The Holidays are here but that doesn’t mean you have to throw your diet out the window! Join Registered Dietitian, Dana Dragone for a 3-part LIVE cooking series. She will be demoing 3 healthy holiday recipes- an appetizer, a side dish and a dessert. Impress your friends and families this holiday season and bring these diet friendly options to your next holiday gathering.
In 1990, President George H.W. Bush declared the month of November National American Indian Heritage Month (now commonly referred to as Native American Heritage Month). Decades earlier, the first American Indian Day was celebrated in May 1916 in New York through the effort of Red Fox James. He had ridden his horse throughout the country to appeal to 24 state governments to honor this day. We now have 6.9 million American Indian or Alaskan Natives amongst the U.S. population and there are 574 federally recognized Native tribes.
All November long is Native American Heritage Month! Come in and check out our selection of fiction and nonfiction titles by authors from Native backgrounds, novels championing Native American stories, and historical accounts. Check out books by Sherman Alexie, Louise Erdrich and Tommy Orange.
Looking for other ways to celebrate? Make a Native American recipe, like fry bread or three sisters soup. Visit a Native American heritage site such as the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum, Garvies Point Museum & Preserve or the Southold Indian Museum. Let us know how you plan to celebrate!
Ever wondered about crystals? What are they? How to use them? If they even work? In this class we will discuss the answers to all these questions and more. Learn how to bring the Earth’s healing energy into your own home and use crystals to manifest your dreams, improve your health and relieve stress. This talk will take place on November 5th at 12 PM.
This Zoom event will be hosted by Dana Dragone. For the past 8 years, Dana has been dedicating her life to educating herself in how to heal others through food and holistic methods. After completing her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Vermont she moved on to West Virginia University to complete a masters in clinical nutrition, and has since enrolled to be a Doctoral candidate at the Maryland University of Integrated Health where she will soon graduate as a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition with a concentration in Functional Medicine. Dana has been practicing as a nutritional consult for the past 3 years at Southampton Hospital before opening her own practice in Jan 2020.
Are you missing our fitness classes as much as we are? The good news is that we are coming back with some new fitness offerings on Zoom! Our online classes will now include chair yoga and a general fitness class for older adults.
Starting tomorrow, October 22, we will have our first Chair Yoga class with Kate Alesio. This will run each Thursday at 11 AM through December 17th. In these classes, participants will learn and practice simple yoga exercises and breathing techniques in a way that is safe, easy and gentle for all bodies. The yoga exercises will be done sitting in chairs and/or using chairs as support for balancing. Our instructor, Kate Alesio, is a certified yoga instructor and has been practicing yoga and meditation since 1997.
Our Fitness for Older Adults class will begin on October 27th at 11 AM and will run on each Tuesday through December 29th. This is a basic exercise class geared towards seniors and older adults. Join instructor Renae Puco, a certified group fitness instructor and personal trainer with over 14 years of experience, as she leads you on you fitness education journey.
We here at the East Hampton Library love a spooky story. Would you like to participate in creating your own spooky story just in time for Halloween? It’s simple! Only two sentences are needed to send a shiver down your spine. Submit a story for a chance to win a prize! Horror story submissions may be about any terrifying or gruesome subject, but must be two sentences (400 characters or less) in length.
Submissions must be put in by October 28th. Your submitted stories will be voted upon as a blind review by library staff. Three lucky wordsmiths will be chosen to receive gift cards! Our gift cards will be handed out to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners from Book Hampton, Scoops and Starbucks respectively. The winner will be announced Friday, October 30th!
Need some inspiration? Here are some examples to help you get your creative juices flowing:
I decided to kill off a few characters in the book I’m writing. It would definitely spice up my autobiography a little.
I found a dead body in my trunk today. Which is strange because I remember putting two in there yesterday.
Official entry forms are available at the Reference Desk. Happy writing!
Join us as we discuss The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. The book is set in Chicago in 1893, interweaving the true tales of Daniel Burnham, the architect behind the 1893 World’s Fair, and H. H. Holmes, a serial killer who lured his victims to their deaths in his elaborately constructed “Murder Castle”. Copies can be requested or are available digitally on Libby. This will be hosted outdoors at the library from 10:30-11:30 AM.
This October, the East Hampton Library is featuring real-life spooky stories that actually happened and frightening fiction to get you in the mood for Halloween. Come in and take a look at our displays that include classics from Stephen King, books about the most famous female serial killers, and more!
