#PickoftheWeek | Two-day festival celebrates Holland’s holidays
Spend two days at a Dutch wonderland with a historic twist.
The New Amsterdam Festival will take place at the Onderdonk House in Ridgewood from 11 am to 9 pm on both upcoming weekend days (April 29-30). Participants can expect circus performances, a beer tent (bier garten), the MaMas Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | April 27 – May 3 | It’s In Queens!
Beat Cabin Fever with cherry blossoms, an arbor fest, walking food tours, outdoor art, organized runs, and even Victorian flashbacks. Or stay indoors for live music, tap dancing, and a fascinating film on Turkish cats.
April 27, Queens Symphony Orchestra, 7 pm. Live Jazz. Free. Our Lady of Continue Reading
#KidsCorner | Tulips, circus + the Mother of all Expos
Hop over to the free Spring Fling at St. Albans Park (Merrick Boulevard and 169th Street) on April 22 from noon to 4 pm. The whole family will enjoy inflatables, carnival games, crafts, an Easter egg hunt, pony rides, music, face painting, Zumba, and more.
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#ICYMI | Mystic and Glamorous Exhibit Revives Time-Honored Art Tradition
An ancient art form is the inspiration for a brand new exposition at Flushing Town Hall.
Three contemporary artists -- Joy Rock, Chang Ho Kang, and Seoung Jo Hyun – will display paintings that they created with the spirit and traditional techniques that were en vogue during the Goryeo Continue Reading