Jun 14 – Jun 20 all-day
12:00 am
Long Island City Partnership’s signature community celebration returns for its 8th annual year—but with a twist! This year LIC Springs to Summer! will be a series of events, promotions, and performances throughout Long Island City from your favorite LIC businesses, organizations, and cultural institutions beginning Monday, June 14th and going through Sunday, June 20th. As
Long Island City
7:00 pm
Join Jewish National Fund-USA as we confront, reflect upon, and learn about the egregious ethical violations of physicians and the medical establishment in Germany and Austria during the Third Reich. While atrocities committed during the infamous medical experiments are well-known, learning more about these crimes against humanity during the Holocaust has been described as a
Zoom
3:30 pm
Join Latimer House for a unique multigenerational Juneteenth program led by artist Tasha Dougé! Lewis Latimer’s invention of the carbon filament will serve as a metaphor and a tool to illuminate the contributions of African Americans in the pursuit of liberation. Participants will use symbols and iconography to create paper cutouts exploring themes of freedom
Lewis Latimer House Museum
Jun 19 all-day
12:00 am
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
Roy Wilkins Park
7:00 pm
Join Jewish National Fund-USA IsraelCast host Steven Shalowitz and author Noa Tishby for a live Q&A session about her book, Israel: A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth. While many seem to have opinions about Israel, few know all the facts. Noa Tishby fills in the information gap by offering a fresh,
12:00 am
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
Windmill Community Garden
12:00 am
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
Queens Theatre At Home