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Jewelry Design
On Friday, January 30 at 4 p.m., Jackson Heights Library will present Design and Create Your Own Jewelry. Yvette Powell leads a workshop that guides children and teens through the process of creating and making jewelry, using their own creative styles to create unique pieces. All materials included; preregistration. A BOOST program. The library is located at 35-51 81st Street. For more information, call 718-899-2500.

Free Math Help
On Saturday, January 31 at 10 a.m., Flushing Library will present Math Help. Free Weekly math tutoring in the Children’s Room for Grades 4 to 8. The library is located at 41-17 Main Street. For more information, call 718-661-1200.

Saturday Science Lab
On Saturday, January 31 at noon, Central Library will present Saturday Science Lab. Ages 6-11 meet in the Children’s Room to explore science with a fun weekly lesson. No registration required. The library is located at 89-11 Merrick Boulevard. For more information, call 718-990-0700.

College Workshop
On Sunday, February 1 at 2 p.m., Flushing Library will present The College Admissions Workshop: The SAT, Essay and Interview. Students and parents will get better understanding on how to complete the three most stressed-over pieces of the college application: the SAT admissions test, the essay and the interview in this three-part workshop taught by Harvard-educated tutors. Registration is required. Rooms A & B, Lower Level. The library is located at 41-17 Main Street. For more information, call 718-661-1200.

Tribute to Black History
On Monday, February 2 at 4 p.m., Rosedale Library will present A Day in Time: An African-American Tribute to Black History. Akima Briggs leads an interactive lecture-performance, taking you on a journey through 5 generations of family history. Listen to tales of tragedy and triumph as the storytelling recounts the extraordinary events in history: Nat Turner’s rebellion at Southampton, Virginia; Langston Hughes’ poetry readings at the Cotton Club in Harlem; Dr. King’s march on Washington, and the rise of hip-hop in America’s ghettos. The library is located at 144-20 243rd Street. For more information, call 718-528-8490.

African-American Stories
On Monday, February 2 at 4 p.m., South Jamaica Library will present African American Stories and Songs. Celebrate Black History Month with storyteller Joy Kelly. For ages 5 and up. The library is located at 108-41 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard. For more information, call 718-739-4088.
Etiquette Coaching Workshop
On Tuesday, February 3 at 4 p.m., Cambria Library will present Etiquette Coaching Workshop. Ages 11 to 14 will get coaching from image consultant Allison Foster. Preregistration; space is limited to 15 participants. A BOOST program. The library is located at 218-13 Linden Boulevard. For more information, call 718-528-3535.

Art Workshop
On Tuesday, February 3 at 4:30 p.m., Long Island City Library will present Art Workshop. This workshop is designed as an introduction to various art techniques. 2/3 covers sketching using charcoal, for children ages 7 to 12. The library is located at 37-44 21st Street. For more information, call 718-752-3700.

Black History Tribute
On Wednesday, February 4 at 4 p.m, South Ozone Park Library will present A Day in Time: African-American Tribute to Black History. Akima Briggs leads an interactive lecture-performance, taking you on a journey through five generations of family history. Listen to tales of tragedy and triumph as the storytelling recounts the extraordinary events in history: Nat Turner’s rebellion at Southampton, Virginia; Langston Hughes’ poetry readings at the Cotton Club in Harlem; Dr. King’s march on Washington, and the rise of hip-hop in America’s ghettos. The library is located at 128-16 Rockaway Boulevard. For more information, call 718-529-1660.

Underground Railroad
On Wednesday, February 4 at 4 p.m., Pomonok Library will present The Underground Railroad with Freddy Dugard. Take a journey with the Drumbeat Storyteller as you hear a story of one slave’s travels to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Hear the dogs barking as they try to capture the escaped slave and return him back to his owner. As you hear this great tale, drummer Freddy Dugard will accompany the story by performing on his digital drum set. Pre-registration; space is limited. A BOOST program. The library is located at 158-21 Jewel Avenue. For more information, call 718-591-4343.

Word Up!
On Tuesday, February 4 at 4 p.m., Woodhaven Library will present Word Up! A Creative Expression Workshop for Youth. Queens Library and the Community Word Project present Word Up! Whenever people gather to create poetry, a person’s magic is released. This creative writing workshop will allow teens to express themselves and how they view the world. The work of established poets will be examined in conjunction with the use of poetic tools such as personification. Limited space; preregistration. A BOOST program. Program is funded by RGK Foundation. The library is located at 85-41 Forest Parkway. For more information, call 718-849-1010.

Jewelry Design
On Thursday, February 5 at 4 p.m., North Forest Park Library will present Design and Create Your Own Jewelry. Yvette Powell leads workshop that guides children and teens through process of creating and making jewelry, using their own creative styles to create unique pieces. All materials included; preregistration. A BOOST program. The library is located at 98-27 Metropolitan Avenue. For more information, call 718-261-5512.

Underground Railroad
On Thursday, February 5 at 4 p.m., Rochdale Village Library will present The Underground Railroad with Freddy Dugard. Take a journey with the Drumbeat Storyteller as you hear a story of one slave’s travels to freedom via the Underground Railroad. Hear the dogs barking as they try to capture the escaped slave and return him back to his owner. As you hear this great tale, drummer Freddy Dugard will accompany the story by performing on his digital drum set. Pre-registration; space is limited. A BOOST program. The library is located at 169-09 137th Avenue. For more information, call 718-723-4440.

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