The Douglaston-Little Neck branch of the Queens Borough Public Library offers a wide array of books, classes, CDs and…More DVDs.</p>
<p>The library, which opened in 1962, underwent a renovation in 2009 that added new computers, furniture and self check-in technology.</p>
<p>Services include free computer access and printing for visitors with a library card. There's also a variety of programs such as yoga, a book club, computer classes and knitting.</p>
An investigative approach to science learning and integrated arts and computer programs are some of the features of…More this schools setting, according to the Department of Education. The DOE also says this school has a comprehensive health and movement and music and the brain curriculum.</p>
Queens Borough Public Library 1836 Bell Blvd, Bayside, NY11360 This Bay Terrace branch of the Queens Borough Library system has all the library standards: mystery, suspense, romance,…More non-fiction and more. It also has a collection of Korean language DVDs. There are free workshops for Chinese speakers, programs for Spanish speakers, and career workshops for just about everybody. Use the library's computer, or bring your own laptop for free Wi-Fi use.
The P.S. 159 visual and performing arts program, which administrators herald as "exemplary," includes ballroom…More dancing instruction for fifth graders. The Six Pillars of Character Development Program is school-wide.</p>
<p>Enrichment Clusters allow for investigation of topics which appeal to individual kids grades one through five. All kindergarten through fifth grade classes, as well as many A.I.S. Enrichment Rooms, have computers. P.S. 159 scores very high on a yearly satisfaction survey of parents done by the Department of Education.</p>