African-American History Month

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Pi chart for Pi Day
Repurposing old magazines and posters, kids at Queens Library at Sunnyside made their own pi charts for "Pi Day," celebrated every year on March 14 (3/14 or 3.14, like the first three...
Spring Arts and Crafts Project
On March 20, 1912, Tokyo, Japan, gifted Washington, D.C., with 3,000 gorgeous cherry blossom trees.  Each spring, people from all over the world visit our country's capital to see the...
Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America Day
To celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday, on March 2, Queens Libraries at Woodside and Broadway invited children and their caregivers to make 3D aquariums, inspired by Seuss’s book One Fish,...
Tooth Fairy Day eco-friendly craft
To celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day on February 28, children and their caregivers made tooth and Tooth Fairy straw toppers at Queens Library at Sunnyside, while learning about the importance...
keepsake boxes
Queens Library at Steinway invited children to decorate their own keepsake boxes, re-purposing discarded ones that had been donated to the Materials for the Arts. Recycled materials, also from...