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What to do this weekend in Queens


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Saturday, March 1

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Join the Kingsland Homestead as it hosts a tag sale; a collection of used items being sold, similar to a yard sale or garage sale, as a fundraiser for the Queens Historical Society (QHS). The sale starts at 2:30 p.m. and goes until 4:30 p.m.; you may just find the treasure you were looking for at this sale! QHS is located at 143-35 37th Avenue in Flushing.

Celebrating its 15th year, St. Pat’s for All is New York’s most diverse St. Patrick’s Day parade, embracing LGBT contingents, Irish organizations, labor unions, social justice organizations, religious and civic groups, and a variety of festive performers — all in celebration of Ireland and the Irish-American experience. While there are many St. Patrick’s parades held throughout March in the five boroughs, St. Pat’s for All is the only fully-inclusive parade, welcoming all groups who wish to share in the spirit of the day. The 2014 St. Pat’s for All Parade begins in Sunnyside at the corner of 47th Street and Skillman Avenue and ends in Woodside at Woodside Avenue and 58th Street. Participants are advised to show up at about 1 p.m.; the parade starts at 2 p.m.

Through Sunday, March 2

IndieCade International Festival of Independent Games and Museum of the Moving Image present a playable exhibition of more than two dozen games that represent the breadth and depth of the “indie” video game scene. The designers and developers of these games, individuals or small teams independent of large studios and publishers, take daring creative risks to explore new forms and methods of play. The Museum of Moving Image is located at 35-01 35th St., Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through March 10

The Powerful Arts of Cameroon: the Collection of Amadou Njoya is a display of artifacts of the African Tribal Arts Kingdom at the QCC Art Gallery. The potent beauty of celebratory festivals, initiations and other traditional rituals will be conveyed through masterful objects made of wood, metal and terra cotta in the exhibit.  Amadou Njoya is a fourth generation Cameroonian born into a family of distinguished artisans and advisors for the royal family of the Kingdom of Bamum.  Visit the exhibition at the QCC Art Gallery at 222-05 56th Ave. in Oakland Gardens. Open Monday through Sunday. Click here or call 718-631-6396 for hours.

Through March 23 

The Jeffrey Leder Gallery presents an expansive exhibit that will occupy two floors of the gallery. International Painting NYC III features work from over 20 painters from 10 countries. The Jeffrey Leder Gallery is located at 21-37 45th Road, LIC.  For more information call 917-767-1734.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall is holding a Korean Folk Painting exhibit. Korean folk painting, also called Minhwa, expresses the life and thoughts of Koreans truthfully, with great wit. It is also used as a symbol of good fortune for the New Year. This exhibition will showcase 60 artworks from Baraem Art Research Institute in Korea and will give visitors a chance to experience the beauty of Korean folk paintings. There is a suggested admission of $5 for members and students. The opening reception is February 8 at 6 p.m.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall (FTH) will kick off Lunar New Year 2014: The Year of the Horse, beginning January 31. FTH’s Lunar New Year line-up encourages audience members of all ages to come out and celebrate Chinese New Year annual traditions, which date back many centuries to when people would gather to honor their ancestors. For a complete list of all spring events, including family programs, Lunar New Year events, and many others, visit www.flushingtownhall.org or call 718-463-7700.  FTH is located at 137-35 Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Through April 6

Thaw, an exhibition at the Dorsky Gallery, features work of Janet Biggs, Micheal Brody, Blane De St. Croix, Vicki DaSilva, Elise Engler, Phyllis Ewen, Andrea Galvani, Elizabeth Jordan, Itty Neuhaus, Alexis Rockman and Scott Walden. The exhibition of the works of more than 30 artists from the WAVE tour depicts the diversity of the show. The show features ceramics, watercolor and oil paintings, glasswork, pencil and ink drawings, photography, wood carving, collage, fibre work, quilting, and jewelry. The Gallery is located at 11-03 45th Avenue in LIC. For more info, call 718-937-6317.

Through April 11 

Join millions of real butterflies on an amazing journey to a remote and secret hideaway at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), Tuesday to Friday, at 11 a.m., noon and 2 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Follow the monarchs’ journey to the remote mountain peaks of Mexico in a 3D film. For the first time ever, witness the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis, thanks to advanced MRI and micro CT scans. The award-winning production team, including Oscar-winner Peter Parks, followed the year-long migration cycle of the butterflies. Admission is $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. NYSCI is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 4

In the interactive exhibit Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering at the New York Hall of Science, visitors can create and explore a range of high and low tech tools that extend human abilities. The exhibit features a simulated downhill mono-ski course; a DJ station built out of a wheelchair and controlled by the wheels; a touch panel that translates music into vibrations; a hands-free computer mouse, controlled through slight movements of the head, that allows the guest to type messages, edit photos or watch videos; and a neuroprosthetic limb that can be controlled by a person’s thoughts. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 25

Noguchi’s Early Drawings bears out his confidence. Each of the drawings on view reveals a very different facet of his quest to form a unique artistic identity in the years following his apprenticeship with Brancusi.   The selection of drawings on view covers exercises from the life drawing classes he took at Academie Collarosi and L’Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris in 1927, as well as his distillations of signature strains of Modernism he encountered in Paris and New York.  The Noguchi Muesum is located at 9-01 33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard.  For more information call 718-204-7088.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, February 22 

Flushing House presents the “Presidents’ Day Interactive Performance.”  This free historical celebration features performances by a professional Lincoln impersonator, who looks and dresses like Lincoln, gives speeches of the martyred president, and gives expert answers to audience questions.  The event starts at 4 p.m. on the Rooftop Atrium. Music, appetizers and refreshments will be provided. RSVP by calling 718-762-3198, ext. 3014, because seating is limited. Flushing House Independent Living for Seniors is located at 38-20 Bowne Street in Flushing.

Saturday, February 22 & Sunday, February 23 

LaGuardia Performing Arts Center presents Valerie Green/Dance Entropy in “Begin Again” on February 22 at 8 p.m. and February 23 at 2:30 p.m. Valerie Green’s work intertwines an extreme exploration of human behavior, while exhibiting raw physicality mixed with human vulnerability. The evening will feature two premiere works: “Hinge,” an abstract group dance for six dancers, accompanied by original music played lived on stage in collaboration with MuSE; and “Womb,” a muli-tmedia work in collaboration with artist Rodney Zagury. Plus “Skimming the Surface: Fragments of Collective Unconscious,” an intense theatrical work centered on a table and 24 knives. Admission is $15 in advance / $20 at the door / $10 students.  For tickets call the LPAC Box Office at 718-482-5151. For more information visit www.laguardiaperformingarts.org.  LPAC is located at 31-10 Thomson Avenue LIC.

