How to celebrate a fantastic year? With an equally fantastic weekend! Queensboro Dance Festival has just completed its ninth summer tour, presenting more than 40 free events in more than 20 Queens neighborhoods. Now, QDF will celebrate with a three-show Grand Finale at Queens Theatre that features performances by 26 local troupes this weekend. Following
Pure water is the world’s first and foremost medicine, according to a Slovakian proverb. Join Guardians of Flushing Bay for Saturday at the Bay, a fun-filled afternoon of water sports and water-related land events, on Sept. 24, starting at noon. With a focal point at the public launch at One Marina Rd. on the northern
Eat, eat, eat, and eat. And then eat some more. Momo Crawl 2021 returns to Jackson Heights (aka Himalayan Heights) on Sunday, Sept. 18, from noon to 5 pm. As no surprise, momos are the main course during this 10th annual feastapalooza, but entertainment, cultural performances, and an awards ceremony are also on the menu.
September is National Honey Month, and sweet deals are popping up all over Queens! A themed fair in Rockaway, harvest celebration at Queens Botanical Garden, and presentation/tasting in Alley Pond Environmental Center are on tap. The eleventh annual NYC Honey Fest swarms the Rockaway Boardwalk on Saturday, Sept. 10, starting at 11 am. Spearheaded by
Nine bands. Three days. One sandy stage. Countless sun-drenched fans. The Rockaway Beach Surf Music Festival will take place from Friday, Aug. 26, to Sunday, Aug. 28. Attendance is free, and a wide variety of food and drinks will be for sale. All three daily sets start at 5 pm, and the concerts will take
Vrrrrooooooom! Culture Club LIC hosts the first ever Kulture Fest in Long Island City on Saturday, Aug. 20, at noon. Hosted by Rubber Culture, the nine-hour “chill fest” combines motorcycles, art, and music. Attendees will get to check out an amazing display of hogs competing to impress judges, along with three live bands, food vendors,