Celebrate the Lunar New Year at these FREE Queens Library events!
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Happy Lunar New Year! To celebrate, the Flushing branch of the Queens Library is presenting a variety of events, free to the public. Music, dance, art, food—there’s something for everyone, culminating in a full day’s activities on Saturday, Feb. 20. So mark your calendars and enjoy the Year of the Monkey! Click here for more […]

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7 astonishing events to celebrate Lunar New Year in Queens
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With everyone talking about the first Lunar New Year recognized in the city’s public school calendar, many are wondering where to go this week to celebrate the holiday and the arrival of the Year of the Monkey. Here’s a short roundup of places holding events to honor the Lunar New Year in Queens this month: 1. Lunar […]

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What to do in Queens this weekend and beyond
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Attend a screening of Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs,” learn how to properly prepare a cover letter, take part in an Afrikan dance workshop, attend a yoga class, and do more at these events around Queens! Saturday, Feb. 6 Is running your passion? Head over to Astoria Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, and run like […]

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Queens Library Presents authors Susan Choi and Cecily Wong in conversation
Susan Choi and Cecily Wong

Queens Library Presents… Authors Susan Choi and Cecily Wong Join them for a fascinating discussion about their unique experiences, their journey to become accomplished writers and the challenges that they continue to face. Wednesday, February 10, 2016 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.* Manducatis Rustica, 46-35 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY 11101 Get tickets here Directions […]

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Snuggle up with these 10 newly released novels available at Queens Library

Any hope of a mild winter were quickly dashed last week when the second worst winter storm in Queens history struck, burying the borough in nearly 2 feet of snow. A week later, the storm is but a distant memory and the snow is all but gone. And yet there’s a lot more winter to go […]

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