Through February 23 

Check out the winners of the 2013 annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition at the New York Hall of Science. The annual competition recognizes excellence in photomicrography for images of things visible under a microscope, and this year included more than 100 winners from around the world. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through February 23

Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running, at the Museum of the Moving Image examines the groundbreaking video game franchise Madden NFL. The exhibit takes a look at how the game has evolved and its place in culture, and features five playable games, from the original to the latest release. The Museum of the Moving Image is located at 36-01 35 Avenue in Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through February 23

The Secret Theatre is pleased to announce a three week limited engagement of Kari Bentley-Quinn’s production of “The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens,” directed by New Voices Co-Director Christopher Diercksen. Main character Sybil Stevens is a Chicago-based flight attendant who finds her life completely changed when she is the sole survivor of a devastating plane crash, and has to deal with the unexpected aftereffects of both the crash and her newfound fame. The Secret Theater is located at 44-02 23rd Street in LIC. Shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday start at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $18.

Through March 2

IndieCade International Festival of Independent Games and Museum of the Moving Image present a playable exhibition of more than two dozen games that represent the breadth and depth of the “indie” video game scene. The designers and developers of these games, individuals or small teams independent of large studios and publishers, take daring creative risks to explore new forms and methods of play. The Museum of Moving Image is located at 35-01 35th St., Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through March 10

The Powerful Arts of Cameroon: the Collection of Amadou Njoya is a display of artifacts of the African Tribal Arts Kingdom at the QCC Art Gallery. The potent beauty of celebratory festivals, initiations and other traditional rituals will be conveyed through masterful objects made of wood, metal and terra cotta in the exhibit.  Amadou Njoya is a fourth generation Cameroonian born into a family of distinguished artisans and advisors for the royal family of the Kingdom of Bamum.  Visit the exhibition at the QCC Art Gallery at 222-05 56th Ave. in Oakland Gardens. Open Monday through Sunday. Click here or call 718-631-6396 for hours.

Through March 23 

The Jeffrey Leder Gallery presents an expansive exhibit that will occupy two floors of the gallery. International Painting NYC III features work from over 20 painters from 10 countries. The Jeffrey Leder Gallery is located at 21-37 45th Road, LIC.  For more information call 917-767-1734.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall is holding a Korean Folk Painting exhibit. Korean folk painting, also called Minhwa, expresses the life and thoughts of Koreans truthfully, with great wit. It is also used as a symbol of good fortune for the New Year. This exhibition will showcase 60 artworks from Baraem Art Research Institute in Korea and will give visitors a chance to experience the beauty of Korean folk paintings. There is a suggested admission of $5 for members and students. The opening reception is February 8 at 6 p.m.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall (FTH) will kick off Lunar New Year 2014: The Year of the Horse, beginning January 31. FTH’s Lunar New Year line-up encourages audience members of all ages to come out and celebrate Chinese New Year annual traditions, which date back many centuries to when people would gather to honor their ancestors. For a complete list of all spring events, including family programs, Lunar New Year events, and many others, visit www.flushingtownhall.org or call 718-463-7700.  FTH is located at 137-35 Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Through April 6

Thaw, an exhibition at the Dorsky Gallery, features work of Janet Biggs, Micheal Brody, Blane De St. Croix, Vicki DaSilva, Elise Engler, Phyllis Ewen, Andrea Galvani, Elizabeth Jordan, Itty Neuhaus, Alexis Rockman and Scott Walden. The exhibition of the works of more than 30 artists from the WAVE tour depicts the diversity of the show. The show features ceramics, watercolor and oil paintings, glasswork, pencil and ink drawings, photography, wood carving, collage, fibre work, quilting, and jewelry. The Gallery is located at 11-03 45th Avenue in LIC. For more info, call 718-937-6317.

Through April 11 

Join millions of real butterflies on an amazing journey to a remote and secret hideaway at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), Tuesday to Friday, at 11 a.m., noon and 2 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Follow the monarchs’ journey to the remote mountain peaks of Mexico in a 3D film. For the first time ever, witness the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis, thanks to advanced MRI and micro CT scans. The award-winning production team, including Oscar-winner Peter Parks, followed the year-long migration cycle of the butterflies. Admission is $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. NYSCI is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 4

In the interactive exhibit Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering at the New York Hall of Science, visitors can create and explore a range of high and low tech tools that extend human abilities. The exhibit features a simulated downhill mono-ski course; a DJ station built out of a wheelchair and controlled by the wheels; a touch panel that translates music into vibrations; a hands-free computer mouse, controlled through slight movements of the head, that allows the guest to type messages, edit photos or watch videos; and a neuroprosthetic limb that can be controlled by a person’s thoughts. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 25

Noguchi’s Early Drawings bears out his confidence. Each of the drawings on view reveals a very different facet of his quest to form a unique artistic identity in the years following his apprenticeship with Brancusi.   The selection of drawings on view covers exercises from the life drawing classes he took at Academie Collarosi and L’Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris in 1927, as well as his distillations of signature strains of Modernism he encountered in Paris and New York.  The Noguchi Muesum is located at 9-01 33rd Road at Vernon Boulevard.  For more information call 718-204-7088.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, February 8

Celebrate the Year of the Horse with the Queens Botanical Garden (QBG). The public is invited to join them for a celebration of the Lunar New Year from 1-4 p.m. Come for an afternoon of festivities, including craft activities and performances by the New York Chinese Chorus. Admission is free, but seating is limited. Additional fees apply for selected craft activities. The QBG is located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing. For more information call 718-886-3800.

Saturday, February 8 through March 30

Flushing Town Hall is holding a Korean Folk Painting exhibit. Korean folk painting, also called Minhwa, expresses the life and thoughts of Koreans truthfully, with great wit. It is also used as a symbol of good fortune for the New Year. This exhibition will showcase 60 artworks from Baraem Art Research Institute in Korea and will give visitors a chance to experience the beauty of Korean folk paintings. There is a suggested admission of $5 for members and students. The opening reception is February 8 at 6 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 9

Flushing Town Hall is holding a “Make a Wish on Hanji” workshop at 1 p.m. Korean folk paintings are drawn on Hanji (Korean traditional Mulberry paper) and this incredibly versatile paper is also used to make a vast array of arts and crafts. Write your wishes for the New Year on Hanji and create a one-of-a-kind art piece to take home. Admission is $10 for members and $8 for students (materials included).

