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Queens Public Library Tech Lab at Queensbridge

Business and Technology Training by Queens Public Library’s Job & Business Academy

10-43 41st Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

For more information or to register by phone for any of these programs, call 718-990-8625.


Making Web Pages

HTML/CSS with P5js - Create full, independent webpages using HTML, CSS, and P5js domains that can run independently.

Thursday, January 2
5:45 – 7:30pm

Call to Register.


January Open House - Step into a Virtual World!

Drop into our family-friendly, free TECH open house! You can try virtual reality, 3D printing, arts & crafts, graphic design, animating stories, building robots, and see what workshops we are offering for the month of January!

Saturday, January 4
2 – 4pm

Registration Not Required.


Multimedia Arts Club

Join our after school multimedia arts club where we will be exploring the connections between arts, technology, video games, fashion, graphic and 3D design in a STEAM project-based setting. This program is for kids between the ages of 10 - 14.

Mondays, January 6, 13, 27
3 – 4:30pm


Design Jewelry using 3D Software

Learn how to design and use 3D printing technology to make custom jewelry pieces and accessories. Some examples: shoe plates, name plates, hoop earrings, belt buckles, hair pins and more! Previous computer experience is required for creating 3D designs.

Monday, January 6
5:45 – 7:30pm 


Basic Electricity and Simple Machines

Learn the basic elements of electricity and apply them to move simple machines such as gears, cranks, pulleys, cams, and belts.

Thursdays, January 9, 16, 23, 30
5:45 – 7:30pm


Coding in Microsoft Excel

Learn how to code in Excel using Visual Basic for Applications. Use fundamental coding concepts to manipulate data in Excel spreadsheets.

Saturdays, January 11, 18, 25
11am – 12:30pm


Introduction to Python Programming Language

Learn the basics of coding in this three-part Intro to Python series. Topics will be introduction to algorithms, algorithms and problem solving, understanding computer science as the study of algorithms, writing pseudo code, writing your first algorithm, and understanding how computers search for various types of data.

Saturdays, January 11, 18, 25
2 – 4pm


Apps for Entrepreneurship

Are you interested in opening your own business? Come to this workshop to learn about apps that can help you remain organized and productive in your independent venture!

Wednesday, January 15
5:45 – 7:30pm


Open Sewing & Textile Hour

Come use our in-house sewing equipment to work on fashion and textile projects. Prior sewing machine experience required.

Wednesday, January 22
2 – 3:30pm


Managing Personal Finances with Microsoft Excel

Learn how to use spreadsheets to budget, track expenses, and manage your personal financial data in this hands-on workshop!

Wednesday, January 22
5:45 – 7:30pm


Advanced Photoshop

Take your fundamental design skills you have been learning to the next level in this two-part Adobe Photoshop workshop! We will be working at a quicker pace and learning more advanced tools and techniques. Previous Photoshop experience required.

Mondays, January 27 & February 3
5:45 – 7:30pm


Adult Travel VR

Go around the world in 5 Virtual Reality headsets! Travel to some of the world's most exciting places from the comfort of your local library.

Wednesday, January 29
5:45 – 7:30pm