LIC Community, Neighbors raise $57,000 for Funding LIC’s Future Campaign

With the holiday season behind us and the start of a new decade, NYC Kids RISE announced that the “Funding Long Island City’s Future” campaign raised a total of $57,414, nearly doubling the amount raised over the original goal of $30,000, that will go towards local students’ NYC Scholarship Accounts for college and career training. […]
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Queens Educational Open House, Jan. 12 at 44-02 23rd Street

Queens Learns invites you to an open house featuring demonstrations, hands-on activities for children, workshops for adults, and talks to share our secrets for learning success. The event is free and open to the public. Open House Details – Come Ready To Learn When:   January 12, 2020, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Where:  LIC […]
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Long Island City leaders rally for Court Square Library

Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer, Friends of Court Square Library, and Court Square Civic Association rallied to demand Queens Library to find a new home for Court Square Library. “Queens Public Library knew the deadline was approaching for the expiring lease and committed to action just last week,” said Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer. “We […]
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The Red Show at Eleventh Street Arts until Feb. 1

Eleventh Street Arts presents The Red Show, an exhibition curated by Dale Zinkowski, featuring a selection of still life, figure, and portrait paintings by contemporary realist artists. Each painting featured in the exhibition explores the relationship between the psychological associations of the color red and the sublimity of masterful realist painting. We invite you to […]
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