Queens Buzz .com  Log-In

 
queens weekend events announcements things to do queens

queens things to do queens things to do

Things To Do in Queens This Weekend

Open House NY Weekend, Queensboro Dance Festival FL, Eight Tales of Pedro in LIC, Athens on the Half Shell, Thalia Drag Queens Show, Cityscape Painting Demonstration JHTS, Turkish Brunch in SS

queens things to do* October 12, 2018 / Things To Do Queens / Queens Neighborhoods / Queens Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 60 and the temperature lows will be around 50 throughout the weekend. There's a 50% chance of a half of a tenth of an inch of rain on Saturday, falling to about 10% by Saturday noon - so it should be a fairly dry weekend. Winds will be about 10 - 15 mph throughout the weekend. The Humidity will be between 50% - 60% through the weekend, which is significantly lower than on Thursday when it was about 90%. Click for Queens Weather.

* In the photo at right you can see folks enjoying brunch along 30th Avenue in Astoria last weekend.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender. The #7 is undergoing some improvements this month, so the local stops will be affected, causing you to have to double back, so allow more travel time.

 

Friday - Open House NY, Eight Tales of Pedro, Thalia Drag Queens Show & Athens on the Half Shell

queens things to do* The photo at right shows a serene view looking toward Manhattan from First Calvary Cemetery in Queens. A reader told us that this photo is near where a scene from John Wick was filmed - https://flaneur.nyc/john-wick-the-calvary-cemetery-scene.html.

* Open House NY returns this weekend, with over 200 historic, architectural and cultural sites open for public viewing in all five boroughs. You may visit 140 of them without an rsvp and the intent of the program is to,

"provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city."

For details about the sites in each borough, visit www.ohny.org.

* The Eight Tales of Pedro is playing at the Secret Theatre at 44-02 23rd Street in Long Island City Friday at 7.30 pm and Saturday & Sunday at 3 pm & 7.30 pm. The play is an original work written by Woodside resident Mark-Eugene Garcia about ficitional immigrants in an earlier time and today, resonating with some of the related themes of the modern day [$18 / $20].

* The Drag Queens Show opens at Thalia Theatre at 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside and runs weekends through November 4th at 8 pm Friday & Saturday and at 4 pm on Sunday. It's a performance of Queens Latin trans actors, artists and female impersonators. Tickets are $45 / $42 & Fridays $37 / $40.

* Beginning Thursday, October 11th at 7 pm, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at 31-10 Thomson Avenue in LIC presents a new work entitled Athens on the Half Shell. Performances continue Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 5 pm and Monday at 3 pm [$10 at www.lpac.nyc].

The Noguchi Museum at 9-01 33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard in LIC / Astoria is hosting Free First Fridays [art / donations welcome].

 

Saturday - Open House NY, Queensboro Dance Fest, Drag Queens Show, Eight Tales of Pedro & Athens on the Half Shell

* The photo below right shows a dance performance in an earlier year. The Queensboro Dance Festival ends this weekend - see details below.

queens things to do* Open House NY returns this weekend, with over 200 historic, architectural and cultural sites open for public viewing in all five boroughs. You may visit 140 of them without an rsvp and the intent of the program is to,

"provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city."

For details about the sites in each borough, visit www.ohny.org.

* Beginning Thursday, October 11th at 7 pm, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at 31-10 Thomson Avenue in LIC presents a new work entitled Athens on the Half Shell. Performances continue Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 5 pm and Monday at 3 pm [$10 at www.lpac.nyc].

* The Eight Tales of Pedro is playing at the Secret Theatre at 44-02 23rd Street in Long Island City Friday at 7.30 pm and Saturday & Sunday at 3 pm & 7.30 pm. The play is an original work written by Woodside resident Mark-Eugene Garcia about ficitional immigrants in an earlier time and today, resonating with some of the related themes of the modern day [$18 / $20].

* The Drag Queens Show opens at Thalia Theatre at 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside and runs weekends through November 4th at 8 pm Friday & Saturday and at 4 pm on Sunday. It's a performance of Queens Latin trans actors, artists and female impersonators. Tickets are $45 / $42 & Fridays $37 / $40.

