The children’s department has been collecting new school supplies since September 1, with the final day of collection planned for The Great Give Back on 10/13. Once they have all the supplies, they will assemble “Give Back” bags and bring them to the local food pantry.
Also on 10/13 “The Wagner Dialogues: What keeps a Democracy Vibrant” a free lecture featuring two patrons who are “Giving Back” to the community the library serves—John Avlon, CNN political analyst and former editor of the Daily Beast, and Sally Susman, a former trustee of LOC, presidential appointee in the Clinton Administration, and National Finance Committee member for President Obama and Secretary Hillary Clinton. They will discuss politics in the lead-up to the mid-term election from opposite sides of center.
The library will be at Babylon Town Hall Park from 10-1 for A Walk in the Park, an event to raise awareness for those affected by Alzheimer’s Disease. Come down and check it out. For more information or to register to walk, visit www.alzfdn.org
Longwood Public Library
Teens can make several small area rugs out of pom-poms that will be donated to local agencies that work with families in need.
Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library
Patrons can come to the teen department and make cards for veterans.
Middle Country Public Library
Join us for a fun-filled, hands-on afternoon of community service at MCPL Centereach.
Help make newborn hats and booties to be donated to local hospitals and shelters during Crochet-a-Thon with teens from the Crochet for a Cause volunteer program from 11:00am-1:00pm in the Underground teen space.
Make no-sew dog and cat toys to be donated to local animal shelters with the teen Mutt Club from 1:00pm-4:00pm on the Youth Services floor.
Our Crafting for a Purpose program will be making zippered pouches to fill with art supplies for needy children from 9:30am-11:30am in the Community Room.
Write a letter to a service member 9:30am-5:00pm in front of the Adult Reference Desk.
USED EYEGLASS DRIVE- for The Montauk Lions Club
WOMEN’S PERSONAL CARE & HYGIENE ITEMS – for The Retreat Toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, sanitary napkins, tampons, and new, unused undergarments.
NON-PERISHABLE FOOD & DIAPERS – for The Montauk Food Pantry Canned soup, tuna, spam, peanut butter, jelly and disposable diapers (sizes 4, 5 & 6)
PET FOOD, TOYS AND BLANKETS – for The Animal Rescue Fund of Hamptons (ARF)
North Babylon Public Library
Knit-In., 10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
Bring your own supplies and start or work on a project for the North Babylon Winter Giving Tree. The library needs new hats, scarves, mittens and gloves for those in need. Crocheters are welcome too!
Bow Ties for Shelter Pets, 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Create no-sew bow ties so that shelter cats & dogs can shine at adoption events!
Animal Adoption Event, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Shelter Link will be at the library with adoptable animals from the Babylon Animal Shelter. We will be collecting pet supplies for the Shelter, September 1 – October 13.
Operation Gratitude Letter Writing Station,
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Write a letter thanking troops, veterans, new recruits or first responders for the service to our country. The Library will mail them to Operation Gratitude for distribution. All ages are encouraged to participate.
Northport-East Northport Public Library
Pet Fair 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The Pet Fair will feature organizations that are seeking volunteers to help cats, dogs, birds, and other wildlife. Food and supplies will also be collected for Baxter’s Pet Pantry. Volunteer activities for all ages include dog bandannas, pet toys, and crafts to be donated to local animal shelters. Registration required for children and teen volunteer activities.
The library will be running a Pet Care Items Drive.
Port Jefferson Free Library
The library will be holding an all day food collection drive for a local food pantry. Donations needed: Beans or canned vegetables, canned fruit, cereal, oatmeal, pasta baby wipes, soap, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, tissues, diapers, hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, hand lotion, disinfectant spray.
The library is collecting bedding and toys for dogs and cats waiting to be adopted at Bideawee.
Riverhead Free Library
Here are a number of ways to give back at the library:
-Kent and North Fork Animal Welfare League will be at thelibrary with dogs and cats that are looking for their forever homes! Pet food donations are greatly appreciated!
-Doctors Without Borders: Donate any gently used coats
-Warm Feet Happy Hearts Sock Drive: Donate new socks for those in need at Maureen’s Haven
-Make no bake dog treats that will be donated to a local animal shelter
-Yellow Dot Program: Sponsored by the Sheriff’s Office, free kits are available, designed to help first responders provide life-saving medical attention after a crash or other emergency.
