The year 2015 marks the 350th anniversary of the Town of Smithtown. To celebrate this momentous occasion the Smithtown Library's Long Island Room will be offering a series of issues programs exploring the history of the Town and cialis non-prescription treatment its people. For more information about these programs, please see the list below. In addition, the Long Island Room has assembled a related exhibit, "Celebrating the 350th Anniversary of Smithtown", which will be on view through the buy viagra for cheap guide end of 2015.

Special 350th anniversary programs will also be offered at the Smithtown Library's other branches throughout the year. For more information on those programs or to register, click here.  


Bonus 350th Anniversary Program!

The Manor of Smithtown Documentary Film Screening

Thursday, December 10, 2015, 7:00- 8:30 pm

The Manor of Smithtown documentary is part of the film series, The Manors of Long Island produced by the Suffolk County Archaeological Association.  While most histories of Long Island focus on the development of the region's towns, this film series highlights the other half of the settlement pattern on eastern Long Island--the establishment of manors, which were involved in 17th century global trade and provisioning the growing cities of New York and Bopston.  The Manor of Smithtown illustrates how Richard Smith and his family created their own unique manorial system on the banks of the Nissequogue and beyond.  Join Suffolk County Archaeological Association Director, Dr. Gaynell Stone and Smithtown Town Historian, Brad Harris as they introduce the film and discuss its content upon conclusion of the screening.  To register for this program, click here.