Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead. Many high school students dream of their proms. This free event welcomes those for whom such dreams may be nightmares: not only gay and transgender adolescents, but also those who find the typical prom too confining, too conservative, too exclusionary or just too expensive.
Readers, prepare to blast off for another exciting summer of events at the Levittown Public Library! This year, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20th, our […]. More Posts from this Category.
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With nearly 53 million items and 92 locations, the New York Public Library is the second largest public library in the United States behind the Library of Congress and the third largest in the world behind the British Library. The library has branches in the boroughs of ManhattanThe Bronxand Staten Island and affiliations with academic and professional libraries in the New York metropolitan area. The city's other two boroughs, Brooklyn and Queensare not served by the New York Public Library system, but rather by their respective borough library systems: the Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Public Library.
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New York Public Library NYPL is helping young people looking for their first job as well as others who may have been out of work for a while and cannot spare the money for interview-appropriate clothes. Candidates can now borrow ties, briefcases, smart handbags and even suits to help give them more confidence in interviews. I thought the best and least complicated way would be to offer work accessories for library patrons to borrow.
The grant—awarded to the Brooklyn Public Library, Queens Library, and The New York Public Library which covers the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island —will support annual efforts by the libraries to encourage independent learning while children and teens are out of school during the summer months. The summer reading program launches in June at over library branches in all five boroughs. Kids and teens read as many books as possible, earn prizes, and participate in various kinds of engaging in-branch activities. The Foundation also encourages and facilitates the community involvement of employees and agents of New York Life through its Volunteers for Good and Grief-Sensitive Schools programs.
Stroll around the area to get your bearings. Walk up and down Canal and a few of the cross streets, poke around in the shops, buy some souvenirs and accessories, then get down to the secret agent mission of knock offs. Enter the building at the 33rd street entrance and, turn left at the corridor.