Roslyn Calendar, July 10-16

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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 are 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.

Make paper circuits at the Bryant Library. (Photos courtesy of the Bryant Library)

Monday, July 15

Community Service Pet Gallery

At home volunteer opportunity. Send us a photo of your pet with a funny caption for our pet gallery that will be on display in the Bryant Library YA section this summer.  After you register, you’ll receive an email with information about how to submit your photo. You will earn one hour of community service for participating. For children in grades 6-12.

Bridge Buddies 

12 p.m. Join us for an afternoon of open bridge with the guidance of an instructor! No partner is needed, there is never a charge, nobody keeps score, and everyone is included. No registration required.

The Big Clock is screening at the Bryant Library.

STEAM: Paper Circuits

5 p.m. For Children Grades 3 – 5 Join us at the Bryant Library for this hands-on circuit paper project with step-by-step instructions. We will be using a variety of LED lights, copper wire, lilypad buttons, stickers and buzzers. 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.

Tuesday, July 16

Film Noir: The Big Clock

1 p.m. The Big Clock(1948) A magazine tycoon (Charles Laughton) commits a murder and pins it on an innocent man (Ray Milland), who then tries to solve the murder himself.

Join the library for story time!

Wednesday, July 17


11 a.m. For Children Birth – Age 5. Join us 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 story time. 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.


Tech One-on-One for Adult

11 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. Do you need help with Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Google Drive or need help with basic computer questions? You can make an appointment with our tech staff. Each Tech One-on-One Session is for 30 minutes. To register, please visit our website at and click on Programs or call the Reference Desk at (516) 621-2240 ext. 241. This program is for Bryant Library card holders only. Registration is required. ONE patron can only register two sessions each month.

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