* The Queensboro Dance Festival at Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows Corona Park ends this weekend, with shows on Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 4 pm. Both shows are followed by a discussion with the artists and the Sunday performance is followed by a closing reception. On Saturday night, Vissi Dance Theater (Jamaica), Q & A Productions (Woodside), Flamenco Latino (Jackson Heights), Rastro Dance Company (Long Island City), Mala's Odissi (Forest Hills), Cole Collective (Astoria) and The Kingdom Dance Company (Rosedale) will perform. And Sunday's program features Rioult Dance NY (Astoria), Yamini Kalluri (Rego Park), Spaces of Fontana (Astoria), Cole Collective (Astoria), Sheep Meadow Dance Theatre (Long Island City), NK&D/a movement company (Astoria), Barbara Mahler's Dances (Jackson Heights), Dugal Dance Projects (Woodside), Dancing Fish (Long Island City) and Tango For All (Astoria) [$20 / $35 w/ Sunday reception].

 

Sunday - Open House NY, Queensboro Dance Fest Reception FL, Cityscape Painting Demo in JHTS, TCC Sunday Brunch, Drag Queens & Pedro's Tales

queens things to do* In the photo at right you can see a man and his dogs in a gentrifying neighborhood in Queens.

* The Turkish Cultural Center at 43-49 45th Street [off Queens Blvd] in Sunnyside is hosting a Community Sunday Brunch beginning at 11.30 am. It costs $10 per adult / $5 for children and $0 for kids under 5, but must rsvp at queens@turkishculturalcenter.org or (518) 951-0309.

* The Jackson Heights Art Club is hosting a Cityscape Painting demonstration beginning at 2 pm at St. Mark's Church at 33-50 82nd Street in Jacskon Heights [art / free].

* Open House NY returns this weekend, with over 200 historic, architectural and cultural sites open for public viewing in all five boroughs. You may visit 140 of them without an rsvp and the intent of the program is to,

"provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city."

For details about the sites in each borough, visit www.ohny.org.

* The Eight Tales of Pedro is playing at the Secret Theatre at 44-02 23rd Street in Long Island City Friday at 7.30 pm and Saturday & Sunday at 3 pm & 7.30 pm. The play is an original work written by Woodside resident Mark-Eugene Garcia about ficitional immigrants in an earlier time and today, resonating with some of the related themes of the modern day [$18 / $20].

* The Drag Queens Show opens at Thalia Theatre at 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside and runs weekends through November 4th at 8 pm Friday & Saturday and at 4 pm on Sunday. It's a performance of Queens Latin trans actors, artists and female impersonators. Tickets are $45 / $42 & Fridays $37 / $40.

* The Queensboro Dance Festival at Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows Corona Park ends this weekend, with shows on Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 4 pm. Both shows are followed by a discussion with the artists and the Sunday performance is followed by a closing reception. On Saturday night, Vissi Dance Theater (Jamaica), Q & A Productions (Woodside), Flamenco Latino (Jackson Heights), Rastro Dance Company (Long Island City), Mala's Odissi (Forest Hills), Cole Collective (Astoria) and The Kingdom Dance Company (Rosedale) will perform. And Sunday's program features Rioult Dance NY (Astoria), Yamini Kalluri (Rego Park), Spaces of Fontana (Astoria), Cole Collective (Astoria), Sheep Meadow Dance Theatre (Long Island City), NK&D/a movement company (Astoria), Barbara Mahler's Dances (Jackson Heights), Dugal Dance Projects (Woodside), Dancing Fish (Long Island City) and Tango For All (Astoria) [$20 / $35 w/ Sunday reception].

* LIC FEAR, a fine art horror exhibition and independent horror film festival, returns to the The Plaxall Gallery at 5-26 46th Avenue in Long Island City starting October 4th through November 4th. The opening reception was from 7 - 10 pm on Saturday, October 6th and the Horror Film Festival is on Oct 26 & 27 from 7 - 10 pm.

* Also see art exhibits and film above in the Friday & Weekend section.

 

MOSTLY DONE. Asterisked events have been updated.

PS1 MoMA at 22-25 Jackson Avenue in LIC is hosting an Art Book Fair through the weekend. There will be 365 exhibitors with books of all sorts, including antiquities and collectors items. Entry to the fair is free and the times are Friday 1 pm to 7 pm, Saturday 11 am to 9 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 7pm.

