OUT & ABOUT IN QUEENS NOV. 4-10
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SUNDAY, NOV. 7
7. BATTING CAGES GRAND OPENING
AND OPEN HOUSE
The indoor fitness space and batting cages
at Commonpoint Queens are now open for
business. Enjoy its grand opening ribboncutting
and open house, where you can
tour the space, try out the batting cages
and sample its baseball training program.
Advanced registration is required.
Tanenbaum Family Pool
58-25 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck
8. BHS VINTAGE CAR SHOW
Ride back in time with Bayside Historical
Society’s classic car show. A variety of
vintage and antique automobiles will be
showcased on the lawn of the Castle at Fort
Totten. For car registration information and
pricing, contact organizer Jim Barnes at
917-428-4499 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Bayside Historical Society
208 Totten Ave., Bayside
MONDAY, NOV. 8
9. OPEN MIC NIGHT
Hosted by Tim Shea, T he Joy of Ranting:
Open Mic gives people six minutes to do
anything. Guarantee your spot in the lottery
in advance by purchasing a suggested
donation ticket in advance, or you can
purchase a spectator ticket to watch. The
lottery is drawn at 9 p.m. and the show
starts at 9:15 p.m.
552 Grandview Ave., Ridgewood
10. AFTER WORK KARAOKE
If you’re looking for something to spice up
your Monday nights, check out this karaoke
event. Entry is free before 7 p.m. There are
cash prizes, food and beverages available.
Hall of Fame Studios
89-37 164th St., Jamaica
Admission: $10 and up
TUESDAY, NOV. 9
11. CUEBALL COMEDY
Laugh away your terrible Tuesday with at
Cueball Comedy. Hosted by Sanket Alekar
and Brett Singer, this event features
comedians from Conan, Fallon, HBO,
Comedy Central and more.
Mc Loughlin Astoria Bar
3106 Broadway, Astoria
12. MUSIC & MOVEMENT FOR BABIES
Music & Movement” is a musical experience
designed for babies and toddlers (0 months
to 3 years), accompanied by a parent
or caregiver. CenterStage Debut is an
opportunity to expose very young ears to
a selection of children’s favorites, classical
tunes and some standards that parents
and caregivers can’t help but sing along to.
Prior registration is required, and there are
13532 38th Ave., Flushing
Admission: $30 per class
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10
13. LOUIS ARMSTRONG LEGACY
MONTHLY JAZZ JAM
Monthly Jazz Jams return live at Flushing
Town Hall on the second Wednesday of
every month. Open to professional jazz
musicians, graduate students studying jazz,
music educators and serious hobbyists,
this event invites musicians to perform
at Flushing Town Hall. All are welcome,
regardless of the instrument — vocalists
included. Their Steinway baby grand and
drum kit are available at each jam session.
Even if you don’t play, jazz lovers are still
encouraged to come and enjoy the night.
Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing
Admission: $10 (free for members, students
14. HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE
Join the Off School Grounds Coalition
for their First Annual Holiday Toy Drive.
Start the holiday season right and bring an
unwrapped gift to share the joy with children
who are less fortunate. Due to COVID, they
are only accepting new, unwrapped gifts.
The One Boutique Hotel
137-72 Northern Blvd., Flushing
Admission: $20 with a toy, $40 without a toy