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Adult Programs

Bryant Library is proud host of Authors, Musicians, Artists, Lecturers, Professionals & the like.
For a full list of this month's programs please check links below, or grab a copy of our
monthly Newsletter on your next visit to the Library.

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Spotlight On:

Musical Performance
by Vocalist Elyssa Ackerman
Wednesday, July 8, 7:30pm
Elyssa Ackerman returns to Bryant Library for this special performance.  Elyssa is a Roslyn High School alumna and graduate of Binghamton University where she earned a degree in English with a journalism focus and a minor in Spanish. She is a New York City based actor, singer and writer appearing in theater, film, and commercials.  In 2013, she played Mrs. Geppetto/Stromboli in a 3 month US tour of Pinocchio with a children’s theater company.  This year, Ackerman will appear in films “Who is Jenna Jameson?”, “Devil’s Cut”, “Lost and Found”, “Everyday a lil’ Seth” (webseries) and a nail polish commercial.  This year she also performed numerous Cabarets around NYC, including three appearances at the world famous Don’t Tell Mama.  
    Ackerman is the creator, author, and co-star of a new webseries called Starting Note about college a cappella, which will premiere at the end of June at youtube.com/startingnotewebseries.  To learn more, check out Facebook.com/startingnotewebseries.  Right after her library concert, Ackerman will be leaving for Harvard University where she  received a grant to study acting for the summer.  She has a longstanding relationship with the Bryant Library and is grateful for the opportunity to perform there for the 6th time.


Current Events with Ivan Krakowsky
Tuesday, July 21, August 18, 1:00pm
Ivan Krakowsky will take you behind the headlines and explore current news items. Mr. Krakowsky is a former Department Head of Social Studies for Farmingdale Public Schools.