The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria at 35th Avenue & 36th Street has an exhibit entitled Behind the Scene [ongoing] about film production, the Jim Henson exhibit about the creator of Sesame Street [ongoing], as well as numerous film screenings throughout the week. This month they are running a series about xyz [film / $9 / $11 / $15 - series ends xyz].

There's a movie screening at the Greater Astoria Historical Society in Astoria.

The Chocolate Factory at 5-49 49th Avenue in LIC is hosting performances of Rebecca Davis' the final hands count beginning sounds, a modern dance performance, beginning at 8 pm Friday and 7 pm and 9 pm on Saturday [$10 / theater / runs thru 10/21 and tickets sell fast at www.chocolatefactorytheater.org].

JPAC

 

Week Beginning 10.15.18 - Athens on the Half Shell ends & LIC Fear continues

* On Monday at 3 pm, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at 31-10 Thomson Avenue in LIC presents a new work entitled Athens on the Half Shell [$10 at www.lpac.nyc].

* LIC FEAR, a fine art horror exhibition and independent horror film festival, returns to the The Plaxall Gallery at 5-26 46th Avenue in Long Island City starting October 4th through November 4th. The opening reception was from 7 - 10 pm on Saturday, October 6th and the Horror Film Festival is on Oct 26 & 27 from 7 - 10 pm.

 

Farmers Mkts, Street Fairs & Member Events Calendar

* Click here for reports about Queens farmers markets, Queens street fairs, shopping venues in Queens and / or click to Queens Events Member Calendar to view a number of additional weekend events.

* Also see Friday & Weekend Events above and click here for free summer concerts in Queens, free summer movies in Queens and free things to do and free summer theater in Queens & things to do.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Under the Mets Grandstands by Seymour Butz.


Things To Do in Queens This Weekend

Columbus Day Parade Astoria, Fall for Arts Festival Roosevelt Island, LIC Fear, Oktoberfest Sunnyside, Dominican Parade & Festival Jackson Heights / Flushing & Classical Concert Jackson Heights

queens things to doOctober 5, 2018 / Things To Do Queens / Queens Neighborhoods / Queens Buzz NYC.

 

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 70 Friday & Saturday, rising to 80 on Sunday & Monday. The temperature lows will be around 60 Friday & Saturday, rising to near 70 on Sunday & Monday. There's a 0% chance of rain on Friday & Saturday, rising to 10% on Sunday and 20% on Monday. Winds will be about 10 mph throughout the weekend. The Humidity will be near 60% on Friday & Saturday, rising to 70% the rest of the weekend. Click for Queens Weather.

The photo at right shows cyclists heading down Skillman Avenue in Sunnyside in a prior year.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

 

Friday - First Fridays Noguchi Museum LIC

queens things to doThe photo at right shows Oktoberfest in Sunnyside Gardens Park in a prior year. The festival returns Saturday - see details below.

 

The Noguchi Museum at 9-01 33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard in LIC / Astoria is hosting Free First Fridays [art / donations welcome].

 

Saturday - Columbus Day Parade Astoria, Fall for Arts Festival Roosevelt Island, Oktoberfest Sunnyside, Classical Concert Jackson Heights, St Lukes Rummage

The photo below right shows the Columbus Day Parade marching along Steinway Street in a prior year. The parade returns this Saturday - see details below.

queens things to doBeginning at 12 noon - 2 pm - Columbus Day Parade - Kicks off from Kaufman Astoria Studios at 34-12 36th Street, marches north on Steinway, west on 30th Avenue and then turns north on 33rd Street ending at Columbus Triangle at Astoria Blvd.

From 11 am to 5 pm - Fall for Arts Festival - In Southpoint Park at FDR Four Freedoms Park on the Rivercross Lawn on Roosevelt Island. A day full of activities for everyone including rides from 1 - 3 pm, games, arts & crafts and musical performances.

LIC FEAR, a fine art horror exhibition and independent horror film festival, returns to the The Plaxall Gallery at 5-26 46th Avenue in Long Island City starting October 4th through November 4th. The opening reception is from 7 - 10 pm on Saturday, October 6th and the Horror Film Festival is on Oct 26 & 27 from 7 - 10 pm.

