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Meet the Artists: Chantal Paret Antoine Queens Library is proud to present “Festival an Koulè (Festival of Colors),” a six-week exhibit of twenty established and emerging artists who represent the rich culture of Haiti...
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21-11-2016 11-15-2016 No yetheart 0

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Chantal Paret Antoine Arts Library Art, artists, Chantal Paret Antoine, Festival an Koulè, Haiti, Le Centre D’Art yetheart
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Lincoln Center Local! Live Performances Lincoln Center Local  World-class entertainment from Lincoln Center Local, free at your library!  Lincoln Center Local 2014 is made possible by support from Blanchette Hooker...
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16-09-2014 06-23-2014 No jking 0

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Comment is disabled Library 2014, arts, dance, flamenco, Lincoln Center, Music jking
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Explore "Poetic Voices of the Muslim World" at Queens Library Queens Library invites YOU to explore “Poetic Voices of the Muslim World,” an exhibition and program series to be held throughout Queens from March 5 – May 31, 2014. Admission to...
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20-03-2014 02-27-2014 No jwalsh 0

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Pulitzer-winning playrwright and novelist Ayad Akhtar Arts Library 2014, Adonis, arts, ayad akhtar, calligraphy, egypt, exhibit, muslim, novelists, poetic voices of the muslim world, poetry, pulitzer, Rumi, syria jwalsh
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String Art We had a lot of string left over from previous programs. We also had rolls of yarn, ribbons, scraps of fabric and even lanyards. Children at Queens Library at Broadway used thin cardboard saved...
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25-11-2013 09-06-2013 No 0

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Kids Greening arts, Eco-Crafts, Kids, string hislam
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Origami Cranes All six of the community libraries in western Queens (Astoria, Broadway, Long Island City, Sunnyside, Steinway and Woodside) welcomed patrons to learn how to make origami cranes. The goal was to...
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06-08-2015 08-02-2013 No 0

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Arts Greening adults, cranes, Eco-Crafts, Kids, Origami, Teens jwalsh
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