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This Week in Hauppauge

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

Monday, March 15

9am, Take & Make Craft (Gr. K-5): 3D Mini-Plush Animal The kits are on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last. If picking up curbside, please call ahead so we can have it ready for when you arrive. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600 or visit  Hauppauge Public Library

11am, Alzheimer’s Association Legal & Financial Planning Conference The Alzheimer’s Association Long Island Chapter will host a free three-day webinar series for people with early-state dementia, their care partners and family caregivers. Topic 1: Advance Directives, Power of Attorney and Guardianship. Topic 2: Basics of Estate Planning and Secure Act. To register, call 800-272.3900.  www.alz.org

2:30pm – 8:30pm, New York Blood Center Blood Drive Help your local community by participating in the New York Blood Center’s blood drive. Click here to make an appointment or call 800-933-2566. West Islip Fire Department, 309 Union Blvd, West Islip, NY 11795.

7pm, Women of New York Marty Schneit details the history of fourteen women who made significant contributions to New York and the world at large at a time in United States history when full equality for women was not yet recognized. Some of the women he will discuss are: Rose Schneiderman, Gertrude Vanderbilt, Bess Myerson and Mae West. This event will take place on Zoom. Register hereHauppauge Public Library

Tuesday, March 16

11am, Alzheimer’s Association Legal & Financial Planning Conference The Alzheimer’s Association Long Island Chapter will host a free three-day webinar series for people with early-state dementia, their care partners and family caregivers. Topic 3: Asset Protection and Nursing Home Medicaid. Topic 4: Community Medicaid. To register, call 800-272.3900.  www.alz.org

Wednesday, March 17

9am, Take & Make Craft Kit: Split Pea Wreath Make a wreath using split peas to display on St. Patrick’s Day and throughout the spring. This kit will be available for pickup starting on March 17, while supplies last. If picking up the kit curbside, please call ahead so we can have it ready for when you arrive. Limit one kit per person. 631-979-1600.  Hauppauge Public Library

11am, Alzheimer’s Association Legal & Financial Planning Conference The Alzheimer’s Association Long Island Chapter will host a free three-day webinar series for people with early-state dementia, their care partners and family caregivers. (Presentaciones en español) Topic 1: Asset Protection and Nursing Home Medicaid. Topic 2: Community Medicaid. To register, call 800-272.3900.  www.alz.org

Thursday, March 18

10am, Exercise with Cathy Stay fit working out at home with Cathy. Make sure you have water, weights, and a mat for class. Register here. Hauppauge Public Library

7pm, Wild Child to Couture Style: The Shailah Edmonds Story Top International Couture Model, Shailah Edmonds, will discuss her success during an era when black women were excluded from elite runways. She will share her insights and experiences in the world of fashion and in the world at large. Organized by Long Island Reads. Register here.

Friday, March 19

10:30am, Baby Start This half-hour class is designed to introduce babies to the wonderful world of the library! Activities include music, movement, finger plays, fine and gross motor development, and circle time. Visit our YouTube channel to attend this event.  Hauppauge Public Library

2:30pm – 8:30pm, New York Blood Center Blood Drive Help your local community by participating in the New York Blood Center’s blood drive. Click here to make an appointment or call 800-933-2566. West Islip Fire Department, 309 Union Blvd, West Islip, NY 11795.

7pm, Common Ground Common Ground will take you back in time – playing classic hits from the 1980s MTV Generation. The concert will be streamed live on Facebook. Visit the library’s Facebook page to view it.  Hauppauge Public Library

Saturday, March 20

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Sunday, March 21

6:30pm, Sunday Stories: Pajama Time Join A Time for Kids, Inc. for a fun-filled night and wear your pajamas! This class includes music, movement, fine and gross motor activities and stories. Visit our YouTube to participate in this event. Hauppauge Public Library

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