Local History

The Second Schoolhouse in Lindenhurst

After a few years, the student population increased and outgrew the old depot schoolhouse. In 1876, the community erected a new four-room schoolhouse on School Street just south of the original school. By 1890, class was guided by Principal George… Continue Reading…

Food, Programs

Monday Cooking Demos with Chef Rob: August Videos and Recipes


This month’s recipes are bound to become some of your go to summer dishes. Download the recipes below for Zucchini Lasagna, Seafood Medley in a Fire Roasted Tomato Broth, Orchard and Cream Peach Bread and a Pick Your Own Fruit… Continue Reading…

Pop Culture, Reading

BookTok Romance Review: Funny You Should Ask by Elissa Sussman

Chani Horowitz is in a rut—she’s fresh off a divorce and struggling with her writing career. Even after publishing two well-received essay collections, all anyone seems to know Chani for is the viral story she wrote ten years ago—a profile… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, Film

Its Time to Try Kanopy!

clapper board in green surface

Need to find a new movie to watch? Want to expand your film taste? Looking to learn something new? Try Kanopy! Use your library card to access a streaming service with movies in every genre, from brand new releases to… Continue Reading…

News and Information

Dog Days of Summer: How To Keep Your Pets Cool

brown short coated dog on brown tree log

Summer is in full swing, but long days at the beach or lounging by the pool can be dangerous for your furry best friend. Unlike humans, dogs don’t sweat, making it more difficult for them to regulate their body temperature… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, Programs, Reading

SRC: Sharks and Empanadas

selective photo of gray shark

Join us on July 25th at 8pm for a so-fish-dicated screening of The Meg (PG13) at the Village Gazebo. No registration required, rain cancels. Bring a blanket or chair and take a bite out of a Roadhouse Empanada. Don’t forget… Continue Reading…


Hot Summer Reads

woman wearing white dress reading book

Whether you’re headed to the beach or staying cool inside, the library has access to a variety of summer’s buzziest books. Use your library account to add these must-read eBooks and audiobooks to your holds list via Overdrive or by asking a… Continue Reading…

Food, Programs

Monday Cooking Demos with Chef Rob: July Videos and Recipes

close up photo of man cooking meat

This month’s recipes are bound to become some of your go to BBQ and party dishes. Download the recipes below for Blueberry Cobbler Bread, BBQ Pineapple Chicken Kabobs, Tomato and Provolone Torte, and Cookie Spoons! View the videos for these… Continue Reading…


Plastic Free July

close up photo of plastic bottles

Plastic Free July has been an initiative of the Plastic Free Foundation since 2011. People all over the world, communities, and even cities take the month of July to work on changing their dependence on plastic. The Plastic Free Foundation… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, Film, Pop Culture

Documentary Review: The Gospel According To André

The Gospel According To André Directed By: Kate Novack Released: 2018 Available On: Hoopla (https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/13095345) Review: Kate Novack has created a film that washes the viewer with the brutal honesty of beauty and elegance befitting of its subject. Following the… Continue Reading…


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