Digital Services, How to Guides, News and Information, Reading, Research

New at the Library: BookBrowse

Need to find your next favorite book? Overwhelmed by choices and need some recommendations? Want to start a book club? Check out BookBrowse! This database is now available through the library and will give you a new way to find… Continue Reading…

History, News and Information

Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Today is Columbus Day, a federal holiday that was created in 1937. To learn more about Columbus Day and its history, read this article from the Library of Congress. For books on Columbus and more, check out these titles! To… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, News and Information, Programs

October Program Round Up

Are you ready for the world of programming the library has for October? Register today with our program calendar, click here to find events and register! Health and Wellness Virtual Chair Yoga: Wednesdays at 12pm Wednesday Walks: Wednesdays at 6pm… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, eBooks, News and Information, Reading

Banned Books Week: September 27th-October 3rd

Banned Books Week was created to celebrate the freedom to read as well as bring attention to the attempts to censor ideas in the past and the ongoing challenges that are experienced today. Click here for the Top 10 Challenged… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, Introductions, News and Information

New at the Library: Social Work Interns

The library is thrilled to partner with Stony Brook University to provide two social work interns for our patrons! Library patrons can request one-on-one assistance completing forms and applications, referrals to mental health resources, and other topics. Reach out to… Continue Reading…

News and Information, Research

Hurricane Season on Long Island

This year’s hurricane season began on June 1st and continues through November 30th. According to AccuWeather, the 2020 season is expected to have a higher than normal number of tropical storms, from 14 to 18, resulting in an increase in… Continue Reading…

News and Information, Research, Staying Home

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

We all are aware of the necessity of stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The CDC reports that “COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice (e.g.,… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, News and Information, Research

Brainfuse Adult Learning Center

Whether you’re going back to school, changing jobs, or just looking to build up your skill set then this could be the answer! Brainfuse is an online learning resource that our library offers to its patrons for those in need… Continue Reading…

Digital Services, News and Information, 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, News and Information, Pop Culture, Research

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…

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