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Format: 2019-01-21

Beginning a Business: Spring Series

Find out everything you need to know about starting a small business!

This four-part series starts at Woodside Library on Tuesday, April 4 and Bellerose Library on Wednesday, April 5, and covers a range of useful topics, including choosing a business structure, certification programs, and social media marketing, among many others.

Learn More about this program series.

Tuesdays, April 4, 11, 18, 25
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Community Library

Wednesdays, April 5 and 19; May 3 and 10
2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Community Library

Queens Library's Teen Podcast Launch

Join us as we celebrate our Teen Podcast Launch at the Teen Library in Far Rockaway on Thursday, March 30!

Listen to our first podcast, meet with a special guest, and share your thoughts as we enjoy the first of many podcasts for teens, by teens.

Plus, learn more about the Teen Podcast program and express an interest in future workshops!

Reserve Your Free Seat Now

This program is made possible by a grant from the Department of Youth & Community Development.

Newtown Literary Workshops

Queens Library is partnering with Newtown Literary to host great workshops for writers of all ages!

Upcoming sessions include Made to be Broken: How to Break the Rules of Writing for Teens on Saturday, March 11; and Building Blocks: World Building Writing for Kids Grades 3-6 on Saturday,  March 25.

Both these workshops will be held at Jackson Heights Community Library, at 35-51 81 Street.

Coding Classes for Kids

This program introduces children ages 9-12 (4th to 7th grades) to the world of coding. Participants will learn basic HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create their very first webpage.

Attendance is required for all four sessions. Register in person or by calling 718-831-8636.

Saturdays, March 4 to March 25
3:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Glen Oaks Community Library
256-04 Union Turnpike

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!