-The Butterfly Effect Project: Give back to local young women in the Riverhead community by donating hygiene products.
Rogers Memorial Library
Drop in any time throughout the day to participate in community service activities.
Sachem Public Library
Stop in at the library and help cut and sort donated coupons for military families in need. No registration required.
Lake Ronkonkoma Clean-Up
Meet at Lt. Michael P. Murphy Memorial Park. All supplies will be provided, but you must provide your own transportation. All ages are welcome; children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult. No registration required.
The library will be holding a Community Breakfast, Teen Car Wash, Pet Adoption Fair, Food Drive, and have Children’s Volunteer Stations.
Shelter Island Public Library
The Smithtown Library
Create blankets for Project Linus.
Animal Shelter Drive
Tuesday, October 2 • 7:00-8:00pm
Be a part of the Great Give Back and help the library as they create an Animal Shelter Drive that will be at the Commack Branch from October 3-31. Teens will make posters of adoptable pets and decorate a donation box to collect animal food and gently used towels and blankets. They will also be making catnip toys for the feline residents of the shelter.
–Kings Park Branch
Teens can travel to the St. Johnland Nursing Center in Kings Park to play board games with the residents.
Helping Hands – 10:00-12:00pm
Drop in for a morning full of crafting for a cause. We will be making bookmarks to donate to our local nursing homes and sending to our homebound patrons. No registration required.
Helping Hands – Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 10:00-12:00pm
Drop in for a morning full of crafting for a cause. We will be making bookmarks to donate to our local nursing homes and sending to our homebound patrons. This program is part of the Great Give Back Series. No registration required.
South Country Library
Pennies for Pediatrics benefiting drive for Stony Brook Children’s Hospital from 9/1-10/31
Art Supply Drive benefiting William’s Warriors from 10/1-10/13
Cards for Hospitalized Kids on 10/13 from 9:30-5pm
South Huntington Public Library
Youth in grades 6-12 are welcome to stop in between the hours of 11am to 3pm to write a letter thanking our military heroes for their service. One hour of community service for those who participate. No registration required.
Southold Free Library
Help the library “Give Back” to their local Animal Shelter. Patrons can drop off donations from 1-5pm. Theresa Maritato is also offering an Animal Shelter Vintage Art program from 4-5pm to help promote pet adoption!
West Babylon Public Library
There will be a variety of drop in crafts for children and teens to create – some of which include Cards for Hospitalized Kids, Letters to Vets and picture frames, dog toys, cat toys and collars to be donated to local animal shelters.
West Islip Public Library
Join the library in making Caring Cards for children in a local hospital. One hour of community service will be awarded.
Westhampton Free Library
It’s all about the dogs…
THE GREAT GIVE BACK MEETS ADOPT-A-SHELTER-DOG MONTH!
What better way to celebrate giving back to your community than by participating in Adopt-A-
Shelter-Dog Month? Join the Library for:
DINE, DOG AND DISCUSS: THE TRUTH ABOUT SHELTER
DOGS: Friday, October 5 at 6:00pm.
You’ve read the stories. You’ve watched Pitbulls and Parolees. But what is the truth about shelter dogs—including pitbulls? Join us as the Southampton Animal Shelter offers a first-hand account about the dogs some consider second-hand— and others believe are the best dogs of all.
ISLE OF DOGS (PG-13):Friday, October 12 at 6:00pm.
See MOVIE NIGHTS for more information.
THE SOUTHAMPTON ANIMAL SHELTER ADOPTION VAN
will be here on Saturday, October 13 from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
Meet some fabulous canines—and maybe a forever friend.
TEAM DOGE VS. TEAM SNOOPY: October 1- October 31. Come donate items for local animal shelters by placing them in either Doge’s box or Snoopy’s box and see who wins in the end! Teens that choose the winning team will get a prize. Who will be top dog?
DOGS ON PARADE: Saturday, October 13 from 11:30am – 12:30pm.
Meet in front of the Library with your furry friend in costume at 11:30am. Parade will step off at 11:45 sharp and activities will follow. Inquire at the Idea Place for specific information.
