Aigner Chocolates offering 15% OFF on Memorial Day

In honor of Memorial Day, Aigner Chocolates in Forest Hills is offering the community 15% OFF all items in the store on Monday, May 27!

“This is the home of the free, because of the brave; and we want to show our appreciation by offering this discount to our patrons,” said Rachel Kellner and Mark Libertini, owners of Aigner Chocolates.

Aigner Chocolates is located at 103-02 Metropolitan Ave, Forest Hills, NY 11375. Their phone number is (718) 544-1850.

Keep reading to see some of the many fun items currently on sale.

 

So, if gift baskets are your thing… you can purchase an Aigner’s basket filled with chocolate, jellybeans, chocolate pretzels, gummy worms, and more at 15% OFF of the normal price!

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you want to show your teacher appreciation before the school year ends, these chocolate pops will put a smile on his or her face!




 

 

 

 

Aigner’s Chocolate Truffles are filled with love and happiness. You can become your favorite veteran’s favorite pedestrian by picking some up this Memorial Day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If your favorite veteran is a big Mets fan, he or she may be a bit moody at this point in the season… but the good news is, these custom Mets Chocolate Baseball Bat and gloves are 15% OFF this Monday!


 

 

 

Can’t choose between pizza and chocolate? Aigner makes it easy. With their Chocolate Pizza, you can kill two birds with one stone. What’s better then Chocolate Pizza? 15% OFF Chocolate Pizza. That’s whats better.

 

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Mott & Bayard Eyewear launches kickstarter to fund new frame development

With the diverse culture at the heart of Forest Hills, Queens, one eyewear company is on a mission to change the way glasses fit so that they can be both comfortable and good-looking on everyone.

Mott & Bayard Eyewear was founded to bridge culture and style through visionary design. Design that creates perfect fitting pair of glasses, especially for people with low nose-bridges,” says Kenneth Ma, founder of Mott & Bayard.

Residents have already contributed nearly $6,500 to M&B’s kickstarter campaign, and in return, received glasses, sunglasses, an eyewear case, and M&B gear for specific contribution amounts. M&B is even offering 7% cash back for simply sharing the kickstarter on social media.

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MK Vision Center, located at 107-29 71st Avenue in Forest Hills is an exclusive carrier of Mott & Bayard eyewear, so FH & Queens residents will be able to conveniently visit MK to get a look at TrueFit when the product is officially launched.

Buying a pair of glasses that fits well and looks great is tough. Some frames may look stylish, but once you put them on, they sit too close to your cheeks or feel too heavy on your nose. Some may fit perfectly, but you wouldn’t be caught dead leaving the house wearing them.

 

Mott & Bayard Eyewear was created to change that, and you can play an important role in their mission.

Click here to help fund their mission, and receive a pair of their exclusive frames in return. You can also earn 7% cash back for sharing their kickstarter with your network.

M&B makes great-looking and better fitting glasses with the finest material on the market so that people can feel both confident and comfortable wearing them.

 

 

 

Mott & Bayard’s frames are different because they:

  •  Have extended nose-pads to provide a more comfortable and accurate  fit.
  • Will have flatter frame tilt so the frames won’t sit too close to the cheeks
  • Use patented, high-density cellulose acetate that are 20% lighter and thinner than regular acetate but just as durable.
Click here to visit the campaign.
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SERVPRO of Forest Hills-Kew Gardens celebrates 10 year anniversary

servpro_logoEddie Lopez, a resident of Forest Hills & local business owner, just celebrated 10 years of owning & operating his business, SERVPRO.

Eddie’s SERVPRO of Forest Hills / Kew Gardens specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage. He can also remove mold and mildew from your home or business.

“I am proud to serve the residents & business owners in Forest Hills, Kew Gardens, and the surrounding Queens areas,” said Lopez, in an interview with the Forest Hills Gardens blog.

