Every year, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the achievements of Hispanic Americans, the contributions of Hispanic people to our country, and the fact that there is no American culture without Hispanic culture.
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Written by Clara Ontal
Photo credit: Antoinette Jamilah Ali-Sanders. Picture provided by Malik Sanders.Antoinette Jamilah Ali-Sanders was an accomplished landscape architect and community activist. She broke barriers in her academic and professional career, paving the way in… READ MORE
Gardening is a fun and engaging hobby for children and adults, with many benefits!
The benefits of gardening include:
Doing good for the planet.
Reducing stress and anxiety.
Bonding with family, friends, and members of your community.
You can get into gardening with a little… READ MORE
Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the United States.
Check out our reading lists and resources and join us for our in-person and virtual programs to learn more about this important day in U.S. history.
All Queens Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, June… READ MORE
It's Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we're excited to celebrate AANHPI contributions to our nation's history and culture.
We’ve updated our blog post to reflect President Biden’s official proclamation of May as AANHPI Heritage Month.… READ MORE