Community Meetings Aug. 9th, Wednesday,
Aug. 9th, Wednesday,
7 p.m., rally to support city police and at 7:30 p.m., public hearing and board meeting, Community Board 5, Monsignor Sherman Knights of Columbus Hall, 79-03 Myrtle Ave., Glendale; 366-1834.
Borough Of Queens
Talent Showcase, Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc., Wednesday evenings in August, 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more information; 204-2444.
Pomonok Neighborhood Center, Inc. Crime Victim Assistance Unit, 67-09 Kissena Blvd., Flushing; 591-6060.
SelfHelp Alzheimer’s Resource Program (SHARP) caregiver support group meetings, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 208-11 26th Ave., Bayside; 631-1886.
Now to Aug. 26th, Forest Hills Community House-Beacon Program at J.H.S. 190 summer camp for children ages six to 11, and on July 12th Open House from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. For information and directions, call 830-5233.
Aug. 3rd, Adult Recruitment Days, Queensborough Community College ; 631-6236.
Aug. 5th, Party boat ride and dance, Tall Club of Long Island, call (516) 616-3320.
Aug. 5th and 19th, Italian Charities of America dances, 83-20 Queens Blvd., Elmhurst, call 478-3100.
Aug. 5th and 19th, Sept. 9th and 16th, Oct. 7th and 21st, Nov. 4th and 18th and Dec. 2nd and 16th, St. John’s Queens Hospital New Mom Breakfast Club, 10 to 11:30 a.m., call 558-1198.
Aug. 6th, 10th Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act Torch Relay, 1 to 4 p.m., Playground for All Children, Flushing Meadow-Corona Park, 111-01 Corona Ave., call 658-8956 to become a torchbearer.
Aug. 12th and 13th, Saturday and Sunday, Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival In New York dragon boat racing, call 539-8974.
Things To Do–Places To Go
Arts & Entertainment
American Museum of the Moving Image
Aug. 5th, "Marty" and "12 Angry Men"; Aug. 6th, "Rear Window" and "The Wrong Man"; Aug. 12th, "Written On The Wind" and "All That Heaven Allows"; Aug. 13th, "The Defiant Ones" and "Odds Against Tomorrow"; Aug. 19th, "My Son John," "Point Of Order," and "Les Bonnes Femmes"; Aug. 20th, "Blackboard Jungle," "High School Confidential!" and "Les Bonne Femmes"; Aug. 26th, "The Man With The Golden Arm," "Anatomy Of A Murder,"and "Rashomon"; Aug. 27th "A Face In The Crowd," "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" "The ‘Checkers’ Speech" and "Rashomon".
For information, call 784-0077.
Astoria Jazz Band/Astoria Big Band
Aug. 7th, Hana Dolgin Trio at Athens Square Park and Aug. 30th, Carol Sudhalter Quintet, noon at Court Square Park.
"JAZZ MONDAYS," continues all summer long, 7:30 p.m., Athens Square Park.
Call Carol Sudhalter, producer, at 278-5331.
Astoria Park Summer 2000 Film Program
Aug. 7th, "Mr. Hulot’s Holiday"; Aug. 14th, "Alexander Baxter" and "Corduroy"; Aug. 21st, "Clarence and Angel"; Aug. 28th, "Niko, Boy of Greece."
Screenings begin at approximately 8:30 p.m or as soon as it is dusk, call 726-7329 for information.
Central Astoria Local Development Coalition
Aug. 3rd, Broadway review; Aug. 10th, Brooklyn Keys; Aug. 11th, Dutch Kills Family Night: Extasy; Aug. 17th, Company "G"; Aug. 24th, Southbound.
For information, call 728-7820.
Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts/Flushing Town Hall
Call 463-7700 for times, tickets and information. New York Hall of Science
For information, call 699-0005 or visit the web site at www.nyhallsci.org.
P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
Now to Aug. 11th Art Camp for three- to 12-year-old children, call 784-2084.
