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DO NO HARM: A Staged Reading

What if the real madman in a mental institution is the doctor in charge. A young man trapped on a locked back ward battles to outwit the sadistic psychiatrist determined to keep him there. Please join the East Hampton Library in welcoming local author Dr. Paul Moschetta and a group of community actors as they bring to life this captivating tale of psychological suspense.

Sun, August 5, 2018

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Free Event at The East Hampton Library call (631) 324-0222 ext.3 or register at Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/do-no-harm-a-staged-reading-tickets-45317173887?aff=ebapi

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Become a Literacy Volunteer

We are presently looking for Literacy Voulenteers to help adult students to broaden their vocabulary, and become better readers.  This is a great opportunity to make a difference in someones life. Below is a link to a wonderful article from Forbes magazine about the benefits of being a literacy volunteer.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/nextavenue/2016/11/08/the-bliss-of-being-an-adult-literacy-volunteer/#2ad66ae92d80

Literacy Suffolk volunteer form

http://nebula.wsimg.com/c286e7bbf3461670c5af9e3df4584f41?AccessKeyId=FCA64DBD1A230850E8C5&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

If interested contact the East Hampton Library at (631) 324-0222 ext.3

On Montauk: A Literary Celebration – Authors Reading

Hosted by: Céline Keating

with readings by

Maryann Calendrille,  Jo Carney,  Stacey Donovan,
Dave Krusa,  Nanci LaGarenne,  Lisa Michne,
Michael Schenkler, and Marge Winski

Why an anthology of fiction, poetry, and essay on Montauk?

One of the world’s great fishing ports; site of the first cattle ranch in the US; refuge for Teddy Roosevelt’s Roughriders back from San Juan Hill; rum-runner headquarters during Prohibition; very nearly the Miami Beach of the north; site of the premier US lighthouse; home to unique, endangered species and second home to generations of New York firefighters, police, teachers, artists, and writers; a major defense installation during World War II and the Cold War—Montauk packs more history, culture, nature, and mystery into its few square miles than perhaps any other locale in the US.

Now, more than fifty writers and photographers celebrate this unique place, just at the moment when it is chalenged on the one hand by an invasion of entrepreneurs, and on the other, by rising seawaters that threaten its homes and beaches. (–Publisher)

(Books will be available for purchase at the reading – and at your local bookstores!)

Monday July 11th 5:30-7 PM

register at The Adult Reference Desk, or call (631) 324-0222 ext.3 or at The Eventbrite link below

www.eventbrite.com…

Poetry Readings and Tea — Virginia Walker

Neuron Mirror by Virginia Walker and Michael Walsh celebrates and   remembers Helen Shields (mother of Virginia Walker), Diana Chang, Robert Long, Siv Cedering, Antje Katcher, and Michael Walsh. All the poets remembered were well known in the Hamptons/East End literary circles.
Virginia Walker has pledged all monies from the sale of this book to go directly to pancreatic cancer research through the Lustgarten Foundation.  The book includes a brief essay from Dr. Helen Shields, a sister of Virginia Walker, describing the advances in pancreatic cancer treatment and the need for more research.

                                                  To register, Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3

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