Calendar of Events
Most meetings will resume in September.
Community School Boards
July 8, Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14, Nov. 11, Dec. 9, 8:30 p.m., District 30 calendar meeting, call for location and confirmation 718-777-4680.
July 7, 8 p.m., Tall Club of Long Island; Bertucci’s, Melville, Long Island; 516-616-3320.
Items of Community Interest
July 9, NYCDOT Truck Route Management and Community Impact Reduction Study; Queens Borough Hall Community Room, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens; 212-944-2000 ext. 6168.
July 9, NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development "Owner’s Night," P.S. 150 Auditorium, 40-01 43rd Ave., Sunnyside; 212-863-6571.
July 9, Forest Hills Senior Center visiting nurse service "Coping with the Hot Weather" 718-699-1010.
July 10, Neighborhood Housing Services of Northern Queens "First Time Home Club," 60-20 Woodside Ave., 2nd Floor, Woodside; 718-457-1017.
July 14, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center blood drive, 374 Stockholm St., Brooklyn; 718-963-7108.
July 16, NAMI Queens/Nassau "Mental Health Issues in the Asian–American Community," Hillside Hospital Sloman Auditorium, 76th Avenue and 265th Street, Glen Oaks; 718-347-7284.
LaGuardia Community College: July 7, Conversational Spanish for Beginners; Network Cabling Specialist Certificate; July 8, Computerized Bookkeeping; Visual Basic Programming; Real Estate Program; July 9, Computer Maintenance; Web Page Design Certificate; Intro Telecommunications; July 10, Web Page Design; Business course For Artists; July 12, Auto Repair for Beginners; Microsoft Office Applications; PowerPoint Presentations; July 16, Computer Graphics; July 21, How to Become a Notary Public; Aug. 2, Microsoft Access, 31-10 Thomson Ave., Long Island City; 718-482-7244.
Queensborough Community College: July 8, information evening for prospective students; To July 31, summer day camp open house; year ‘round, Holocaust Resource Center and Archives exhibit; Campus Quadrangle ; 718-631-6044.
Arts & Entertainment
July 3, Woodside on the Move summer concerts in the parks, Goliard Brass Ensemble at St. Sebastian School Yard; July 10, Phil Costa & Something Special Orchestra, Sunnyside Gardens Park; July 17, Astoria Performing Arts Center, St. Sebastian’s; July 24, Screaming Orphans, Windmuller Park; July 31, "They’re Playing Our Song," Windmuller Park; Aug. 7, Brooklyn Keys, Sunnyside Gardens Park; 718-476-8449.
July 6, 13, 20, Italian Charities of America Sunday dances with instruction; July 12, 26, Saturday dances, 83-20 Queens Blvd., Elmhurst: 718-478-3100.
July 13, "Cypreco" of America, "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles; Bohemian Hall, Astoria; July 14, Steinway Library, Astoria; July 26, Flushing Library, Flushing; Aug. 2, Forest Hills Library, Forest Hills; 718-626-7896.
July 18, Brooklyn Queens Conservatory of Music Cady Finlayson Spirited Irish Fiddle "Passport to Music" series, 42-76 Main St., Flushing; 718-461-8910.
To July 19, AQA Gallery"Arts4all" exhibition; 99-10 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Hills; 718-520-9842.
July 26, Bella Italia Mia "The Senior Quartet"; Christ the King H.S., 68-02 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village; 718-426-1240
July 12, Family Day Workshops; July 16, Music & Film at Socrates Sculpture Park; July 19, Haitian Dance Class-Part 1; July 26, Celebrate Brooklyn at Prospect Park; Aug. 2, Haitian Dance Class-Part II; Aug. 9, Museum Concert; Aug. 17, Harlem Day Outdoor Concert; Aug. 29, Rooftop Concert at Brooklyn Children’s Museum; 718-784-7700.
