April Events for Adults at the Cold Spring Harbor Library

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The following events are open to all. Advance registration is always requested.

Combating Climate Change
Wednesday, April 3, 7:00pm

Earth’s changing climate is a much debated topic. What does it mean for our oceans and local bays? What do we know about the changes, and more importantly, what can we do to address them? A Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Outreach Educator will discuss local and global climate issues and how our local species are being effected.

Free and open to all. Advance registration requested.

CSH Cinema
Select Thursdays at 2pm. For R-rated films, those under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. When available, movies will be shown with closed captioning. Titles subject to change.

March 14: (This is a change to the previously announced title.) The Wife (R; 99min ) The story of a couple’s youthful passion and ambition interwoven with a portrait of a marriage, thirty-plus years later; a lifetime of shared compromises, secrets, betrayals, and mutual love.
April 4: Love, Gilda (NR, 88min) Never-before-seen footage and journal entries form the narrative spine of the documentary, allowing Gilda Radner to tell her own story; through the laughter and sometimes the tears. Incredibly, she was able to find humor in even the darkest of times. Her spirit lives on in comedy as a female trailblazer who continues to inspire many present day comedic performers.
April 18: Sinking Cities (NR, 110min) As the earth warms, sea levels rise, and super-storms become more frequent and intense; many major coastal cities will soon be under water. Sinking Cities shows New York, London, Tokyo, and Miami preparing for the real-time impact of rising seas and devising colossal new construction projects, and groundbreaking solutions aimed at securing their future.

ABOUT BOATING SAFELY
Saturday, April 6, 9:30am–5:00pm

This is a one-day, intensive instructional course for those 14 years of age or older who need to meet the New York State requirements to operate a boat in the waters of the State of New York. (Students as young as 10 may take the course.).

Parents do not need to accompany their children, but are welcome to sit in. Please be aware that children are to be picked up at the library promptly at 5pm.

The fee is $40.00, payable by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to “US Coast Guard AUX CSH Flotilla.” Students must bring their payments to class.

To register, visit the USCG Auxiliary website: www.cgaux.org/boatinged/class_finder/index.php   Class limit: 30 participants.

Visit www.cgauxcsh.org for additional information about the About Boating Safely Course and NYS requirements.

 Dogscaping: Creating a Pet-friendly Garden
Tuesday, April 9, 7:00pm
Our pets are an integral part of our everyday lives and families. It can be a challenge for gardeners to balance a healthy, safe, and beautiful garden with the needs of their pets. This lecture will focus on how to make your garden safe and enjoyable for your dogs (and cats) and their human companions. Helpful ideas will be presented such as using safe, durable surfaces and materials, reducing landscape wear and tear, avoiding toxic plants, using containers effectively, and growing fruits, vegetables, and herbs that can be used as edible treats for your pets.

Free and open to all. Advance registration requested.

 

Little-known Aspects of  Long Island’s Maritime History
Thursday, April 11, 2:00pm

Historian and former Newsday writer Bill Bleyer will discuss his latest book, Long Island and the Sea: A Maritime History. Mr. Bleyer will discuss the development of submarines and torpedoes, the landing of Pan Am clippers in Port Washington, the world’s most innovative whaling captain, and more. Book sale and signing follows the lecture. This program is free and open to the public. Advance registration is suggested.

 

Paper Shredding
Saturday, April 20, 9:30am–12:30pm
Bring two or three boxes of your papers and have them properly disposed of by a professional shredding company. Representatives from A Shred Away will be in the library parking lot, at the foot of the staircase, to assist you. Paper only; no magazines, newspapers, cardboard, or carbon paper. (Staples and paper clips do not need to be removed.) People will keep their containers; the company does not handle containers/boxes. All shredded paper is 100% recycled at a certified paper mill.  

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