4:45 pm
Now is not the time to stop describing our world. Now is not the time to stop the conversation. Please join us for Freedom of Expression at the historic Zukor Theater for 5 brave films that tackle daring topics and celebrate human rights.
Zukor Theater
12:00 am
Central Astoria LDC is proud to bring you the 5th Annual Celebrate Astoria! International Cultural Fest. Travel the World in one Day from Korea to Mexico!! Come join us for this FREE event, as we come together to celebrate all the different cultures from around world in music and dance. Sunday, April 14, 2019 From
Steinway Street (Between Broadway & 31st Avenue) Astoria, NY 11103
12:00 pm
The Central Astoria LDC along with Council Member Costa Constantinides are proud to present the 5th Annual Celebrate Astoria! International Cultural Fest!!! Come join us for this free event and travel the world in a single day as we come together to celebrate different cultures from around the world through music and dance. Sunday, April
Street Fair on Steinway Street
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
10:00 am
What is all this Global Warming & Climate Change talk about? We break it down at the Green Earth Expo with workshops, lectures, giveaways and more. All are welcome.
PS 52
May 11 all-day
12:00 am
On Saturday, May 11th, LIC Partnership hosts its 6th Annual LIC Springs! community block festival on Vernon Boulevard between 50th and 46th Ave. Celebrate Long Island City and enjoy live music, dance and theater performances plus interactive lessons, art & sculpture-making, fitness classes, outdoor dining, pop-up activities, sports games and more. Free and open to
Vernon Boulevard
May 15 @ 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm
6:30 pm
RAW returns to the Melrose Ballroom to spotlight independent talent in visual art, film, fashion & accessories design, music, performance art, beauty, crafts, tech, and photography. RAW is a fun and alternative way for creatives to showcase both to their local community and the world at large. We are not your average art show. We
Melrose Ballroom
May 18 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm
EAT. DRINK. UNITE. Welcome, all people, all ages, all backgrounds, all New Yorkers and beyond! Join us in celebrating NYC’s diversity through cuisine at the 2nd Annual World’s Fare at Citi Field! We aim to honor the legacy of the 1964 World’s Fair by bringing everyone together around what makes us unique…advocating equality & diversity
Citi Field
May 19 @ 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm
EAT. DRINK. UNITE. Welcome, all people, all ages, all backgrounds, all New Yorkers and beyond! Join us in celebrating NYC’s diversity through cuisine at the 2nd Annual World’s Fare at Citi Field! We aim to honor the legacy of the 1964 World’s Fair by bringing everyone together around what makes us unique…advocating equality & diversity
Citi Field
May 19 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2:00 pm
Indulge in tastes from 35 of Bayside’s best restaurants for under $1 per restaurant! The second Bell Blvd Food and Music Fest restaurant stroll will take place on Bell Blvd between 38th and 43rd Aves as well as on 41st Ave. The diverse cuisine options include American, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, French, Spanish, Irish, Greek, Indian,
Bell Blvd between 38th and 43rd Ave as well as on 41 st Ave
12:00 pm
Kick off summer Sunnyside-style at the Memorial Day Fair at Sunnyside Gardens Park. From our flag-raising ceremony at noon to our full schedule of locally sourced entertainment, action packed rides and games, and variety of refreshments, there will be something for everyone at this festive event. Our emcee will be on the main stage directing
Sunnyside Gardens Park
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
10:00 am
Come to our Astoria Career Fair at Saint Margaret Mary’s (9-18 27th Avenue) where we have job opportunities in security, culinary service training, law enforcement, airport careers, home care, health care and many more in companies such as NYC Department of Corrections, White Glove Home Care, Watchguard 24/7, Council of Airport Opportunities and the MTA.
Saint Maraget Mary Church
Jun 2 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
12:00 pm
An Official World Pride Event. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Go to www.queenspride.org to register for the parade march. Parade: 37th Avenue from 89th Street to 75th Street. Kick-off at 12 noon. Reviewing stand at 37th Avenue between 79th and 80th Streets. Festival: 75th Street and 37th Road. Queens Pride and Club Evolution stages provide entertainment throughout
Along 37th Avenue
Jun 5 – Jun 9 all-day
12:00 am
Central Astoria Local Development Coalition proudly presents The 2019 Astoria Park Carnival from June 5th to June 9th in the Astoria Park Parking Lot. There will be plenty of fun!
