Tell Every Amazing Lady® is holding its 12th Annual Brooklyn T.E.A.L.® Walk/Run 100% virtually on Saturday, September 12th, 2020, at 10:00am.
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. The annual event is held every September 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. Due to the ongoing situation caused by COVID-19, the Brooklyn T.E.A.L.® Walk/Run will be 100% virtual this year. Participants can register as virtual walkers or runners, and can join us from anywhere.
Register at www.tealwalk.org/brooklyn.
The cost to register is $20 to $40, depending on package choice.
– Registration options include swag like bib, digital goodie bag, t-shirt, medal, or buff.
– Registered participants will receive a special link to watch online that day.
For more information, those who are interested can call (917) 310-4835, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Singer, dancer, and actor Ben Vereen is an entertainment legend. From humble beginnings, he graduated from the High School of Performing Arts, made his theater debut at 18, and gained prominence for his performances in the original Broadway productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, for which he received a Tony Award nomination and Pippin for which he won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. His film credits include Funny Lady and All That Jazz and starred in numerous television programs including Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Nanny, Law & Order and is well known for the role of “Chicken” George Moore in Alex Haley’s landmark TV miniseries Roots for which he received an Emmy nomination. Music & live Q&A, Streaming, Donation Ticket.
Info and Donate Online: www.visitQPAC.org
Nearly two years ago, the UN International Panel on Climate Change issued a stunning report stating that we have 12 years or less to avert far more serious climate disruption. Already we are seeing catastrophic fires in Australia and California and extreme storms and droughts around the world.
Climate scientist Prof. Stephen Pekar will explain the science, the dramatic steps needed to address climate change fast enough, and steps all of us can take today as individuals. This virtual event is part of our Cultural Arts & Jewish Heritage Speaker Series.
Click here to register. For more information, please email KStrauss@CommonpointQueens.org.
A complete list of fall speakers will soon be available at https://www.commonpointqueens.org/program/cultural-arts-and-jewish-heritage-events/.
Long Island City Partnership’s Annual Real Estate Breakfast is the leading real estate event in Western Queens. For 14 years, we have brought together sold out crowds of leaders in real estate, finance, and the LIC community to discover current projects underway in LIC. For photos of last year’s event, please visit licqns.com/REB2019ALBUM.
After much thought and to ensure the safety of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to host this year’s event virtually rather than in-person. The event will be free to attend, with the opportunity to support LIC Partnership through an optional donation during registration. Our panel will highlight a mix of residential, commercial, retail and industrial projects, reflecting LIC’s unique blend of uses.
David Brause, President, BID Chair (Moderator)
Jordan Barowitz, Vice President of Public Affairs
The Durst Organization
Henry Goodfriend, Director, Global Real Estate Transactions
The Estee Lauder Companies, Inc.
ChiSum Ngai, Co-Founder
Coffee Project NY
Peter Papamichael, Principal
The Vorea Group
For questions, please contact our Director of Events, Carla Nicdao, at email@example.com
See the latest presentation in our lecture series on this 100th anniversary of the Wall Street Bombing on Sept. 16, 1920. View anytime on our YouTube channel.
Summer art classes hosted by Hunters Point Parks Conservancy and Donna Levinstone are going virtual!
All classes are FREE, but pre-registration is required. The classes will be hosted through Zoom and the link will be sent out to all registered participants in advance of the program.
REGISTER HERE – https://forms.gle/PfueHiov8iehSkoK8
All activities are meant for all ages, experience levels and backgrounds. Participants are encouraged to use/purchase an inexpensive watercolor set such as this one (https://www.michaels.com/watercolor-pan-set-fundamentals-by-artists-loft/10122060.html), but this is not a requirement. The art projects can be done with markers, crayons, pencils, or whatever else you already have around the house.
This program is currently scheduled to take place every other Wednesday evening from July 22 through September 16, from 6:30 – 7:45pm. Dates: 7/22, 8/5, 8/19, 9/2, 9/16
Links will be sent one hour before class – if you register less than one hour before class you will not have access to that week’s class and will receive the link the next week.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Learn more about local artist and art teacher Donna Levinstone at www.donnalevinstone.com or @donnalevinstoneart – Donna has hosted our free ‘Watercolors on the Waterfront’ paint nights in Hunters Point South Park for many years in a row.
Latin American Rhythms Night, September 16th at 7pm on FTH FB Live. FTH celebrates NYC’s vibrant Brazilian, Mexican, and Argentinian music scene with a diverse line-up of artists. Hosted and curated by Martin Vejarano (director of La Cumbiamba NY, NYC Gaita Club, and Cumbia River Band), this evening will feature a mix of live and pre-recorded music from NY’s Latinx musicians, as well as stories and interviews in “Spanglish”.
Every year on the third Thursday of September from 6 PM to 7 PM Maple Grove Cemetery invites those who have lost loved ones to come to the cemetery to celebrate those we have lost with readings, music, and reflection. Due to the global pandemic, this year the Annual Day of Remembrance will be held virtually and we invite you to join us on Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6 PM. Click on this link now for a preview:
To view the event on Thurs. Sept 17 at 6 PM Go to our YouTube Channel:
We’ve invited some of our favorite storytellers from our Queens Storytellers Online series to share some of their longer format storytelling solo shows: their words, their ideas, their stories, in their voice.
These performances will be LIVE – and will NOT be saved for the replay! Don’t miss it!
NAZIS AND ME
Written and Performed by David Lawson
Hate groups have always been a part of David Lawson’s life, from being a child fearful of a Nazi march, witnessing vandalism and bomb threats at the Jewish Community Center. Nazis and Me is David Lawson’s one-man show about confronting hate set in a time where hateful Americans feel a strong sense of comfort: Right now.
Join us for a night of friends and fun as we help your child perfect their cartwheel. This 1.25-hour skill clinic is great for any gymnast from beginner to advanced. Our certified gymnastics coaches will work on shaping, fundamentals, and break the cartwheel down into easy to understand parts. Every student will leave with an improved cartwheel no matter their level. For kiddos 5 -12 years old. To ensure safety and proper social distancing clinics are limited to 15 students.
Learn more about our health and safety procedures at https://www.industrygymnastics.com/check-the-facts.