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Preventing Tick-borne Diseases

Preventing Tick-borne Diseases

Tick exposure can occur year-round, but ticks are most active during warmer months (April-September). The three most common ticks on Long Island are: Deer Ticks: These are the most common type of ticks to carry harmful bacterium that can lead to Lyme disease. The young ticks are the most active during Spring and early Summer. […]

Brainfuse JobNow & VetNow

Brainfuse JobNow & VetNow

FREE LIVE ONLINE ASSISTANCE FOR JOB SEEKERS, VETERANS, AND THEIR FAMILIES Brainfuse JobNow & VetNow is an all-in-one suite of services designed for a wide range of career or veteran needs: whether it’s tackling a resume, writing a cover letter, navigating the VA system, or adjusting to a civilian career. Here’s a quick video to […]

Caring for the Mind

Caring for the Mind

During this last year we have all faced emotional, mental and physical challenges. Most of us experienced changes in our daily routines, financial pressures and social isolation which affect our mental health. Now more than ever we need to take the time to bring awareness and support individuals suffering from mental illness.   Your Community Librarians are here to help spread the knowledge of effective and supportive services, such as:  Association […]

April is National Autism Awareness Month

April 2 was World Autism Awareness Day. Help spread kindness and increase autism awareness during the month of April.  For resources, services, and a list of local events visit Specialized Autism Support & Information (SASI) –   www.facebook.com/SASILongIsland  The Community Library offers many resources for our adult patrons. Materials available in our Career & Business, general adult collections and digital library collection include such titles as:  […]

U.S. Citizenship Preparation Class

U.S. Citizenship Preparation Class

Becoming a United States citizen is a great honor and privilege. The Literacy Department is proud to have helped over 125 community members achieve their goal of citizenship over the past 10 years. Did you know? The federal agency that oversees immigration is the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Federal oversight of immigration […]