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hoopla Bonus Borrows are back for the month of November!

Due to popular demand, hoopla has brought back the hoopla Bonus Borrows program for the month of November! When you borrow a Bonus Borrows title during the month of November, you will be debited ZERO borrows from your monthly hoopla borrows. In addition to these titles, you will continue to have access to hoopla's full collection of over 950,000 eBooks, audiobooks, movies, TV shows, music, comics, and more.
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Thanksgiving on hoopla

  Thanksgiving 4 weeks away... Use hoopla to find cookbooks with great recipe ideas , and kids Thanksgiving titles too!

Universal Class

Clear your mind and take a break from the news by taking a Universal Class.  In just a few hours you'll find out how to professionally decorate a cake, discover meteorology, decorate a room, and much more.  Log in from the library home page with your barcode and password.

PAUMANOK: Long Island’s Original Name ("land that gives tribute")

Long Island’s historical roots begin with the North American tribes who lived here and whose influence can still be felt today.    What better time to start your exploration than Native American Month and what better place than your Library!  Browse our multi-media display and check out our Long Island History Collection.   Feeling adventurous?   Take a drive this weekend to Garvies Point  (museum pass coming soon or Southold Indian Museum .

hoopla November Movies of the Month

 It's a new month and that means your hoopla checkouts have reset! Looking for something new to watch? Check out these November movie picks from hoopla digital.

Devour Books not Brains

    Are you ready for Halloween?? Click here or on the image above for a digital collection of spooky reads.

Libby app, by OverDrive

Read ebooks and listen to audiobooks from our library . Download the free Libby app on your phone or tablet! Download Libby | Getting Started with Libby | Libby Help

Halloween on hoopla

  Halloween is almost here! Use hoopla to find something classic, creepy or cute to watch, listen to or read. There are also collections for teens and kids . Check them out!

Gardeners' Corner with Liz

 Pesto Presto  Click Here for great recipes

Staff Book Review with Liz

What would your last meal on this earth be? Set in 1950’s Louisiana, this story follows Ginny Polk, daughter of a murdered prison warden, who grows up to become the penitentiary’s cook.  Her specialty, providing last meals to death row inmates.  This story is as timely as ever, uncovering universal truths, not only of the incessant racial bias in our prison system, but of the personal prisons we build for ourselves.  Grappling with the age old adage, “The Truth Shall Set You Free”, Ginny Polk’s personal journey to freedom is both inspirational and thought provoking. Join us, Nine Perfect Strangers Book Club on Tuesday, September 22 at 10 am if you’d like to discuss The Last Suppers even further!