Give the gift of warmth at the East Hampton Library! We will be collecting coats, hats, gloves and scarves to benefit families in need. We will be collecting these items through February 26th. Stop by the reference desk with your donations to be added to our coat drive.
In the next coming weeks, we will have the winter items displayed on racks to be looked through and chosen by our patrons to take home.
Last week, the Adult Reference Department collected items to be donated to our local animal shelters. With great success, there were many pet supplies donated for homeless pets including food, kitty litter, dog crates, cat carriers, treats, and more!
On Saturday, October 16th, the library hosted another way to give back by having volunteers stuff gift bags to be given to adopters of new pets. Forty-eight gift bags were given to the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons to be handed out to families when they bring home their new pet. Each gift bag included new toys and treats for either a cat or dog going to their forever home.
Thank you to all of our patrons that participated in this local initiative!
Have you saved seeds from your home garden this year? Come by our first seed swap to share them and swap them with your local community on November 3rd at 6PM. Register to attend here.
Seeds from our seed library will be available to take as well as any seeds brought and saved from other gardeners. Please come with as much information about your seeds as possible to ensure they can be labeled correctly for the seed swap. Find more information about how to save seeds and prepare for the swap by visiting our Resources Page here.
Planting information and seed saving guides will be available at the swap. Come share your harvest and enjoy refreshments with other gardening enthusiasts!
Seed Swap will be held in the Library Courtyard. In the case of inclement weather, swap will be held in the Baldwin Room.
Celebrate Hispanic Art : Virtual Tour and Presentation with Joyce Raimondo
Virtual Tour and Presentation with Joyce Raimondo Celebrate the artistic achievements of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican painter, Jose Clemente Orozco, and others. Discover how these Hispanic artists inspired Jackson Pollock in the creation of his groundbreaking abstract art. Then live on Zoom, tour the barn studio where Pollock created his famous drip paintings and Lee Krasner created her abstract art. To Register: Call (631) 324-0222, Ext. 3, Stop by the Adult Reference Desk, or Visit www.eventbrite.com… A Zoom Link will be emailed to all participants 15 minutes before the start of the program