On Sunday, February 25 at 1 PM – 3:30 PM the Central Queens Y in Forest Hills
67-09 108th St is hosting their annual Purim Carnival!
Join in for an afternoon of fun with a bounce house & castle, circus time, indoor slides, inflatable basketball games, face painting, arts & crafts, and a magic show. Open houses for summer camp and nursery school will also be held.
Admission is $5/child (over 2) years old, with a maximum of $15 per family.
So, did you and your partner have a lovely Valentine’s Day? Or maybe you didn’t get a chance to do anything since it was a weekday?
Why not attend a paint & sip event happening in Forest Hills this Saturday at Plaster Party Place (96-09 Metropolitan Ave).
Starting at 7 p.m., paint a masterpiece with your partner, friends, family or go on your own! Tickets are $35 for adults and $30 for children.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and Aigner Chocolates in Forest Hills has a special Valentine’s Day collection that community is raving about.
Fresh Chocolate Dipped Strawberries and Rose Water Truffles are two highly coveted Valentine’s Day Collection items, and are only available at Aigner’s around this Holiday.
“Aigner Chocolates has single-handedly gotten me out of the dog house before. Some even say that Cupid’s arrows are made entirely from Aigner’s Chocolate. That myth has yet to be debunked,” said local resident, Michael Mattera.
“You can’t go wrong with chocolate, candy, and other sweet treats at Aigner’s. Plus, you would be supporting a local business that is actively involved in making the community a better place,” said Jessica Sanchez, a patron of the thriving Chocolate Shop.
Saturday, February 10
The Church-in-the-Gardens,50 Ascan Avenue,Forest Hills Gardens
Start your Valentine’s Day celebration early with a romantic afternoon of opera and song, delightfully sung by Metropolitan Opera stars Clay Hilley (tenor) and Melissa Citro (soprano). Joined by pianist Barbara Podgurski, the opera stars will sing gorgeous love duets of Wagner as well as beloved arias of Puccini, Verdi, Strauss and more.
Ticket prices are $20 adult, $10 students ages 13-30, children (12 and under) may attend for free when accompanied by an adult. Season tickets are also available.
Reception to follow with an opportunity to meet and greet the artists.
For additional information and to purchase tickets, please call Musica Reginae at 718.894.2178 or visit www.MusicaReginae.org.
An open house for the esteemed Beth Sholom Day Camp is being held this Sunday (2/11) from 10AM – 1PM on camp grounds (401 Roslyn Rd, Roslyn Heights, NY).
Beth Sholom Day Camp, located in Roslyn Heights, NY is a summer camp for children ages 3-14. Their program allows children to try new things, build friendships, and discover their interests in a safe and nurturing environment.
Every day, campers participate in a variety of activities including sports, swimming, arts and crafts, music and more!
Their staff implements an engaging curriculum, with intentional games as well as age-appropriate activities. BSDC takes pride in their ability to know each child as an individual and facilitate positive relationships through team building and group activities.
Beth Sholom Day Camp is proud to offer a dynamic summer experience where children can play, learn, and grow.
To register or to find out more information, fill out THIS FORM so that they can contact you to answer specific questions that you may have.
Maple Grove’s first concert of the season is happening tomorrow (Saturday, February 3). Organizers say that the concert will be a homage to Kew Garden’s own Moscow-born Rosina Lhevinne, a legendary teacher at Julliard.
Two talented pianists, Shawn Chang and Markus Kaitila, will perform a program of Mozart, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Gerswhin, Massenet and more.
The concert is free for those who RSVP and it’s $5 for walk in attendees. RSVP by calling 347-878-6614 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.