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Events and activities at the Freeport Memorial Library Music: A Tale of Two Divas: Maria Callas and Renata Tebaldl presented byTanlsha Mitchell Sunday, May 7,2:30 p.m. Maria Callas was known for her superb dramatic interpretation, while Renata Tebaldi was known for her lush beautiful tone. During the 1950s, a rivalry between the two opera divas supposedly began when Tebaldi took two encores at their first duo recital in Brazil. We will examine and compare two great art- ists who transformed the operatic stage. Adults: Truly Madly Guilty by Llane Morlarty Leader: Caroline Fenyo Friday, May 5,12 p.m. A busy couple, formerly on the brink of realizing their dreams, reflects on a fortu- itous gathering with their best friends and another couple in a tale that explores the role of guilt in relationships and the power of everyday moments in family life'. Current Events In Perspective with Michael D'lnnocenzo-Llbresco, Hofstra University Thursday, May 4,1 p.m. Professor D'Innocenzo-Libresco offers his insightful perspective on the people and events that shape our world today. Audience participation is encouraged. Adult Coloring presented by Eileen Sullivan Friday, May 5 and May 12,3 p.m. Coloring can have a calming effect on the adult mind. Meetings are relaxed and informal — no experience necessary. Color- ing pages designed for adults and coloring pencils will be provided. Register online, by phone, or in person at the ASK Desk. Gluten-Free Workshop presented by Be Healthy Now Saturday, May 6,11 a.m. This program will show you how to make the foods you love without gluten, dairy, white sugar, or artificial sweeten- ers. Recipes and nutritional information will be shared. This program has a nonre- fundable fee of $2 that is payable at time of registration at the ASK Desk. A Clnco de Mayo Party presented by Chef Rob Scott Monday, May 8,1 p.m. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Chef Rob Scott, who will prepare a festive taco stew and chicken quesadillas, fajita-style, served' with a mango-pineapple salsa. This pro- gram has a nonrefundable fee of $5 payable at the time of registration at the ASK Desk. BRIC: Business Counseling Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment Lloyd Clarke of the Small Business Devel- opment Center will be available for one-on- one counseling for those interested in starting and developing a successful business. By appointment only Contact Reference at (516) 3793274, ext. 505 to schedule an appointment. Tots to Teens: Family Zumba Thursday, May 4,6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. ' Presented by Kristen Fonte, enjoy kid- friendly routines, with easy-to-follow steps, and dance to all types of music from different countries and cultures. This music-based class will show children of all ages and their parents or guardians how much fun Zumba can be. Wear sneakers and please bring bottled water. MAGNET , Color Block Candles Monday, May 8,5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Light up your room with handmade color block candles. Using an assortment of crayons and a scented oil of your choice, you will create two colorful candles to take home. For students in grades 5 and 6. A nonrefundable materials fee of $1 is due at time of registration. TechKNOWLEDGEy for Teens: LlttieBlts/ Ozobots Wednesday, May 10,4 to 5 p.m. Are you interested in programming and engineering? This program will introduce you to the latest learning gad- gets that will test your tech ingenuity Cafe Teen: Visit the teen blog (http://cafeteen.free- portlibraryinfo/) to keep up with every- thing going on at the library for teens. Find out which young adult books library staff likes to read, read reviews on newly released books and keep up with all the pro- grams and volunteer opportunities going oninTRAC. 3 3 o NJ O '-J[-#ffitm S££U Everts in care.. I They share our||fjh and lift outtspirits, : Guiding us to a healthier tomorrow. i It takes a special person. 1 \ Dedicated. \ ||s|fa>ig heart. Incredible patience. \ ia«i^hAi£ desire to heal. ' (Jig is their purpose. Every day, Our special thanks to our Magnet-recognized nurses. We honor your gift for giving during Nurses Week. And we're thankful you offer your talents all year long. One Healthy Way at Merrick Road in Oceanside. Call 877- SOUTH-NASSAU or visit: southnassau.org. South Nassau COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL where quality matters

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