On February 29th, from 1-3 PM, The Coder School Bayside will be holding an open house event to introduce our coding camps/classes. As STEM becomes more prevalent in our society, children are being introduced to new technology at a faster rate than ever. We want to foster and inspire passion to the next generation leaders of tech in a creative but most importantly, fun way. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, please join our open house session! We also offer a FREE 1 on 1 trial class for your kid to see if the program is a good fit!
As one of the largest human-service organizations in Queens, we’re excited to be hosting a Queens Borough Presidential Candidate Forum on Wednesday, March 4th, at 7:00 PM at the Commonpoint Queens Sam Field Center (located at 58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362).
Join with community members and learn more about our candidates in anticipation of March 24th’s special election. Candidates Costa Constantinides, Elizabeth Crowley, Anthony Miranda, James Quinn, Donovan Richards, and Dao Yin will share their policies and priorities, and questions will be taken from the audience. *Candidates are subject to change.*
Pre-registration is required. If you’d like to attend, please register at https://www.commonpointqueens.org/event/queens-borough-presidential-candidate-forum/
Disease Thrower is the final work of a performance trilogy based on Gaudalupe Maravilla’s autobiography. The first part, titled The OG of Undocumented Children (performed at the Whitney Museum in 2018) told the story of how Maravilla became an undocumented and unaccompanied child immigrant. The second part, titled Walk on Water (performed at the Queens Museum in 2019), focuses on Maravilla’s past as an undocumented immigrant, the deportations his family endured, and methods for healing. The final performance of the trilogy, Disease Thrower, will center on how the trauma of Maravilla’s border crossing manifested into cancer and the ways he overcame the disease.
Disease Thrower is commissioned by Knockdown Center and presented in partnership with The Chocolate Factory Theater. Commissioning support also provided by The MAP Fund. Support also provided by the Franklin Furnace Fund supported by Jerome Foundation, The SHS Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Community Fair for the Community. The fair will have a variety of vendors from Healthcare to city agencies, promoting their services. There will be games and other activities for all ages. Animation and performances by Parsons’ dance team. Food and beverages will be provided by Parsons Community School.
BEYOND THE ABUSE, INC. PRESENTS
Queens Book Fair – Summer 2020
Date: July 11, 2020
Time : 2pm – 6pm
Location: The Harvest Room
90-40 160th St, Jamaica, NY 11432
Come Meet With Diverse Authors and Poets and many Artists. Come To Mingle and Have Fun. Free Entertainment, Live Music, Face Painting, Raffle, Food & Refreshment will be provided.
To register to be a vendor and exhibit at the fair call/text 516-256-9531 or go on:
Once your application approved, you will be contacted. A flat fee of $50.00 to secure each space will, then, be required to be made. Tables are limited…