Interested in true crime, but prefer to watch movies or listen to a podcast? We have options for you! We have included a list of documentaries about true crime events that you can access for free using your library card with the app Kanopy. Access Kanopy from the library homepage and enter your information to get started. The list of podcasts included in our display can be accessed for free on any platform you prefer to listen on.
So grab some apple cider, put on a scarf and head into the library to get ready for fall!
Looking for ways to improve your immune system? Worried about getting sick this winter?
Join Dana Dragone, Registered Dietitian and Doctoral Candidate to learn about ways to boost your immune system naturally and prevent illness all winter long. During this online event, you will discover the best foods, supplements, and activities to keep you feeling healthy and strong all season.
For the past 8 years, Dana has been dedicating her life to educating herself on how to heal others through food and holistic methods. After completing her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Vermont, she moved on to West Virginia University to complete a Masters in Clinical Nutrition, and has since enrolled to be a Doctoral candidate at the Maryland University of Integrated Health where she will soon graduate as a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition with a concentration in Functional Medicine. Dana has been practicing as a nutritional consult for the past 3 years at Southampton Hospital before opening her own practice in January 2020.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 20th at 12 PM Via Zoom
HOW: Register on Eventbrite, or by calling 631-324-0222 ext. 3, or email us at email@example.com
THE CHESS MATCH OF THE CENTURY BOBBY FISCHER VS BORIS SPASSKY A Zoom presentation with Ulysses Tapley presented in part by The Rogers Memorial Library, and East End Libraries will be held on October 19, 2020 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.
In 1972, when Bobby Fischer challenged Boris Spassky, the Russian world champion, the headlines it generated competed with the Watergate scandal and Vietnam. Fisher was only thirteen years old at the time when the “Game of the Century” was played. The media publicized this match as a Cold War confrontation between the US and USSR. It attracted more worldwide interest than any chess championship before or since. Join chess instructor Ulysses Tapley for commentary about that historic game.
Register at Eventbrite or call (631) 324-0222 ext. 3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org A Zoom link will be sent out 15 minutes before the event to all who register.
Lawrence of Arabia : His life as author, collector, patron and publisher. presented by the Dorset Branch of the T.E. Lawrence Society
The program will break down the life of T.E. Lawrence as follows:
John Johnson-Allen asks: Who was T.E. Lawrence and why is he still important today? Tony Gill describes how his home at Clouds Hill was central to his literary life; Lorraine Tinsley speaks on the books he carried in the war and their importance to him; Susan Vincent will talk about Lawrence’s achievements as both an author and translator; George Thompson speaks on Lawrence’s roles as patron of the visual arts and publisher; Martin Gething will describe Lawrence’s passion for collecting books and music; Neill Child will tell us about Lawrence’s literary circle that centered on Clouds Hill; and Susan Vincent will conclude today’s presentation.
Neill Child—Neill is a local historian and a volunteer guide at Clouds Hill, Dorset, the cottage once owned by Lawrence and now a writer’s home museum operated by the U.K. National Trust Martin Gething—Martin was a research scientist in the UK’s Ministry of Defence for 35 years, with his last ten years spent in organisational management. Since retiring four years ago Martin has been a volunteer guide with the National Trust at Clouds Hill, Dorset. Tony Gill—Tony works on behalf of the National Trust at Clouds Hill, Dorset, where he oversees the day to day running of the property, ably assisted by a small army of dedicated volunteers. John Johnson-Allen— John spent nearly nine years at sea as a navigating officer in the Merchant Navy. He holds an MA in Maritime History, is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Institute of Navigation, Chairman of the Institute of Seamanship, and Chairman of the Judging Panel for the Mountbatten Maritime Book Award. John has been a member of the T.E. Lawrence Society for over 30 years. George Thompson—George is an American historian, author and lecturer. He holds an MFA in Visual Art and an MA in Modern European History and was for over 25 years a professor and dean in higher education. Lorraine Tinsley—Lorraine is a Canadian writer and local historian who has lived, worked and travelled throughout the Middle East. She holds an MA in Public Administration and she is an MA candidate in Public History at the University of Western Ontario. Susan Vincent— Susan is a freelance Executive Search Consultant specializing in the Engineering and Marketing worlds globally. Susan has a BSc Hons degree from the University of Exeter, Devon in Politics and Economics and is now completing an MA in Classical Studies from the Open University.