Queens Public Library developed STACKS to enhance your child’s learning experiences through age-appropriate activities in a safe and welcoming environment that helps school-age children build their social, emotional, and academic skills.

STACKS is an educational enrichment program for children, grades K-5, and operates during the school year Monday through Friday from 3pm to 5:30 pm virtually and in person at select locations. It offers children structured and unstructured programming.

Each session begins with homework help, facilitated by trained and caring staff. Following homework help sessions, children participate in a variety of enrichment activities and projects which are informative, hands-on, fun, and often complements school curriculum, using all the resources Queens Public Library has to offer–for free.

This year, virtual programs will continue along with the return of in-person programming. The locations listed below are offering in-person programming this Fall. To enroll your child, please visit your preferred location on Mondays-Fridays from 3pm-5:30pm to fill out an enrollment form.

Presently, spots are available at Baisley Park and South Jamaica Library.

Baisley Park
117-11 Sutphin Boulevard

85-12 Main Street

Jackson Heights
35-51 81 Street

St. Albans
191-05 Linden Boulevard

South Jamaica
108-41 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard

South Hollis
21-45 31 Street

54-22 Skillman Avenue

The following location will be operating as a Homework Center:

Cambria Heights
218-13 Linden Boulevard, Cambria Heights

In-person programming will return to more locations by November! Check back regularly for updates!