In the center of the Southold Elementary School cafeteria, a Japanese woman teaches a student to wrap a rice ball in seaweed. Students jump along to the rhythm of maracas, a Latin percussion instrument. Parents munch on pizza and watch their kids color in pictures that recognize upcoming holidays from various cultures and religions. READ
Since the little free library installed at McCabe’s Beach in Southold in 2016 has received positive feedback from beachgoers, the Southold Free Library will install two more, library director Caroline MacArthur said at Tuesday’s Town Board work session. READ
Deep among towering file cabinets filled with historic documents and letters at Southold Historical Society, assistant archivist Dan McCarthy was hard at work, photocopying files to help a man working on his doctoral dissertation. READ
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.