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Registration is required for all programs.
Call 631-653-4224 ext. 101.
Use Your Mobile Device to Connect to the Library
through OverDrive and Other Methods
Thursday, August 28 at 6:30 p.m.
Fee: $5 out of district
This class is designed for those who own mobile devices that connect to the Internet and wish to access their library accounts online. We will be demonstrating the OverDrive app that is specifically made for this purpose and we will explore other avenues to access your library account (web browsers, mobile web browsers, etc).
American Brass Quintet
Friday, September 5 at 4:00 p.m.
The chamber concert in June sponsored by Quogue Chamber Music, Inc. was such a huge success they have decided to continue sharing the gift of music with the children of Quogue. Bring the family to the library on Friday, September 5 to enjoy the dazzling sounds of the American Brass Quintet.
Artist Reception--Kevin Teare
Saturday, September 6 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PG Wodehouse: The Life & Humor
of English writer & local resident
Presented by Daniel F. Johnson
Sunday, September 7 at 2:00 p.m.
Best known for the Jeeves & Wooster and Blandings Castle novels, Wodehouse wrote over 50 books and was a talented playwright and lyricist who was part author and writer of fifteen plays and of 250 lyrics for some thirty musical comedies. His works have been adapted to 67 screen & TV productions.
He worked with Cole Porter on the musical Anything Goes and frequently collaborated with Jerome Kern and Guy Bolton and wrote the lyrics for the hit song "Bill" in Show Boat. Wodehouse composed much of his much of his most notable work in Remsenburg, where he resided full time from 1952 until his death in 1975.
Art Deco New York: From the Chrysler Building to the Grand Concourse
A lecture by Anthony W. Robins
Sunday, September 14 at 3:00 p.m.
Art Deco today can refer to anything from saltcellars to skyscrapers, produced anywhere in the world during the early decades of the last century, using abstract, stylized floral, geometric, or streamlined design. In New York, Art Deco evolved through a series of Manhattan skyscrapers into the city's chief architectural language. Following a massive reawakening of interest during the 1970s, New York's Deco buildings today survive as prized remnants of a
distant-yet-modern past that still helps to define the city's visual identity.
This lecture covers the great skyscrapers of architects Raymond Hood, William Van Alen, Ely Jacques Kahn, and Ralph Walker, including the Daily News, Empire State, Irving Trust, General Electric, American Radiator, Barclay- Vesey and RCA Buildings. It then traces the adaptation of this "skyscraper style" through apartment buildings on the Bronx's Grand Concourse, airport terminals at LaGuardia, the Central Park West residential skyline, automated midtown parking garages, diners, hotels, department stores, banks and theaters like Radio City Music Hall.
This program, which is free and open to the public, is made possible through the support of the New York Council of the Humanities' Speakers in the Humanities program.
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Interact with live tutors in math, science, reading/writing,
social studies, PSAT/SAT, ACT, AP and state standardized tests.
your library offers the following services, programs & resources?
A great selection of new books, ranging from bestselling
fiction titles to quality nonfiction offerings for all ages
Books - Perfect for a long car ride or daily commute
Stop by or call and
learn how to access our hottest
technology including an extensive ebook collection through Live-brary.com
. Download to your Kindle, Nook, iPad and
many more devices
Electronic media including videos and music
your Sony Reader, Mp3 player or other device
Services for the
Homebound. If you are homebound due to
illness or lack of transportation you may still receive library
Newspapers including the New York Times, The
Journal, Newsday, The Daily News, Barron’s, The
Financial Times and so many more
Coffee Kiosk - Enjoy a coffee or tea while
you relax with your favorite newspaper.
Fax and Copier Service
WiFi access - Come and hook
your laptop or wireless device anytime,
indoors or out
18 public computer terminal
Programs for all ages with a
variety of offerings from book
discussions to cooking, computer instruction on new
technologies to special presentations offered by Quogue
Library Tours - Saturdays @ 11:00 a.m. - Stop in
and check out the facility and find out about everything
warm and knowledgeable staff to assist you
our online calendar for more upcoming events...
Please note that, due to village-imposed fire regulations, all programs
at the Quogue Library require registration. By registering before a
program takes place, you will be ensured a space for the program you would like
to attend, and we can learn more about the programs and special events you would
like to see take place at the library. To register for a program
simply call 653-4224.
Welcome to Your Library
Looking for a warm and inviting place to curl up with a good book or magazine?
The Quogue Library has a spacious yet cozy, area for reading and research,
along with expanded
shelf space. We have managed this growth without sacrificing our small-town
charm. The Library now possesses more resources for our
patrons, along with a vast array of events and services. Aided
by the financial assistance of generous residents and supporters
who funded the renovations, and maintained by a dedicated staff
who are mostly volunteers, the Quogue Library has become a source
of pride and a symbol of community spirit for the village.One of the most noticeable features of the facility
is a roomy computer lab. The lab provides the community
with the convenience of direct Internet access and several other
online services. Residents who are not yet computer literate
will have the opportunity to learn computer skills in computer
classes which are offered.
The enlarged Art Gallery has a new exhibit by a
local artist each month. Keep posted for
reception and exhibit announcements. Children will be treated
to a larger assortment of programs and events to assist them
in reaping the benefits of the library's learning environment.
Then again, people of all ages can enjoy the Quogue Library.
All in all, the residents of the Quogue area should hurry down
and be part of the community spirit that the library offers and
Services for the Homebound!
Did you know that if you are homebound due to illness or lack
of transportation that you may still receive library services?
Please call the library for more details at 653-4224, ext. 101.
Regular Library Hours