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Format: 2017-02-26
Elder law seminars

Spring Elder Law Seminars

2015-03-17

Learn more about planning for your retirement and financial future. Attend an Elder Law Seminar (free of charge), where you can learn valuable information on how you can make plans for the future that will benefit you and those you love. Seminars will run from mid-April through early-June.

Click here for a complete list of locations, dates and times. 
 

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What's Your Big Idea for NYC's Future?

2015-03-09

Every four years, New York City updates PlaNYC to make sure that they are building toward a future that's resilient, sustainable, and makes sense for the lives of all New Yorkers.

This year, Mayor Bill de Blasio is making equity a lynchpin of PlaNYC -- and they have made the process more inclusive than ever before. Every New Yorker has a voice in this plan and can participate in building our city's future.

Please take a moment to take the survey.

Your idea could be about anything: from the environment to jobs to education to affordable housing to transportation. HINT: If keeping libraries open more hours is a priority for you, this is a great place to speak up. 

 

Mayor de Blasio Launches IDNYC

2015-01-12

Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito were joined by NYC Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, Council Members Daniel Dromm and Peter Koo, Borough President Melinda Katz, Congresswoman Grace Meng, Queens Library Interim President and CEO Bridget Quinn-Carey and dozens of partner organizations at the launch of the IDNYC municipal identification program at Queens Library at Flushing. Queens Library locations at Flushing and Central Library in Jamaica are enrollment centers. To make an appointment, please visit nyc.gov/idnyc or phone 311.

Shape the Future of Queens Library!

At Queens Library, we are continually working to serve you better.

To do this, we are undertaking a strategic planning process across the borough that will guide the Library for the next five years.

You can be a part of this process. Take our survey and share your thoughts.

To learn more, please visit our Strategic Planning webpage.

We want to hear from you!

Visit the Cambria Heights Teen Center!

The Cambria Heights Teen Center is a safe space for teenagers in middle and high school to complete homework, do research, participate in programs and leadership initiatives, and explore their creativity.

It’s located on the lower level of Cambria Heights Community Library, and includes a gallery, self-checkout points, a meeting room, a technology area, and even a recording studio!

Learn More about the Cambria Heights Teen Center and how to receive email updates for upcoming events!