Performers and Programs

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Basini, Lisa Flower Cupcake in a Cone Life Skills- Food
Each patron will decorate 3 of these adorable cupcakes to take home and enjoy.
$201- $350
Miller, Paul Do Something Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Juggling
Do Something is an engaging variety arts performance that challenges middle and high school students to identify their passions, research their options, excel in their efforts, and enjoy their lives.
$351- $500
Kanowsky, Richard How To Make Homemade Pizza Life Skills- Food,
Come join Chef Richard in making fresh, homemade pizza from scratch. He will take you through the entire process…from the history of pizza, to making your own dough, proofing it, and stretching it out. Be as creative as you want with the toppings, he offers a bunch! Take home your fresh pizza in a pizza box that you folded and cook it in your oven at home!
$201- $350
Life Skills- Food,
Life Skills- Other
Is our food “real?” Gary Feldman, consumer food educator, and forerunner in public education on organic and GMO food, focuses on the powerful world of biotechnology and the global ideology behind the creation of “new food.” Learn the direct connection between the disappearance of bees, butterflies, declining farms and forests, food shortages, extreme weather – and who owns the world’s food supply. By being aware of what has happened to our food, we can understand what is behind so many major events and turmoil occurring in the United States and around the world. We will also discuss the GMO food labeling legislation. How we spend our dollars sends a most powerful message. The future of humanity, animals and the ecosystem depends upon our food choices.
$201- $350
Basini, Lisa Focaccia Bread Pizza Life Skills- Food
Learn the art of making focaccia bread pizza. Everyone will take home and bake!
$201- $350
Hunt, Kathryn Teen & Young Adult Job Style Workshop Life Skills- Other,
Literature- Other,
Media- Other
This workshop addresses the specific needs of today's young job seekers including: *Obtaining working papers, review of labor laws & teen driving restrictions *Job applications, references, resume writing, cover letters & email usage *Dressing for success, interviewing, networking, college application preparation WORKSHOP TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS *All workshops are presented in Power Point from my laptop connected to the library's multimedia projector (ex: Proxima, VGA cable required on site) *Attendees receive workbooks and bibliographies for additional information *Customized workshops are available by request for individuals and groups *Workshops are one hour long unless noted (ex: Career Style is 2 hours) Contact Kathryn Hunt at 631-261-3693 or via email at for details and availability.
$201- $350
Lichtenstein, Eileen What's Next? Life Skills- Parenting,
Life Skills- Other
Retirement and/or being unemployed isn't the end of work or a career path when you are motivated! It's never too late to start or begin again. This course will help you create career related goals, prioritize, and take action to begin again. Participants will also learn how to create work life balance and manage time effectively. This course includes interactive activities and fun!
$501- $1000
Kelly, Erin Lee Erin Lee and the Up Past Bedtime Band Family Concert Life Skills- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Erin Lee is an award-winning songwriter whose family music has received rave reviews (“Irresistible!” -Disney’s Family Fun Magazine) and radio play from Massachusetts to New Mexico. Her original tunes from her first two CD’s have earned her national attention as one of the freshest, funniest, and insightful performers for kids. The Up Past Bedtime Band are a group of talented New York City musicians who can usually be found up well past bedtime playing everything from country music to punk in many of NYC’s top venues. Together they create a fabulously interactive family concert featuring funky drumming, electric violin, and silly songs about assorted childhood challenges –from accidentally losing your lunchbox to accidentally getting locked in the bathroom. Winter concerts explore sledding, sneezing, and itchy snowsuits, summer shows feature tunes about boating and baseball. This January they received both an ASCAP Award and a Kids Music Award for 2011. “This rockin' kids band delivers a mix of funk, rock and blues in quirky songs about the trials of growing up.” - Time Out New York Kids. “Catchy and memorable music and vocals, and an overall undeniably feel-good vibe.” - Kids Music Award.
$351- $500
Bivona, Paula Natural Body Care Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Learn how to create beneficial skin care products, using safe natural ingredients found right in your own kitchen! This may be a strictly demonstrative program or a hands-on take home workshop. Projects listed below are included in the demonstration. An additional $10 fee to patrons is added to make and take home the products. Choose from: Scented Bath Salts & Herbal Bath Blends, Lip Balm & Healing Salve or Facial cleanser, toner & moisturizer.
$201- $350
Basini, Lisa Scones Life Skills- Food
Everyone will make either raisin or chocolate chip scones to take home and bake- an old fashioned favorite with tea. We will have baked samples for tasting.
$201- $350
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