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– Program 1 –

Bingo!

The excitement of Bingo and the fun of learning something new? Yes please! Fun facts about fifty Inspiring Women in Science in a Bingo game for the whole family!

Monday, March 4
4pm

Mitchell-Linden
31-32 Union Street,
Flushing

Monday, March 4
4pm

Ridgewood
20-12 Madison Street,
Ridgewood

Wednesday, March 6
4pm

Elmhurst
95-06 Astoria Boulevard,
East Elmhurst

Thursdays, March 7 and 21
2:30pm

North Hills
57-04 Marathon Parkway,
Little Neck

Friday, March 8
4pm

St. Albans
191-05 Linden Boulevard,
St. Albans

Friday, March 8
4pm

Queens Library for Teens
2002 Cornaga Ave.,
Far Rockaway

Saturday, March 9
1:30pm

Cambria Heights
218-13 Linden Boulevard,
Cambria Heights

Monday, March 11
3:30pm

Ozone Park
92-24 Rockaway Boulevard,
Ozone Park

Tuesday, March 12
3pm

North Forest Park
98-27 Metropolitan Avenue,
Forest Hills

Tuesday, March 12
3:30pm

Bay Terrace
18-36 Bell Boulevard,
Bayside

Tuesday, March 12
4pm

Poppenhusen
121-23 14 Avenue,
College Point

Wednesday, March 13
4pm

Bellerose
250-06 Hillside Avenue,
Bellerose

Thursday, March 14
3pm

Douglaston/Little Neck
249-01 Northern Boulevard,
Little Neck

Thursday, March 14
4pm

South Ozone Park
128-16 Rockaway Boulevard,
South Ozone Park

Friday, March 15
4:30pm

Arverne
312 Beach 54 Street,
Arverne

Saturday, March 16
3:45pm

Thursday, March 28
4:30pm

Briarwood
85-12 Main Street,
Briarwood

Monday, March 18
4pm

Flushing
41-17 Main Street,
Flushing

Monday, March 18
4pm

Pomonok
158-21 Jewel Avenue,
Flushing

Tuesday, March 19
3:30pm

Hollis
202-05 Hillside Avenue,
Hollis

Tuesday, March 19
3:30pm

Maspeth
69-70 Grand Avenue,
Maspeth

Wednesday, March 20
4:30pm

Kew Gardens Hills
72-33 Vleigh Place, Flushing

Wednesday, March 20
4:30pm

McGoldrick
155-06 Roosevelt Ave,. (off Northern Blvd)
Flushing

Thursday, March 21
4pm

Broadway
40-20 Broadway,
Long Island City

Saturday, March 23
3pm

Fresh Meadows
193-20 Horace Harding Expressway,
Fresh Meadows

Monday, March 25
4pm

Corona
38-23 104 Street,
Corona

Tuesday, March 26
4:30pm

Laurelton
134-26 225 Street,
Laurelton

Tuesday, March 26
4:30pm

Howard Beach
92-06 156 Avenue,
Howard Beach

Tuesday, March 26
5pm

Woodside
54-22 Skillman Avenue,
Woodside

Wednesday, March 27
3:30pm

Bayside
214-20 Northern Boulevard,
Bayside

Wednesday, March 27
4pm

Langston Hughes
100-01 Northern Boulevard,
Corona

– Program 2 –

Trivia Game

Do you think you know your Inspiring Women in Science? Think again! Prepare yourself to be amazed, surprised and, well, definitely inspired learning more about the achievements of these fearless scientists who changed our thinking, science, and world forever!

Wednesday, March 6
4pm

Lefferts
103-34 Lefferts Boulevard,
Richmond Hill

Thursday, March 14
4pm

Richmond Hill
118-14 Hillside Avenue,
Richmond Hill

Friday, March 15
3pm

Sunnyside
43-06 Greenpoint Avenue,
Long Island City

Friday, March 15
4pm

Bellerose
250-06 Hillside Avenue,
Bellerose

Monday, March 18
4pm

Ridgewood
20-12 Madison Street,
Ridgewood

Thursday, March 21
4pm

Langston Hughes
100-01 Northern Boulevard,
Corona

Thursday, March 21
5pm

Lefrak City
98-30 57 Avenue,
Corona

Thursday, March 21
6pm

South Jamaica
108-41 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard,
Jamaica

Saturday, March 23
1:30pm

Cambria Heights
218-13 Linden Boulevard,
Cambria Heights

Monday, March 25
5:30pm

Arverne
312 Beach 54 Street,
Arverne

Thursday, March 28
4pm

Auburndale
25-55 Francis Lewis Boulevard,
Flushing

Thursday, March 28
3:30pm

Broadway
40-20 Broadway,
Long Island City

– Program 3 –

My Next Great Big Invention

Kids are invited to imagine what their next big invention will be. From concept to design and from design to model, let the imagination take flight for these future scientists!

