Oct 21 – Oct 31 all-day
12:00 am
The New York International Fringe Festival returns in October of 2018 with both a FringeNYC and FringeBYOV segment. FringeBYOV (“Bring Your Own Venue”) is a new “open access” segment in the outer boroughs, and encompasses both existing Indie Venues with their own programming. One of the FringeQNS Indie Venues running this 2018 will be at
The Secret Theatre
3:30 pm
For kids of all ages, animation historian, Tommy Jose Stathes treats us to a reel of spooky cartoons from the 1920-30s. A master of vintage animation, Stathes conjures the magic of early cinema – fun and not-too-scary – projected on 16mm film. The screening starts at 5 but there’s mask-making, flip books and refreshments before
Voelker Orth Museum
6:00 pm
Author Talk and Book Signing with Author Joanne M. Cherisma. You will be able to get your signed copy of I Never Thought I Would Be A Statistic for $20.
South Hollis Library
6:00 pm
Author Talk and Book Signing with Author Joanne M. Cherisma N.B. You will be able to get your signed copy of I Never Thought I Would Be A StatistIc for $20
Queens Library at St-Albans
6:30 pm
Author Talk and Book Signing with Author Joanne M. Cherisma. You will be able to get your signed copy of I Never Thought I Would Be A StatistIc for $20.  
Queens Library at St-Albans
2:30 pm
(Seth Fein, dir. 81 mins) sees the interborough and international histories of imperialism and immigration that orbit the Unisphere in Queens since the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair. The spit-screen documentary travels between present and past, original and archival footage, to contemplate how the imperial legacies of Robert Moses’s so-called public works and Washington’s Third
Queens Historical Society