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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, January 17

2pm, An Afternoon at the Movies: Selma In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom C. To celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, join us for this viewing of Selma, a film about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historical struggle to secure voting rights for all people. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

4pm, Coupon Holder Volunteers In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Create handmade coupon holders to be donated to the Support Our Troops “Troopons” program that sends coupons to overseas and domestic military families for use on military bases. Presented by: Green Earth Crafts (1-hour service credit) Click here  to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600 or visit  Hauppauge Public Library

6:30pm, Getting Started in Genealogy In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Learn the basics of researching your family history and the best way to document and record your research with Edana Cichanowicz, a librarian from Suffolk County Historical Society. Click here register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Tuesday, January 18

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

2pm, An Afternoon at the Movies: The French Dispatch 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.

4:30pm, Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead (Ages 2-5 years, with caregiver) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Come join A Time for Kids, Inc. in this family fun STEM/STEAM educational class for children and adults to stimulate and engage critical thinking as we explore, play and build together. Click here to register

Wednesday, January 19

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

6:30pm, Tax Season Pre-Filing Workshop In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom D. A local Taxpayer Advocate will teach you how to avoid common tax return errors and delays. Presented by Taxpayer Advocate Office. Click here  to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Thursday, January 20

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

4:30pm, Penguin Awareness Day Waddle (Ages 3-5 years, with caregiver) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B.  Waddle on over and celebrate National Penguin Day at the library. We will be listening to penguin stories and each child will hand stuff his/her very own Penguin Pal to keep. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Friday, January 21

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

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 22

8:30am, Bird at the Preserve: Connetquot River State Park (Adult Program) A short presentation will focus on winter ducks, followed by a walk through the preserve to search for birds in the wild. Presented by the  Great South Bay Audubon Society  $4 per person upon arrival. Please try to arrive 10 minutes early. Click here to register.

10:30am, How Animals Prep for Winter – Tiny Tots (Ages 3-5 years, with caregiver): Sunken Meadow State Park  Explore the natural world around us. These programs will connect children and their parents with nature through short walks, animal visitors, and crafts. $4 per person upon arrival. Please try to arrive 10 minutes early. Click here to register.

10:30am, Weekend Building Challenge (PreK to Grade 5) In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom B. Put your creativity to work and join us for some building fun! The room will be filled with Lego© and Duplo© blocks, Playmags©, Keva© Planks and other building tools. Come and create a masterpiece! Click here to register.

Sunday, January 23

2pm, Rhythm Road Across the Americas: At the Piano with Alexander Wu In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library Classroom B and on Zoom. Rhythm Road Across the Americas rediscovers and explores the last century of music from North America and Latin America through different time periods, cultures, and styles of the modern era; from early American folk music and spirituals, to early popular jazz, Hollywood film scores, and Latin American classics. Click here to register in-person. Click here to register on Zoom. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

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