The sounds of sirens, the sound of horns, the sounds of gratitude remind us we are in this together. Even apart, we are still together, strong and united. As some of our youngest members place rainbows in their windows, the drawings have become symbols of hope, reminders that we are here for one another today, and always.
While our building is closed, our hearts remain open, the library is still here for you, our community. In coordination with other Suffolk County public libraries, our 3D printer has been used to help manufacture headbands for face shields needed for hospital personnel and testing site staff at Stony Brook Hospital. Our teens created cards for our brave health care providers and the patients who cannot receive visitors during this time. If you need updated COVID-19 information and resources, please visit our website at and click on COVID-19 update.
The library is also offering an array of registered classes for our members via ZOOM for Children, Teens, and Adults. Please visit our website at www.connetquotlibrary.org and click on virtual classes. Do you still have questions for us? Librarians are available to answer your questions by email or text. Would you rather talk? Leave us a voicemail at 631-227-3992 and we will call back as soon as we can. “Whether we’re giving or receiving help, each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world,” Fred Rogers. Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow. Always. In this together.