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This Weekend At Queens Library

Enjoy this weekend at Queens Library with a free Lincoln Center Local Live event, tips on immigration law, science, crafts, and ancient Chinese music.

 

 


Go Inside the Whimsy Works!

Grey Johnson, son of Disney legend Jimmy Johnson, tell tells us what is was like growing up alongside the Disney empire.

"THE SOLAR POWERED LIBRARY" -- ALL SUMMER IN GANTRY PARK

 Queens Library and the Friends of Hunters Point Library are pleased to announce a special series of library services coming to the Gantries all summer long. All activities are ...

Join the Summer Reading Fun!

Queens Library invites children from all over Queens to take part in "Fizz, Boom, READ!" -- our 2014 Summer Reading ...

Borrow a Google Nexus Tablet!

Queens Library now has 5,000 Google tablets available for loan from eight locations:

Central Library (Jamaica),

Lincoln Center Local! Live Performances

Enjoy world-class music and dance, free at your local Queens Library. See the full schedule

Jul
14
3:00PM

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4:00PM

Summer Reading Program

Location: Hollis
Registration: Not required

Teens are invited to explore the science behind art, music and the universe in general! Summer fun includes sculpting, music lessons and trivia competitions. Preregistration is not required, but reading is! See Ms. Jasmine for a reading log and book suggestions.

Additional Program Dates/Locations
This is a recurring program. If registration is required, you must register individually.

Additional Dates


Aug
11
5:00PM

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6:15PM

The Swingin' Side of the Blues

Location: Hollis
Registration: Not required

Veteran blues singer and guitarist Eddie Lee Isaacs mixes jazz with the blues in this performance of music made great by such artists as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others.


Aug
18
3:00PM

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4:00PM

Teens and Tweens Summer Reading Book Talk: "Fox Forever"

Location: Hollis
Registration: Not required

This third book in Mary E. Pearson’s Jenna Fox Chronicles has been called “a dazzling blend of science fiction, mystery, and teen friendship drama." Request a copy online or pick one up at the library, and join us to talk about what you liked (and didn’t like) about the book. Light refreshments will be served.


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What does a Friends Group do?

Friends of Library - Chapter. Contact Community Library Manager at or Office of Government and Community Affairs (GCA) at (718) 990-0817 if you are interested in joining.