Cold Spring Harbor Library’s October Events

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Cold Spring Harbor Library

SIGNATURE EVENT: Spooky Classical Jazz by the Paul Joseph Quartet
Sunday, October 21 at 2pm
Composer/pianist Paul Joseph and his jazz quartet will present Halloween-inspired interpretations of classical music favorites. You will hear masterworks such as “Funeral March” by Chopin, “Danse Macabre” by Saint-Saëns and “Funeral March of a Marionette” by Gounod, and others as you’ve never heard them before.

Free and open to all. Advance registration requested.

 

Meditation with Linda Cafiero
Wednesday, October 17 at 2pm

Come for a relaxing hour of guided meditation led by Linda Cafiero, and discover the path to your true nature. Chairs will be available, as well as floor space for those who prefer to lie down. Please bring a towel, mat or pillow if you plan on being on the floor.

Free and open to all. Advance registration requested.

 

CSH Cinema
The library will offer movies on select Thursdays, but always at 2pm. When available, movies will be shown with closed captioning. Titles subject to change.
October 11Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (PG-13, 95 minutes)

 

Women’s Health & Integrative Medicine
Tuesday, October 9 at 7pm

Women traditionally are responsible for not only their own health, but the health of their entire families. Lucy Gade, MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Wellness and Integrative Medicine, will introduce you to the emerging field of integrative medicine and discuss steps you can take to ensure better health for yourself and your loved ones.

Free and open to all. Advance registration requested.

 

Defensive Driving Full-Day Class
Saturday, October 13, 9:30am-3:30pm

Refresh your driving knowledge, reduce points, and save on insurance premiums, all in one Saturday! An instructor for the Empire Safety Council will cover all of the material in this full-day session.

This program is open to all – you do not need to be member of the Cold Spring Harbor Library to attend. Min. 10/max. 30 students.

Please register in person at the Library’s Information Services Desk by October 6. A check for $30, payable to Empire Safety Council, is required at the time of registration.

Remember to bring a bag lunch and your NYS driver license to class!

 

iPad/iPhone Basic Settings
Tuesday, October 16 at 2pm

Apple gives iPhone and iPad users great flexibility in personalizing and controlling their devices. To take full advantage of this, though, you need to understand how to control their settings. A SeniorNet representative will give you an overview of these devices and a detailed look at how you can activate and change your device’s settings.

Please note: This is a presentation, not a hands-on workshop.

 

Free & open to all. Advance registration appreciated.

 

Introduction to Emotional Freedom Technique/Tapping
Thursday, October 18 at 2pm
Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as EFT or “tapping,” is a healing modality used to help individuals empower themselves by taking control of their self-limiting thoughts and negative behaviors to overcome their obstacles.

In this introduction, Donna Nesteruk you will teach you how to access the dynamic energy source within your body to break free from stifling old patterns and to constructively work towards achieving your goals. Donna is a certified life and mindset coach, and a non-invasive sound therapist.

This program is free and open to all.  Advance registration requested.

 

Operation Medicine Cabinet
Wednesday, October 24, 3:30-6:30pm
Clean out your medicine cabinet! Safely dispose of your unwanted, unused, or expired medications at the Library through this Suffolk County Police program. Drop-off hours are from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.

No needles or liquid medications; please remove medications from their original packaging and place in a plastic bag.

For more information about Operation Medicine Cabinet, contact the Suffolk County Police Community Outreach Bureau at 631-852-6109.

 

Visual Journaling
Three Wednesdays, October 24 & 31, and November 7, at 2pm

Each of us has the ability to express the depths of our authentic selves by tapping into our unique language of imagery. Visual journaling is a process that involves using one’s inner vision to imagine what a thought, feeling, or emotion would look like if it were expressed as a color, shape, or image. It is a powerful self-healing modality that can help release stress and create balance and harmony in our body, mind, and spirit.

Using guided meditations, gentle movement, and visualizations with simple art materials, you will connect with the wisdom of your soul and rediscover your true nature. No artistic skills are necessary, just a playful spirit and willingness to explore! Pick up a supplies list when registering.

Min. 8/max. 20 students. Open to all; you do not need a library card to participate

To register, come to Information Services to make your payment with either check or credit card.  Please note: Payments are not refundable for any reason.

 

Drawing for the Painter
Tuesdays, 10-11:30am

October 30-December 4 (No class Nov. 20.)

Fee: $ 108

 

Learn drawing and composition techniques to enhance your paintings. Appropriate for all levels of experience. Pick up a supplies list when registering.

 

Register in advance at the Information Services Desk with your payment payable by check or credit card.

 

Fearless Watercolors
Tuesday, October 2310am-12pm

Fee: $35

 

Are you an artist that has anxiety around painting with watercolors? In this class for students who have some experience with the medium, local artist Jan Guarinowill show you techniques that will enable you to feel free while holding onto detail, to gain control, make corrections, and have fun. Learn to trust your instincts with color and contrast, and allow blossoms, drips, and splatters to work for you. This is an inspiring and engaging class that will give you the techniques to overcome your fear!  Min 6/max 12 students. There is no supplies list; just bring what you will need to paint.

 

To register, come to Information Services to make your payment with either check or credit card.


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