SBS course

Set yourself apart from the competition!

The New York Department of Small Business Services is offering courses for businesses of every stage, size, and industry throughout NYC where you can gain the business strategies and tools that will set you apart from the competition. Join these free workshops to learn from expert instructors and network with fellow entrepreneurs at one of the upcoming events listed below. Show Me The […]


Queensboro Dance Festival Deadline: March 9

The deadline for the 2018 call for Queens-based choreographers is now approaching. For all Queens-based choreographers interested in performing in the Opening Weekend of the Queensboro Dance Festival, please make sure your submission is in before March 9th. After March 9th, submissions for the Opening Weekend will no longer be considered, so make sure you complete your submission now if you’re interested. […]


Queensboro Dance Festival

As the 5th season of the Queensboro Dance Festival, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our official Queens tour running May through October!  QDF 2018 is also in residence at Queens Theatre, our home-away-from-home as we tour away and back again to our Long Island City home neighborhood. QDF 2018 will have 20+ diverse performances across 18+ indoor […]


Networking: Queens Green Drinks

Connect with environmentally-minded entrepreneurs and activists. Explore Flushing’s downtown, filled with amazing food, cultural events, a world reknowned garden, and a bay and creek undergoing revitalization and restoration! Leaf Bar and Lounge looks out over all of this bustle and beauty, and the Manhattan skyline sunset to boot.  RSVP Today! Networking: Queens Green Drinks Thursday, November 16, 6-8pm @ Leaf […]



A New York Philharmonic Ensembles concert provides an intimate connection between listeners and the individual talents that make up the Orchestra. Experience the passion and personality of the performers in an early work of Beethoven, his Octet for Winds; and in two works composed during the Second World War – Dmitri Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet, premiered in Moscow, and Gideon Klein’s […]


Flushing Walk Builds Interfaith Unity!

In 1657, the farmers of Flushing courageously stood up for our freedom of conscience (telling Governor Stuyvesant that the “law of love, peace and liberty in the states extend[s] to Jews, Turks and Egyptians”).  Since then, religious freedom has become a bedrock of our society and we have all benefited from this legacy of peaceful coexistence.  Flushing, now has the highest concentration of […]

Think Lab Course

Last Chance: $40 Discount & Curriculum for Tinker Lab 2017 Fall-Electronic Instrument

Tinker Lab – Electronic Instrument $40 off the 2nd and 3rd kid you sign up! See the Curriculum & Learning Targets here. Thank you all for coming to the Tinker Lab Open House today! We had a blast trying out different tinker stations in the lab. The 2017 Fall Electronic Instrument Class is starting on next Sunday October 8th. The museum offers a […]

A Day on the Bay - English

Join us this Saturday for a Day on Flushing Bay!

This weekend is a Day on the Bay! Join us for a Clean Up, Picnic, and Paddle on Saturday September 23rd! We will have raffle prizes and free food! 10am – We will start with a shoreline clean up on the western side of the promenade (from the Worlds Fair Marina Restaurant to LaGuardia). Gloves and bags will be provided! Noon – Lunch will […]

QHS 2017

The Sport of Kings in Queens Exhibition

The Sport of Kings in Queens Exhibition Presented by the Queens Historical Society Queens has been a major center of thoroughbred horse racing since 1667 when King Charles II of England established the first race course in his North American Possessions. This exhibition details the history of this amazing sport in Queens from those early days, 350 years ago to […]