Wyandanch Public Library
Teens will participate in a community wide shredding event geared to help people keep control over their identity. Their time will be donated to help seniors transport files and boxes to be shredded.
NASSAU COUNTY LIBRARIES
Baldwin Public Library
The library will be holding a food drive.
Bayville Free Library
The library will be hosting a Pet Food Drive during the month of October.
Bellmore Memorial Library
The library will be running a food drive for both people and pets.
Bethpage Public Library
Community food drive for St. Martin of Tours Food Pantry of Bethpage October 6th through 20th.
The Bryant Library
Volunteers of all ages are welcome to Color A Smile at The Bryant Library from 9:00am – 4:30pm in the Children’s Room on Saturday, October 13. Color A Smile is a nonprofit organization that distributes cheerful drawings to Senior Citizens, Our Troops Overseas, and anyone in need of a smile. Your drawings will be shared with others to help brighten their day.
East Meadow Public Library
The library will be running a food drive.
East Rockaway Public Library
Non-perishible food collection and card making for The Little St. Nick Foundation
East Williston Public Library
Collecting items for Ronald McDonald House Long Island.
Elmont Memorial Library
The library will be offering community-minded events for the entire family including letters to our active military and veterans, Cards for Hospitalized Kids, and more!
Farmingdale Public Library
SUPERHEROES FIGHT HUNGER!
Help support local food pantries! During Fandom Fest we’ll be holding a food drive for the local food pantries. Please bring in non-perishable, non-expired food and place it in our donation box.
HELP A CHILD IN NEED DISCOVER THE WORLD OF COLOR
During our Fandom Fest we’ll be collecting new crayons for the non-profit organization Color for Kids. Please place your donations in the donation box.
Floral Park Public Library
Head to the library on October 7th for a family Event creating/donating bandanas to a local shelter for pet adoption!
Franklin Square Public Library
There are many ways to Give Back at the library:
-Decorate placemats to give to Meals on Wheels
-Color bookmarks to give to seniors at the Plattduetsch Retirement Home
-Collection of travel sized toiletries for the Mary Brennan Inn (October 1st-13th)
-Purchase a bag of legos in the children’s room to “Build a Better World”. Use 20 legos to build on what other children had previously done. Money collected will be donated to the organization “Book Fairies”. (3 week program)
Freeport Memorial Library
Food for Fines – collecting food and personal items in lieu of fines owed. The items being collected will be donated to Long Island Cares.
The library will also be holding a blood drive the day before on Friday, October 12, 2018.
Garden City Public Library
Between October 6th and October 20th, please help stock the pantry shelves at Ronald McDonald House of Long Island with everyday essentials for the residents. Please stop by and bring donated items and place them in the box in the lobby. Here is a suggested list of pantry items that are on their wish list:
Snack Foods (Chips, Pretzels and Cookies — snack size/individual pre-packaged), Cereal, Oatmeal, Rice, Cooking Oil, Mayonnaise, Canned Fruit, Chef Boyardee, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Tuna Fish, Paper Towels, Paper Napkins,Paper Plates, Aluminum Trays, and Plastic Silverware
Glen Cove Public Library
Any Soldier Donation Program for Teens
Saturday, October 13 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Send good wishes and help organize donations into boxes to bring to the Post Office. All donations willingly accepted.
We will provide the materials for you and your family to write letters of thanks to our troops. Create cards that speak from the heart that will be sent overseas to our soldiers.
Community service available for children in grades 6-12.
Birthday Party Supply Drive
September 22 – October 13
The Glen Cove Public Library is taking part in the Great Give Back by hosting a Birthday Party Supply drive in collaboration with Long Island Cares. Collection boxes will be in the Library from September 22nd through October 13. Help make a child’s birthday special. Donate new, unopened birthday supplies such as cake mix, frosting, candles, paper goods, wrapping paper, gift bags, books, or unwrapped gifts.
Gold Coast Public Library
Food for Fines
Great Neck Library
Teen Craft-for-a-Cause, Tuesdays in October, 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Lakeville Branch (475 Great Neck Rd.).
Volunteer and make a difference for local community organizations. Earn community service by participating in craft and writing projects for a variety of interests and abilities. Your service will impact youth, families, veterans, pets, and more. Come as often or as little as you would like. No registration needed.
