Tuesday, November 5, 2019 is Election Day, and several of our branches will serve as polling sites.
Queens residents will cast their votes at the Briarwood, Central, Elmhurst, Forest Hills, Kew Gardens Hills, Lefferts, Lefrak City, North Forest Park, Peninsula, Ridgewood,… READ MORE
Forbidden Gathering by Gina Samson.
Queens Public Library will be hosting an eight-week Caribbean Arts Festival featuring artists from as far away as Bangladesh and Argentina and as close as Queens.
The festival will take place at nine branches: Cambria Heights, Central,… READ MORE
Happy National Friends of Libraries Week! It’s the annual celebration of library Friends groups and everything that they do to support their neighborhood libraries.
It was no coincidence that QPL and our Government & Community Affairs department held our annual Friends Mid-… READ MORE
OCTOBER 4, 2019—The following is a statement from Queens Public Library President and CEO Dennis M. Walcott about Hunters Point Library:
Our goal is to be inclusive and provide access and opportunity to all. We will move the books to another location in the library and provide… READ MORE
HUNTERS POINT LIBRARY OPENS IN QUEENS
Featuring a Stunning Design, Views and Prominent Location on the Long Island City Waterfront, Hunters Point Is Queens Public Library’s First New Branch To Open Since 2007
(Long Island City, NY – September 24, 2019) Queens Public Library (… READ MORE