Astoria Park Parking Lot
12:00 am
With the sun out and the weather turning up, get out onto the streets with your friends and family and kick it with the Court Square Civic Association’s first annual Summer Block Party! Everyone is welcome on Crescent Street, where we will have live entertainment and musical performances, kid-friendly games, activities and crafts all day
M. Wells Steakhouse
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
10:00 am
Join us for a day of FREE family fun! Bounce Houses • Games Photo Booth • Face Painting Learn about our PreK 3 – Grade 8 Academic Programs & more! Food & beverages available for purchase Join us for this day of family summer fun! Sunday, June 23, 2019 10 AM – 3 PM In
Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy
12:00 am
Join self-proclaimed spelling bee fanatics Liz Simons and Kambri Crews for the monthly QED Adult Spelling Bee! Compete to be named the June 2019 spelling champ and win a cash prize* and a 30-day VIP pass to QED & more! *Cash prize will be based on number of entries to compete. Sponsorship and prizes by
QED
Jun 28 – Jun 30 all-day
12:00 am
Come join King Manor for our fourth annual Traditions Festival! It’s a weekend full of food, music, art, and crafts in Jamaica, Queens from the 18th century to modern times, bringing the past and present together for a celebration of traditions all over the world! Fun for families and people of all ages with hands-on
King Manor Museum
Jun 29 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
12:00 pm
4th Annual Smells Like Summer Music Festival Presented by Loss4Words Productions features the best Bands and Musicians in the NYC area performing in celebration of Summer. Scheduled Performers include, IROC, Harmonic Asylum, Damaged Goods, Pipe, Midnight Jack, AyOh, Ivan Polanco, Marz Covers, Unglued, Lyxx and James Avatar & the Blacklist. Free Concert Open to Public,
Forest Park Band Shell
10:00 am
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
Down to Earth Cunningham Park Farmers Market
12:00 am
In this dream collaboration, two of American music’s brightest and most adventurous modern minds, Tyshawn Sorey and Jason Moran, collaborate to pay tribute to Milford Graves and kick off the inaugural season for the Jamaica Downtown Jazz Festival.
Jamaica Arts Center
12:00 am
Born in Brooklyn, raised in Jamaica, Queens, jazz musician Keith Jordan writes, produces and perform music in the tri-state area. He also teaches music at Francis Lewis High School in Queens.
Queens Central Library
12:00 am
MILFORD GRAVES FULL MANTIS is a portrait of renowned percussionist Milford Graves, exploring his kaleidoscopic creativity and relentless curiosity.
Jamaica Arts Center
12:00 am
Acclaimed by Downbeat Magazine as a “rising star” singer with “soulful inflection and remarkable, Fitzgerald-esque scat prowess” and hailed by All About Jazz as a “first class saxophonist that blows the proverbial roof of the place”, Camille Thurman has been amazing audiences throughout the world with her impeccable sound, remarkable vocal virtuosity and captivating artistry.
Jamaica Arts Center Gallery
12:00 am
Giveton has received mentoring from some of the world’s greatest jazz musicians including Wynton Marsalis, Nicholas Payton, Eddie Henderson, Barry Harris, Jason Moran, Ralph Peterson, Roy Hargrove and much more. Giveton continues to excel in his musical growth. He now attends the Oberlin Conservatory of Music on a full scholarship.
Jamaica Arts Center theater
Jul 13 all-day
12:00 am
A guided walking tour will be available for participants to learn about all the great jazz history from the “home of jazz”. The 1.5 hour van tour will lay it all out for you—from the Great Migration out of the South after World War I and the spread of jazz from New Orleans; to how
Pick up and drop off @ Jamaica Arts Center
12:00 am
Hailed by The New York Times as a “superbly skilled vocalist” and an artist of “effervescence, depth,” and “integrity” (Nate Chinen), she headlines at top venues across the U.S. and abroad, captivating audiences with her genuine warmth and musicality. Shank combines jazz originals, standards, world music, French songs, folk/pop tunes, and open improvisation in an
Jamaica Performing Arts Center front lawn
12:00 am
Much sought after as a musician in the worlds of Broadway, Soul and Jazz, Napoleon Ravels-Bey has done percussion on the Broadway productions of Jelly’s Last Jam, West Side Story, Bubblin’ Brown Sugar, Dancin’, Ain’t Mis’Behavin, and Eubie. His world-class achievements have brought him to jazz festivals in Europe and Japan.
King Manor Museum
12:00 am
Secret Mall was formed in the summer of 2016 by four young New York based musicians looking to combine their musical upbringing in jazz with their similar senses of humor and fascination with internet culture. The strong camaraderie present in Secret Mall allows the music to flow into many different places, making each presentation the
Jamaica Performing Arts Center front lawn
12:00 am
New York based pianist Simona Premazzi has developed an impressive body of work as a composer and bandleader. Originally from Italy, Premazzi hails from a small town in the outskirts of Milano, where she began playing piano at age 8. A gifted musician, Simona is a graduate of the conservatory of music in Udine. She
Jamaica Arts Center gallery
12:00 am
A never seen before concert documentary film directed by Sydney Pollack and later realized by producer Alan Elliott, features Aretha Franklin recording her 1972 live album of the same name.
Jamaica Performing Arts Center