Children raising their hands while learning

Join us at one of our free children’s library events this summer. It’s our 7th year presenting our show “Future Scientists: Learn What It Takes to Become an Entomologist.” Our very first show in 2011 was on a very hot summer day in Port Jefferson. Two of our entomologists, Lynn Frank and Bob Wiemer, introduced the children to Madagascar hissing roaches, a tarantula, scorpion and other insects. They talked briefly about each, gave each child a close-up experience and answered a ton of questions. Our shows always begin with a coloring book and end with a prize give-away.  This year, we again look forward to meeting more Long Island children, their parents and the librarians!The free library program runs for 45 minutes to an hour for Grades 3 – 5. Come and join the buggy fun!

2018 Free Long Island Children’s Event

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 2:30-3:15 pm
Smithtown Main Library
1 North Country Rd. Smithtown, NY 11787
To register: (631) 265-2072

Monday July 30th  at 4:30 pm.
Hauppauge Public Library
1373 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Hauppauge, NY 11788
To register (631) 979-1600

Monday, August 6 at 4 pm
Half Hallow Hills Community Library
Location to be determined
To register: (631) 421-4530

Tuesday August 28th at 3 pm
Rogers Memorial Library
91 Coopers Farm Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
To register: 631-283-0774


Our children’s library program is one way that we give back to the Long Island community. #SuburbanCares

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