Learn tips and tricks from Chef Nupur Arora of Queens Curry Kitchen while she demonstrates a seasonal farmers market recipe. She will also have her cookbook on hand for purchase. Support local chefs and farmer’s markets and learn from a professional chef while you’re at it.
The Cunningham Park Farmers Market is open on Sundays from 9am to 2pm in the parking lot off Union Turnpike near the tennis courts.
Read more about Chef Nupur in her feature from our women’s issue: http://ediblequeens.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/nupur-arora-queens-curry-kitchen
Astoria Market’s holiday shopping event will be held on December 1, 8 and 15, 2019. So swing by Bohemian Hall’s main hall to snag that perfect handmade gift for your loved ones. At all 3 events, there will be a full house of fantastic vendors, where you’ll find art, jewelry, toys, chocolates, body care, handbags, clothing, stationery, scarves and hats, pottery, and more! Bohemian Hall will offer their scrumptious “Grandmas Kitchen” menu – which includes a variety of homemade soups, assorted platters, and homemade apple strudel. There will also be eggnog, chestnuts, hot apple cider, and other holiday favorites on the menu.
Dates: December 1, 8 and 15, 2019
Location: In the main Hall at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden
29-19 24th Ave, Astoria NY 11102
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2496511453763310/
Join us for Queens Gets Counted! an all day celebration and civic initiative to ensure Queens is accurately represented in the 2020 Census featuring live and pre-recorded performances in an online program from 12-2pm and tabling and giveaways at locations throughout the borough from 12-5pm. Spread the word, bring your friends, and get counted at the event to win cool giveaways! (details below)
Live Online Program
12pm – 2:30pm
Tune in for two hours of great local entertainment, while also learning why the US Census is so vital to Queens and New York and competing for online giveaways. Link coming soon!
12pm – 12:30pm: Family friendly programming including a magic show by Roque the Magician, juggling, and an animal show by Queens Zoo.
12:30pm – 1pm: Performances include local bands, all-women Afro-Brazilian percussion by Batalá NY, traditional dance, and cooking demos from Queens Night Market vendors.
1pm – 2pm: All Vinyl and Soul Brunch with DJ Ralph McDaniels.
2pm – 2:30pm: Performances by SungBeats and Grupo Rebolu
Borough-Wide Census Tabling – Meet Us On The Block!
12pm – 5pm
Queens Gets Counted! will have dozens of tables all over Queens where you can complete your census on the spot and take home awesome giveaways! Even if you’ve already taken the census, claim some swag by bringing a bunch of friends who haven’t taken the census.
Find us at any of these partner venues:
New York Hall of Science
MinKwon Center for Community Action
Flushing Town Hall
Queensboro Football Club
Corona Plaza via QEDC
Queens Community House
Queens Public Library
La Jornada via US Census Bureau (Flushing)
The United States Tennis Association (USTA)
Community Board 4
Office of Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz
Caribbean Equality Project
BlaQue Resource Network
Astoria Mutual Aid Network
FMCP – Soccer Fields
FMCP – David Dinkins Circle
FMCP – Meadow Lake East
Queens Center Mall
South Queens Women’s March
Chinese Christian Herald Crusades
Queens Borough President Sharon Lee
And more to come…
You’ll be able to find cool giveaways from donors including:
Madison Square Garden
Burlap & Barrel
Queens Night Market
Queens Public Library
EBBS Brewing & Fountain Beverage Company
Any more to come…
For questions or to get involved, contact email@example.com
Watch Live on YouTube.
Session I: 10/1/2020 @7pm performance
Session II: 10/8/2020 @7pm storytelling workshop
Session III: 10/15/2020 @7pm shadow theater workshop
Puppetry artist Spica Wobbe interviewed her mom and transformed the interview and her childhood memories into shadows. The image of a mother holding her daughter’s hand conveys how the previous generation took care of the next generation. Through shadow, light, music and storytelling, it also tells how her mom, a self-taught artist, Ms. Shia Zhaozhi, used her paintings to document her life stories growing up in Taipei, Taiwan. Participants will have a chance to create their own story and bring it to life with shadows puppetry. Follow the performance, there will be a storytelling workshop and a shadow theater workshop.
Ages 10 and up
No previous storytelling or shadow puppetry experience is necessary.
Extend the life of the items you are ready to part with and rent a table! Sell, buy and donate items in good working condition. This year in addition to being able to rent a table you can also enjoy:
> Learn how to compost
> Clothing, book, and e-waste recycling with Junkluggers
> Baked goods and coffee for sale
Table rentals are $25 for members/$35 for non-members. Children may also rent a half-table for $10 to sell their used items and handcrafted creations. If you don’t have enough items for a whole table but are ready to part with a few treasures, you can donate items in good working condition to a community table, where proceeds will benefit a local green organization.
1:00 pm: Intro to Composting Workshop – with a demo on outdoor composting and indoor composting aka vermicompost (worm bins).
Should be about 45min to an hour. All ages welcome.
We hope to see everyone there! Happy Spring!
Commonpoint Queens is excited to host our first Sunday Market on June 6 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. to build back local business and connect the community!
The Sunday Market will be held outside of the Commonpoint Queens Sam Field Center, 58-20 Little Neck Parkway in Little Neck.
Entry will be limited to ensure social distancing can be maintained. Pre-registration is required here to ensure entry, but walk-ins will be welcome if capacity permits.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor, visit commonpointqueens.org/market.
For more information, contact Daina Rieder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to reserve a table to get rid of old toys, appliances, clothes and other goods?
Tables can be reserved for $35 each
You can message us at facebook.com/queensreformed, @queensreformedchurch, or email: email@example.com
Location: On front lawn on the corner of Springfield Blvd. & Jamaica Ave.