Now to Aug. 3rd, Monday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. String and Orchestra camp music program and at 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Summer Jazz camp music program. .
Call 997-5590 for information.
Queens Museum of Art
Aug. 3rd, First Thursday, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Aug. 6th, South American Serenade III; Aug. 13th, Pied Piper Project No. 3; Aug. 19th, Bilingual children’s theater; Aug. 20th, Pied Piper Project No. 4; Aug. 21st, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre. See page 35
For information and tickets, call 592-9700.
Queens Theater In The Park
Now to Aug. 13th, Fourth Annual AT&T Latino Cultural Festival 2000; Aug. 3rd, "When The Mountains Tremble;" Aug. 4th, Cuc "El Brujo" Valoy; Aug.8th, Las Hermanas Naranjo Vargas; Aug. 9th, La Internacional Sonora Santanera and Aug. 10th, "Who The Hell Is Juliette?" and "Cuba"; Aug. 11th, Mata Rica and Chacao; Aug. 12th, Andes Manta and Eddie Palmieri and Aug. 13th, Ralph Irizarry and Timbalaye.
Call 760-0064 for information regarding time and charges.
Queens Symphony Orchestra
Aug. 6th, Italian Night and Melinda Katz, Seuffert Bandshell, Forest Park; Aug. 13th, Dragon Boat Festival, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and Sept. 16th, Sizzlin’ Latin Saturday Night, Astoria Park, 23rd Avenue near Shore Boulevard.
Call 786-8880 for information.
Socrates Sculpture Park
Aug. 9th, "The Story of Qui Ju," docu-drama; Aug. 16th, "La Vida es Silbar," trilogy.
Call, 956-1819 for more information.
Thalia Spanish Theatre
Now to Aug. 6th "Ballet Fiesta Mexicana."
For reservations and information, call 729-3880.
Aug. 25th, Bryant H.S. classes of the 60’s, The Swan Club, Roslyn, Long Island, call (210) 680-4816 or E-mail IRISHLASS317@dellnet.com.
September 2000, St. Christopher’s Elementary School is celebrating their 75th Anniversary. Alumni should call (516) 223-4404.
Sept. 23, Francis Lewis H.S. 40th Anniversary Celebration, 6:30 p.m., auditorium, 58-20 Utopia Pkwy., Fresh Meadows.
Spring 2001, St. Thomas Apostle graduates from 1970 to 1990, contact Mary Ann DeTullio Margolis, class of 1972 at 296-0180 evenings/weekends.
St. Michael’s School of Flushing is searching for alumni for its150th anniversary in 2001. To get on the mailing list, send your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and year of attendance/graduation to: St. Michael’s School, 136-58 41st Ave., Flushing, NY, 11355.
Aug. 14th, Monsignor McClancy H.S. summer basketball camp, boys age seven to 15. For more information and registration, call 898-3800.
Aug. 3rd, Glass Painting; Aug. 8th, Decorative Boxes; Aug. 9th, Paper Mosaic Lampshades; Aug. 10th, Design A City Block; Aug. 15th, Milk Carton Buildings; Aug. 16th, Dioramas; Aug. 17th, Watercolors; Aug. 22nd, Watercolor Workshop; Aug. 23rd, Assemblages and Aug. 24th, Stabiles, Queens Museum of Art Art-On-Site 2000 Series No. 2 summer art classes and workshops for children ages eight and up, 1:30 to 3 p.m., call 592-9700, to register for a class or workshop.
Aug. 12th, Kids’ Fishing Contest, Baisley Pond Park, 1 p.m., meet at Baisley Boulevard and 155th Street.
Now to Aug. 11th Art Camp for three- to 12-year-old children, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, call 784-2084.
Now to Aug. 26th, Living On The Edge and Summer Science for Kids, Queens Library Gallery, 89-11 Merrick Blvd., Jamaica, 990-8665.
"You’ve Gotta Have Park"
For information on events at any of the New York City Dept. of Parks & Recreation facilities, call (888) NY-PARKS.
