- The Archives @ Queens Library
- Articles & Databases
- Central Library – Collections
- Foundation Center & Grants
- Government Documents
- Guides and Resources
- Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
- Special Collections
- Multilingual Web Picks
- Adult Literacy
- Citizenship & Immigration
- Community Information
- Computers & Wi-Fi
- Get a Library Card
- Health Information
- International Relations
- Job Information
- Learn English
- Multilingual Services
- Older Adults
- People with Disabilities
- Veterans Information
Japanese American Association of New York
Also Known As:JAA or Nikkeijinkai
Address:15 W 44 Street, 11th Floor New York NY 10036
World Wide Web: http://www.jaany.org
Provides social services like monthly Keirokai luncheons and entertainment for seniors, and scholarships to high school students; workshops; sponsors baseball, bowling and golf tournaments; organizes classes on health, Japanese calligraphy, flower arrangement, tea ceremony, knitting, exercise classes, singing classes, French cooking and Japanese cooking, etc. PUBLICATION: "JAA News."
Japanese and Japanese American.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free, sliding scale membership fees, and private pay.
Access for People with Disabilities:Elevator.
Services Offered:Cultural Heritage Groups, Folk / Ethnic Art Instruction, Recreational / Leisure / Arts Instruction,