
Doctors from Northwell Health provide information and Q&A. Registration required. Open to all.