Sep 18 @ 6:57 pm – 7:57 pm
Emilie Surtees is an independent recording artist who writes, co-produces, & performs her original music all around her native New York and abroad. She also performs tribute shows at some of New York’s top venues such as on the Main Stage at BB King’s Blues Club in Times Square, at The Highline Ballroom in Chelsea, at
Sep 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join Queens local Suzi Siegel for Tiny New York: The Smallest Things in the Biggest City. While New York may be famous for its towering skyscrapers and colossal neon billboards, it turns out it’s actually the little things that tell the real New York story. Suzi Siegel, who is little, grew up in a little
Sep 18 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
The N.E.X.T. HOT JAM! – an OPEN STAGE, New Orleans-style JAM SESSION -Sign up to play from a list of songs selected for the evening. Bring your instruments and JAM OUT on three (15-20 minute) popular songs during a one-hour set. There will be THREE SETS FOR THE EVENING (sign-up for the 8pm set, 9pm
Sep 20 @ 4:00 pm
Expert pediatrician Dr. Rachel Brozinsky will discuss recommended exams, healthy eating, and more. Have your questions answered and your concerns addressed. Presented by Mount Sinai Queens in collaboration with The Long Island City YMCA.
Sep 21 @ 7:00 pm
Flushing Town Hall is a new member of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Jazz Touring Network! Excited to present Banda Magda led by Greek-born composer, arranger, singer and accordionist Magda Giannikou, who takes the audience on a global journey of music, rhythm, and storytelling. Drawing on the band’s global background, the group combines South American rhythms
Sep 21 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 22 @ 10:00 pm
Take Root Presents: Nicole Colbert Dance/Theatre & Logos Dance Collective. Nicole Colbert Dance/Theatre’s where have you been, where are you going? explores the journey away from and toward home as a physical, emotional and psychological place. The piece also contends with feminist, political and social identities in relationship to “home,” in literal and metaphorical terms.
Sep 22 – Nov 18 all-day
JungOck Chang turned her attention to art when she left teaching in NYC public schools. She cultivated her interest in Minhwa, a style of Korean traditional folk painting and spent the past six years studying and painting. Her images draw on Minhwa’s long pictorial tradition. This exhibition will be running from September 22 to November