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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, December 27

All Day, Take & Make Kit: Snowman Candle (Grades preK-5) A video tutorial will be posted on the library’s YouTube channel. 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

Tuesday, December 28

9am – 1pm, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic H. Lee Dennison Building, 100 Veterans Memorial Highway. Hauppauge. Vaccines: Moderna, ages 18+  and Pfizer, ages 12+. Third doses and Booster doses are available. No appointment is needed, however those with appointments will have priority. To make an appointment, click  here  or call 311. Bring identification. Medical practitioners and emergency medical practitioners will be on-site at all times at each clinic to answer any questions and tend to any needs or concerns.

11:30am, Mexican Train In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Join us each week to play this exciting game of dominoes. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

1pm, Advanced Division Battle of the Books Kickoff Party (Grades 9-12) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom C. Contestants will read two official “Battle” books: Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza, and Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson. Remember as many details as you can, and compete in a fun trivia contest against other Suffolk County libraries for the title of Battle Champs. Practice meetings will be held at the Hauppauge Public Library. The final Battle will be in person at The Sachem Public Library on Saturday, February 12 at 6pm. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

2pm, An Afternoon at the Movies: Dear Evan Hansen In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Spend an entertaining afternoon at the library! Watch a popular new release movie every week on our large screen. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

3pm to 7pm, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Children 5+ and Adults. Pfizer vaccine. Moderna vaccines will not be available at this clinic. H. Lee Dennison Building, 100 Veterans Memorial Highway. Hauppauge. The Clinic can be found on the south-facing side of the building. Parking is available. Vaccine: Pfizer. Everyone 5 years and older is eligible. Vaccine supplies for children ages 5-11 are currently limited. No appointment is needed, however those with appointments will have priority. To make an appointment, click here  or call 311. All persons must show identification. For children 5-17 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must provide consent for vaccination, either in person, by phone at the time of the vaccination appointment, or by completing the consent form. For minors who are 5 through 15 years of age, additionally, an adult caregiver must accompany the minor. Medical practitioners and emergency medical practitioners will be on-site at all times to answer any questions and tend to any needs or concerns. Note: Your child will need a second shot of the Pfizer vaccine three weeks after their first shot.

Wednesday, December 29

12pm, Mah Jong In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom B. Enjoy playing Mah Jong? Bring your sets and friends and get a game-playing frenzy started. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

12pm to 6pm, Community Blood Drive The  New York Blood Center  is having an in-person, socially distant blood drive at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B.  Advance registration is recommended but walk-ins are welcome, as space and proper social distancing allow. All donors must wear a face covering and will have their temperature checked before they enter the donation area. Call the library at 631-979-1600 to schedule an appointment or click here to register.

Thursday, December 30

9am – 1pm, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic H. Lee Dennison Building, 100 Veterans Memorial Highway. Hauppauge. Vaccines: Moderna, ages 18+ and Pfizer, ages 12+. Third doses and Booster doses are available. No appointment is needed, however those with appointments will have priority. To make an appointment, click  here  or call 311. Bring identification. Medical practitioners and emergency medical practitioners will be on-site at all times at each clinic to answer any questions and tend to any needs or concerns.

11:30am, Mexican Train In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Join us each week to play this exciting game of dominoes. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

Friday, December 31

All Day, Weekend Warriors Community Service Kit Each Friday (December 10- February 25) There will be a limited supply of Take & Make kits available for teens to pick up. Follow the directions inside the bag, complete the project on your own time, and return the completed project for volunteer credit. Maximum of two kits per week, per teen, while supplies last. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600 or visit. Hauppauge Public Library

11:30am, Noon Year’s Eve Party (Ages 4-6) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Ready to ring in 2022? Celebrate the New Year with this fun, midday, “Noon” Year’s Eve party! Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

12pm, Mah Jong In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom B. Enjoy playing Mah Jong? Bring your sets and friends and get a game-playing frenzy started. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

Saturday, January 1

10am, First Day Hike Connetquot River State Park Preserve Join us as we kick off the New Year with a 3-mile, moderate, guided hike. Breathe in the fresh air and embrace a new start to 2022. Meet at the main house and dress for the weather. No age limit, but hike is not stroller friendly due to sandy trails. No pets allowed. Event is free but registration is required. Click here to register, or call 631-581-1005.

10:30am, First Day Hike Sunken Meadow State Park Join us as we kick off the New Year with a 1.2-mile, moderate hike. From the beach and the marsh, to the creek and the forest, come join us as we hike through a sampling of the different habitats that the park has to offer. Meet at Field 1, Park Office. This is a free, family friendly event but no pets allowed. Registration is required by clicking here, or call 631-269-4333.

Sunday, January 2

1pm, Coding with Python for Teens In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom D. Learn the basics of Python in this four-week session led by the organization Code 4 Joy, which was founded by students from Hauppauge High School. The course runs on consecutive Sundays through January 23. Register here  for all 4 sessions. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

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