Saturday & Sunday, October 6 & 7, 2018 from 10 am to 4 pm and 12 noon to 4 pm respectively - St Lukes Annual Rummage Sale _ At 85 Greenway South in the Forest Hills Garden area.

From 12 noon to 5 pm [give / take 1 hour] - Sunnyside Gardens Park Oktoberfest - At Sunnyside Gardens Park at 48-21 39th Avenue. Arts, crafts, food, pumpkin patch & games open to public. St festivals in Sunnyside Queens NYC.

Beginning at 7 pm at St. Mark´s Church at 33-50 82nd street, Jackson Height, Queens Consort will perform a one hour concert with no intermission. A festive reception after the concert in the Parish Hall [music $20 / $10 at www.queensconsort.com - for details see Member Calendar].

 

* There's a movie screening at the Greater Astoria Historical Society in Astoria.

 

Sunday - Dominican Parade & Festival, LIC Fear, Free Swimming Lessons

queens things to doThe photo at right shows musicians performing at Queens Consort performance. The group returns Saturday - see details above.

There's a Dominican Parade that kicks off at 12 noon at 37th Avenue at 69th Street and marches east to 86th Street in Jackson Heights / Corona. There's a Dominican Festival at the NY Hall of Science at 47-01 111th Street in Corona / Flushing from 12 noon to 7 pm.

From 1 - 4 pm, Free Kids Carnival - Learn to Swim Grand Opening at Gateway Sports and Pools a not for profit organization at the Hillcrest Jewish Center - for details see Member Calendar.

Also see art exhibits and film above in the Friday & Weekend section.

 

Monday - Columbus Day

WORK IN PROGRESS. Asterisked events have NOT been updated.

* PS1 MoMA at 22-25 Jackson Avenue in LIC is hosting an Art Book Fair through the weekend. There will be 365 exhibitors with books of all sorts, including antiquities and collectors items. Entry to the fair is free and the times are Friday 1 pm to 7 pm, Saturday 11 am to 9 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 7pm.

* The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria at 35th Avenue & 36th Street has an exhibit entitled Behind the Scene [ongoing] about film production, the Jim Henson exhibit about the creator of Sesame Street [ongoing], as well as numerous film screenings throughout the week. This month they are running a series about xyz [film / $9 / $11 / $15 - series ends xyz].

* An original serial play entitled Love is Dead is being performed at the Secret Theatre at 44-02 23rd Street in LIC Friday, Saturday & Sunday beginning at 8 pm [thru Sat 9/23].

* The Chocolate Factory at 5-49 49th Avenue in LIC is hosting performances of Rebecca Davis' the final hands count beginning sounds, a modern dance performance, beginning at 8 pm Friday and 7 pm and 9 pm on Saturday [$10 / theater / runs thru 10/21 and tickets sell fast at www.chocolatefactorytheater.org].

Thalia / LPAC & Jamaica

 

Week Beginning 10.8.18 - LIC Fear

LIC FEAR, a fine art horror exhibition and independent horror film festival, returns to the The Plaxall Gallery at 5-26 46th Avenue in Long Island City starting October 4th through November 4th. The opening reception is from 7 - 10 pm on Saturday, October 6th and the Horror Film Festival is on Oct 26 & 27 from 7 - 10 pm.

 

* On Wednesday, October 3 at 2 pm & Thursday, October 4 at 7 pm, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at 31-10 Thomson Avenue in LIC presents a new work about men and women in the #MeToo era [$10 / $20 at www.lpac.nyc].

 

Farmers Mkts, Street Fairs & Member Events Calendar

Click here for reports about Queens farmers markets, Queens street fairs, shopping venues in Queens and / or click to Queens Events Member Calendar to view a number of additional weekend events.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above and click here for free summer concerts in Queens, free summer movies in Queens and free things to do and free summer theater in Queens & things to do.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Under the Mets Grandstands by Seymour Butz.


Things To Do In Queens - Columbus Day Weekend | things to do Columbus Day weekend in queens 10.17.18 7711
Things To Do In Queens - Columbus Day Weekend

Things To Do Columbus Day Weekend Queens

Things To Do In Queens Over The Columbus Day Weekend

October 6, 2018 / Things To Do Queens NY / Queens Buzz NYC.

