The recent release of Harper Lee’s novel “Go Set a Watchman” has piqued the interest of library patrons across Suffolk County — where every copy of the book has been checked out and over 700 people are on waiting lists.
Like Backstreet Boys, Slim Shady and the Terminator, 3-D printing is back.
If you missed last year’s 3-D printer demonstration at the Southold Free Library, you’re in luck: the technology is here for the rest of July. But this time, instead of being used didactically as part of a demonstration, the printer at Southold can make things its patrons want.
Mattituck-Laurel Library director Jeff Walden and Nancy Li, who passed the United States citizenship exam with the help of a program led by reference librarian Jerry Matovick. (Credit: Nicole Smith)
“God Bless America” was sung and cake was eaten earlier this month as Mattituck-Laurel Library reference librarian Jerry Matovcik celebrated another person who, with his help, had passed the United States citizenship exam.
Nancy Li, originally from China but now residing in Mattituck, is the third person to participate in the library’s citizenship program and pass the exam since Mr. Matovcik took it over five years ago. She was joined by library staffers and her family June 2 to celebrate her accomplishment. (more…)