American Museum of the Moving Image
July 4, No Evening Film Screening; July 5, Gumshoe, My Beautiful Laundrette,Diary Of A Chambermaid; July 6, Bloody Kids, My Beautiful Laundrette, Diary Of A Chambermaid; July 9, The Bicycle Thief; July 11, Inheritance; July 12, Sammy And Rosie Get Laid, Prick Up Your Ears, Fellini’s Casanova; July 13, Bloody Kids, Sammy And Rosie Get Laid, Fellini’s Casanova; July 14, Dirty Pretty Things, July 16, Faat-Kiné; July 18, Contempt; July 19, Napoleon, Contempt; July 20, The Robe, Eyes Wide Shut: The Evolution Of Widescreen Cinema, Rebel Without A Cause, Contempt; July 23, Two Summers; July 25, Shaolin Soccer; July 26, Eyes Wide Shut: The Evolution Of Widescreen Cinema, Forbidden Planet, Eyes Wide Shut: The Evolution Of Widescreen Cinema, Forty Guns, High And Low; July 27, Eyes Wide Shut: The Evolution Of Widescreen Cinema, Tarnished Angels, Eyes Wide Shut: The Evolution Of Widescreen Cinema, The Sun’s Burial, High And Low; July 30, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (At Socrates Sculpture Park); Jeremy Blake: Moving Images: to July 6, 1906; July 9-13, Winchester; July 16-20, Chemical Sundown; July 23, 25, 27, Station to Station #1: Robert Moses Terminal; July 24, 26, Station to Station #5: Indiglo Heights; July 30-Aug 3., Angel Dust; Aug. 6-10, Liquid Villa; Aug. 13-17, Bungalow 8 #1-3: Facade, Black Swan, Hotel Safe; Aug. 20-24, Guccinam; Aug. 27-31, Angel Dust; Sept. 3-7, Berkshire Fangs; Sept. 10-14, Chemical Sundown; Sept 17-21, Winchester; Sept. 24-28, 1906; through Oct. 26, DARE interactive installation; 718-784-0077.
Flushing Town Hall
July 14-Oct. 12, 100 Years of Korean Immigration; July 18, "Oh, The Times They Are A-Changing"; Aug. 1, La Créme Latina’ Aug. 15, Jambalaya!; Aug. 29, Hot Spices!
Isamu Noguchi Museum
To Aug. 5, free, afternoon art program for teens, Thursdays only; to Oct. 4., free, art for families, Saturdays only; Noguchi Education Department, 36-01 43rd Ave., Long Island City, 718-204-7088, ext. 203.
July to Nov. 3, Ansel Adams at 100; to Sept. 29, Max Beckmann exhibit, 33rd Street at Queen Boulevard; 212-708-9431.
Queens Museum of Art
July 6, Peruvian Festival; to July 19, Harumi Ori: I Was Here; July 20, Columbian Festival; Aug. 10, Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival & Ecuadorian Festival; Aug. 23, Pakistani Film Festival; Aug. 24, Fatal Love; to Sept. 7, Salvador Dali’s Dream of Venus; 718-592-9700 for information.
Queens Symphony Orchestra
July 13, "An American Salute," Forest Park; July 19, "A Taste of Opera," Eisenhower Park; July 20, "A Taste of Opera," Forest Park; Aug. 17, "Broadway Babies," Forest Park; Aug. 24, "The Three Divas," Forest Park; Aug. 27, "The Three Divas," St. John’s University; 718-326-4455.
Socrates Sculpture Park
July 9, The Bicycle Thief (Italy); July 16, Faat Kiné (Senegal); July 23, Two Summers (Brazil); July 30, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Taiwan); to Aug. 3, "Yard" exhibit about the private landscape; Aug 6, Nine Queens (Argentina); to Aug. 8, free outdoor art making workshops; Aug. 13, Monsoon Wedding (India); Aug. 20, Black Cat, White Cat (Yugoslavia); Aug. 27, Landscape In The Mist (Greece), 32-01 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City; 718-956-1819.
Thalia Spanish Theatre
July 4 to Aug. 3, "Colombia" music and dance 41-17 Greenpoint Ave., Sunnyside; 718-729-3880.
July 20, Enrico Caruso Museum dinner concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of Caruso’s debut at the Metropolitan Opera House; Players Club, 16 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan; 718-368-3993.
July 12, Franklin K. Lane Class of 1985 Reunion (‘84 and ‘86 also welcome); Roma View Restaurant; 516-883-8036 or email@example.com.
July 19, James Madison H.S. Classes of 1981 to 1984 Reunion; JFK Holiday Inn, 144-02 136th Ave., Jamaica; 516-944-6596.
Sept. 20, Far Rockaway H.S. Classes of 1972-1973 Reunion; JFK Holiday Inn, 144-02 136th Ave., Jamaica; 516-484-1470.
Fleas, Fairs, Fundraisers
July 4, Patti Fund, Borden Avenue from 2nd to 5th Streets, 2nd Street between Borden and 51st Avenues.
July 5, Woodside on the Move, 61st/62nd Street, Woodside Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue, 65th Place.
July 9, Sunnyside Gardens Park, 48-21 39th Ave., Sunnyside.
July 19, Italian Charities of America flea market, 83-20 Queens Blvd, Elmhurst; 718-478-3100.
July 20, Friends of Community Board 1, 30th Avenue between 29th and 42nd Streets.