Through February 23 

Check out the winners of the 2013 annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition at the New York Hall of Science. The annual competition recognizes excellence in photomicrography for images of things visible under a microscope, and this year included more than 100 winners from around the world. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through February 23

Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running, at the Museum of the Moving Image examines the groundbreaking video game franchise Madden NFL. The exhibit takes a look at how the game has evolved and its place in culture, and features five playable games, from the original to the latest release. The Museum of the Moving Image is located at 36-01 35 Avenue in Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through February 23

The Secret Theatre is pleased to announce a three week limited engagement of Kari Bentley-Quinn’s production of “The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens,” directed by New Voices Co-Director Christopher Diercksen. Main character Sybil Stevens is a Chicago-based flight attendant who finds her life completely changed when she is the sole survivor of a devastating plane crash, and has to deal with the unexpected aftereffects of both the crash and her newfound fame. The Secret Theater is located at 44-02 23rd Street in LIC. Shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday start at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $18.

Through March 10

The Powerful Arts of Cameroon: the Collection of Amadou Njoya is a display of artifacts of the African Tribal Arts Kingdom at the QCC Art Gallery. The potent beauty of celebratory festivals, initiations and other traditional rituals will be conveyed through masterful objects made of wood, metal and terra cotta in the exhibit.  Amadou Njoya is a fourth generation Cameroonian born into a family of distinguished artisans and advisors for the royal family of the Kingdom of Bamum.  Visit the exhibition at the QCC Art Gallery at 222-05 56th Ave. in Oakland Gardens. Open Monday through Sunday. Click here or call 718-631-6396 for hours.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall (FTH) will kick off Lunar New Year 2014: The Year of the Horse, beginning January 31. FTH’s Lunar New Year line-up encourages audience members of all ages to come out and celebrate Chinese New Year annual traditions, which date back many centuries to when people would gather to honor their ancestors. For a complete list of all spring events, including family programs, Lunar New Year events, and many others, visit www.flushingtownhall.org or call 718-463-7700.  FTH is located at 137-35 Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Through April 11 

Join millions of real butterflies on an amazing journey to a remote and secret hideaway at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), Tuesday to Friday, at 11 a.m., noon and 2 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Follow the monarchs’ journey to the remote mountain peaks of Mexico in a 3D film. For the first time ever, witness the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis, thanks to advanced MRI and micro CT scans. The award-winning production team, including Oscar-winner Peter Parks, followed the year-long migration cycle of the butterflies. Admission is $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. NYSCI is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 4

In the interactive exhibit Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering at the New York Hall of Science, visitors can create and explore a range of high and low tech tools that extend human abilities. The exhibit features a simulated downhill mono-ski course; a DJ station built out of a wheelchair and controlled by the wheels; a touch panel that translates music into vibrations; a hands-free computer mouse, controlled through slight movements of the head, that allows the guest to type messages, edit photos or watch videos; and a neuroprosthetic limb that can be controlled by a person’s thoughts. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Sunday, February 2

Flushing Town Hall is holding its Korean Mask Making Workshop at 1 p.m.  Traditional Korean masks are a vital part of Korean dance dramas. Following an introduction to Korean traditional crafts, participants will color and decorate the Bong San T’al Ch’um mask and create their own colorful character.  Admission is $10 for members and $8 for students (materials included).

Through February 23 

Check out the winners of the 2013 annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition at the New York Hall of Science. The annual competition recognizes excellence in photomicrography for images of things visible under a microscope, and this year included more than 100 winners from around the world. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through February 23

Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running, at the Museum of the Moving Image examines the groundbreaking video game franchise Madden NFL. The exhibit takes a look at how the game has evolved and its place in culture, and features five playable games, from the original to the latest release. The Museum of the Moving Image is located at 36-01 35 Avenue in Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through March 10

The Powerful Arts of Cameroon: the Collection of Amadou Njoya is a display of artifacts of the African Tribal Arts Kingdom at the QCC Art Gallery. The potent beauty of celebratory festivals, initiations and other traditional rituals will be conveyed through masterful objects made of wood, metal and terra cotta in the exhibit.  Amadou Njoya is a fourth generation Cameroonian born into a family of distinguished artisans and advisors for the royal family of the Kingdom of Bamum.  Visit the exhibition at the QCC Art Gallery at 222-05 56th Ave. in Oakland Gardens. Open Monday through Sunday. Click here or call 718-631-6396 for hours.

Through March 30

Flushing Town Hall (FTH) will kick off Lunar New Year 2014: The Year of the Horse, beginning January 31. FTH’s Lunar New Year line-up encourages audience members of all ages to come out and celebrate Chinese New Year annual traditions, which date back many centuries to when people would gather to honor their ancestors. For a complete list of all spring events, including family programs, Lunar New Year events, and many others, visit www.flushingtownhall.org or call 718-463-7700.  FTH is located at 137-35 Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Through April 11 

Join millions of real butterflies on an amazing journey to a remote and secret hideaway at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), Tuesday to Friday, at 11 a.m., noon and 2 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Follow the monarchs’ journey to the remote mountain peaks of Mexico in a 3D film. For the first time ever, witness the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis, thanks to advanced MRI and micro CT scans. The award-winning production team, including Oscar-winner Peter Parks, followed the year-long migration cycle of the butterflies. Admission is $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. NYSCI is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 4

In the interactive exhibit Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering at the New York Hall of Science, visitors can create and explore a range of high and low tech tools that extend human abilities. The exhibit features a simulated downhill mono-ski course; a DJ station built out of a wheelchair and controlled by the wheels; a touch panel that translates music into vibrations; a hands-free computer mouse, controlled through slight movements of the head, that allows the guest to type messages, edit photos or watch videos; and a neuroprosthetic limb that can be controlled by a person’s thoughts. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Through January 19

For the duration of the Queens Museum’s expansion, Queens-based photographer Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao has been in residence capturing the metamorphosis of the New York City Building. The resulting body of work, “New York City Building Time Lapse, 2009-2013: Photographs by Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao,” presents a series of 37 of Liao’s color photographs, including nine large-format 30 x 72 inch pigment ink prints, and a contact sheet of the same size consisting of 28 other images. Depicted in “Time Lapse” are worn walls in various states of demolition and construction and stairwells lined in original terra cotta tiles, reminiscent of the building’s Beaux-Arts architecture, in contrast with bird’s eye views of barrel-vaulted ceilings, revealing the modernist elements of the Grimshaw redesign. The Queens Museum is located in the New York City Building, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Call 718-592-9700 for more information.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through January 26

“Space Choreographed: Noguchi and Ruth Page” is an exhibit of the Noguchi drawings of avant-garde American dancer and choreographer Ruth Page. This series includes ink wash paintings that abstract the human form. The Noguchi Museum is located at 9-01 33rd Road in LIC. For more information call 718-204-7088.

