2:00 pm
Bayside Historical Society will hold its 19th Annual Winter Art Show at its home in the landmarked Castle in Fort Totten Park, January 12-26, 2020. The show will feature work produced by Queens-based artists, primarily from northeast Queens. Attendees can expect to find a variety of artistic styles and mediums, including representational painting, abstract painting,
Bayside Historical Society
11:30 am
Sat. 1/25/20 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service – A Community Conversation sponsored by Humanities NY. Join us to read a historic article provided by Humanities NY followed by a short discussion. 11:30 AM to 1 PM at the Victorian Admin Building. Dedicated to sociologist, economist, statistician, legal scholar, author and social activist for
Victorian Admin Building at Maple Grove Cemetery
Feb 1 all-day
12:00 am
King Jr. Following the bombing of Malcolm X’s home Malcolm and Martin meet in a room inside the historic Theresa Hotel. This riveting play deals with issues that are still relevant today: war, poverty, racism, and the need for Black self-empowerment. They were two men with different ideologies, but a common understanding of the plight
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
7:30 pm
Stephen R. Barney, Jr. is a retired Director, Information Technology for New York City; computer scientist, musician, and author. An episode of the Oprah Winfrey show about genealogy first inspired his journey to discover more about his family. His efforts resulted in tracing his family in Queens back to the late 1700s. Bayside Historical Society
Bayside Historical Society
2:30 pm
“‘People who believe a problem can be solved tend to get busy solving it,’ William Raspberry wrote in the Washington Post in July 1994. ‘Hugh B. Price is a believer.’ This comment on Price’s inaugural keynote address as head of the National Urban League Proved prescient. Over his tenure, Price launched the League’s Campaign for
Lewis Latimer House Museum