Screen Shot 2017-10-19 at 5.22.33 PM“I understand the stress and worry that comes with a mold, fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your life and home or business,” said Lopez, who lives on 69th Avenue in Forest Hills. “Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

Eddie’s SERVPRO provided service to the National Tennis Center in Flushing this year, Lopez added.

SERVPRO of Forest Hills / Kew Gardens covers Forest Hills, Middle Village, Glendale, Maspeth, Ridgewood, Woodhaven, and surrounding areas of Queens.

You can reach Eddie’s SERVPRO of Forest Hills-Kew Gardens at 718.381.3702.

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The Kew-Forest School’s Founder’s Day Carnival is this Saturday, October 14th, 2-5pm

2017 Founder's Day Carnival Flyer-ONLINEThe Kew-Forest School is hosting their annual Founder’s Day Carnival this Saturday from 2-5PM. The Carnival will be held at the School, located at 119-17 Union Turnpike in Forest Hills.

 

Everyone is invited!

 

There will be lots of great rides, games and activities for kids of all ages are sure to keep the whole family entertained.

 

“We’ll have all the favorites,” said Jeanne Murphy, Director or Institutional Advancement.

 

There will be a Bouncy House, Pumpkin Painting, Face Painting, Marshmallow & Rock Painting, snacks, baked goods.  But wait, there’s more…to add to the excitement, this year they’ll have a Rock Climbing Wall AND an indoor Bubble Soccer Game!

 

Tickets will be sold at the door: $5 per child for unlimited outdoor rides.  The School is holding an Open House the same day on 1-3pm… so event-goers can check out the prestigious K-F School for themselves.
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MK Vision Center is raffling off a FREE pair of Mott & Bayard sunglasses & a MxB hoodie

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MK Vision Center, located at 107-29 71st Ave in Forest Hills is at it again.

The leading optical company, known for their giveaways and fashion forward eyewear team, is hosting their newest Mott & Bayard Eyewear giveaway for new email newsletter subscribers!

The winner will get a FREE pair of MB sunglasses PLUS a nice hoodie. Subscribe here to enter the raffle.

Click here to learn more about Mott & Bayard Eyewear.

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The Kew-Forest School Open House Dates Announced

For grades Pre-K through 12th, The Kew-Forest School is the oldest independent, co-ed, college preparatory school in Queens.

Open House Dates

Wednesday, October 4 • 8:15am – 11am (While school is in session)

Saturday, October 14 • 1pm – 5pm (In conjunction with our Founder’s Day Carnival)

Wednesday, November 8 • 8:15am – 10:30am (While school is in session)

Saturday, December 2 • 1pm – 3pm

RSVP at www.kewforest.org/OpenHouse

With 230+ students, The KewForest School is small by design, inclusive, and globally representative, with approximately 60 nationalities on campus and 20 languages spoken at home. Their school provides a safe, nurturing, and intellectually vigorous environment.
For more information, contact Bradley Walters, Director of Enrollment Management, at 718.268.4667 ext. 125 or by email atbwalters@kewforest.org.

 

Kew Forest is located at 119-17 Union Turnpike in Forest Hills.

Website: www.kewforest.org.

Instagram: @thekewforestschool – Official account of the Kew-Forest School
@cjmacmullen – Official account of Head of School, Carla Jantos MacMullen
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Reward money increased for info on Forest Hills arsonist

A fire on 112th Street and 68th Road. Twitter/shameonyoumy
A fire on 112th Street and 68th Road. Twitter/shameonyoumy

It’s been a while since the Forest Hills arsonist has last struck. But that doesn’t mean that the community has gotten over the horrifying attacks that littered the end of last year. In fact, the police are still looking for the mysterious suspect.

At the Community Board 6 meeting, Deputy Inspector Judith Harrison of the 112th Precinct noted that while crime had gone down significantly in 2015, the year had been overshadowed by the case of the arsonist. Between November 8th and December 5th, the arsonist set 7 under-construction homes on fire.

The NYPD have not found the identity of the suspect yet. The reward money for anyone who has information that would lead to the capture of the arsonist has jumped to $62,500. You can call CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-577-8477.

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