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  • 12/10/16 – 32nd Annual Langston Hughes Kwanzaa Celebration

  • 12/3/16 – 8th Annual Langston Hughes Literary Arts Festival

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  • LH Cultural Celebrations

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  • LH Artist Exhibition Series

    Artist Exhibition: Aimee Williams, April 1 – May 31, 2016 “Stitched in Tradition II” Reception: Saturday, April 9 About the Artist A lifelong resident of the Queens Community, as well as a poet, textile artist and teacher, Aimee has always enjoyed working with her hands to experiment, explore and create designs in fabric and mixed… Continue reading »

  • LH Literary Arts Program

  • LH Music Series

    April 9, 2016

  • Funding Sources

    The Library Action Committee thanks the following for their generous funding support: Queens Council of the Arts Capital One Bank New York City Department of Cultural Affairs New York State Council on the Arts Council of Retired Police (C.O.R.P)

  • Cultural Arts Program

    The Library’s Cultural Arts Program offers: Six to eight individual and group Artist Exhibitions with receptions in second floor Langston Hughes Gallery. Music and Performing Arts Series offered in the Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer seasons in the second floor auditorium or in the outdoor courtyard. Creative Writing Series in the Spring and Fall seasons. Scheduled author… Continue reading »

  • News & Articles

    Langston Hughes Community Library & Cultural Center New Executive Director Announcement – March 17, 2016 Dr. Mikisha Morris, has been hired as the new Executive Director of the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center. Mikisha recently earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership. The focus of her studies was using cultural arts programs to empower… Continue reading »

  • About Corona

    Located in the north central Queens County, west of Flushing, Corona was first settled in 1655, (long before the area had an official name), by Robert Coe from Hempstead, LI. In those early years, the area was sparsely settled farmland, thick forest land towards the Junction Boulevard end, rolling open meadow on the east and… Continue reading »

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