Adult Programs


3D Design | Computer & Digital Skills | Crafts | Escape Rooms | Photography | Writing

Genealogy Workshop Series
3rd Thursday of the month at 10:30am
Introduction to – Sept. 20
Introduction to – Oct 18 Register Here
Open Research Time – Nov. 15

Author Visit: Gray Basnight
Saturday, October 27th at 11:30pm
Gray Basnight, former broadcast news writer, editor, producer and reporter will talk about his newest novel, “Flight of the Fox.” “Flight of the Fox” is a political thriller, a story of high-tech surveillance, predatory drones and government gone wild. His other published works include”The Cop with the Pink Pistol” and “Shadows in the Fire.” Registration is not necessary but it is appreciated so that we know to expect you.

Community Pumpkin Glow in Huntington Park
Tuesday, October 30th at 6:00pm
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We invite local businesses and commun
ity members to show off their carving skills by bringing a pumpkin to add to the glow.  Enjoy apple cider and doughnuts as we illuminate Huntington Park with the glow of Jack O’ Lanterns. This event is for all ages and is free and open to the public. Mark your calendar to attend this fun and festive community event.  Please bring a carved pumpkin and a glow stick or flameless candle. And at the end of the evening don’t forget to take your Jack O’ Lantern home for Halloween Night. Sponsored by the Friends of Huntington Memorial Library.
Contact us at the Library for more information or if you would like to contribute but cannot attend.

3D Design (See our 3D Printing at HML page here)

3D Printing Open Hours
Mondays 3:30 to 7:30pm
Oct. 15th (Highlighting – Make your own Halloween Window Cling) , Nov. 19th (Highlighting – Ornaments & Cookie Cutters)
Use our 3D Printers, 3D design software or just ask questions during our 3D printing open hours. No appointment needed. First come, first serve.

Tinkering Tuesdays
Using the easy-to-use on-line platform Tinkercad, participants will learn how to design an object step-by-step. Participants may choose to have their design printed.  The Materials Fee is based on the weight of the final design. An estimate can be given upon request. Basic mouse skills required or must bring someone to assist you. It is recommended that participants have some basic experience using a computer. Registration is required. Register online at

For Adults and Youths. Minimum age – 8 years.

Tuesdays at 3:30pm

Oct. 30th -TBA Register TBA

Nov 13th – TBA Register TBA

Nov. 27th – Cookie Cutters Register TBA

Tuesdays at 10:30am

Sept. 25th -TBA Register TBA

Oct. 23rd – Halloween Cookie Cutters Register

Nov. 27th  – Ornaments Register TBA

Computer Classes

Digital Device Drop-in Hours
Wednesdays, 1:00 to 2:00pm and 5:30 to 6:30pm
Want to get started with eBooks or need help formatting that document? We now have two times each week that you can drop-in for assistance. No appointment needed.

Tablet Talks: iPad Devices
Friday, October 19th 10:00am
Bring Your iPad Tablet and your questions – we will figure out the answers together! Learn something new from Library staff and other participants. We will cover a few Tips & Tricks and then will “workshop” questions from participants. This is a group workshop, extended individual time may not be available. Registration is required. Register Here

Getting Started with Digital Books
Thursday, October 25th

Learn how to download free eBooks, audiobooks and magazines. This class will cover an overview of the OverDrive, Libby and Flipster Apps. Bring your device, your App Store or Google Play account login information, and your library card. Registration is required. Register here

Social Media in Focus: Facebook
Thursday, November 29th

Connect with friends and family on the popular Social Media platform Facebook. Learn all about privacy settings, creating events to plan your next party, and joining groups to learn more about your favorite hobbies and interests. Register TBA


HML Yarn Club
First Thursday of the Month at 6:00pm
For Knitters and Crocheters of all skill levels. Learn and share skills. Youths (accompanied by an adult) are welcome.

Build Your Cat a Castle – Family Program Saturday, November 3rd 10:30am
Pamper your cat with a cardboard castle, submarine, pirate ship or whatever you can imagine. Materials and instruction will be provided. This program is a Fundraiser for Super Heroes in Ripped Jeans—please bring a goods or monetary donation to participate. All youth 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Adult Coloring
Next Session: Cookies & Coloring , Saturday, December 8th.  2:30 to 5:00pm at Roots Brewing Company
Have a beer & color some…chase the winter blues away. Reduce your stress & relax your mind. Coloring materials will be provided by Huntington Memorial Library.
Registration is not necessary but it is appreciated so that we know to expect you. Register TBA.

Escape Rooms

Rocky Horror Themed Escape Room
Sessions available October 26th and November 2nd
A whole library escape room.  Each team must solve a series of puzzles to escape their room using clues found in our Rocky Horror themed rooms. At the end all teams must work together to escape the mansion. There is a limit of 6 people per room. Participants must be age 16 or older. Register Here

Photography Programs

SmARTphone Photography
Saturdays, Sept. 29, Oct. 13 and Oct. 20
Whether you produce pictures for a digital family photo album or a gallery wall, this class takes your phone photography to the next level and beyond.  We start with technical and aesthetic basics any talented photographer needs.  We apply those fundamentals to your phone as you get comfortable with just one or two amazing image-capture and processing apps during class time and learning exercises between classes. Participants can share their work during productive, supportive review sessions.  This class is open to photographers with either Android or iPhone cameras.  Your guide for this comprehensive, hands-on class is award-winning fine art photographer JW Johnston. You can see JW’s work at or visit and click on his iPhone Sampler portfolio. Register Here

Writing Programs

HML Writers Group – Starting September 8th.
Saturdays, January to May, July, September to November at 1:30pm to 3:30pm.  Registration is not necessary but it is appreciated so that we know to expect you.
Join other writers to help improve your craft. Hosted by Huntington Library’s very own published author Jennifer Donohue. HML Writers Group Page

  6 Responses to “Adult Programs”

  1. I’d like to register for the Geneology class April 27th @ 10.

    • Hi June, you are registered for Library Edition. Please email us at with your phone number so that we have that in case we need to contact you. Thanks.

  2. I am looking for an organized and meaningful book club for adults. I don’t see any at the library. Is there any interest?

    • Hi Deb, we have special book discussions throughout the year (1 in Spring, Summer and Fall) but not a book club that regularly meets. There is a friends book club but they run the program and you can contact them at We do have a special Humanities NY Book Discussion Series coming up on Wednesdays this Fall on the Vote for Women. We will have an introductory meeting on Wednesday, August 30th but will also have registration for that program. We will be advertising for that soon. Hope this helps.

  3. Will there be any photography classes coming up?

    • Hi, we are working on a spring photography class. Check back here, on Eventbrite, or Facebook for the program.

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