Set sail aboard the Amberjack V for a sunset cruise featuring live Beatles music by Penny Lane. There will be free Thai Rock appetizers (while they last) and a cash bar. The party will then continue on the Thai Rock deck with live music by Bakersfield Breakers.
When: Thursday, July 27, 7:30 PM
Where: Thai Rock, 375 Beach 92 Street, Far Rockaway, NY 11693
Admission: $35 (+ $5.21 tax and online fee)
Don’t miss NYC’s oldest and largest powwow, featuring three days of intertribal Native American dance competitions open to the public. Held in the apple orchard on the Queens County Farm grounds, this spectacular event will represent over 40 Indian Nations. There will also be a large selection of unique Native American art, crafts, jewelry, and food available for purchase.
When: Friday, July 28, 7 PM–10 PM (gates open at 6 PM); Saturday, July 29, 12 PM–5 PM; 7 PM–10 PM and Sunday, July 30, 12 PM–5 PM (gates open at 10 AM)
Where in Queens: Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, NY 11004
Admission: Adult: $10/day; $16/weekend pass; Child (12 & under): $5/day; $7/weekend pass. Farm Members are free (valid ID must be presented).
Please note there is no ATM available on site; Cash only for hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, and food vendors.
Astoria is a pleasant, bustling, vibrant neighborhood — but it also has a dark and lurid history with its fair share of ghosts. Its shadowy past is filled with tragic Hollywood film stars, voodoo, potter’s fields, grisly murders, poltergeists, hidden treasure, and deadly waters. Discover these unsettling tales with “ Haunting Histories and Legends of Astoria,” a 2-hour stroll that visits some lesser-known historical sites and glorious Victorian mansions of Old Astoria Village, and reveals these unsettling tales of the neighborhood’s grim and ghostly past.
When: Saturday, July 29, 8 PM
Where in Queens: Meeting point will be released to ticket holders. Ends near Astoria Park.
Admission: $25. Advance purchase required.
Flushing Town Hall will join China Institute to host a two-hour walking food tour of Flushing. Participants will learn more about the area’s dynamic history, as they sample neighborhood favorites from local cafes, restaurants, and shops. The tour will start on Main Street and end at Flushing Town Hall, where participants can view the gallery exhibition.
When: Saturday, July 29, 2 PM only (11 AM is sold out)
Where in Queens: Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd. Flushing, NY 11354
Admission: $55/$45 Flushing Town Hall & China Institute Members (food and drinks included)