July 26, Dutch Kills Civic Association, 36th Avenue between 29th and 35th Streets.
July 31-Aug. 3, Hellenic Orthodox Traditionalist Church of America, St. Markella, 26th Street from 23rd Avenue to Amtrak Trestles.
Aug. 7-10, St. Irene Chrysovalantou Monastery, 23rd Avenue from 35th to 37th Streets, and 36th Street from 23rd Avenue to Amtrak Overpass.
Aug. 14-17, Borgetto Cultural Association, Steinway Street between 25th and 28th Avenues.
Aug. 17, Steinway Street Business Improvement District, Steinway Street between 28th and 35th Avenues.
Aug. 30, Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce, Greenpoint Avenue,46/48th Street and Queens Boulevard at 44th Street.
Aug. 31, Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce, Austin Street.
Sept. 1, 30th Avenue Business Association, 30th Avenue between 29th and 42nd Streets.
Sept. 28, Broadway Astoria Merchants and Professionals, Broadway from Crescent to 42nd Streets.
Oct. 26, 114th Precinct Civilian Observation Patrol, Broadway between 29th and and 47th Streets.
You’ve Gotta Have Park
July 7 to Aug. 16, Five Borough Championship swimming competition at the following: Astoria Pool, 19th Street and 23rd Drive; Liberty Pool, 173rd Street and 106th Avenue; Fisher Pool, 99th Street and 32nd Avenue; call 311 or log onto www.nyc.gov/parks.
July 8, Central Astoria Local Development Coalition 2003 Summer Fun Children’s Series "Music for Children," Athens Square Park; July 9, "Peter Pan & Captain Hook," Dutch Kills Playground; 718-728-7820.
July 22, City Parks Foundation/Verizon SuperPages Fifth Annual Readings in the Parks; Athens Square Park; July 29, Mac Neil Playground; 212-360-8290.
Alley Pond Environmental Center
July 2, Teen Environmental Afternoon Scavenger Hunt; July 12, 19, Paper Mache Masks; Sand Animals and Art; July 23, 30, Aug. 6, Eco-Adventurers; July 26, Art Alive!; Dragonfly Tales, most programs require pre-registration; year ‘round, Birthday Party Program on Saturdays and Sundays, some after-school and holidays possible, 228-06 Northern Blvd., Douglaston; 718-229-4000.
City Parks Foundation
To Aug. 14, City Parks Tennis, free, ages 6 to 16 at the following locales: Alley Pond Tennis Center, Astoria Park, Baisley Park, Brookville Park, Crocheron Park, Cunningham Park, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park, Flushing Memorial Field, Forest Park, Juniper Valley Park, Kissena Park; 718-699-4200.
July 6, Lew Piccardi’s Big Band concert; July 7, Once Upon a Time, Inc’s Peter Pan; July 9, Super Scientific Circus,George Seuffert Bandshell, Woodhaven; 718-235-4100.
Friends of Gantry Plaza State Park
July 13, Art-in-the-Park; Aug. 3, Something Special Big Band, East River at 48th Avenue, Long Island City, 718-729-3913.
Queens Botanical Garden
July 3, Eart’ Acte performance of American contemporary music; July 12, Birds Are Beautiful, 43-50 Main St., Flushing; 728-886-3800.
Queens County Farm Museum
July 9 to Aug. 15, children’s summer program; July 25, 26, 27, Thunderbird American Indian Mid-Summer Pow-Wow, 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Floral Park; 718-347-FARM.
Every Kid Deserves A ‘Y’
Central Queens YM & YWHA, July 2, "It Takes Money Honey" senior seminar; July 3, summer film series "Manon of the Spring"; July 8, family fitness and nutrition; July 9, Feldenkrais workshop; July 10, summer film "Monsoon Wedding"; July 10, 24, Aug. 7, 21, post bereavement group for senior adults, 718-268-5011.
Cross Island YMCA, July 7 to Aug. 11, summer camp for children with disabilities, registration based on three- or six-week increments; to Aug. 17, computer learning; check on late registration Bayside; 718-479-0505.
Long Island City YMCA, July 14-25, July 28 to Aug. 8, Aug. 11-22, Aug. 25-29, SEIU Childcare Fund programs, 32-23 Queens Blvd.; 718-392-7932.
American Legion, Blissville Post 727 needs hand-held battery-powered games, videos, books, arts and craft supplies, bubbles, crayons, coloring books and other toys for children in Queens hospitals; 718-786-7649.
Queens Women’s Network Multi-Service Center displaced homemaker programs and womensafe programs, everything is strictly confidential, 161-10 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica; 718-657-6200.