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Adult Services Department - Programs and Services

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Cooking with Penn

Wednesday, July 29 6:00pm Fee: $5.00 Sachem residents only. Laotian chef Penn Hongthong will prepare classic dishes native to Laos: mashed roasted eggplant, fish wrapped in banana leaves with a side of sticky rice, and banana tapioca dessert.
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Quilting Circle

Tuesday, July 28 7:00pm Love to quilt or want to learn how? This monthly gathering provides quilting companionship and direction in a friendly, supportive environment. You will receive a simple pattern with instructions at each meeting.All levels are welcome. No registration required.
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Poetry: Verse in Person

Tuesday, July 28 7:00pm Each month a guest poet presents a reading after which the audience is encouraged to share original works at an open mic. This month’s guests are Terri Muuss and Matt Pasca.
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Networking in Real Life

Monday, July 27 7:00pm Networking can be difficult, and makes many of us uncomfortable. Allen Hecht, Senior Counsel at National Grid and an Adjunct Professor/Instuctor at Touro Law Center, will explore the basics of networking and teach strategies to help override the anxiety. Allen has spent his career meeting people at events, working with groups, and reaching out to others. Learn tips that he's gathered from his years of experience!
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America’s Women

This 12-month nonfiction series continues through August. Copies of these books will be available at the Circulation Desk. Franklin and Eleanor: An Extraordinary Marriage by Hazel Rowley Monday, July 27 3:00pm A profile of the controversial marriage between the 32nd president and his wife describes the remarkable courage and lack of convention--private and public--that kept FDR and Eleanor together.
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3-in-1 RECYCLING EVENT

E-Waste | Paper Shredding | Pharmaceutical Take-Back Saturday, July 25 9:30am-1:30pm Clean out your home, office, and medicine cabinet at this 3-in-1 community recycling event sponsored by Councilman Kevin LaValle. For more information call (631) 451-6647 or e-mail CouncilmanLaValle@Brookhaven.org.
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The Chiclettes

Friday, July 24 7:00pm Our outdoor summer concert series is presented by Suffolk County Legislator William Lindsay, III. These performances have been generously funded by Suffolk County. In this classic “girls group” tribute, Susanne, Sarah, and Molly will take you on a musical journey through the history of female rock & roll, showcasing the artists that have dominated the music scene for the last five decades. The Chiclettes have appeared on NBC TV, CBS FM's Doo Wop Shop...
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Job Seekers Club

5 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Position Thursday, July 23 6:30pm Need a helping hand in your job search? Career coach Bob Simmons will discuss proven job-hunting techniques at our monthly support group. The series will also provide a forum for job seekers of all ages to share their experiences, sharpen their skills, and network with others.
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Afternoon Book Discussion

The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton Thursday, July 23 12:00pm Copies of this book will be available at the Circulation Desk. One of Edith Wharton’s most famous novels—the first by a woman to win the Pulitzer Prize—exquisitely details a tragic struggle between love and responsibility in Gilded Age New York.
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Evening Book Discussion

West of Sunset by Stewart O’Nan Wednesday, July 22 7:00pm Copies of this book will be available at the Circulation Desk. A tale inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald's last years in Hollywood finds him reflecting on past events at the height of the Jazz Age while falling in love, struggling to hold his family together, and writing The Last Tycoon.
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