November Highlights at the Chamber

Chamber News in November, 2016 This week, the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce with elected officials, entrepreneurs, and civic leaders launched a “blue ribbon panel” to develop a strategy for raising standards in our business community.  The panel, chaired by Simon Gerson, President of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, will advise the Chamber on developing principles and mechanisms to […]

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Jack Eichenbaum, Queens Borough Historian

Jack Eichenbaum is not only the official Queens Borough Historian, but also an original charter member of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce.  Jack works closely with the Chamber to organize walking tours of Flushing and to promote all the wonderful history and culture in our community.  You can catch one of his many New York City neighborhood tours at […]

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Flushing Launches Tech Boot Camp

Do you have an interest in entering the rapidly growing and lucrative tech sector as a developer, product manager or designer? Are you looking to enhance your tech skills for your own business or for your current company or organization? If so, read on….. Monroe’s Tech Boot Camp has a new Foundation Class beginning Saturday, October 15th 9 a.m. to […]

week 7

Final Week of Free Film Screenings in Flushing — Saving Jamaica Bay

This Thursday, August 25 at dusk, come celebrate the end of Kissena Corridor Park’s free indie film screenings this summer presented by Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association. Enter at Main Street and Elder Avenue, across from the entrance to the Queens Botanical Gardens to see ‘Saving Jamaica Bay’ and a bonus screening of ‘Christopher’s Garden.’ RSVP on Facebook […]

week 6

Free Screening of ‘Modern Ruin: A World’s Fair Pavilion’

This Thursday at dusk, August 18, 2016, catch a free screening of ‘Modern Ruin: A World’s Fair Pavilion’ in Kissena Corridor Park (at Main Street and Elder Avenue, across from the entrance to the Queens Botanical Garden) presented by Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association. RSVP on Facebook + see more information bellow– MODERN RUIN: A WORLD’S FAIR PAVILION by […]

week 5

Free Screening of H.O.M.E. by Queens based artist Daniel Maldonado in Kissena Corridor Park

    Thanks to Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association, this Thursday, August 11, you can see a free screening of H.O.M.E. by Queens based artist Daniel Maldonado in Kissena Corridor Park, winner of the QWFF Best Feature 2016! Kissena Corridor Park (Main St. and Elder Ave) at dusk! RSVP on Facebook + see more information bellow– H.O.M.E. by Daniel […]

week 4

Slices of Life from Flushing to Mumbai: Four short films in Kissena Corridor Park

Thursday August 4, 2016, at dusk, marks the half way point of the summer series of free indie film screening in Flushing’s own Kissena Corridor Park (Main St. and Elder Ave.) presented by Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association. This week’s feature captures a glimpse of life across the globe; RSVP on Facebook + see more information bellow– Slices of […]

Flushing Night Out is back on July 29!

The second installment of Flushing’s outdoor night market features the theme ‘Beach Day.’ Visitors can enjoy a seaside inspired picnic on the beautiful grounds of the historic Flushing High School and enjoy live music performances featuring DJ BrokinPaper (Harrison Lee) and award-winning Sung Beats. Visitors at the market’s ‘DIY Village’ can express their creativity making paper plate jellyfish, flower leis, […]

week 3

Free Spanish Film Screening in Kissena Corridor Park

Come hang with your neighbors and enjoy a set of Spanish films in Kissena Corridor Park this Thursday night at dusk, July 28, part of a seven week series, brought to you by Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association. RSVP on Facebook + see more information bellow– Spanish Visions: Nine short films from Spain, Cuba, USA and Brazil with […]

week 2

Free Screening of ‘Reunification’ — Examining the legacy of a family’s immigration

This Thursday, July 21, swing by Kissena Corridor Park at dusk for week two of free film screenings presented by Queens World Film Festival and the Queensboro Hill Neighborhood Association. RSVP on Facebook + see more information bellow– In this award-winning feature film (won Special Jury Prize at SDAFF), filmmaker Alvin Tsang examines the legacy of his family’s immigration to Los Angeles from Hong […]