Columbus Day Events In Queens

Click here to obtain information about things to do Columbus Day Weekend in Queens. This events calendar is updated monthly with about 100 different Queens fun / cultural events.

Columbus Day Parade - Astoria Queens

There's a Columbus Day Parade in Astoria Queens on the Saturday before Columbus Day. Check the front page of this website for other things to do on Columbus Day in Queens.

Queens Public & Private Parks

Queens has one of the best collection of parks and golf courses in the NY Metro area, if not the best. Queens has at least 17 great parks. Click here for a listing of the Queens Parks including maps showing their locations along with a bit of park history.

Golfing In Queens - Columbus Day Weekend

Queens has four golf courses and all of them are open this weekend. Click here for details about Queens Golf Courses including maps and links to the operators' websites.



Things To Do in Queens This Weekend

Aston Cooke's 'Single Entry', Queens Hip Hop Fest Sold Out, Dorsky Art Reception, Kimchi & Sauerkraut Oktoberfest, Bacon & Beer & History

queens things to do* September 28, 2018 / Things To Do Queens / Queens Neighborhoods / Queens Buzz NYC.

 

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 70 throughout the weekend, and the temperature lows will be around 60. There's a 0% - 10% chance of rain in the forecast this weekend. Winds will be about 10 mph throughout the weekend. The Humidity will be drop from near 80% on Friday to 60% the rest of the weekend. Click for Queens Weather.

 

* The photo at right shows the base of the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park last weekend.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

 

Friday - Aston Cooke's 'Single Entry' Plays All Weekend

queens things to do* The photo at right shows a woman admiring sculptures at the Noguchi Museum at Broadway and Vernon Blvd in LIC in a prior year.

* A play entitled Aston Cooke's Single Entry will be performed at the York College / Milton Bassin Performing Arts Center at 94-20 Guy Brewer Blvd in Jamaica at 8 pm Friday and Saturday and at 6 pm on Sunday [$20 / $25 at https://www.york.cuny.edu/pac]. The play is described as follows,

"Single Entry examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are hell-bent on going to New York City to visit a relative; they hope to obtain even a single entry visa and once they enter the country, to never return. Jamaicans' obsession with U.S. residence can be traced to the 1940s, when many people, mostly from rural parishes, went to Florida for a farm work program. This production in particular, tells how in some not so pretty ways, how the struggle to attain the American dream can be a difficult one especially for illegal immigrants."

 

Saturday - Kimchi & Sauerkraut at Voelker Orth, Bacon & Beer & Film

queens things to do* The photo at right shows the Empire State Building from the elevated subway line in the midwestern part of Queens. The buildings in the foreground continue to grow taller, diminishing the landmark's dominance as a geographic marker.

* Oktoberfest Flushing Style: Sauerkraut and Kimchi - at the Voelker Orth Museum at 149-19 138th Avenue in Flushing from 5.30 - 8.30 pm. Oktoberfest is an old tradition, of welcoming guests and sharing in the season’s bounty, which the Voelker Orth Museum has mixed with some other old and new cultures into a Flushing culinary treat.

* There's a movie screening at the Greater Astoria Historical Society in Astoria.

* The Bacon & Beer Classic returns to FMCP at the Billie Jean USTA.

* A play entitled Aston Cooke's Single Entry will be performed at the York College / Milton Bassin Performing Arts Center at 94-20 Guy Brewer Blvd in Jamaica at 8 pm Friday and Saturday and at 6 pm on Sunday [$20 / $25 at https://www.york.cuny.edu/pac]. The play is described as follows,

"Single Entry examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are hell-bent on going to New York City to visit a relative; they hope to obtain even a single entry visa and once they enter the country, to never return. Jamaicans' obsession with U.S. residence can be traced to the 1940s, when many people, mostly from rural parishes, went to Florida for a farm work program. This production in particular, tells how in some not so pretty ways, how the struggle to attain the American dream can be a difficult one especially for illegal immigrants."

 

Sunday - Art Reception & Opening, New Play in Jamaica

queens things to do* The photo at right shows a commuter I met on the subway train a while ago. She had personalized her computer with an artistic message of peace and love.

