Apr
25
4:00PM

Recycle the Earth Weaving

In this environmentally-friendly workshop, students will discover the inherent beauty and value of commonly used and discarded materials such as junk mail, postcards, plastic bags and packaging material. Easy-to-learn weaving and knotted techniques will be taught. Finished pieces will be embellished with fun recycled materials.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required

Apr
28
3:30PM

Eco-Agents Film Project

Create an original public service announcement about the environment after learning the basics of video production from Rural Route Films. This is a four-session program; please plan to attend all sessions.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required

May
9
4:00PM

Recycled Bicycle Jewelry Workshop for Teens

Teens will discover how spokes can become "spoke flowers" and tiny bike parts can become beautiful earrings and necklaces.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required

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May
12
4:00PM

Build a Bike-Powered Generator

With the bike-powered generator we build during this fun and interactive workshop, you can create pedal-powered electricity so your cell phone will never go uncharged!


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required

May
14
5:00PM

Eco-Agents: Environmental Action for Teens

This monthly program explores different environmental issues that we face today, how and why they are happening and what we can do with friends in our own communities to create positive change. For more Greening Libraries events and info please visit http://greening.queenslibrary.org.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required

May
16
4:00PM

Upcycled Plastics Pendant Necklace Workshop

Artist Stephanie Huffaker will demonstrate techniques for making beautiful pendant necklaces from plastic lids and bags. You will leave this workshop with one necklace you created yourself and some new skills for making more fun things out of upcycled plastics.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required
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This is a recurring event. If registration is required, you must register individually.

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May
23
4:00PM

Teens Can Cook, Too!

Join food educator Stacey Ornstein and chop, grate, blend and roll your way to a delicious seasonal dish. We will explore the joys of healthy cooking, develop new kitchen skills, learn about new ingredients and discover world cultures through food.


Location: Broadway
Registration: Not required
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This is a recurring event. If registration is required, you must register individually.

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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.


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