FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com MARCH 3, 2016 • BUZZ • THE QUEENS COURIER 59 buzz and free for Bayside Historical Society members. The Bayside Historical Society can be found on 208 Totten Ave. in Bayside. Alley Pond Environmental Center is having a “Young Chefs” youth cooking class to teach kids how to prepare pepperoni roll-ups fi lled with cheese and herbs along with fruit smoothies. Register now at the center’s website as the event is limited to eight participants. The class is from noon to 1:30 p.m. and the registration fee is $18 for members and $24 for non-members. Alley Pond Environmental Center is on 228-06 Northern Blvd. in Little Neck. St. Francis DeSales Church in the Rockaways will kick off the 41st annual St. Patrick’s Day parade with a Mass for peace and justice in Ireland at 9:30 p.m. with the actual parade beginning at 1 p.m. sharp starting from Beach 130th Street and up Newport Ave. before ending by the St. Camillus parking lot on 100th Street where there will be a parade awards ceremony with trophies for honorees and winners. Admission is free and all are welcome. The church is located on 129th Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard in Rockaway Beach. SUNDAY, MARCH 6 Niall O’Leary of the Irish School of Dance and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s former director of Arts, Culture and Tourism Lenwood Sloan will be hosting a dance workshop titled The Cultural Crossroads of Ireland & Africa exploring the cultural intersections of Irish and African-American dance at Flushing Town Hall. Admission the 2:15 p.m. show will be $7 for general admission, $4 for members and free for members. Members must call the box offi ce and reserve tickets to attend the workshop. Flushing Town Hall is located on 137-35 Northern Blvd. in Flushing. The Con Brio Ensemble will be performing at the Voelker-Orth Museum at 2 p.m. The nonprofi t organization will be playing chamber music featuring a number of styles and instruments. The museum is located on 149-19 38th Ave. in Flushing. The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden, NYC’s oldest beer garden, presents the Vinyl Revolution Record Show featuring an all-day set by DJ Laura Rebel Angel. The event will have 55 different vendor tables in two rooms selling thousands of rare collectible vinyl records. The show will begin at 11 a.m. and go on until 5 p.m. and will be charging $3 admission. Early admission is available for $5. The Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden can be found on 29-19 24th Ave. in Astoria. Ten years strong, Fertile Ground New Works Showcase will be at Green Space Studio at 7 p.m. The non-curated showcase will feature both emerging and established artists such as the ASHA Dance Company, Grazia Capri and Katelyn Halpern, among others. The event will include a post-performance discussion moderated by Green Space Artistic Director Valerie Green. Wine and cheese will be offered. EDITOR’S PICK MONDAY, MARCH 7 Adults seeking to become familiar with the basics of operating a computer can come to the Queens Library at Richmond Hill, which is hosting an adult computer class beginning at 12:30 p.m. The class will cover various basic functions such as using the keyboard and the mouse. The Richmond Hill branch of the Queens Library is located on 118-14 Hillside Ave. TUESDAY, MARCH 9 Violinist Miroslav Hristov, violist Yuri Gandelsman and pianist Vladimir Valjarevic are performing a tribute to Czech chamber music composer Bohuslav Martin in the Kurzweil Recital Hall (room H144 in the Humanities Building) at Queens Community College. All three performers have performed to critical acclaim across the globe and have had their work distributed through labels such as Sony, Naxos, Centaur and Melodiya. Admission is free and the concert starts at 12:30 p.m. Queens Community College is on 222-05 56th Ave. in Bayside. TO HAVE YOUR EVENT APPEAR HERE POST IT @ QNS.COM A fun day with the family can be found at the New York Hall of Science’s workshop on how to make a bubble-blower from everyday objects and recycled materials. The workshop will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 6, and will charge $8 per family on top of NYSCI admission. Discounts of $5 per family are available to members. Be sure to wear old clothes you don’t mind getting messy. The New York Hall of Science is on 47-01 111th St. in Corona.
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