The War Years:
Long Island’s History in Armed Conflict

Tuesday, May 26th at 7:00pm
Long Island has been a prominent part of our nation’s history, from the colonial times all the way up to modern day America. Join the Eco-Photo Explorers as they examine our nation’s wartime history, from a Long Island perspective.


Frank Sinatra Tribute
Sunday, May 31st at 2:00pm     
Sponsored by the Friends of the West Islip Library
December 2015 will be the 100th birthday of Frank Sinatra! Jerry Cardone celebrates the work and the life of a man who has captivated us for decades like no other singer. Join “old brown eyes” as he sings “Ole Blue Eyes” with such favorites as “You Make Me Feel So Young”, “Summer Wind”, and “World on a String”. This tribute will lift your spirit and make you want to dance!


Online Job Search
Thursday, June 4th at 7:00pm
Learn how to use the Internet to find that perfect job! In this lecture and demo class you will learn how to develop and create a powerful resume, find and use online job search websites, and formulate a job search process that will work for you.


Safe Boating with Rich Cloonan        
Saturdays, June 6th & 13th at 10am
These two sessions, taught by US Coast Guard Captain Richard Cloonan, will enable students to receive the NY State Boating Certificate, which is now required for ALL personal watercraft/jet ski operators. Ages 10 and older only. All checks must be made payable to Rich Cloonan and payment is due at time of registration. $50 course fee.


Monday Night Documentary: Happy
Monday, June 8th at pm

Combining real life stories of people from around the world and powerful interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research, HAPPY explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion.