Community Calendar

Big Apple Comic Con Returns This Weekend

Big Apple Comic Con will return this weekend to The New Yorker Hotel Saturday March 25 and Sunday March 26. This will be the 26th year for the convention. Through the central theme of comic books, the convention features a large range of pop culture elements including original artwork, science fiction/fantasy, film/television, cosplay, animation, anime, manga, toys, horror, collectible card […]

Mets to Host Citywide ‘Amazin’ Day Celebration’

The Queens Boys of Summer will host a first-ever celebration on March 25th in anticipation of the New York Mets 2023 season, including “unique celebrations online and throughout New York City,” team officials announced. Mets fans who show up wearing a team cap or other Mets gear to the celebrations will be granted access to several events at iconic institutions […]

Voelker Orth Museum: Special Invitation

Voelker Orth Museum extends a special invitation to you for an exclusive performance and workshop at the Museum. Exploring The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir on Thursday, May 4 | 7:00PM. “We’re thrilled to be bringing Literature to Life, in partnership with Kupferberg Center for the Arts, to the VO Museum this May. In this intimate workshop led by teaching […]

Shaking the Memory Tree with Maria Lisella, Queens Poet Laurette

Shaking the Memory Tree with Maria Lisella, Queens Poet Laurette A four session workshop April 13, 27;  May 4, 11 @ 11am     Our memories are a patchwork of life experiences that have had an impact on our daily lives. In this interactive workshop with Queens Poet Laureate, Maria Lisella, and recent Academy of American Poets Fellow, we will follow cues to […]

It’s In Queens! (March 24 to March 30)

Spring sprang on Monday, and Queens embraces the warmer weather with gardening, parades, walks, veggies, and waterways. Stay inside for opera, theater, jazz, performing art, and a frog. (An indoor frog.) March 24, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, April 2. City Gate Productions presents this comedy set at a wedding reception at a Tennessee estate in the early 1990s. […]

Greg Kritikos Returns To Astoria!

Greg Kritikos returns to his hometown of Astoria for his one-man show, The Shoemaker’s Son: Stories from Astoria on Saturday, April 29. This show, written and performed by Greg, will chronicle the many chapters of his life. From his arrival in America in the early 1970s he will passionately reenact many of his adventures to present day. This insightful performance […]

Musica Reginae Celebrates Women in Two Concerts March 18th

Join MRP as they celebrate the lives and works of living composers from NYC. Saturday, 3/18 at 4pm: Her Piano Stories, Community Concert for Kids – FREE Admission What stories can piano music tell? How often have you heard music written from her point of view? Come hear more music by women composers from your neighborhood, from the Bronx to […]

Learn How to Manage Data with Free, Virtual Workshops

Celebrate NYC Open Data Week with Queens Public Library! Learn how to leverage NYC Open Data, a free public data resource about New York City, by taking any one or all of our four-part series on Excel, R, and Data Dashboards.   EXCEL FOR DATA ANALYSIS (VIRTUAL) Take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level with this four-part series […]

Secret Theatre’s Upcoming Offerings

Queens Short Play Festival Running: February 2023 – March 2023 Description: The Secret Theatre is proud to announce the founding of the Queens Short Play Festival which launches in February 2023. Now that the theatre is based in Woodside, we will be resting the LIC One Act Festival brand of previous years in favor of this new name. We have […]

MoMA PS1 Open House

On Saturday, March 18, MoMA PS1 is hosting an Open House to celebrate two new exhibitions. The entire day is free and open to the public from 12–8 p.m. The event marks the opening weekend of Onyeka Igwe’s A Repertoire of Protest (No Dance, No Palaver), a cinematic installation exploring the legacy of dance as protest, along with a new […]

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