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  • Old Bethpage Village Restoration has been added to our Museum Pass Program! And starting August 15 (but you may start reserving now), we'll also have the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Heckscher Museum of Art, and the Nassau County Museum of Art. Reserve a museum pass here.   Questions?  Email askus@emmaclark.org or call 631.941.4080
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  • A summer tradition, we'll be holding the 3 rd Annual Food Drive for the month of July . Run by the Teen Services Department, volunteers will be collecting toiletries and nonperishable food items to be donated to various food pantries throughout the community.  The teens will help publicize the drive, sort the food and deliver it to the food pantries. Donations are very much appreciated, and anyone is welcome to bring in a contribution.  Donation boxes will be located at the Library, in the lobby to the left of the Circulation Desk, from July 1 – 31. Some suggestions for food items include cereal, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruits and vegetables, rice, beans, tuna fish, juice, pasta, and pasta sauce.  The food pantries can
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  • More free electronic magazines for you to download - just in time for summer travels or a day at the beach!  Our 2 digital magazine services are Flipster and Zinio. A few of the popular titles added to Flipster include Bicycling , Entertainment Weekly , Field & Stream , Homes & Gardens , Popular Science , Real Simple , Runner's World , Town & Country , Travel & Leisure , and US Weekly . The titles added to Zinio are Ask , Cicada , High Five , Highlights for Children , Bon Appetit , New York Magazine , The New Yorker , Vanity Fair , and Wired . eMagazines make it easy to read multiple magazines at once - without the burden of carrying several magazines in your bag and without the clutter of stacks of magazines around the home.  Additionally, you may borrow
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  • The Children’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) theme for 2015 is "Every Hero Has a Story."  For the first time this year, you may register your child online!   Click here to register.   In-person registration is still an option for those who prefer the “old-fashioned” way.  Registration is on-going. Starting Monday, June 22, you may pick up your child’s book bag and goodies. The following Monday, June 29, prizes will be awarded to kids who read at least one book each week.  There will be weekly prizes for each child.   The second big change this year is a Summer Reading Kick-Off Day on Monday, June 30 to go along with the “Every Hero Has a Story” theme: Superhero Training Camp, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. Ages
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  • We're looking for volunteers (21 years of age or older) to help with our homebound services.  You'll be delivering library materials to the homebound approximately twice a month. For more information, contact Carolyn Emerson, Carolyn@emmaclark.org or 631.941.4080 ext. 125. Make a difference in your Three Village Community!    
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The Heart of the Three Village Community