People tend to check in during these times:
Queens Library serves 2.3 million people, has circulated among the highest number of books and materials in the country since 1994, and is the second largest U.S. public library in size of collections. Queens Library. Enrich Your Life.®
Get the Queens Library app for your phone! It lets you renew your borrowed books, download audio books, and request books from other libraries to be sent to yours.
They have summer kids programs Wednesday and Friday at 2pm until August
Very nice place.
Divert 1000s of LBs of waste from landfills: Drop food scraps to be composted www.queenslibrary.org/events/?filters=ev_key:%22compost%22 Mondays 8am-10am before the library opens.
New times for winter 2013. Bring your frozen food scraps Monday mornings from 8:00-10:00AM (BEFORE the library opens) http://m.queenslibrary.org/event/morning-composting-weekly-food-waste-drop-off-0
Penguin classics are a plentiful. Huzzah!
The Return Slot is only open when staff is in the building. If you can't return materials, call them and they'll renew them for you.
Great booklists on Pinterest if you need some books suggestions. http://pinterest.com/qlsteinway/
They post when they receive new books and DVDs on their Facebook page first: http://www.facebook.com/steinwaylibrary
Even if the library drop box is closed, you can always renew online at
Order and renew materials online at http://www.queenslibrary.org/ (renew online to avoid hefty $3 per day DVD late fees)
Drop your kitchen scraps every Tuesday, from 4:00pm to 5:30pm to be turned into compost just around the corner, at the Queens Lutheran School.
Great DVD collection that you can rent for free.