Enjoy your weekend at Queens Library with a free Lincoln Center performance by esteemed Cain-Oscar Bergeron and his ensemble, a film screening of “Matinee”, a discussion with author Jahi ...
Every month, Queens Library's expert staff will bring you the best of what's new in our collection. Check out these music recommendations for July,
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 ...
Queens Library invites children from all over Queens to take part in "Fizz, Boom, READ!" -- our 2014 Summer Reading ...
Queens Library now has 5,000 Google tablets available for loan from eight locations:
Central Library (Jamaica),
Free for iPhone or
Enjoy world-class music and dance, free at your local Queens Library. See the full schedule.
This unstructured hour of free play for toddlers and preschoolers includes educational toys, music and imagination. Children must be accompanied by a parent or other adult caregiver.
Children age 6 and up will explore selected science topics, with crafts, experiments and/or demonstrations. Preregistration is required.
Use the library's Lego blocks to create a structure that we will display until the following month. The only limit is your imagination! Preregistration is required.
Our summer storytime for toddlers and preschoolers focuses on early literacy practices and includes books, rhymes, songs, fingerplays and more.
For children age 6 and up, we offer crafts that encourage exploration, tinkering and creativity. Preregistration is required.
Share what you've been reading, listen to stories, learn about new titles and more!
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.