Sticks-in-the-Stacks, Wednesdays in October, 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. at Lakeville Branch (475 Great Neck Rd.).
Come and learn the basics, perhaps just brush up on what you already know and help us crochet and knit for a cause! All skill levels are welcome. Supplies will be provided, or bring your own from home. Please call to register at ext. 232.
Hempstead Public Library
The Great Give Back
9 am to 5 pm on Saturday, October 13
Come in anytime on Saturday, October 13th to decorate cards and write letters to honor and thank our troops, Veterans, New Recruits, or First Responders for their service to our country. We will collaborate with Operation Gratitude, and their mission to to lift the spirits and meet the evolving needs of the U.S. Military and First Responder communities, and express appreciation to all who serve our nation. Open to children and adults alike!
Henry Waldinger Memorial Library
Children of all ages can make decorative bookmarks to promote libraries and reading. The bookmarks will be distributed to community groups, seniors, vets, etc.
The library will be asking the children to sign up for one of 3 different sessions – 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. – to make bookmarks.
Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library
There are two ways to give back at the library:
1) The Library will be supporting our veterans with letters and cards that children can fill out with one of our teen volunteers in the HWPL Children’s Room on Sunday, October 14 during the Arts Below Sunrise Festival. They will be delivered to veterans at the VA St. Albans Community Living Center.
2) On October 16, members of Care to Knit and other “crafty” volunteers, will be dropping off pink crocheted and knitted scarves at our Information Desk for women with breast cancer. Patterns can be picked up at HWPL.
Hillside Public Library
Help Host a Halloween party for Ronald McDonald House.
Island Park Public Library
Stars of Hope for Marshalltown, Iowa – 1PM to 4PM
All are welcome to come to the Library to paint a wooden star with a message of hope for the residents of Marshalltown, Iowa whose town was devastated by a tornado in late June.
Island Trees Public Library
For the week of Monday, October 8 to Saturday, October 13, we will hold a “Food for Fines” drive to fill the food banks of Island Harvest. For each non-perishable food item, $1.00 in Island Trees Public Library fines will be waived. Of course, any donation of non-perishable food is welcome at this time!
Jericho Public Library
Create book marks for a local nursing homes, decorate bags containing a craft for a local children’s hospitals, and quilt blocks for Safe and Warm Quilt Initiative Campaign.
Lakeview Public Library
Pajama Drive: October 1st – 31st
The library will be holding a pajama drive for kids and teens in need. Help give children a warm goodnight by donating new pajamas. Pajamas for teens are especially needed in sizes up to Adult XL.
On October 13 we will be making cards and bookmarks to include with the donations.
Levittown Public Library
1. The Children’s Department will host a food drive for the food pantry run by St. Bernard’s Social Ministry.
2. The Young Adult Department will host a craft program for teens grades 6-12 to decorate fabric blocks to contribute to the Safe and Warm Quilt Initiative Campaign to benefit homeless youth.
3. The Adult Department will partner with the Levittown Community Council to collect clothes and fabric for RewearAble (a recycling and job creation program committed to helping people with developmental disabilities pursue enviable lives through employment).
Locust Valley Library
Collection of food for Long Island Cares.
Long Beach Public Library
Food for Fines
In connection with “The Great Give Back,” 50 cents will be deducted from a patron’s library fines for each non-perishable food item donat-ed at any of Long Beach Library’s branches during the week of October 13-19. Donated food will be given to the Long Beach Soup Kitchen.
Rules & Regulations:
-Perishable, expired, beyond sell by date, and homemade food items will not be accepted.
-Both current and pre-existing fines are eligible for reduction.
-While you can donate more items than you have fines (and we hope you do), a negative fine balance cannot be established.
-Fines can only be reduced on items belonging to the Long Beach Li-brary (and its branches). We can’t forgive fines for items belonging to other libraries.
-Ineligible items: Museum passes, ROKU, Playaways, Concept Kits, and all Reference materials.
-Bills associated with damaged or lost items are not eligible.
-Collection agency fines cannot be waived.
