Eleventh Street Arts: Live Floral Arranging Demonstration

Join Katie Davis, from Ponderosa & Thyme for an intimate still-life floral demonstration, followed by a Q&A Sat, March 23, 2019 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM EDT Eleventh Street Arts 46-06 11th Street Queens, NY 11101 Tickets: $50 ABOUT THE DEMONSTRATION This two-hour live event will immerse you in Katie’s creative process, as a “Dutch […]
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114th Precinct Build the Block Event: Neighborhood Policing & Safety Meeting

The 114th Precinct will be hosting a discussion of public safety challenges in our neighborhood on Wednesday, March 27th. Doors open for refreshments at 4:30PM and the meeting begins at 5PM. The meeting will be held at Queens Public Library – LIC Branch, which is located at 37-44 21st Street in Long Island City. This […]
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Book Culture LIC: TGIF Happy Hour with Massa’s Pizzeria

LIC: TGIF Happy Hour with Massa’s Pizzeria 03/22/2019 – 6:00pm to 7:30pm 26-09 Jackson Ave Long Island City, NY 11101 What better way to celebrate the end of the week than with some books and booze?! Come visit Book Culture LIC on Friday, March 22nd from 6pm-7:30pm and sample some signature cocktails from our friends […]
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LIC: Rad Girl Revolution Storytime, March 16

Join Book Culture LIC on Saturday, March 16th at 11:30am for a special storytime with Sharita Manickam and Jennifer Elliot Bruno as they read from their new book, Rad Girl Revolution. LITTLE GIRLS WITH DREAMS BECOME WOMEN WITH VISION! RAD Girl Revolution empowers girls to Rise Above Doubt & Reach Any Dream. Inspiring Photographs Portraying […]
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Secret Theatre announces Spring Awakening with March dates

Spring Awakening Performances March 7th – 24th, 2019 The winner of eight Tony Awards (including Best Musical), Spring Awakening explores the journey through adolescence with poignancy and passion. It examines morality and sexual politics while unapologetically plumbing the depths of the hormonal teenage psyche in a way that feels both fresh and all too familiar. […]
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