Through February 23 

Check out the winners of the 2013 annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition at the New York Hall of Science. The annual competition recognizes excellence in photomicrography for images of things visible under a microscope, and this year included more than 100 winners from around the world. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through February 23

Madden NFL: 25 Years and Running, at the Museum of the Moving Image examines the groundbreaking video game franchise Madden NFL. The exhibit takes a look at how the game has evolved and its place in culture, and features five playable games, from the original to the latest release. The Museum of the Moving Image is located at 36-01 35 Avenue in Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Through April 11 

Join millions of real butterflies on an amazing journey to a remote and secret hideaway at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) Tuesday to Friday from 11a.m. to noon and at 2 p.m. Follow the monarchs’ journey to the remote mountain peaks of Mexico in a 3D film. For the first time ever, witness the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly inside a chrysalis, thanks to advanced MRI and micro CT scans. The award-winning production team, including Oscar-winner Peter Parks, followed the year-long migration cycle of the butterflies. Admission is $6 adults; $5 children, students & seniors, plus NYSCI admission. NYSCI is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Through May 4

In the interactive exhibit Human Plus: Real Lives + Real Engineering at the New York Hall of Science, visitors can create and explore a range of high and low tech tools that extend human abilities. The exhibit features a simulated downhill mono-ski course; a DJ station built out of a wheelchair and controlled by the wheels; a touch panel that translates music into vibrations; a hands-free computer mouse, controlled through slight movements of the head, that allows the guest to type messages, edit photos or watch videos; and a neuroprosthetic limb that can be controlled by a person’s thoughts. Free with museum admission. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street, Corona. For more information call 718-699-0005.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

 

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Sunday, January 12

Queens Botanical Garden (QBG) is holding an electronic waste recycling event in partnership with the Lower East Side Ecology Center.  It’s the perfect way to responsibly dispose of all your unwanted or broken gadgets.  Help them meet their goal of 100 tons this January.  The event is being held at the Queens Botanical Garden from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. QBG is located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing. For more information go to info@lesecologycenter.org

QBG is also holding an educational building event where children will make crafts out of recycled and repurposed items. Admission is free, while supplies last and all ages are welcome.  The event starts 1 p.m. at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing.  For more information call 718-886-3800.

Through January 19

For the duration of the Queens Museum’s expansion, Queens-based photographer Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao has been in residence capturing the metamorphosis of the New York City Building. The resulting body of work, “New York City Building Time Lapse, 2009-2013: Photographs by Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao,” presents a series of 37 of Liao’s color photographs, including nine large-format 30 x 72 inch pigment ink prints, and a contact sheet of the same size consisting of 28 other images. Depicted in “Time Lapse” are worn walls in various states of demolition and construction and stairwells lined in original terra cotta tiles, reminiscent of the building’s Beaux-Arts architecture, in contrast with bird’s eye views of barrel-vaulted ceilings, revealing the modernist elements of the Grimshaw redesign. The Queens Museum is located in the New York City Building, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Call 718-592-9700 for more information.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through January 26

“Space Choreographed: Noguchi and Ruth Page” is an exhibit of the Noguchi drawings of avant-garde American dancer and choreographer Ruth Page. This series includes ink wash paintings that abstract the human form. The Noguchi Museum is located at 9-01 33rd Road in LIC. For more information call 718-204-7088.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, December 14

Queensborough Performing Arts Center presents “Karaoke at the Movies: Aladdin.” The program is a family-oriented, interactive film series that encourages total audience participation. The crowd can sing and dance along with their favorite characters on screen! Movies are captioned. A trivia contest will be held before the movie. The most enthusiastic participant will win a $100 cash prize. Tickets for all showings are $5 and can be purchased online at www.visitqpac.org or by calling the box office at 718-631-6311. Queensborough Performing Arts Center is located at 222-05 56th Avenue in Bayside.

At noon, experience “Hands-on History: Snowflakes Are Falling” and celebrate the
winter with Rufus King. Learn about old-fashioned, cold-weather fun, read stories, and make seasonal decorations. Event is free. King Manor Museum is located at150-03 Jamaica Avenue in Jamaica.

Devil Science Theater 3K presents a classic Christmas double feature! “Scrooge” (1951) and “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians” (1964) will be shown at the Laughing Devil Comedy Club, from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at 47-38 Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City. Tickets are $7. For more information call 347-913-3845.

Laughing Devil Comedy Club Special Event at the Astoria Center of Israel, located at 27-35 Crescent Street in Astoria. Tickets are $20.

 Sunday, December 15

Join the Astoria Symphonic Orchestra & Choir in ushering in the holiday season! The evening features Camille Saint-Saëns’ masterpiece “Oratorio de Noël” and Francis Poulenc’s powerful “Gloria.” Adam Eggleston will be the conductor for the evening. The concert begins at 5 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Church, located at 43-19 30th Avenue in Astoria. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 in advance for students/seniors and $ 25/$20 at the door. For more information call 917-300-8695.

At 3 p.m. enjoy “Holidays Around the World.” Take a musical tour with the Queens Symphony Orchestra through diverse cultural traditions, all bound by the common theme of joy, unity and winter at the LeFrak Concert Hall, at 65-30 Kissena Boulevard in Flushing.

Saturdays and Sundays through December 22

The holiday season is upon us and  LIC Flea & Food Holiday Market has all of your gift-giving needs under one roof. The new holiday market will begin on Saturday, December 7 and will be held every Saturday and Sunday until Sunday, December 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., located inside the warehouse attached to the LIC Flea lot at 5-25 46th Avenue.

