2 THE QUEENS COURIER • MAY 30, 2019 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT WWW.QNS.COM
Cablecast Dates and Times
Day Date Time Spectrum RCN FIOS
Friday 5/31/2019 9:00 PM 34/1995 82 34
Tuesday 6/25/2019 10:00 AM 1997 85 37
Tuesday 6/25/2019 7:00 PM 34/1995 82 34
Queens Public Television will re-cablecast the program as a public service announcement for our viewers.
Visit queenslibrary.org to view information on books, entertainment, programs, and services.
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34 & 1995
79 & 1998
56 & 1996
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QUEENS PUBLIC TELEVISION’S ROSLYN NIEVES INTERVIEWS
DENNIS M. WALCOTT AT THE QUEENS PUBLIC LIBRARY
Sex and the City actor Sarah Jessica Parker is asking fellow New Yorkers to post sticky notes about
why they love their libraries. QPTV coincidently just completed a show about the libraries in Queens
NY. Here’s a “Sticky Note” in support for the Queens Public Library.
Dennis M. Walcott makes it his personal ritual to greet visitors as they enter the library in the
morning. Dennis has a highly regarded personal approach as he oversees one of the nation’s largest
public library systems, with 65 locations in the most diverse place on earth. The organization serves
approximately 2.3 million people and circulates among the highest numbers of books and other
library materials in the country. The former chancellor of the New York City public school system and
a deputy mayor under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Dennis joined the Library in 2016 after serving
as the New York State - appointed monitor of the East Ramapo School District in Rockland County.
The motto for the Queens Public Library “We speak your language.” The organization is able to meet
the communities’ needs with state of the art facilities that provide books, entertainment, programs,
and services that make NYC a stronger place to live, learn, and play.
Did you know that in addition to books and eBooks, the library offers a variety of music, movies,
games, and digital media to meet informational, educational, cultural, and recreational interests of
Queens’ residents. They also have programs with a wide range of interests from: Gentle Yoga, Shape
Up NYC; Perfect FormBodyweight Bootcamp to Pathway to U.S. Citizenship. If you need employment
they provide services that help you open the door to opportunities with their Job and Business
Academy. They are known for their Adult Literacy, Children / Teen Programs, Computers and Wi-Fi,
and Health Information services. Lastly, if you have a library card, you can get free admission to
dozens of cultural institutions, museums and attractions. Save money and discover more about
your city with “Culture Pass.” The aforementioned services and programs are just a few examples
of services that you could participate in when you visit the Queens Public Library.
Watch this informational programas Queens Perspectives host Roslyn Nieves speaks with President
and CEO Dennis M. Walcott about the Queens Public Library. View the show online at QPTV.ORG/
QUEENSLIBRARY or on: Spectrum, RCN, and Verizon Fios.