Doxsee Legacy:
Growing up in a Fishing and Clamming Family

Tuesday, July 25th at 7:00pm
Founded in Islip shortly after the Civil War, Doxsee Sea Clam Co. was the oldest family-owned & operated seafood business in New York until it was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Robert Doxsee, Jr. will chronicle the nearly 150 year history of his family’s business & share his experiences growing up in a fishing family. This presentation will open a window into understanding the vast clamming & fishing industries that once thrived on Long Island.

Functions in Microsoft Excel
Wednesday, August 2nd at 7:00pm
Join Librarian Dan Murphy to continue learning Microsoft Excel, this time with a focus on functions. The class is directed at users with previous Excel experience ready to dive into Excel’s most popular functions.

Online Job Search & Resume Writing
Saturday, August 12th at 10:00am
Learn how to use the Internet to find that perfect job! In this lecture and demo class, you will learn how to develop and create a powerful resume, find and use online job search websites, and formulate a job search process that will work for you. You must have an email address.

Monday Night Documentary
August 14th at 7:00pm
“The Witness” explores startling revelations uncovered by recent investigations of the Kitty Genovese murder that rocked America in 1964. Registration is not necessary.

Lights on Literature Book Club
Tuesday, August 15th at 7:00pm
Join Librarian Pat in discussing “The Bridal Chair” by Gloria Goldreich; a novel about artist Marc Chagall’s status as a Jewish man in Nazi-occupied Paris.