Through Dec.22

Oliver! The Musical”: A refreshed version of this theater classic, presented in a contemporary Steampunk style with echoes of the darker Charles Dickens original and all the twists at The Secret Theatre, 44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, December 7

Bay Terrace Jewish Center presents, “Cabaret Night.” Cabaret Night features Theatre by the Bay’s leading lady, Jean Ann Kump, and singing impressionist Barry Feterman. It will be an evening of music, comedy and dancing in an intimate, seated cabaret setting. Guests are encouraged to bring their own bottle of wine. Tickets are $22 per person in advance and $25 at the door. For those who reserve a table of eight to 10, tickets cost $20 per person. This event begins at 8 p.m. at the Bay Terrace Jewish Center at 13-00 209th Street in Bayside. For reservations and more information, call 718-428-6363.

The Queens Museum of Art presents “Poets in the Galleries: Charles Bernstein and Susan Bee Explore Queens International 2013.” The Poets in the Galleries series is a program geared towards exploration and discussion. Join the poets for interactive readings and take the opportunity to learn from the poets’ presentation. The Queens Museum is located in the NYC Building in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. For more information, call 718-592-9700.

Temple Beth Sholom, located at 171-39 Northern Boulevard in Flushing, is having its highly anticipated annual bazaar. There will be antiques, more than 40,000 used books, records, paintings and new merchandise of all kinds, including holiday shop, toys, housewares, clothing, yarn, jewelry and cosmetics. Food court and snack bar available. Saturday December 7, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday, December 8, 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and “sell-out day,” Monday, December 9 from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Queens International 2013: Queens World Film Festival joins the Queens Museum’s program with films from Taiwan, Italy, Wales and Iran, along with some from local filmmakers. $4-$8. At the Queens Museum, New York City Building, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. For more information, call 718-592-9700.

Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8

Make a beautiful wreath at the Queens County Farm Museum’s wreath making workshop. All materials will be provided; participants need only bring a garden shear. The workshops will be held at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. Advance payment is required. To register and to pay the $20 fee call 718-347-3276 ext 301. The Queens County Farm Museum is located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Glen Oaks.

Sunday, December 8

The Kupferberg Center for the Arts presents “Holiday Pops” with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and conductor Keith Lockhart. The Holiday Pops concert captures the magic of the Christmas season and the winter charm of New England. Don’t miss new arrangements of seasonal favorites. Santa Claus himself will make a guest appearance. Kick off the holiday season with song and cheer! Tickets are $50-$120. Order online or call the box office, 718-793-8080 for tickets. The Colden Auditorium is located at Reeves Avenue and the Horace Harding Service Road in Flushing.

The Waltz Astoria presents a bright, up-and-coming singer from Northern California, “Nicole!” She will cover the popular music of today and the classic tunes from yester-year. The performance will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. There is an $8 cover charge and a one drink minimum. The Waltz Astoria is located at 23-14 Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria. For more information, call 718-956-8742.

The Queens Botanical Garden invites you to an afternoon of family fun, crafts, live music and holiday magic from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.! Santa Claus will be dropping by.The photograph fee starts at $10. Individuals must be on line by 4 p.m. From 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. take a tour of the winter garden. To put a splendid close to the holiday festivities, the tree lighting ceremony and sing-along will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Garden admission is free. The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing. For more information, call 718-886-3800.

Holiday Pops with The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra: America’s beloved orchestra will perform its signature” Sleigh Ride,” holiday classics and new arrangements of seasonal favorites. At 7:30 pm. At the Kupferberg Center for the Arts, 65-30 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing.

Saturdays and Sundays through December 22

The holiday season is upon us and  LIC Flea & Food Holiday Market has all of your gift-giving needs under one roof. The new holiday market will begin on Saturday, December 7 and will be held every Saturday and Sunday until Sunday, December 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., located inside the warehouse attached to the LIC Flea lot at 5-25 46th Avenue.

Through Dec.22

Oliver! The Musical”: A refreshed version of this theater classic, presented in a contemporary Steampunk style with echoes of the darker Charles Dickens original and all the twists at The Secret Theatre, 44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, November 30

NYC Urban Park Rangers is organizing a vigorous hike through Alley Pond Park’s forested trails. Comfortable shoes or boots, a bottle of water and a light snack is recommended for all participants to bring. Meet up will take place at 11 a.m. at the Alley Pond Park Adventure Center, between the Grand Central Parkway and Winchester Boulevard. This event is free. For more information, call 718-846-2713.

Sunday, December 1

Join Brooklyn All-Star Center Brook Lopez for a morning of basketball instruction and fun at the “2013 Citi Brook Lopez Basketball Pro Camp.” This event begins at 9 a.m. at Queens College’s Fitzgerald Gymnasium, located at 65-30 Kissena Boulevard in Flushing. For more information, call 718-997-4710.

Urban Park Rangers is hosting “Nature Photography: Winter Landscapes” at Rockaway Beach and Boardwalk. This photography program is for digital cameras and you must provide your own camera. DSLR cameras are preferred, though all cameras are welcome. Participants are asked to meet up at Beach 67 Street and the Boardwalk at 11 a.m. This event is free. For more information, call 718-846-2731.

Come and light the menorah at Flushing Town Hall. Celebrate Hanukkah with award-wining storyteller Robin Bady, as she shares her favorite stories and songs. Bady will be accompanied by violinist Deni Bonet. It will be a day of miracles, menorahs, dreidels and dancing! There are two opportunities to join the festivities at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 for the general public and $5 for members and children. Flushing Town Hall is located at 137-35 Northern Boulevard, at the corner of Linden Place, in Flushing. For more information, call 718-463-7700.

The New York Hall of Science presents, “Make it! Block Printing.” Make small, block printed pillows, holiday cards and envelopes. Participants are also welcome to bring their own t-shirts and fabric to print on. This event is recommended for age 5 and up. Tickets are $ 5 per parent/child pair ($3 for members), plus admissions to the museum. Register on the day of the event at the NYSCI admissions area. This drop-in workshop takes place at 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, email rbingham@nysci.org. The New York Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111th Street in Corona.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, November 23

The Shops at Atlas Park, located at 80-00 Cooper Avenue in Glendale, will have its annual tree lighting ceremony from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will include a live DJ, stilt walkers, carolers, giveaways and Santa Claus arrives around 5:50 pm. Free. For more information visit www.shopatlaspark.com/events.

