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Twenty-two Queens Library locations, in partnership with the Department of Education, will be distributing free summer meals to children and teens 18 years and under from June 27 to August 29.
Book lovers will be able to enjoy reading at Gantry Plaza State Park this summer.
The Queens Library recently announced its users will have access to Treehouse, a free online interactive education platform that teaches programming languages and how to build websites, so members can obtain more skills and qualify for higher paying jobs.
The winners of the Welcome to Whitestone Civic Association’s Bronx-Whitestone Bridge drawing contest were announced and honored in Councilman Paul Vallone’s office Monday.
The Board of Trustees of the Queens Borough Public Library voted against turning over all the records requested by the city comptroller’s office, sparking condemnation from politicians.
More than 300 students entered the Welcome to Whitestone Civic’s Bronx-Whitestone Bridge drawing contest to honor the 75th anniversary of the bridge.
Hip hop is invading the Queens Library next month. Each day in May, there will be a free hip hop-related event, performance or jam at one or more of the borough’s library branches.
Queens librarians are encouraging residents at the Howard Beach branch to put aside their books, for at least one hour starting at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, in favor of a yoga mat.
The Arverne library will celebrate its reopening on Friday after a $1.36 million renovation.