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The community compost collections at Queens Library have been wildly successful. We have partnered with BIG! Compost and Smiling Hogshead Ranch to provide the communities we serve with weekly...
Did you know plastic bottles can be found polluting our beaches? In fact, they are the main source of pollution on beaches. You can recycle your plastic bottle or use it in an art project. Teens...
Raised Garden Beds
Last week at Queens Library at Woodside, we created raised garden beds out of straw bales and cinder blocks, adding nitrogen-rich organic amendments to speed decomposition to do some direct...
Pet Rocks Art Project
To celebrate the theme for this year's summer reading program "Dig into Summer Reading," children at Queens Library at Long Island City created pet rocks. We talked about the...
Holocaust Remembrance Day Activity for Kids
As the world commemorated Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, on April 8, Queens Library at Astoria invited young library visitors to learn about the Holocaust. To remember and honor...