* There's an art reception for an exhibit opening at the Dorsky Gallery | Curatorial Programs at 11-03 45th Avenue in LIC.

* A play entitled Aston Cooke's Single Entry will be performed at the York College / Milton Bassin Performing Arts Center at 94-20 Guy Brewer Blvd in Jamaica at 8 pm Friday and Saturday and at 6 pm on Sunday [$20 / $25 at https://www.york.cuny.edu/pac]. The play is described as follows,

"Single Entry examines the lives of two working class Jamaican women who are hell-bent on going to New York City to visit a relative; they hope to obtain even a single entry visa and once they enter the country, to never return. Jamaicans' obsession with U.S. residence can be traced to the 1940s, when many people, mostly from rural parishes, went to Florida for a farm work program. This production in particular, tells how in some not so pretty ways, how the struggle to attain the American dream can be a difficult one especially for illegal immigrants."

* Also see art exhibits and film above in the Friday & Weekend section.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. ONLY Asterisked events have been updated.

PS1 MoMA at 22-25 Jackson Avenue in LIC is hosting an Art Book Fair through the weekend. There will be 365 exhibitors with books of all sorts, including antiquities and collectors items. Entry to the fair is free and the times are Friday 1 pm to 7 pm, Saturday 11 am to 9 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 7pm.

An original serial play entitled Love is Dead is being performed at the Secret Theatre at 44-02 23rd Street in LIC Friday, Saturday & Sunday beginning at 8 pm [thru Sat 9/23].

The Chocolate Factory at 5-49 49th Avenue in LIC is hosting performances of Rebecca Davis' the final hands count beginning sounds, a modern dance performance, beginning at 8 pm Friday and 7 pm and 9 pm on Saturday [$10 / theater / runs thru 10/21 and tickets sell fast at www.chocolatefactorytheater.org].

The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria at 35th Avenue & 36th Street has an exhibit entitled Behind the Scene [ongoing] about film production, the Jim Henson exhibit about the creator of Sesame Street [ongoing], as well as numerous film screenings throughout the week. This month they are running a series about xyz [film / $9 / $11 / $15 - series ends xyz].

The Noguchi Museum at 9-01 33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard in LIC / Astoria is hosting Elena Moon Park in the return of its Bang on a Can summer concert music series [art / donations welcome]. Ms. Park is billed as,

"... a Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist with a passion for the preservation of diverse music and culture ..."

Thalia / LPAC & Jamaica / Secret Theater

 

Week Beginning 10.1.18 - LaGuardia Performing Arts Center

* On Wednesday, October 3 at 2 pm & Thursday, October 4 at 7 pm, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center at 31-10 Thomson Avenue in LIC presents a new work about men and women in the #MeToo era [$10 / $20 at www.lpac.nyc].

* LIC FEAR, a fine art horror exhibition and independent horror film festival, returns to the The Plaxall Gallery at 5-26 46th Avenue in Long Island City starting October 4th through November 4th. The opening reception is from 7 - 10 pm on Saturday, October 6th and the Horror Film Festival is on Oct 26 & 27 from 7 - 10 pm.

 

Farmers Mkts, Street Fairs & Member Events Calendar

* Click here for reports about Queens farmers markets, Queens street fairs, shopping venues in Queens and / or click to Queens Events Member Calendar to view a number of additional weekend events.

* Also see Friday & Weekend Events above and click here for free summer concerts in Queens, free summer movies in Queens and free things to do and free summer theater in Queens & things to do.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Under the Mets Grandstands by Seymour Butz.


Astoria Neighborhood Links

Click on these advertisements for promotions, discounts and coupons by retailers and restaurateurs in Astoria and nearby Queens.

Click this link to go to the:

Astoria Neighborhood or Astoria Business Directory

Astoria Real Estate or Events & Things To Do In Astoria

Restaurants In Astoria or Astoria Shops & Shopping

Astoria Maps


Site Search Tips. 1) For best results, when typing in more than one word, use quotation marks - eg "Astoria Park". 2) Also try either singular or plural words when searching for a specific item such as "gym" or "gyms".

 

Click this link to search for something in our Queens Business Directory. Also check out Taste of Sunnyside.


Click the log in link below to create an ID and post an opinion.

Or send this story to a friend by filling in the appropriate box below.