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Friday, April 12th, Immigrant Heritage Week Events at NYPL

Friday, April 12th, Immigrant Heritage Week Events at NYPL

For Immigrant Heritage Week, the Roosevelt Island Branch of the New York Public Library has scheduled a pair of special events on Friday.

  • Friday, April 12, 10:15 AM: Multicultural Singalong: Celebrate Immigrant Heritage Week with Bridget and Owen from the Music & Play Station! Join us for a child and caregiver music and movement experience that will include a variety of musical modes, meters, genres, languages.
  • Friday, April 12, 10AM-12PM: Chinese-American Planning Council Info Session: The Chinese-American Planning Council will provide information regarding programs and services for immigrant and low-income communities in the areas of education, family support, and community and economic empowerment.
Friday, April 12th, Immigrant Heritage Week Events at NYPL

The NYPL branch is located at 524 Main Street, Roosevelt Island.

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