Friday, March 1
4pm

Rochdale Village
169-09 137 Avenue,
Jamaica

Saturday, March 2
3:30pm

Glen Oaks
256-04 Union Turnpike,
Glen Oaks

Tuesday, March 5
4pm

Arverne
312 Beach 54 Street,
Arverne

Friday, March 8
2:30pm

Hillcrest
187-05 Union Turnpike,
Flushing

Friday, March 8
3:30pm

Court Square
25-01 Jackson Avenue,
Long Island City
(This program is for children ages4 and up.)

Wednesday, March 13
4pm

East Flushing
196-36 Northern Boulevard,
Flushing
(Ages 5 and up.)

Thursday, March 14
4pm

Woodhaven
85-41 Forest Parkway,
Woodhaven

 Friday, March 15
3:30pm

Hollis
202-05 Hillside Avenue
Hollis, 
(This program is for children ages 4 and up.)

Friday, March 15
4pm

Jackson Heights
35-51 81 Street,
Jackson Heights

Monday, March 18
4pm

Corona
38-23 104 Street,
Corona

Monday, March 18
4pm

Ozone Park
92-24 Rockaway Boulevard,
Ozone Park

Monday, March 18
4:30pm

Richmond Hill
118-14 Hillside Avenue,
Richmond Hill

Tuesday, March 19
4pm

Astoria
14-01 Astoria Boulevard,
Long Island City

Tuesday, March 19
5pm

Woodside
54-22 Skillman Avenue,
Woodside

Wednesday, March 20
4pm

Elmhurst
86-07 Broadway, 
Elmhurst

Wednesday, March 20
4pm

Windsor Park
79-50 Bell Boulevard,
Bayside

Thursday, March 21
4pm

Forest Hills
108-19 71 Avenue,
Forest Hills
(This program is for ages 6+. Preregistration is required -- first-come, first-served -- beginning March 14.  Ask the children's librarians for details.)

Saturday, March 23
3pm

Queens Village
94-11 217 Street,
Queens Village

Monday, March 25
4pm

Ridgewood
20-12 Madison Street,
Ridgewood
(This program is for grades K-6.)

– Program 4 –

Hidden Figures STEAM Project/Code for Equality Challenge

Young learners and their caregivers will use computational thinking to create unique physical coded messages to support women's history using graphics, text, and variables. 

Code for Equality Challenge
Wednesday, March 13
4pm

Jackson Heights
35-51 81 Street,
Jackson Heights

Using block code, youth in grades 4-8 will create a message of equality that honors the mathematicians featured in the book Hidden Figures.  The challenge is designed to show youth that science and coding is accessible to everyone.

Hidden Figures STEAM Project
Saturday, March 16
2pm

Glen Oaks
256-04 Union Turnpike,
Glen Oaks

Inspiring Women in Science: Code for Equality Challenge
Monday, March 18
4:30pm

Rochdale Village
169-09 137 Avenue,
Jamaica

Using block code at the Made With Code website, teens will create a message of equality that honors the mathematicians featured in the book Hidden Figures.  Challenge participants can work in teams or on a solo project. Registration preferred online or in the library.

STEAM Hidden Figures Craft
Wednesday, March 20
10:30am

Rochdale Village
37-44 21 Street,
Long Island City

Come to our storytime at 10:30 and stay for a special craft celebrating women in science! Little ones and caregivers will create artwork using basic coding concepts great for young minds.

STEAM Hidden Figures Coded Messages
Wednesday, March 20
4pm

Long Island City
37-44 21 Street

Celebrate women in science! Learn all about the female mathematicians at NASA in Hidden Figures and create your own inspiring message about females in science using Made by Code.

Code for Equality Challenge
Thursday, March 21
4pm

South Jamaica
108-41 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard,
Jamaica

Join the South Jamaica Library to celebrate Inspiring Women in Science through coding challenges and STEAM work. 4th-8th graders are welcome!

Code for Equality Challenge
Friday, March 22
3pm

Ridgewood
20-12 Madison Street
Ridgewood

Children and teens are invited to create motivational posters using block code. Students will create a message of equality that honors the mathematicians featured in the book Hidden Figures. The challenge is designed to show youth that science and coding is accessible to everyone. The teen coding competition is from 3:00-4:00pm and the children's computational thinking competition will take place from 4:00-5:00pm.

Code for Equality Challenge
Friday, March 22
4pm

Rosedale
144-20 243 Street,
Rosedale

Come join us, as we code a message of equality that honors the mathematicians featured in the book Hidden Figures. All ages welcome!

Code for Equality Challenge
Tuesday, March 26
3:30pm

Rochdale Village
169-09 137 Avenue,
Jamaica

Younger learners and their caregivers will use computational thinking to create physical coded messages, following each step to create unique messages with graphics, texts and variables.

Code for Equality Challenge
Tuesday, March 26
4pm

Broadway
40-20 Broadway,
Long Island City

Create a message of equality honoring the heroes of the book and movie Hidden Figures—the African American women mathematicians who worked for NASA and helped put the first Americans in space. Participants ages 9 to 12 will create their messages using computer code. Younger children (ages 5-8) will use computational thinking to create their messages with craft materials. No registration required but space is limited; pick up a free ticket in the Children's Room before the program.