Be sure to check out our display cases located in the East Lobby and the LeCluse
Case adjacent to the Circulation Desk. They’re changed monthly and the displays
are by local Long Island residents.
Photographs of surfing, birds and nature—THE GREAT OUTDOORS-- taken by Dakota Priolo
are hanging in the hall gallery. Die cast cars, parts and model T-BIRDS belonging
to Peter Cochrane are in the east hall case. Michael Burke’s vintage baseball gloves
are sheltered in the west case, Models of World War I airplanes collected and hand
painted by Robert Macaluso are exhibited in the LeCluse case.
Connie Still’s pictures of HONEY BEES-- bee keeping activities, bees on flowers,
in hives and extracting honey from combs are in the hall gallery. Anne Soper has
arranged a bird, bee, flying insect Origami Panorama in the east case. Carvings
of birds, works done by Charlie Pilger, are in the west hall case. Exquisite jewelry
designed by Joy Sari styled ...AGES TO PRESENT is on display in our LeCluse case.