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Our librarians recommend: Slow Dancing with a Stranger: Lost and Found in the Age of Alzheimer's / Meryl Comer

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Are you a teen interested in technology? We still have spots left for an inventive program this Tuesday, July 15 where we'll be using MaKey MaKey, an innovative Arduino micro-circuit board to make all sorts of fun hardware/software interfaces.
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5 pm session: http://bit.ly/1wfouT9
7 pm session: http://bit.ly/1mJyjYf
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We will be CLOSED tomorrow, July 4th, in celebration of our nation's independence and will re-open on Saturday. Enjoy the holiday!

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Reminder: The library will be closed Monday (May 26) for Memorial Day.
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Highlights from our Local Author Fair

On May 10, the Emma Clark Library hosted a local author fair featuring authors from the library's Local Focus collection.
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Some scenes from our recent Pet Adoption Fair at the Emma Clark Library: Pet Adoption Fair at the Emma Clark Library
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Next week is Children's Book Week and the Emma Clark Library has a BIG announcement to make!  Stay tuned.
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CHANGES TO TOMORROW'S Jester Jim SHOW: Due to the weather forecast, the show has been moved indoors and to 3:00 p.m. It's perfect for kids ages 4 - 12 years old. Hope to see you there for some rainy day fun!
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Last week we hit a milestone of over 1,000 kids signed up for Summer Reading...how many more do you think we'll get this week???
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Tomorrow's weather forecast got you down? Download some free eMagazines...hey, at least you can pretend you're at the beach!

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Annual Sheep Shearing Festival at Sherwood-Jayne Farm. We will be there doing Story Times for kids. Stop by and see us. It looks like we'll have great weather--should be a beautiful day!

SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 12:30PM – 3:30PM
Sherwood-Jayne Farm, 55 Old Post Road, East Setauket, NY

For more information: http://splia.org/events/
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To cap off this year’s Children’s Book Week, the Emma Clark Library is pleased to announce a new and unique book award, the Helen Stein Shack Children’s Picture Book award.   

The purpose of the award is to develop and showcase the young writing and artistic talent that we have in our community.  The contest will be open to teens in the Three Village community, and will be divided into two grade categories, grades 7 through 9 and grades 10 through 12, with one winning entry from each group.  Each entry can be the work of a single author/illustrator or can be a collaborative effort of an author and an illustrator. 

Winning authors will be recognized at annual reception, the first to take place in the spring of 2015.  The awards will consist of a monetary scholarship, and the winning entries will be also be bound and added to the Emma Clark Library’s collection.  In addition, an e-book will be created for the winning entries!  All the teen entrants will receive a Certificate of Participation and will be invited to read their works during select children’s story times at the library to earn Community Service credit. 

The award is given in memory of Helen Stein Shack by her family.  As a teacher, Mrs. Shack was committed to the education of children, and she especially loved literature written for them.  She was a frequent visitor to the Children’s Library of the Emma Clark Library where, even in retirement, she kept current with the latest children’s books.  The library is grateful to the children of the late Mrs. Shack who have established a substantial endowment with the library to cover the ongoing cost of presenting this annual award.

More information about the award and how to enter will be coming this fall.
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