This Week at Your Library

A new column on what is happening weekly at the library.

Kings Park is part of the , the largest library system on Long Island. The library houses more than just books and Patch wants to help you tap into that. 

On any given day at the library you can not only borrow a book, CDs or DVDs but you can take your toddler to a children’s program, participate in an adult book discussion or catch a speaker.

Check with Patch each Monday to see what the library has in store and keep up with some location changes due to the renovation that will begin in the Kings Park branch in the spring.

Here are some highlights of the events happening at the library this week.


Tuesday, Jan. 18

Time: 2:30pm-3:30pm

Description: A discussion of the life and the music of Pavarotti, including one of his earliest appearances in 1961 in his hometown of Modena, Italy.

Location: Smithtown Library-Main


Wednesday, Jan. 19

Time: 4:30pm-5:15pm

Description: Be a part of the LEGO club to make some cool creations.

Location: Nesconset


Thursday, Jan. 20

Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm

Description: You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but what about its movie?

Location: Smithtown Library -Main

Friday, Jan. 21

Time: 10:00am-10:30am

Description: Share story-time with your two-year old.

Location: Smithtown Library- Main


Saturday, Jan. 22

Time: 10am-4pm, all ages welcome.

Description: Craft activities for kids.

Location: Smithtown Library Main



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