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Wyandanch Public Library Hosted Mother’s Day Event

Gloria Angel (far right) with her children proudly showed off the Tee Shirt they were given at the Wyandanch Public Library Mother’s Day Extravaganza. Children: (L) Alexia Calderon and © Adrian Calderon. Photo by Gerald Peart.

Recently, the Wyandanch Public Library (WPL) launched its “Mother’s Day Craft Extravaganza“ that included a Community Read-In program and many other activities such as making custom T-shirts, flower pots, and mugs for Mother’s Day.  The event was held on the grounds of the WPL and in SLED – Suffolk County Mobile Library.  

LaFlorence Grant, Jason Richberg, Suffolk County Legislator, Ghenya Grant, President of Wyandanch Public Library Board of Trustee, welcomed the community to the Wyandanch Public Library (WPL) Mother’s Day Extravaganza: Photo by Gerald Peart.

About the Wyandanch Public Library: The Wyandanch Public Library is temporarily closed to the public due to repairs needed to the library’s  heating and ventilation system. 

The Library is offering extensive online and remote events, services, and resources for the community.

(L) Jason A. Richberg, Suffolk County Legislator read to young visitors attending the Wyandanch Public Library “Mother’s Day Extravaganza.” (L to R) Seated with her family are (L to R) Lashay Copeland, Skye Ware, Zanyia Allen, and Tanayjah Cooley. Photo by Gerald Peart.

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