Jun
17
Thu
COVID-19 Vacunas Para Niños & Mas – Town Hall en Español @ virtual
Jun 17 @ 5:00 pm
COVID-19 Vacunas Para Niños & Mas – Town Hall en Español @ virtual

Acompáñanos jueves 17 de junio a las 5:00 pm Live en Facebook para una charla sobre el Virus Covid-19 y la Vacuna para niños. Informacion actualizada sobre:

Las Vacunas de Covid-19 para niños y adolescentes de 12-18 años.
Las diferentes vacunas disponibles.
El uso de mascarillas (Guia)
Charla con:

Angelica Cifuentes Kottkamp, MD – Associate Program Director / Infectious Diseases & Immunology Fellowship, Leader Bellevue Site / NYU Langone Vaccine Trial & Evaluation Unit
M. Pilar Gonzalez, MD – Director of Pediatric Ambulatory Care, Associate Director, Department of Pediatrics. Health & Hospitals- Elmhurst
Marlon E. Brewer, MD, FACP – Chief, Medical Primary Care Clinic, Associate Director, Department of Ambulatory Care, Health & Hospitals – Elmhurst
Míralo en vivo en la página de Facebook de Commonpoint Queens Central Queens, www.facebook.com/centralqueensfh.

Si tienes preguntas, envielas a Fadia Mohama a fmohama@commonpointqueens.org.

Join us Thursday, June 17 at 5 pm for a conversation on Facebook live about COVID-19 and vaccinating teens/adolescents. We will present information on:

COVID-19 vaccines for 12-18-year-olds
The different vaccines available
The use of masks
Panelists include:

Angelica Cifuentes Kottkamp, MD – Associate Program Director / Infectious Diseases & Immunology Fellowship, Leader Bellevue Site / NYU Langone Vaccine Trial & Evaluation Unit
M. Pilar Gonzalez, MD – Director of Pediatric Ambulatory Care, Associate Director, Department of Pediatrics. Health & Hospitals- Elmhurst
Marlon E. Brewer, MD, FACP – Chief, Medical Primary Care Clinic, Associate Director, Department of Ambulatory Care, Health & Hospitals – Elmhurst
Watch on our Commonpoint Queens Central Queens Facebook page, www.facebook.com/centralqueensfh.

For more information, contact Fadia Mohama at fmohama@commonpointqueens.org.

Jun
19
Sat
Juneteenth in Queens @ Roy Wilkins Park
Jun 19 all-day
Juneteenth in Queens @ Roy Wilkins Park | New York | United States

QUEENS CELEBRATES #JUNETEENTH

Commemorating 156 years of Black Power on Juneteenth at Roy Wilkins Park since the last enslaved people in Galveston, TX was freed.

A sustainable and historic festival for the South East Queens community that highlights, celebrates, and commemorates our Black Ancestors and their journey to liberation through Juneteenth. In partnership with community leaders, elected officials, community organizations, Black Greek life, public safety, parks, small businesses, and more, the collective committee will execute Juneteenth’s worth remembering for years to come.

Assembly Bill A10628, sponsored and introduced by our very own @aliciahyndman State Assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman of the 29th Assembly District in June 2020 to finally have Juneteenth recognized as a New York State Holiday.

On October 14, 2020, this empowered bill was signed into law. 156 years later, in 2021 we will celebrate Black Power, and Liberation for the first time as an NYS Holiday on Juneteenth at Roy Wilkins Park!

Jun
26
Sat
Din Din: Tasting Menu & Film Screening @ Windmill Community Garden
Jun 26 all-day
Din Din: Tasting Menu & Film Screening @ Windmill Community Garden | New York | United States

This program is the closing event for Din Din, a series of free, socially distanced outdoor public events which use food and art to build community.

Location: 39-22 29th St, Long Island City

Program Schedule
7 – 9 pm
The “Recalling Bitterness Tasting Menu” by Siri Lee and “Breakaway” by Heather Kapplow

9 – 10 pm – Short film and video art program featuring:

Phyllis Ma “Trip the Fruit Fantastic”
Tobias Rud “Sweetie O’s”
Rebecca Shapass “Eggless”
Julia Hechtman “ONLY US”
Robbie Samuels “Hip Hop Cafe”
Dana Sherwood “Feral Cakes”
Forest Juziuk “Briars: I’m not good looking but my mother gave me something”

Jun
30
Wed
Citi Field Carnival @ Citi Field
Jun 30 – Jul 4 all-day
Citi Field Carnival @ Citi Field | New York | United States

Enjoy holiday weekend fun for the whole family with LED-enhanced rides for all ages, midway games, deep-fried treats, sweets, and other favorite carnival eats.

Event admission is free. Ride tickets are $1.50 each, $30/20 tickets, or $60/50 tickets plus 1 free ride. (Rides take 2 or more tickets each.)

Carnival hours are 4-10 pm Wednesday – Friday and noon-10 pm Saturday – Sunday.

Event details are subject to change. Please check the website for updates before attending. Parent/guardian supervision is required for guests ages 17 and younger.

For more information, call 866-666-3247.

Jul
25
Sun
Manmosa: Drag King Brunch @ SingleCut Beersmiths
Jul 25 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Manmosa: Drag King Brunch @ SingleCut Beersmiths | New York | United States

Join The Cake Boys for their return to SingleCut for MANMOSA: NYC’s first all drag king brunch! Featuring Charles Mansion, Muscles Monty, Show Ponii, Richard, and Uncle Freak, these hunks are HUNGRY and ready for a drag brunch like no other. Shows are from 2 – 6 p.m. NO COVER!

