Patagonia, 1960. The true story of an Argentine family who lived with Josef Mengele, and who entrusted their young daughter to his care, not knowing that they were harboring one of the world’s most dangerous criminals, sought by Israeli agents desperately looking to bring him to justice. Film is subtitled. Refreshments will be served.
Senior Citizens’ Art Exhibit and Tea
West Islip senior patrons are invited to exhibit their art work in our gallery during the month of May. Entrants are limited to 2 pieces of art (no longer than 3′ wide), framed & ready for hanging. All artwork must be brought to the library between April 27th and May 1st & will be displayed for the month of May in our gallery. On May 17th there will be an Artist’s Reception & Tea at the library. Look for more information in our May – June newsletter.
May is Senior Month at the Library!
The Library will be honoring our community’s senior citizens by celebrating “Older Americans Month.” During the month of May, seniors (65+) with a valid West Islip library card can stop by the Circulation Desk for their free “Thank You for Being You” gift while supplies last, courtesy of the Friends of the West Islip Library.