Sunday, November 24

KH & H Liquors presents, “Free wine and Spirit tasting- Santa Marina, Romanoff and Crop Organic vodka.” The wine and spirit tasting will be held from noon until 3 p.m. at KH & H Liquors, located at 32-50 Vernon Boulevard Long Island City. This event is free, so bring friends! For more information call 718-267-2992.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, November 16

Queensborough Performing Arts Center presents “90’s Boy Bands Concert Reunion: All-4-One and Color me Badd.” Break out your cassettes, your tattoo chokers and overalls! It’s time you partied like it was 1991! Tickets for all seats are $45. The performance begins at 8 p.m. at QPAC 222-05 56th Avenue Bayside. For tickets and more information call 718-631-6311 or visit  www.visitqpac.org.

Black Spectrum Theatre presents, “Smell the Power,” a story about a contemporary Queens family that explores generational and socio-economic issues faced by black families. The show begins at 8 p.m. at the Black Spectrum Theatre, 177th Street and Baisley Boulevard Jamaica. Tickets are $30. For more information call 718-723-1800.

Sunday, November 17

MoMA P.S. 1 presents “A new commission by Future Brown with DIS and Thunderhorse Ent.” Future Brown is a project comprised of artist and composer Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda. Accompanying future, digital media platform DIS converts the VW Dome into two basketball courts with a projection screen. This event is from 4 until 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 the day of starting at noon.  MoMA P.S. 1 is located at 22-25 Jackson Avenue Long Island City. For tickets and more information call 718-784-2084.

The Parkside Players present “A Christmas Carol.” The show begins at 2 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church on Union Turnpike and the corner of 71st Road Forest Hills. Tickets are $14 general admission and $12 for seniors and students. For tickets and more information call 718-353-7388.

One weekend every month, Maker Space at the New York Hall of Science has “Wildcard Weekend.” Wildcard Weekend is the time for trying out new workshop ideas. On Sunday, November 17 learn about circuit design and paper engineering. Make your own electric pop-up card. This event is recommended for kids 10 years and older. Admission is $10 and $8 for NYYSCI members. Register the day of the event for the drop-in workshops held from 1:30 to 3 p.m. and 3:30 until 5p.m. Space is limited. For more information email rbingham@nycsi.org.

Through January 24 

On Saturdays and Sundays or Wednesday through Friday take the opportunity to watch “Jungle Girl” in Tut’s Fever Movie Palace. “Jungle Girl” is a classic movie serial starring Frances Gifford and Tom Neal. This 15 episode serial is filled with stunts, lion-wrestling, battles with quicksand and villainy! It was one of the earliest films to star a female protagonist. Screenings are 1 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays at the Museum of Moving Image at 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria. For more information call 718-777-6888.

Through January 25

Art in the Garden: Deconstructed Flowers at the Queens Botanical Garden Visitor and Administration Building. Gallery Photographer H. David Stein’s intricate photographs give flowers a particularly layered, multi-dimensional presence, See flowers angles you thought impossible! The Queens Botanical Garden is located at 43-50 Main Street Flushing. For more information call 718-463-0263.

Through March 31

Legacy: Photographs Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum of American Art at the Fisher Landau Center for Arts. The collection includes 419 works, namely installations, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etc. by numerous key figures in contemporary American Art. FREE. Exhibition hours are Thursday through Monday, noon to 5 p.m. The Fisher Landau Center for Arts is located at 38-27 30th Street Long Island City. For more information call 718-937-0727.

Ongoing

Bring your friends, bring a scarf and gloves and remember to lace up tight! Ice skating season has begun at World Ice Arena at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park! Admission is $5 for all ages on weekdays and $8 on weekends and holidays. To rent skates be sure to bring socks and an additional $5. Monday through Friday the rink is open from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. On weekends it is open: 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday nights; noon. until 4:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. until 9:50 p.m. Saturdays and noon  until 4:45 on Sundays. Information is subject to change, to inquire about any changes call 718-760-9001. World Ice Arena is located at Avery Avenue and 131st Street Flushing.

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Saturday, November 9

The New York Irish Center presents folk singer/songwriter Mickey Coleman in concert. Brought up in Ardboe Co. Tyrone, Coleman comes from a rich background of artists and musicians.  See this former GAA all-Ireland medalist (2003) perform 8 p.m.  Tickets are $22 and $11 for students and seniors. The NY Irish Center is located at 10-40 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City. For more information, call 718-482-0909

Sunday, November 10

Join the Bayside Historical Society for its autumn wine tasting at 2 p.m. The afternoon will include a variety of fine wines and a selection of hors d’oeuvres from Dominick Bruccoleri of Papazzio restaurant of Bayside. Reservations are required. Tickets for this event are $45 for Bayside Historical Society members and $50 for non-members. For questions and reservations call 718-352-1548. The Bayside Historical society is located at 208 Totten Avenue Bayside.

Through November 10 

Howard Hawks (1896–1977) was the flawless Hollywood director whose distinct personal style can be seen in classics such as “Scarface,” “To Have and Have Not,” “His Girl Friday,” “Twentieth Century” and “Rio Bravo.” The film series presents a 39-film retrospective of the great American director who made films in almost every conceivable genre, while maintaining a style that was direct, energetic, and lucid. Series highlights include new, rarely seen, and/or restored archival 35mm prints of “Ball of Fire”(1942); “I Was a Male War Bride” (1949); “Scarface “(1932); “The Dawn Patrol “(1930); “Only Angels Have Wings”(1939); as well as the silent feature “Fig Leaves” (1927) and much more. All films shown are directed by Howard Hawks, unless otherwise noted and all titles will be shown on film. At the Museum of the Moving Image

Through  November 30

The Eclipses Group Theater, in collaboration with The Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY, presents “Raus! Get Outta Here!” a play by M. Reppas and T. Papathanasiou. The play satirizes the current social milieu and financial problems currently affecting Greece.  Six different characters from all walks of contemporary Greek society all conspire in getting a grant from the European Union by establishing a fake cultural organization. Trouble and some big laughs ensue when a German commissioner suddenly shows up to check on their organization’s legitimacy. The play is directed by Ioanna Katsarou, the director of last year’s sold-out success “The In-Laws for Tirana.” Performances are at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 3 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets for adults are $20 and $ 15 for students and seniors. To purchase tickets, call 347-357-3195; all major credit cards accepted. The play’s venue is Stathakeion Cultural Center, 22-51 29th Street Astoria. NOTE: The play will be performed in Greek with English subtitles.