Aug
29
Sun
The Kings of Disco – Drive-In Concert @ Bay Terrace Shopping Center
Aug 29 all-day
The Kings of Disco - Drive-In Concert @ Bay Terrace Shopping Center | New York | United States

The Kings of Disco, a musical group featuring original and longtime members of the Village People, will sing their well-known ‘70’s dance hits at the drive-in on Saturday, August 29, 7pm. With hits songs like YMCA, In The Navy, Macho Man, San Francisco, and Go West, in the late 1970’s the Village People became the most successful disco band of all time. Not only did their catchy tunes take audiences by storm, but their stage performances with stunning choreography and dazzling costumes have attained cult status today. With more than 65 million albums sold, the group now known as The Kings of Disco, have been winning the hearts of all those who love to party. No matter what they’re called, fans can still dance and sing along to classic hits of the ‘70’s and ‘80’s with guys who have toured the world for over 35 years performing as the Village People.
Single Occupancy Cars: $50, Full Occupancy Cars: $100
Location: The Bay Terrace Shopping Center, 212-45 26th Ave., Bayside, NY 11360

FOR TICKETS AND INFO: http://www.visitQPAC.org or call 718-631-6311.

Rain date: Sunday, August 30, 2021 at 7pm

Misfits Market Summer Tour @ Rockaway Beach
Aug 29 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Misfits Market Summer Tour @ Rockaway Beach | New York | United States

Who doesn’t love celebrating the summer season with a good time, tasty snacks, all while fighting hunger? Misfits Market – the nation’s fastest-growing online D2C grocer – is bringing increased access to fresh, affordable food for all by kicking off a multi-city pop-up mobile tour and stopping by Rockaway Beach!

On August 29th, Misfits Market will be popping-up at Rockaway Beach from 11am to 4pm . Attendees can expect to see fun selfie moments, cool swag, organic and upcycled snacks along the way and the chance to win free groceries for a year! Visitors who donate at least $1 to Feeding America via Misfits Market’s tour Venmo handle, can grab upcycled stroopwafel cookies from Belgian Boys and organic fruit ice pops from Goodpop. Misfits Market will also be donating $25,000 to Feeding America to kick off the tour!

Stay up-to-date on exact locations by following #MMSummerTour and @misfitsmarket on Twitter and Instagram!

Sep
18
Sat
Brunch with Braata @ The Cecil Steakhouse
Sep 18 all-day
Brunch with Braata @ The Cecil Steakhouse | New York | New York | United States

BRUNCH WITH BRAATA: A DANCE PARTY YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS!

RSVP ONLINE: https://www.braataproductions.org/brunchwithbraata

New York, United States August 16th, 2021: Braata Productions, a non-profit organization that brings Caribbean folk culture, music, theatre, and entertainment to the United States proudly announces its inaugural brunch fundraiser on Saturday, September 18th, 2021 from 12 PM – 4 PM EST. Come join Braata Productions, in person, and enjoy the exciting ambiance, music, dancing, and lively company at the legendary Cecil Steakhouse on 210 W 118th Street, New York, NY 10026 (Corner of St. Nicholas) Harlem.

With each admission to the event, participants will be able to enjoy three hours of unlimited mimosas and rum punch, and from the scrumptious Brunch menu a selection that the Cecil has become renowned for – Vegan options are available. Come join us in our festivities, grab a drink, and come party with our DJ and friends! Be sure to dress in your Color of the Caribbean: Summer Chic. All proceeds from this fundraiser benefit Braata Productions Arts and Education Programs for New York CIty schools, senior centers, and community engagement projects. Tickets are $100 inclusive of three hours unlimited mimosas and rum punch and a brunch entree.

Chair of Braata’s fundraising committee, Kia Jones says she felt this is a great addition to the already wonderful programming that Braata offers. “Part of the thrust of this incoming board has been to find new and innovative ways of raising funds for the organization while enticing a whole new crop of Braata supporters. These events represent a departure from the usual Braata fundraiser and so we hope to attract some new attention to our work while raising much needed funds for our programs.”

Through this first Braata Brunch, the organization hopes to bring together individuals of Caribbean American heritage along with individuals who are interested in opening up to new horizons to explore the Caribbean experience through music, dance, and celebration.

Join us for our first fundraising “Brunch with Braata” event: Cecil Steakhouse in Harlem 210 W 118th St (Corner of St. Nicholas) New York, NY 10026. To learn more about Brunch with Braata, visit www.braataproductions.org or follow Braata Productions on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Please see the flyer for more details.

ABOUT BRAATA PRODUCTIONS
Braata Productions is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving Caribbean and Caribbean-American artists an opportunity and platform through which they can showcase their works and talents. The company was founded in 2009 to bring Caribbean folk culture, music movement, stories, artists, and theatre to the United States. The vision is to create a world where the cultural and historical traditions of the Caribbean islands are woven into the beautiful tapestry of global arts used to teach and inspire new generations to always reach for more.

Braata Productions offers the highest quality theatrical and educational productions and programs to educate and entertain people worldwide.

For more information about the company, visit www.braataproductions.org.