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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 28

All Day, Take & Make Kit: Colorful Turtle Craft 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

6:30pm, A Penny Postcard View of Long Island In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Join us to view, discuss, and learn about Long Island through postcards with historian Noel Gish. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Tuesday, March 29

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, Voice Catchers: What Your Body Can Say to Marketers Now and in the Future Online (Webinar: New York State Office of Cultural Education) Taking off from his recent book ‘The Voice Catchers,’ Joseph Turow exposes how artificial intelligence is enabling personalized marketing and discrimination through voice profiling. Click here to register.

2pm, An Afternoon at the Movies: The King’s Man 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, Once Upon a Snack Time (Grades K to 5) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Enjoy a story, a craft, and a healthy snack while learning about healthy choices we can make every day. Presented by Annemarie Groepler, Registered Dietitian. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

6pm, Town of Islip Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting will take place at the Town Hall West, 401 W Main Street, Islip and on livestream. Click here  for the agenda. Instructions on how to access the livestream are available on the Town’s website www.islipny.gov or call (631) 595-3500

7pm, Hauppauge School District Board of Education Budget/Community Meeting 495 Hoffman Lane. For more information, call 631-265-3630

Wednesday, March 30

12pm, Mah Jong In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom BEnjoy 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, Conflict Resolution 101 In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B Participants will learn about the causes of interpersonal conflict and strategies used to resolve them. They will also complete a Conflict Style Survey to gain self-awareness of their behavior in these situations. Presented by Courtney Chicvak, attorney and mediator. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600.

Thursday, March 31

10am, Civil Service Career Exploration Join representatives from the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center, in-person, to learn about the many opportunities civil service has to offer. 725 Veterans Memorial Hwy. Hauppauge. Click here to register. For more information, please call 631-853-6600

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, Playing with Poetry (Grades K to 3) In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. It’s time to play…with words! Come explore the magic of poetry, learn about sound and rhyme, and create poems for the library’s Poet-Tree. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Friday, April 1

12pm, POWs and the Politics of Vengeance in the American Revolution (Webinar: New York State Office of Cultural Education) This lecture will examine how the American Revolutionaries grappled with the problem of prisoner treatment and what that treatment reveals about the nature of the American Revolution. Presented by Dr. T. Cole Jones, author of ‘Captives of Liberty: Prisoners of War and the Politics of Vengeance in the American Revolution,’ which won the 2021 Society of the Cincinnati Prize from the American Revolution Institute and was a finalist for the 2020 Best Book Award from the Journal of the American Revolution. Click here to register. 

12pm, Mah Jong In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom BEnjoy 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, April 2 and Sunday, April 3

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