Queens Library

Queens Library is an independent, not-for-profit corporation and is not affiliated with any other library. With 62 locations, Queens Library serves a population of 2.3 million in one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the U.S. and has among the highest circulations of any public library system in the world. For more information about programs, services, locations, events and news, visit the Queens Library website at www.queenslibrary.org or phone 718-990-0700. Queens Library. Enrich Your Life.®
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Our library has been known to rock out. Catch this free summer concert and other free music performances all season long!

We’re celebrating the first day of spring and the return of reading outdoors! Are you? We’ve got fun spring-themed programs for kids and teens, including opportunities to encounter and handle wild, exotic, and cute and cuddly animals, and our libraries are filled with books ready to be enjoyed in the sunshine!

Discover hundreds of free events happening at our libraries in Queens. Copies of our monthly calendar are available at Queens Library, or you can view the full guide online. (Taken with Instagram at Queens Central Library.)

Calling all future directors, film editors, music producers, screenwriters, animators, and more — come get the skills you need to succeed for free at Queens Library!

It’s the first of February, and that means we have another whole month of great programs planned for you. It’s a bold claim, but we think you’ll find plenty of programs you’ll love in our events calendar! Remember, they’re all free! And what’s not to love about that? Enjoy <3

Queens poets: Share the stage with Nicole Cooley, Queens College MFA program director, at our free open mic Sunday, January 15.

From our Lunar New Year Festival to our teen movie-makers club, there’s plenty to discover, enjoy, and celebrate at Queens Library this month. You don’t have to take our word for it. Check out our January events guide to learn about the great — and FREE! — programs and classes for yourself. We hope to see you soon!

Have you visited the Children’s Library Discovery Center yet? Every day at the Center – open during Queens Library at Central’s regular hours of operation (weekdays and weekends) – is a little different, but kids and their caregivers can always expect to find great opportunities for learning about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. So drop by when you can and you just may find our Discovery Team showing off science exhibits, inviting visitors to explore nanotechnology and kitchen chemistry, or working with a group of students to categorize insects and dinosaurs. Or, as we did on a recent day – see the cool picture above – we may be giving kids the chance to experience real-world experiments, such as conducting their very own crime-scene investigation!

Congratulations to Astoria resident Tony Hightower for correctly answering “Wimbledon” (in the form of a question, of course) on last night’s Jeopardy for the win! If you’re a Jeopardy fan who hails from Queens, be sure to visit your local library or the “Events” section on Queens Library’s website to learn about participating in our own Queens Library Jeopardy challenges. The following ones are coming up: Queens Library at Queens Village will host a Jeopardy challenge at 4 p.m. on 12/13 and Queens Library at Flushing will host teen Jeopardy challenges at 4 p.m. on 12/13, 1/17, 2/21, and 3/13.