12:00 am
While our doors are temporarily closed in accordance with COVID-19 social distancing measures, Flushing Town Hall shares our renowned, global arts programming online. Flushing Town Hall’s master Teaching Artists offer free, online classes in our second series of “FTH at HOME: Global Arts for Global Kids.” Each day school students and families will enjoy arts
Flushing Town Hall at Home
Nov 7 – Nov 8 all-day
12:00 am
Celebrate American Indian Culture through music and dance! Autumn Dance Celebration showcases over twenty different Native American dances over two days outdoors in front of a socially distanced audience. Eight Indian Nations will be represented including Hopi, Winnebago, Lenape, Choctaw, Mayan, Seneca, Santo Domingo and Chickahomin. This event also features a market of authentic Native
Queens County Farm Museum
7:00 pm
Diwali Festival SAT, NOV 7, 7 PM EST STREAMING ON ZOOM On Saturday, November 7, Flushing Town Hall will celebrate the Festival of Lights with its sixth annual Diwali Festival–reimagined as a FREE virtual event. Our virtual celebration mixes live and pre-recorded content and opens with footage of a home traditionally decorated for Diwali and
Flushing Town Hall at Home
3:30 pm
In this animation workshop, participants will design and produce short films. This class will teach students skills in technology and artistic expression. Students will learn basic stop motion techniques: storyboarding, frame rate, angles, artistic design. This course is a great outlet for students to express themselves creatively while learning technology skills. A tablet device and
Lewis Latimer House Museum
7:30 pm
At QCBC’s next meeting, Ardith Bondi will present “ A Tale of Many Penguins: Finding Them, Photographing Them, and Comparing Them”. Penguins are definitely not one size fits all. Although they mostly live in the Southern Hemisphere and none of them can fly, they exist in varied habitats on diverse continents and have distinct lifestyles
Virtual event
Nov 19 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3:30 pm
Have you ever wondered how and when fingerprints are formed? Did you know that even twins don’t have the same fingerprints? Forensic Scientist and STEM Educator, Tamykah Anthony, will be teaching all about fingerprints. Learn about the three kinds of fingerprints and examine your own and your family’s to see if you share similar prints.
Lewis Latimer House Museum
Dec 3 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3:30 pm
Participants will build amazing structures and explore engineering techniques using simple supplies. By examining the objects around us in our homes and neighborhoods, we will simplify them into geometric shapes to build with. As a group, we will discuss the components of our neighborhoods and communities. Participants will be presented with a design challenge and
Lewis Latimer House Museum
4:00 pm
Health & Wellness Fair. All aspects of health and wellness are welcome. Open to Seniors and adult children of seniors.Our health fair is an educational and interactive event that provides preventive methods, medical screenings to people in the community, and healthcare/insurance information. We will have a variety of vendors including Fidelis, Empire BlueShield, Affinity Health
Parsons Community School