History, Programs, Staying Home

Retro Gaming at the Library

The Lindenhurst Memorial Library will be a hosting a Retro Gaming Night on Zoom by Long Island Retro Gaming. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 17 from 7:30-8:30pm. Once you register you will be sent a link to your email in order to… Continue Reading…

News and Information, Programs

VITA Tax Appointments May Be Cancelled, but Help Is Still Available!

VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, is a service provided by volunteers and generally offered at the library to help individuals with tax preparation. Earlier in the year, we worked in conjunction with the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, How to Guides, Introductions, News and Information

Book a Librarian

Do you need help using one of our online databases? Need troubleshooting for an e-reader or other electronic device for accessing library materials? Maybe you need a tutorial on how to use Zoom for one of our virtual programs? The… Continue Reading…

Cooking, Staying Home

Thanksgiving Dinner

When it comes to the holiday of Thanksgiving, turkey is what usually pops into the heads of many including myself. You could think of cooked turkey for dinner, a craft or decoration to put in the window or on the… Continue Reading…

Introductions, News and Information, Programs

Program Preview: Post-Election Politics

Greetings Lindenhurst Memorial Library patrons! This is Robert, one of your adult services librarians giving you a heads up about an upcoming virtual program I am running through Zoom. The title of the program is “Post-Election Politics: Who Represents You?”… Continue Reading…

History, Pop Culture, Reading

National Hobbit Day: Celebrating the Life and Works of J.R.R. Tolkien

September 22 has been proclaimed and celebrated by Tolkien fans as National Hobbit Day since 1978. The date marks the mutual birthdays of hobbits Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, the protagonists of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings respectively.… Continue Reading…

Programs, Research

Fact or Fiction?: How to Identify Fake News Library Program

You see a news story online. You came across it through a simple search on a topic, or someone shared it with you on social media. How sure are you that what you are reading is true? We hear the… Continue Reading…

Get Crafty, Staying Home

Summer Craft Idea: Mermaid Tail Keychain

Here is an easy craft for beginners to do on their own, requiring few materials, and it doesn’t take long! This mermaid tail keychain is perfect for a summer theme. MaterialsYarn (mix and match colors of your choice)KeychainOptional: beads, seashell… Continue Reading…

History, Research

Long Island Viticulture

If you enjoy wine then you probably have taken a trip out to the East End of Long Island for the wineries. Surprisingly, these wineries are a fairly recent development to the region. Commercial viticulture stretches far back into antiquity,… Continue Reading…

History, Museums, Research

Theodore Roosevelt: The President from Long Island

One of the most famous presidents in the history of our country, Theodore Roosevelt stands as a giant and not just as a face on Mt. Rushmore. The 26th president of the United States held the reins of power during… Continue Reading…

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