And you thought there's no such thing as a free lunch...

Brooklyn Currents | 7/04/2014 | 0 comments

The Brooklyn Public Library's Summer Meals Program, run by the city's Department of Education with federal funding, has been expanded to include 25 branches around the borough, up from only six sites last year.

The program offers free lunches to children and teens ages 18 and younger regardless of residency or citizenship (no questions asked).

The free meals will be served at these library branches (click on the branch closest to you), Monday through Friday unless otherwise noted, until Friday, Aug. 29, from 11:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the libraries' meeting rooms:

Bedford – Tuesday-Friday
Flatbush – Tuesday-Friday
Jamaica Bay – Tuesday-Friday
Saratoga – Tuesday-Friday
Sheepshead – Tuesday-Friday
Stone – Tuesday-Friday


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