All donations of non-perishable food items will be much appreciated, however, the following guidelines will help the largest number of people:
-The most sought-after food items are canned tuna and chicken, broth, canned vegetables, kosher salt, canned tomatoes, and olive oil.
-Economy size containers/cans/boxes of foodstuff makes it faster and easier for volunteers to create largescale meals during busy mealtimes.
Lynbrook Public Library
All day the storytime room will be converted into a letter writing center! A place for patrons to write letters for the Operation Gratitude program. Every Operation Gratitude Care Package includes a bundle of letters from the American people, thanking Troops, Veterans, New Recruits, or First Responders for their service to our country.
Can’t make it?
Donate Care Package Items or bring letters from home and drop them off at the library to be included in care packages. Items can be dropped off in the Library Lobby starting October 1. Wanted Care Package Items: Travel Size Toothpaste Travel Size Deodorant (non-aerosol) Playing Cards Gum Lip Balm Batteries (“AA” and/or “AAA”) Letters/Cards
Malverne Public Library
There will be a Bideawee Shelter Supply Drive and drop in craft making cat toys to be donated to Bideawee as well!
Manhasset Public Library
The Manhasset Public Library will be holding a food drive from Friday, October 12 through Monday, October 15. The library will partner with local organization, Neil’s Wheels (neilswheelsny.com) to collect nonperishable food items to be donated to Long Island Cares, Inc. Boxes provided by Neil’s Wheels will be located in the lobby of the library.
Stop by the Children’s Room to color greeting cards and fall decorations for residents at Highfield Garden Care Center. Participation in the program includes permission to take photos for library use.” 9 am – 5 pm on Saturday October 13.
Massapequa Public Library
The library is working with the Y.E.S. Community center in Massapequa to collect donations of canned goods, toiletries, and socks for their office. Collections will begin the week preceding October 13th.
Holding a kids’ movie party to benefit The Book Fairies.
Mineola Memorial Library
On Wednesday October 10, the Mineola Library is hosting a quilt program to benefit Family & Children’s Association, a 134-year old Mineola non-profit organization, and their homeless youth programs. Volunteers will decorate fabric squares to be sewn into Long Island’s largest quilt. We would like to encourage all library staff and patrons to stop on down to decorate a square using fabric markers. The program time is 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm on Wednesday October 10.
North Bellmore Public Library
Please join the library for a day of community service, family and fun as they host the following:
THANK YOU VETERANS!
Drop in anytime on Saturday, October 13th to decorate cards and write letters to honor and thank our Veterans for their service. We will collaborate with Operation Gratitude, and their mission to express appreciation for the sacrifices of our Military. Our cards and letters will be included in the care packages sent to Military Veterans all across the country.
Our Library is hosting a Birthday Party Supply drive in collaboration with Birthday Wishes, a local charity with a mission to provide birthday parties to children experiencing homelessness. Collection boxes will be in the Library from October 13th through November 13th. Help make a child’s birthday special. Donate new, unopened birthday supplies such as themed plastic tablecloths, birthday banners, party hats, blowers, balloons, disposable cake pans, juice boxes, birthday plates and napkins (no solids) and unwrapped toys. After our collection is complete, we will host a Birthday Box fill and assembly party to get our boxes ready for delivery.
North Merrick Public Library
Beginning October 3rd the library will host a series of Crochet Classes where teens will learn to crochet a scarf that will be distributed by the Kiwanis to persons in need.
On October 13th the library will host a family event and will be collecting new children’s pajamas and new and gently used children’s books.
The library has adopted a library in Puerto Rico which was devastated by Hurricane Maria.
On October 13th we will be running a community wide supply and fundraising drive to help Biblioteca Ana Roqué de Duprey in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Oyster Bay – East Norwich Public Library
All ages may join us for a Caturday event:
Saturday, October 6, 2018, 2:15 – 3:15 pm
Come in to create fun cat toys; teens can earn Community Service, but it’s open to all ages.
Register online here, or call us at (516) 922-1212:
Peninsula Public Library
PLEASE NOTE ALL EVENTS TAKING PLACE ON SUNDAY OCTOBER 14TH:
Winter Items Drive: 1-3PM
Bring new or gently used winter items – hats, gloves, scarves, coats, & warm clothing to benefit Big Brothers and Big Sisters Long Island for the entire month of October. Volunteers can help organize donations on Sunday, October 14, 1-3PM in the Community Room.
