Our digital resources present the perfect opportunity to learn a new language or skill or to become well-versed in a new subject area. No matter what you’re interested in, we speak your language – and we have something for you. Here are a few of the ways you can learn from home… READ MORE
Older adults can break the isolation of this time by participating in Queens Public Library's Mail-A-Book teleconferences to chat, play bingo, learn about art, and so much more. Check out our videoconferences too. Contact Madlyn.S.Schneider@queenslibrary.org for registration for… READ MORE
While you can't go to the museum, concerts, or the opera in person right now, you can visit them virtually! Queens Public Library has compiled a list of some of the free resources to keep you connected to arts and culture during this time. We will update this page as more… READ MORE
While school is suspended, the Library has databases and resources that your child can use to continue learning. We’ve also curated some resources on helping children cope right now. If you need free Wi-Fi or meals, both are also available through Spectrum and the Department of… READ MORE
You can rely on the library as a source of entertainment, knowledge, and more, no matter where you are.
Here are just some of the things you can do from anywhere using our digital resources.
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