Now to Aug. 19th, soccer league, 5 to 8 p.m., boys and girls ages nine to 14 register at Flushing Meadow-Corona Park, boys and girls ages 15 to 19 register at Riverside Park in Manhattan. For more information or to register, call (212) 360-8211 or go to our website at www.nycparks.org.
Alley Pond Environmental Center
Kids Programs: July and August; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday; Wee Sprouts, Toddler Time, Fledglings, Summer Bunnies, Summer Nature Kids, APEC Explorers, Conservation Kids.
Adult Programs: July and August; Wednesdays and Saturdays; Watercolor Workshop, Azmuth to Zenith, Birds of Prey, It’s Veedor and He’s Coming to APEC Sounds Great and All Hands On Deck.
Aug. 20th, Forest Foray extended hike with the Park Rangers, 11 a.m., meet at the Woodland Nature Center.
Call APEC for registration and information, 229-4000. It’s a good thing!
Aug. 15th, Workman’s Circle; Aug. 22nd, Joel Sharabi; Aug. 29th, Sol Zim.
The park is located at Francis Lewis Boulevard, Fresh Meadows.
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park
Aug. 5th, Willie Nelson concert, Unisphere, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. For information, call 760-6565 and Aug. 20th, Pedal Through History, bring your own bicycle, 11 a.m., meet at the Unisphere.
Aug. 5th, New York Metro Country Music Association free concert, Seuffert Bandshell; Aug. 9th, 16th, 23rd, free children’s show, Seuffert Bandshell; Aug. 15th to Sept. 6th, Larry Carr Carnival, Victory Field; Aug. 17th, Blood, Sweat and Tears Concert, Seuffert Bandshell and Aug. 27th, Nature Fun From A to Z, alphabetical journey through nature, 1 p.m., meet the Park Rangers at Buddy Monument, Myrtle Avenue and Park Lane South.
New York Hall of Science
Now to Sept. 17th, Reptiles, Real and Robotic, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, 699-0005.
Queens Botanical Garden
Summer talks: Aug. 19th, The Full-Grown Garden; Aug. 26th, Natural Lawn Care; Sept. 10th, A Fondness For Fall—Plants to Grow for Autumn Berries and Foliage; adult education classes, special events and concerts.
Aug. 20th, Rhythms Around the World, 4 p.m.
For more information, call 886-3800.
Greater Ridgewood Historical Society
Aug. 5th, Aug.12th, and Aug. 26th, self-guided tours of the Onderdonk House; Aug. 19th, Queens genealogy workshop meeting.
Now to Aug. 8th, Cultural Collaborative Jamaica (CCJ), 10:30 a.m., King Park Lawn, and July 21st and 28th, CCJ Arts & Music Summer Festival (JAMS), 6:30 p.m., King Park Gazebo, Jamaica Avenue at 153rd Street, 206-0545.
It’s Fun To Be At The ‘Y’
Central Queens YM & YWHA. Aug. 8th, America’s Earliest Jewish Physicians, Stock Market Advice and Jewish Artists in Paris; Aug. 9th, Crime Prevention; Aug. 10th, Triumph of the Spirit; Aug. 11th, Sing Along.
Flushing YMCA, 961-6880. Early Childhood Center, ages two and a half to six, contact Judy Novara, ext. 128.
Long Island City YMCA, 392-7932. Summer Youth Baseball League during August, call Glenn O’Brien, ext. 239.
Aug. 3rd, Recruitment days at Queensborough Community College, noon to 8 p.m., 56th Avenue and Springfield Boulevard; 631-6327.
Atonement Lutheran Church is seeking an afterschool director for the fall Afterschool Program, four years of teaching experience is required. For information, or to apply, call the church office at 639-6074.
Volunteer Rape and Domestic Violence emergency room advocates needed to be on call once a month to support victims of rape and violence in hospital emergency rooms throughout Manhattan and Queens. Contact the Mount Sinai Medical Center at (212) 423-2140; the next training session starts soon.
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