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Adult Programs

Bryant Library is proud host of Authors, Musicians, Artists, Lecturers, Professionals & the like.
For a full list of this month's programs please check links below, or grab a copy of our
monthly Newsletter on your next visit to the Library.

Adult Programs Page 1  •  Adult Programs Page 2  •  Adult Programs Page 3  •  Adult Programs Page 4


Accessibility: Tips for Getting Started
Monday, December 3 at 9:00am
Hosted by the LI Museum Association, Presented by Miranda Hoffner and Rebecca McGinnis
Join us for an informative talk with two museum leaders who work to advance the accessibility of New York's cultural institutions. We'll explore ways we can make our own museums and historic sites more welcoming and engaging for children and adults with various physical, developmental and learning abilities.
* Check-in with continental breakfast is 9:00-9:30am.  
* The Annual Meeting -9:30-10:00am. 
* The program will run from 10:00 am to 12:00 or 12:30pm, including Q&A.

The American First Lady
Presented by The DAR
Wednesday, December 5 at 1:00pm  
Thirteen women have served as first lady of the United States since Eleanor
Roosevelt. These remarkable women are wives, mothers and confidants to the most powerful person in the world, in addition to occupying their own place on the international stage. This visual history lecture will be presented in three parts and can be booked individually or as a series. It will highlight the personal side of life in the White House and the unique contributions each of these women has made to the nation. This presentation will focus on Barbara Bush to Melania Trump.

Crafting Your Narrative For College:  
How to Use Your Interests to Prepare For The Future  
Led by Francine Fabricant
Thursday, December 6 at 6:30pm
Online Registration Required
If you're in high school, you're making decisions about classes, activities, clubs, hobbies, summer
experiences, mentors, friendships, and more. In this interactive workshop we'll explore how your interests relate to these decisions and can inspire new areas for exploration. You'll identify your unique
pattern of interests, and learn how this can open doors to new skills, connections, and rewarding challenges. Parents and students of all ages welcome.

The Divine Dining Method
Presentation by Author Catherine Epstein
Tuesday, December 11 at 1:00pm
Online Registration Required
Please join us as author Catherine Epstein presents The Divine Dining Method: 10 Ways Mindful Eating Can Change your Life. Many people struggle with making healthy choices, and are too stressed to eat properly.  Join us for this talk as you learn how to transform your eating through mindfulness to create a happy and healthy relationship with food. Participants will learn how to incorporate simple mindfulness principles through easy to understand tips and techniques.

Free Your Mind, Get Focused & Relax by Creating a MANDALA!
Wednesday, December 12th at 1:00pm
Online Registration Required
Artist & Art Therapist, Deborah Adler, will lead you into creating your very own mandala design. Mandalas are an art technique which is known to be a form of mediation bringing about balance, focus and calm.  Designing one's own mandala can be both inspirational and therapeutic. No experience necessary!

Blood Drive
Sponsored by The American Red Cross & Roslyn Rotary
Friday, December 14 at 9:00am - 2:00pm
Give the give of life by donating. Register in advance by visiting www.redcrossblood.org
or download the American Red Cross App.