Almost 800 people attended free events at Saturday's festival, which was organized by the Queens Library's New Americans Program."It's hard to reach out for some immigrants who hardly know English," said Kim Younshin, a director of the program. "It's a good opportunity for us to basically inform newcomers about what we offer."The New Americans Program helps recent immigrants learn English and get citizenship and legal services. It hosts public lectures and programs designed to help newcomers adapt to life in their new country.Sa
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