Attention Senior Artists!
West Islip senior patrons are invited to exhibit their artwork in our gallery during the month of May. Entrants are limited to 2 pieces of art (paintings, sketches or original photographs) framed & ready for hanging. We cannot accept artwork that is not in a suitable frame with a wire on the back. Entries can be dropped off at the Adult Reference Desk from April 27th – 30th. Please put your name & the name of your piece on the back of each item.

May is Senior Month at the Library!
The Library will  be honoring our community’s senior citizens by celebrating “Older Americans Month.” During the month of May, seniors (65+) with a valid W.I. library card can stop by the Circulation Desk for their free Senior Gift while supplies last, courtesy of the Friends of the West Islip Library.

Wine Etiquette and Wine Service
Tuesday, May 15th at 7:00pm
Join Pascal Zugmeyer to talk about service protocols. Decant or not decant, that is the question? What to drink with sushi, grilled chicken and other food items? Can I store wine under my bed?

Lights on Literature Book Club 
Tuesday, May 15th at 7:00pm
“The Story of Arthur Truluv” by Elizabeth Berg
Join Librarian Pat in discussing this heartwarming story about three people who help each other heal in the wake of personal losses, all seeking to create lives worth living. Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk.

International Film Festival
Wednesday, May 16th at 6:30pm
“Faces Places / Visages Villages” (2017) French
Agnes Varda, a leading figure of the French New Wave & acclaimed French photographer & muralist, JR, team up to travel around villages of France meeting locals, learning their stories & producing epic-size portraits of them.