EVERYTHING KIDS EXPO – Sunday, November 10, Brooklyn’s Aviator Sports and Events Center

The Everything Kids Expo, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., will showcase numerous resources for Brooklyn parents, where they can interact with other parents, children, exhibitors and experts. Attendees will be updated with the latest information about local classes, schools, financial planning, health, home improvement and much more. There will also be free giveaways, raffle prizes and activities for children.

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Saturday, November 2 – Sunday, November 3

Bring the family to “Wildlife Weekends” at the Queens County Farm. This pay-one-price event features birds of prey and bug exhibits, animal shows and feeding as well as hayrides. Admission is $ 9 for the general public and FREE for farm members. The event begins at 11 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. The Queens County Farm is located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway. For more information call 718-347-3276.

Through November 10 

Howard Hawks (1896–1977) was the flawless Hollywood director whose distinct personal style can be seen in classics such as “Scarface,” “To Have and Have Not,” “His Girl Friday,” “Twentieth Century” and “Rio Bravo.” The film series presents a 39-film retrospective of the great American director who made films in almost every conceivable genre, while maintaining a style that was direct, energetic, and lucid. Series highlights include new, rarely seen, and/or restored archival 35mm prints of “Ball of Fire”(1942); “I Was a Male War Bride” (1949); “Scarface “(1932); “The Dawn Patrol “(1930); “Only Angels Have Wings”(1939); as well as the silent feature “Fig Leaves” (1927) and much more. All films shown are directed by Howard Hawks, unless otherwise noted and all titles will be shown on film. At the Museum of the Moving Image

Through  November 30

The Eclipses Group Theater, in collaboration with The Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY, presents “Raus! Get Outta Here!” a play by M. Reppas and T. Papathanasiou. The play satirizes the current social milieu and financial problems currently affecting Greece.  Six different characters from all walks of contemporary Greek society all conspire in getting a grant from the European Union by establishing a fake cultural organization. Trouble and some big laughs ensue when a German commissioner suddenly shows up to check on their organization’s legitimacy. The play is directed by Ioanna Katsarou, the director of last year’s sold-out success “The In-Laws for Tirana.” Performances are at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 3 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets for adults are $20 and $ 15 for students and seniors. To purchase tickets, call 347-357-3195; all major credit cards accepted. The play’s venue is Stathakeion Cultural Center, 22-51 29th Street Astoria. NOTE: The play will be performed in Greek with English subtitles.

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James Darren

Saturday, October 19

On Saturday, October 19 at 8 p.m., former teen idol and television sensation James Darren teams up with funnyman Sal Richards for an evening of music and laughter at Queensborough Performing Arts Center (QPAC). “QPAC is the only place you can see James Darren share the stage with Sal Richards.  Every time you come to QPAC, you’re seeing something you can’t see any place else,” said Susan Agin, Executive Director. For more information, contact the QPAC Box Office at 718-631-6311. Tickets are available online at Visit Box Office and don’t forget to visit them on Facebook!

The Secret Children’s Theater presents “Princess Particular,” a children’s musical by Richard Mazda. The performance begins promptly at 2 p.m. Admission is $10 children/$15 adults/ $40 four person family pack. 44-02 23rd Street (between 44th Road and 44th Avenue) Long Island City

Through Sunday, October 20

Explore the life and legacy of a scientific icon in the new exhibition “Tesla’s Wonderful World of Electricity” at the New York Hall of Science. Scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla held nearly 300 patents in 26 countries. His contributions range from the alternating current (AC) motor to X-rays, remote controls and fluorescent lighting. Tesla’s Wonderful World of Electricity presents working models of his inventions, models of his laboratories and plants, photographic reproductions, and a narrative about Tesla’s life and work. Free with NYSCI admission. Tesla’s Wonderful World of Electricity is presented in collaboration with the Nikola Tesla Museum of Belgrade, Serbia. The Hall of Science is located at 47-01 111 Street, Corona. For more info, call 718-699-0005

Saturdays and Sundays through October 27

Long Island City is home to the newest flea and food market in New York, LIC Flea & Food, every weekend, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., through October 27. Enjoy some great eats, find a hidden treasure in the market, discover new artists and great local vendors all while taking in breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Located at 5-25 46th Avenue, LIC Flea is just blocks  from the 7, E, M and G trains as well as the East River Ferry and parking across the street. Bring your friends and family to kick off the start of a perfect weekend. For more information, visit, www.licflea.com.

Through October 27

Celebrate fall and get lost in the three-acre Amazing Maize Maze at the Queens County Farm Museum. The adventure will begin with the “stalk talk,” a group interactive that prepares you for the challenges of finding your way through the maze, recognizing clues and solving puzzles. Maze will be open from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. but if you are feeling up to the challenge, be sure to be a part of Maze by the Moonlight on Saturdays, October 5 and 12 when the maze will be open until 9 p.m. admission is $9. For more information, call 718-347-3276.

Through November 10 

Howard Hawks (1896–1977) was the flawless Hollywood director whose distinct personal style can be seen in classics such as “Scarface,” “To Have and Have Not,” “His Girl Friday,” “Twentieth Century” and “Rio Bravo.” The film series presents a 39-film retrospective of the great American director who made films in almost every conceivable genre, while maintaining a style that was direct, energetic, and lucid. Series highlights include new, rarely seen, and/or restored archival 35mm prints of “Ball of Fire”(1942); “I Was a Male War Bride” (1949); “Scarface “(1932); “The Dawn Patrol “(1930); “Only Angels Have Wings”(1939); as well as the silent feature “Fig Leaves” (1927) and much more. All films shown are directed by Howard Hawks, unless otherwise noted and all titles will be shown on film. At the Museum of the Moving Image

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Saturday, August 10

From noon to 4p.m., the New York Hall of Science offers “Summer of Stars: Astronomy.” Participants can make constellations on sun print paper, learn about rockets and even explore the sun using solar telescopes, according to the event site. For more information, visit www.nysci.org/visit/events.

The Queens Botanical Garden presents “Music in the Garden: Irish/Celtic/Folk Fiddler, Tony DeMarco.” Brooklyn native Tony DeMarco combines elements of Celtic with American folk on the fiddle to deliver a rare experience exclusive to New York in “Music in the Garden.” Listeners are invited to bring snacks and the event is free with garden admission. Performance will be played from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. For more information, visit www.queensbotanical.org/programs/events

Every Saturday in August 

MoMA PS1 , located in Long Island City, is the home of the Warm Up Party, a celebration of architecture that combines music and art. Every year a new architect installs a new design for courtyard grandeur. The Warm Up Party is free for all MoMA members and people with proof of residency in Long Island City. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. For more information, call 718-784-2084.

Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park will host the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival. The multi-cultural event includes two days of Dragon Boat Racing, a variety of performances, and a multi-ethnic food court. The event is free and races will be held on Meadow Lake within the park rain-or-shine. Bring the entire family and have a blast as over 170 teams and more than 2,000 participants compete with each other and celebrate the “Year of the Rabbit.” From 9a.m. until 5p.m. both days.

Saturdays and Sundays through August and September

Socrates Sculpture Park presents Parting, an innovative installation in Long Island City, which combines green initiatives, artistry, and architecture. The design incorporates elevated thresholds and slopes, nets, chain links, and hybrid framing structures to create a state-of-the-art design. Appropriately located in one of the city’s fastest growing neighborhoods, which is also home to an expanding art scene, Parting encompasses elements of modernism and curiosity.  Parting is located on 43-29 Crescent Street, in a converted asphalt parking lot adjacent to M. Wells Steakhouse. The lot will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday through to 2014. Parting is the first art design project located in the lot and the first project of Socrates Sculpture Park outside of its park in northern Long Island City. The development is supported by Rockrose Development Corporation and engineered by native New York architects Jerome W. Haferd and K. Brandt Knapp. For further information, visit www.socratessculpturepark.org

The New York Hall of Science’s 3D theater is showing “The Last Reef,” an underwater journey that explores the unrivaled biodiversity of coral reefs. “The Last Reef” draws parallels between coral reefs, underwater centers vital to marine life, and cities, which bustle with human exchange. While this 3-dimensional feature is an entertaining experience, it also communicates the disturbing reality that coral reefs, which have been perhaps the most enduring and essential life forms in Earth’s history, are being threatened with extinction as a result of human pollution. Screening times are Monday through Friday 11:30 a.m. and 2:15 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Recommended for ages 6 and older. For more information, visit nysci.org/visit/events/event/3dlastreef

Sunday, August 11

From 2 to 4 p.m., families with younger children are invited to experience “Little Makers: Ice Cream, You Scream…” a program that allows families to create their own flavors of ice cream. Part of the “Little Makers” project, which captures the creativity of young children with structured collaborative design, “Ice Cream, You Scream” is a fun and effective engagement. Cost is $8 per family in addition to NYSCI admission.

The Noguchi Museum will host “Music in the Garden,” a public program which delivers innovative, contemporary music every second Sunday of the summer. From 3 to 5 p.m., Canadian pianist Vicky Chow, member of Bang on Can Music, will perform in the Noguchi Museum’s sculpture garden. Chow’s diverse range of accomplishments includes working as a classical and contemporary soloist, chamber musician, and company musician. For more information, visit www.noguchi.org/programs/public.

Flushing Town Hall introduces Music from Morocco, part of the Town Hall’s free concert series. Moroccan band Layali El Andalous will use instruments characteristic of Moroccan music such as the “oud,” “bendir” and “dumbek” to offer a glimpse of authentic North African music. No reservation or tickets required, and attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, visit www.flushingtownhall.org.

Through August 24 

The Museum of Moving Image features a series that examines acclaimed director Wong Kar-wai. Kar-wai rose to prominence with his science fiction epic “2046,” which stars Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi and explores the themes of time and love. His new movie “The Grandmaster” reunites Leung and Ziyi while revolutionizing the martial arts genre. The series will feature Kar-wai’s most celebrated works, which include “Days of Being Wild” on August 4, “As Tears Go By” on August 9, “The Grandmaster” on August 10, “My Blueberry Nights” on August 18, “In The Mood For Love” on August 23, and “2046” on August 24. An online symposium on “Reverse Shot” will supplement the series. For more information, visit www.movingimage.us.

Through August 31

The Queens Botanical Garden hosts the EcoHouse exhibit, part of the Community Environmental EcoHouse. The EcoHouse offers a progressive, advanced, hands-on opportunity for people of all ages to see behind walls and underneath the floors of a modern home and the structures necessary to maintain homes. The EcoHouse teaches how to salvage energy by saving money, and preserving natural ecosystems. Exhibit is free with admission to the garden. For more information, visit www.queensbotanical.org/programs/events.

Through August and September 

The Museum of Moving Image will screen “Single Stream” by Powel Wojtasik, Toby Lee, and Ernst Karel. Focused on the themes of excess, waste, and the consequences of a high-consuming culture, “Single Stream” offers a reflection of American society by exploring a recovery facility in Charlestown, Massachusetts, which sorts out refuse that is processed daily for recycling. The audience discovers the systems upon which the plant is run and captures the intricate processes contrived to treat the immense amount of waste Americans produce on a daily basis. For more information, visit www.movingimage.us.

Through September 1 

The New York Hall of Science presents “Space Junk: 3D,” which examines the science behind collisions that occur around Earth’s orbit. This theater presentation takes the audience over 20,000 miles from Earth’s surface in examining the danger of excess debris in space and the possible methods to preserve Earth’s orbits. “Space Junk” employs visually enthralling effects with pragmatic themes to creative an educational and entertaining experience. Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for children and seniors, plus NYSCI admission. Showings are daily. For more information, visit www.nysci.org/visit/events.

The New York Hall of Science explores the physics of airplane engineering in “3D Theater Presentation: Legends of Flight.” Included is the first public flight of the revolutionary Airbus A380 and 787. In addition to NYSCI admission, cost is $6 for adults, $5 for children and senior citizens. Daily screening time is 1:30 p.m. For further information, visit www.nysci.org/visit/events.

Through Sunday, October 27

The Museum of Moving Image presents “From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White’s Transformation in ‘Breaking Bad”, as part of its main exhibition “Behind the Screen”. “Breaking Bad” follows the life of high school chemistry teacher Walter White who is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and turns to cooking meth to ensure his family is financially stable. “From Mr. Chips to Scarface” explores how the filmmakers signify Walter’s metamorphosis though the use of props, costumes, and color schemes. Among the props on display are Walter’s yellow oxford shirt and khaki pants as well as HAZMAT suit, gas mask, apron and boots. For more information, visit www.movingimage.us.

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