Name of Event: JNF-USA Presents: Fantasy Baseball Camp and Family Dinner with Team Israel
Date and Time: Thursday, July 8, 2021, 3:30 to 8:00 pm ET
Live out your childhood dreams of being a professional baseball player during Fantasy Baseball Camp with JNF-USA and Team Israel. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play catch with Ian Kinsler, hit a home run off Jeremy Bleich’s fastball, and run the bases alongside Ryan Lavarnway, as well as other players from the expanded team roster. After the game, enjoy a fun, family dinner with fellow JNF-USA supporters and friends.
3:30 to 6:00 pm ET – Fantasy Baseball Camp
6:00 to 8:00 pm ET – Family Dinner
Event link: jnf.org/fantasybaseballcamp
Cost: Ticket prices vary. Learn more at jnf.org/fantasybaseballcamp
Commonpoint Queens is excited to offer College Prep Boot Camp! This will be an intensive two-week virtual program that will explore key topics in the college application process. Each day, the two-week program will include two hours of live instruction, complemented by guided assignments to deepen knowledge around the topic of the day. The College Counselor will also cover opportunity programs, scholarships, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
At the end of each session, enrolled participants will have created the following for usage in their continued college exploration, and in the college application process:
– A rough draft of a college essay
– College essay brainstorms for supplemental and/or scholarship essays
– A resume tailored for the college application
– A tailored, personalized list of target, reach, and safety schools
– A list of potential majors/minors for continued exploration
All sessions are remote through Zoom – choose the AM session (10 am-12 pm) or the PM session (1 pm-3 pm) and the weeks (July 12-23, July 26-August 6, or August 9-August 20).
If interested in participating, please complete the registration form here and we will reach out to confirm your spot!
For more information, please reach out to Elizabeth Gallo at firstname.lastname@example.org or Xenia Laureano at email@example.com.
Queens Theatre’s TFAC Summer Theatre Academy for Students with Disabilities takes students through the entire process of creating short original scenes, monologues, and songs. From idea sharing to writing and development to rehearsal and performance, our all-embracing program will help students to build confidence through collaboration and artistic expression. Working with our professional and dynamic teaching artists, students will engage their imaginations, study the process of theatre and work together as an ensemble to put on a production of their own design during this exciting and comprehensive summer experience.
TFAC Summer Theatre Program for Students with Disabilities is open to all kids of all abilities – no experience in the performing arts is needed to join in the fun. The program takes place online. Acceptance into the program is on a first-come-first-served basis. Space is limited so register today!
Monday – Friday 1:00 pM – 3:00 PM
10 to 13 years old
Two Week Course begins August 2 to August 13, 2021
Theatre for all Children is a FREE PROGRAM. Registration is required.
July 2, 2021 (Register at https://queenstheatre.org/education-theatre-for-all-children/)
For questions or more information, please contact:
Director of Education
Richard Hinojosa at rhinojosa@ queenstheatre.org or call 718-971-5839.
Take your date to an evening of choral music at Rockaway’s only independent bookstore!
We’ve gathered NYC’s finest singers to present a program spanning four centuries. Expect to time travel from Bach’s time to The Beatles’.
What’s better than snuggling up by a bookcase, wine in hand, listening to classical music!?
Admission is free and donations are highly encouraged. $2 off wine only during the performance, so — don’t miss out!
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: 99-4 A Rockaway Beach Blvd, Queens, NY 11694
About the performers:
ÆON Ensemble is an NYC-based collective specializing in contemporary concert music and synaesthetic collaborations. In fluctuating configurations, ÆON has premiered over 35 new works at venues as a black-tie as Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, the DiMenna Center, and Princeton University, and DIY as The Baumann, The Cell, The City Reliquary, and even the beach. The goal of these concerts is to provide a world-class immersive musical experience at an array of accessible venues at a price that makes attendance possible for everyone.
About the location:
Avoid the Day Bookstore & Cafe is Rockaway’s only independent bookstore. Owned and run by locals Jianna and Jason Heuer, you can sip on wine, cold brew coffee, or tea while browsing the bookstore’s curated selection of used and new books – including its very own “Beach Reads” section and an ever-growing “Local Authors” section. There is also a selection of local bites, art, gifts, and other merchandise to peruse – rain or shine
The T.E.A.L.® Walk/Run™ events are held annually to celebrate the courage of ovarian cancer survivors and the strength of the families who have been touched by the disease while spreading awareness to the public and raising money for research. They take place every September during National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Virtual walker, runner, and cyclist registration are available so you can join from anywhere.
All participants will receive a customized bib, raffle entry, and virtual goodie bag
Every registration comes with a discount for a T.E.A.L.® Event next year
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Time: Check-in: 7:30am. Start: 9:00am
Entry Fee: Early Bird $25 through midnight August 14; $30 through midnight October 16; $35 through October 30; $40 on race day
It’s the 20th anniversary year for one of Bayside Historical Society’s most beloved events! Our annual TOTTEN TROT 5K is a waterfront course in historic Fort Totten Park on Little Neck Bay in Bayside, a pristine stretch surrounding a preserved Civil War fortress. Runners will pass through the Historic District, which consists of buildings dating to the late 1800s. The Fort is situated where the Long Island Sound meets the East River at the Throgs Neck Bridge. The start and finish are located at the landmarked Officers’ Club, home of Bayside Historical Society. The course includes a loop out onto Little Bay Path to the Throgs Neck Bridge and back to the Fort. Timing and scoring are provided by elitefeats on a USATF Certified Course.
KIDS’ FUN RUN 10:00 am A short-distance sprint for tiny tots and kids up to 12, grouped by age category. Special “Cookie Medals” for participants in the Fun Run! Sign up on race day; $5.00 suggested donation.
Halloween costumes are highly encouraged for both adults and kids!
Amenities & Awards for the 5K race include:
• Cash prizes for top three overall male and female winners
• 1st place trophies & 2nd place and 3rd place medals
• $50 Value Gift Certificate for Best Costume Award
• T-shirts to first 150 participants
• Raffle prizes open to all registered runners
This year’s Totten Trot will feature a special guest appearance by the 501st Legion’s Empire City Garrison, a worldwide Star Wars costuming organization!
After the race, there will be a presentation of awards in the historic ballroom of the landmarked Officers’ Club (“The Castle”).
Get the complete details and register online at https://events.elitefeats.com/tottentrot21