Teen Tech Talk: – 1-3PM
Teen volunteers will be available by appointment to help answer any questions about using electronic smart devices including: iPhones, iPads, Android devices, & eReaders. Library users interested in this service and teens interested in volunteering should speak with a librarian at the desk to register.
Picture Book Drive: 1-3PM
Bring new or gently used picture books to be donated to the Five Towns Early Learning Center’s small lending library for children ages 0-4 through Sunday, October 14th. Volunteers can help organize donations on Sunday, October 14, 1-3PM in the Community Room.
Plainedge Public Library
The library will be collecting toys and items for The Child Life Program at The Children’s Medical Center at NYU Winthrop Hospital.
Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library
Teen volunteers can give back by working with the Friends of the Library during their annual book sale.
Port Washington Public Library
The library will be holding a food collection drive for a Our Lady Fatima Roman Catholic Church food pantry from October 5-19. Donation boxes will be held in the lobby. Donations needed include: Cooking oil, canned tuna, canned fruit, pasta and pasta sauce. Please be mindful of expiration dates on donated items.
They will also be collecting items to support the North Shore Animal League of America from October 5-19. Donation boxes will be held in the lobby. Donations needed include: Newspapers, towels, brushes (cats and dogs), nail clippers, soft cat treats, small blankets, Milk Bone Biscuits, cat toys. For Dogs: Kong Toys or Nylabones Only (no squeaker toys please.) Small kitty litter boxes, crates, metal food/water bowls, large metal serving spoons, kitty litter, paper towels, scratching posts, plastic storage bins, pet carriers (new.)
Rockville Centre Public Library
All September long the library is collecting for birthday party kits: cake mix, frosting, candles, balloons, party hats, etc.
From 9:30AM-1PM on October 13 we will assemble the kits and make birthday cards to help families in need celebrate. Kits will be donated to the Mary Brennan INN in Hempstead, NY.
Roosevelt Public Library
It’s time to give back to the community! Join us in a Long Island wide community service event. Check out our schedule of events:
10 AM – 2PM | Teen Car Wash: Get a free car wash from the Roosevelt Teens
10 AM- 4 PM | Cards for Veterans: Make card cards to thank the men who have bravely served
2 PM – 4 PM | Teddy Bear Decorating: Make a toy to donate to families with newborns
All Day | Food Pantry Drive: Food collection for the new Roosevelt Public Library Food Pantry
All Day | Socks for Seniors: Sock collection for Senior Citizens
Donations will be accepted until the end of October.
Seaford Public Library
Food for Fines – The library will be collecting food and personal items in lieu of fines owed. The items being collected will be donated to Long Island Cares.
Shelter Rock Public Library
All Patrons are welcome to donate an approved snack item which will be brought to the Ronald McDonald House.
Teens will join with children grades 3-5 to package the snack items and make a Halloween themed tic tac toe game, which will then be donated to families at the Ronald McDonald House.
Teens will play pumpkin tic tac toe with children grades prek-2 and share a story and snack with them. Children are welcome to attend in their Halloween costumes.
Syosset Public Library
Inspirational Tote Donation with Green Earth Crafts. Teens will create a tie dye tote bag that will be filled with non-perishable food items and donated to food banks throughout Long Island.
Craft Kits will be assembled by children for children who are in the hospital.
Uniondale Public Library
Help the Uniondale Library support Island Harvest in The Great Give Back! 1 food item donation replaces 1 book fine on Uniondale Library items.
Wantagh Public Library
Twin Lakes Preserve Clean Up.
West Hempstead Public Library
The library will b collecting Halloween and Purim costumes to donate to a local church and synagogue.
Westbury Memorial Public Library
Westbury Library will be hosting an all day food collection drive for local food pantries. Please donate non-perishable, non-expired food at the circulation desks. As a thank-you for this day only, with every 3 items donated your overdue fines will be waived. Westbury cardholders and Westbury library materials only. Does not apply to items left in the book drop.
Williston Park Public Library
On Saturday, October 13, children are invited to make bookmarks for our local veterans.
The library will also be collecting household items and canned good for St. Aidan’s Outreach pantry.