Flushing’s First Spring Community Festival on May 6

Beautify Historic Flushing presents Flushing's First Annual Spring Community Festival at Weeping Beech Park at Bowne Street and 37th Avenue on Saturday, May 6, from 10 am - 5pm. The full day outdoor festival will celebrate the history of Flushing through hands-on activities, educational programming and demonstrations. For more information,…

Volunteers Needed

Interested in History, Music or Theatre? The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce presents the amazing and highly-original rock opera - “Anna and Vladimir: The Love That ROCKED The World,” in three shows on Friday, June 2 and Saturday, June 3, at historic Flushing Town Hall. Experience ancient history through modern…

Become a Community Organizing Apprentice!

Apply ASAP!!! CNL's 10-month paid apprenticeship program for new organizers is designed to help individuals gain the skills to become agents of change in their communities. Apprentices receive a stipend to work full-time in a neighborhood-based host organization in NYC. Participants receive high-quality, weekly training and support services. Apprentices are…

COMMUNITY ADVISORY NOTICE

  PS-312Q Rehabilitation of Interceptor Sewers PROJECT # PS-312Q Borough: Queens February 23, 2017 DDC CONTINUES THE DISTRIBUTION REHABILITATION OF INTERCEPTOR SEWER PROJECT BEGINNING ON/ABOUT FEBRUARY 27, 2017 MONDAYS-FRIDAYS 7:00AM TO 4:00PM “NO PARKING” REGULATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS DRIVEWAY ACCESS ARE IN EFFECT 不准停泊 The purpose of this project is to…

Christopher Kui at Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE)

Christopher Kui is one of the founding members of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as Chairman of our Board of Directors.  We're fortunate to have his expertise and guidance. Christopher Kui is a pioneer of the community development movement and a long-time champion of community services…
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