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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, April 11

All Day, Take & Make Kit: 3D Frog on a Lily Pad 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, April 12

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: American Underdog 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. 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

8pm, Hauppauge School District Board of Education Business Meeting and Budget Adoption Click here for the agenda.495 Hoffman Lane. For more information, call 631-265-3630

Wednesday, April 13

10:30am, Earth, Yay! (Children ages 3-5 with caregiver) Connetquot River State Park Preserve.  Explore the natural world around us. These programs connect children and their parents with nature through short walks, animal visitors, and crafts. Click here  to register. $4 per child upon arrival. For more info, call (631) 581-1005

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, Book Discussion: The Living and the Lost by Ellen Feldman In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Read this historical drama written by Long Island author Ellen Feldman – this year’s Long Island Reads selection. Mostly set in a bombed-out, black-market-driven, postwar Berlin. ‘The Living and the Lost’ brims with a spot-on timeliness in its concern about the lasting damage of a culture of hatred while in the days and months and the profound, lasting consequences of war. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

7pm, Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House with Bill Bleyer The Historical Society of Islip Hamlet will host Bill Bleyer, author of ‘Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House.’ What began as a summer getaway during Mr. Roosevelt’s presidency became a meeting place for the movers, shakers and other luminaries of that era. Through rare photographs, and an intriguing tour of the house and grounds, Mr. Bleyer will recount a fascinating chapter of Long Island history. This program will be held at the Islip Public Library, 71 Monell Ave, and is free and open to the public.  Registration required by calling 631-559-2915.

Thursday, April 14

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, Yarncrafters In-Person at the Hauppauge Public Library. Calling all knitters and crocheters. Work on projects for various community charities. Volunteer your work for a good cause and good time. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

3pm, Earth Day Garden Party In-Person at the  Hauppauge Public Library  Classroom B. Celebrate Earth Day with friends at the library. Plant seeds for an herb garden and enjoy healthy snacks and treats. Click here to register. For more info, call the library at 631-979-1600

Friday, April 15

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

3:45pm, Community Service Project for Grades 6-12 The Town of Islip is offering the opportunity for middle and high school students to become an active member of their community and fulfill community service hour requirements. Put on your chef hat! We will bake and bag treats for dogs at the Town animal shelter. Certificates will be mailed for each completed session. For more information, please call (631) 472-7037

7:30pm, Evening Sounds of Spring (Family Program) Join us for a night hike through the Connetquot River State Park Preserve by moonlight. Learn all about animals that are out and about this time of night and observe the winter sky. Click here  to register. For more info, call (631) 581-1005

Saturday, April 16

9am to 12pm, Free Car Seat Safety Checkup EAC’s Certified Technicians and the Suffolk County Police Department will be on-site at the Hauppauge Fire Department to inspect car seats and provide parents with essential information about child passenger safety. Inspections are by appointment. Call 631-854-8478. 855 Wheeler Road, Hauppauge.

10:30am, Earth, Yay! (Children ages 3-5 with caregiver) Connetquot River State Park Preserve.  Explore the natural world around us. These programs connect children and their parents with nature through short walks, animal visitors, and crafts. Click here  to register. $4 per child upon arrival. For more info, call (631) 581-1005

10:30am, What’s Doing the Blooming? Spring Edition (Adult Program) Join a nature educator to explore the grounds of Caleb Smith State Park Preserve in search of early blooming wildflowers. See if you can identify these spring treasures with the help of a field guide., Please call for Reservations: (631) 265-1054

Sunday, April 17

Easter Sunday

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