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QNS Weekender: Six things to do in Queens this weekend

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Dec. 28, 2023 By Ethan Marshall As we prepare to celebrate the new year, there are still plenty of things to do this weekend in Queens before the year wraps up. From social events to fun classes, there is a lot to look forward to this weekend. Friday, Dec. 29   Youth Art Festival   NYC Parks will shine a spotlight on and celebrate the artistic creations of their afterschool youth program participants. There will be several fun activities available, including button making, 3D models, glitter tattoos, alebrije postcards, watercolor paintings and stop motion animation. (Al Oerter Recreation Center, 131-40…
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QNS Weekender: Six things to do in Queens this weekend

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Oct. 19, 2023 By Nevine Salameh This upcoming weekend in Queens promises plenty of exciting activities for both families and friends. From concerts and comedy shows to family fall activities and a vibrant parade, there’s something for everyone to do. Here’s our list of this weekend’s highlights. Friday, Oct. 20 End of the Line Comedy…
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Not just history: Fun events planned at Bayside Historical Society this fall

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Oct. 2, 2023 By Iryna Shkurhan While pumpkin patches and corn mazes rank high on many fall activities lists, they’re not the only fun events you can look forward to in the upcoming months.  The Bayside Historical Society, founded in 1964, is actively preserving the history of Bayside and neighboring communities. As part of their efforts to engage visitors, they host an array of events in Fort Totten Park to cultivate an appreciation for the area.  But if you’re not a history buff, don’t worry, not all of their events have a historical undertone. If you are the type to…
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Independence Day fireworks return to Fort Totten with great fanfare

Jun. 28, 2023 By Gabriele Holtermann Queens residents got a head start in celebrating America’s independence with a pyrotechnic extravaganza at the Bayside waterfront in Fort Totten Park on June 27. Gates opened at 5 p.m. and a stream of guests equipped with lawn chairs and blankets flocked to the vast lawn overlooking Little Neck…
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