How to Guides, Reading

For Readers

Visit the For Readers section of the Lindenhurst Memorial Library web page for ideas on what to read next. The first section, Recommended Reads, links you to a compilation of annotated bibliographies, curated by our adult reference librarians. The bibliographies… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, How to Guides

Flipster: A Digital Magazine Newsstand

Do you like to read magazines while standing on line at the supermarket? Would you buy that magazine but find that there’s no room for it in your food budget? Well, don’t worry about missing your favorite magazines. Just go… Continue Reading…

How to Guides, Travel

Formal Gardens and Arboretums on Long Island

            Are you looking for inspiration for your home garden? Or would you like to enjoy nature while on a stroll? Look no further than some of Long Island’s formal gardens and arboretums. Here you can do both while exercising… Continue Reading…

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Locating a Book at the Library

Everyone knows that when you want to find where a book is in the library, you go to the OPAC (online public access catalog) and search by title, author, or subject. When you find the book you want, you note… Continue Reading…

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Summer Health and Safety Tips

While summer is a time to relax and enjoy the outdoors, it also is a time to manage our personal health and safety, as well as that of our family’s. There are such health concerns as heat stroke, skin protection… Continue Reading…

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Crochet: A Hobby and a Form of Relaxation

In both normal and stressful times, crochet is a craft that results in a product — a sweater, afghan, toy, and many other things, and an aid to emotional well-being — a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of relaxation… Continue Reading…

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Community Emergency Services

During this time of crisis, we would like to offer you a list of local emergency services and their contact information. This information was made available to us from the Suffolk Cooperative Library System. CRISIS HOTLINES * Response Crisis Center… Continue Reading…

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May is Older Americans Month

Become informed about current health and social advances for older Americans when you read these books. A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting Edge Advances in Anti-Aging, written by Suzanne Somers, “Life just gets better and better for health… Continue Reading…

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Online Health Resources Using Live-brary.com

Live-brary.com contains a collection of online databases, including a few featuring health and medical topics. This can be helpful during these health-conscious days. One database is Gale OneFile Health and Medicine. It is designed for students and health care professionals,… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, How to Guides

Niche Academy

The Lindenhurst Memorial Library now subscribes to Niche Academy, a collection of “how-to” videos that guide us through all of the online products available in our daily lives. From computer software to hardware, social media to databases, Niche Academy explains… Continue Reading…

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