Roslyn Calendar for the Week of July 3

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Monday, July 8
Cardio, Core & More
10 :30 a.m. This class gets your heart rate up with cardio fitness — but those who choose not to do hugh impact may turn it down a notch with the same movement, but moving in a much slower, steady pace. We’ll do interval training cardio, followed by stretching, with a focus on balance and posture, and then move to back to cardio. Join this interval training workout at the Bryant Library.

Join us outside in Gerry Park for reading time!

Storytime in the Park
11 a.m. Join us outside in Gerry Park as we gather together for stories, songs, fingerplays and more! Develop important pre-literacy skills including vocabulary, print awareness, narrative skills, and phonological awareness, all from participating in storytime. Don’t forget to bring a chair or blanket to sit on. For children ages birth – 5. Online registration required. Photographs and video footage taken during programs may be used for library publicity. Please tell library staff if you do not want a photo taken of you or your child.

Teen Summer Reading Program Begins
July 8 – August 19. Adventure begins at your library! Join our 2024 Teen Summer Reading Program! Track your reading online and you’ll be entered into our weekly raffles. After you sign up, stop by the Reference Desk to pick up your registration prize including a Bryant Library beach towel and color changing sunglasses! For kids in grades 6-12. Sign up at

Create a beautiful suncatcher/stained glass window design.

Tuesday, July 9
Stained Glass Window Art
Create a beautiful suncatcher/stained glass window design with our guest Artist and Art Therapist Deborah Adler. Explore each vibrant tone of paint on a circular design for wall hanging. Enjoy the practice of mindfulness and relaxation through the repetition of patterns, colors, and shapes with your art experience. This is a class for adults, hosted in person at the Bryant Library.

5:30 p.m. For children in grades 1 – 3. And 6:30 p.m. For children in grades 4 – 6. ZTag is a fun new way to play laser tag! Players are equipped with high tech watches that automatically tag for them when within proximity of another player. No need to aim anything, wear any vests, or trip over any wires as the entire experience is wireless! All of the games we play are highly interactive and require players to cooperate, coordinate, and communicate with other players to succeed as a group. ZTag isn’t just about winning, most games are slightly competitive in nature, while promoting a social experience for all. Online registration required. This event will be taking place at the Bryant Library.

Wednesday, July 10
Learn a Language
2 p.m. In this class, you will enhance your language skills using Transparent Language and Pronunciator databases. These databases will provide access to a wide range of languages through interactive lessons and activities that you can customize to your needs to help you achieve fluency in your target language.

Join our 2024 Teen Summer Reading Program!

Thursday, July 11
Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Seminar
Learn how to reduce your prescription drug costs including: Generic vs Brand – consult with healthcare provider, review current RX coverage vs other available plans, utilize a discount RX card (ask for app), contact Social Security office for possible subsidies, state pharmaceutical assistance programs – these programs provide financial assistance to help with the costs of prescriptions (both generic and brand names). Applications available to see if you qualify. Presented by the Senior Services of North America. This event will be taking place at the Bryant Library.

Saturday, July 13
Walking Tour of Gerry Park
Led by Meagan Fastuca, Town of North Hempstead. Over the past 6 years the Town of North Hempstead has created a multitude of pollinator gardens throughout Gerry Park, including the over 3,000 square foot rock garden. These gardens all contain native plants that provide resources for pollinators, birds, and other wildlife species. Native plants also have a variety of additional benefits like absorption of stormwater and air pollution, low maintenance requirements and do not need watering once established. Participants on the walking tour will explore these gardens and learn about the many native plant species as well as pollinators and other wildlife that use them. Register online in advance to secure your spot.

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