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This Week in Hauppauge

This Week in Hauppauge

Looking for something to do this week? Check out these events happening in person or online.

Monday, February 1

10am, Chair Yoga Enjoy all the mobility, vitality, and peace of mind that a regular mat yoga practice can provide, while feeling fully supported in a chair. This event will take place on Facebook. Visit the library’s Facebook page to view it. Hauppauge Public Library

Tuesday, February 2

10am, News Media Literacy Class The New York Newspapers Foundation would like to invite you to a free master class on news media literacy. Never before has the need for education on News Media Literacy been more urgent. Presented by Education Services Director, Mary Hadigan Miller. Register by email mmcdermott@nynpa.com. NYPA

6pm, Town of Islip Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting This event will take place on Zoom. Instructions on how to access the Zoom Webinar and/or livestream are available on the Town’s website www.islipny.gov or call (631) 595-3500

6:30pm, LGBT Families Story Time Curl up together virtually with your parents and other children in LGBT families to listen to, enjoy, explore and discuss LGBT-affirming children’s books, just before bedtime. Click here to register. LGBT Network

Wednesday, February 3

11am, Town of Islip Bid Openings LIVE STREAM View the Live Stream here

6:30pm, Town of Islip Planning Board Meeting This event will take place on Zoom. Register here

7pm, Origami for Everyone Have fun folding! Learn how to make a different creation each month with Miss Marley. Post a picture of your creation in the comments for all to see. Supplies needed: paper and markers/crayons. This event will take place on Facebook. Visit the library’s Facebook page to view it. Hauppauge Public Library

Thursday, February 4

11am, Town of Islip Bid Openings LIVE STREAM View the Live Stream here

12pm, Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow This New-York Historical Society presentation explores Black Americans’ struggle for equality under the law from 1865 through World War I. Learn about this dark chapter of our history as well as Black New Yorkers’ organizing and community-building in the face of discrimination. Register by emailing jsalvatore@sctylib.org your name and request to receive the Zoom link. New-York Historical Society

6:30pm, All About Social Media Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook – What’s it all about? Join us for an introduction to several popular social media sites. You’ll learn how to create an account, connect with family and friends, and stay safe and secure while socializing online. Presented by Sharper Training. Register here Hauppauge Public Library

Friday, February 5

10:30am Miss Dara Sings When Winter Comes Sing along with Dara Linthwaite as she plays her guitar and sings beloved songs from childhood. Young children will enjoy her stories, puppets, finger plays, and craft suggestions with a different topic to explore musically every week. Visit the library’s Facebook page to view it. Hauppauge Public Library

Saturday, February 6

No events are listed

Sunday, February 7

9am, Winter Wonderland (Sunken Meadow State Park) Walk through woods, marsh, and along the beach to see what wildlife is out and about today. To register, call: 631-581-1072

1pm, Clubhouse Tours (Connetquot River State Park Preserve) Take a tour of the clubhouse and learn the history of the sportsmen that settled the South Shore. Reservations and masks required. Space is limited. To register, call: 631-581-1072

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