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She’s On Point: A Celebration of Girls in Sports - Women’s History
Month continues with She’s On Point as they celebrate female athlete
achievements and introduce young girls and boys to sports at Al Oerter
Recreation Center. A variety of sports clinics and demonstrations ranging
from traditional to alternative sports are occurring thanks to partnerships
with local colleges, sports organizations and contributions of
NYC Parks Public. Professional athletes and coaches have also been
invited to talk about their pathway to their career in sports.
When: Sunday, March 24 from noon to 3 p.m.
Where: Al Oerter Recreation Center, 131-40 Fowler Ave.
Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market - MoMa PS1 is bringing
Come Together back again for its third year. MoMa PS1 and famous
record shop Other Music have joined to offer live performances, films,
workshops and panels to celebrate international and local music communities,
along with a market featuring more than 75 label records.
This event is bringing the record store experience back for the weekend.
When: Saturday, March 23 at noon
Where: MoMA PS1 22-25 Jackson Ave., Queens
Cost: $5 per child/$15 maximum per
11 Queens Library Presents
Inspiring Women in
Science: Bingo! - March is bringing
you a month filled with Women’s
History Month, so here’s another
one for your midweek day. Queens
Library at Langston Hughes is inviting
you to play Bingo to learn about
the fifty amazing notable women in
science fields ranging from astronomy
to chemistry to biology to
physics and more. Stay up-to-date
with local libraries as many more
of these events will continue until
the end of the month. You can also
meet inspiring women in science
working throughout New York City
as they discuss their career paths
and engage in hands-on workshops.
When: Sunday, March 23, from 3 to
Where: 193-20 Horace Harding
Expressway, Fresh Meadows
SUNDAY, MARCH 24
12 Rock and Roll Royalty -
Identical twins of Ricky
Nelson, Matthew and Gunnar
Nelson, join with Bobby Brooks
Wilson, son of Jackie Wilson,
onstage to pay tribute to both
their legendary fathers. Held at Our
Lady of Blessed Sacrament Church,
this event will celebrate a generation
of both classic rock ‘n’ roll and R&B
as they perform their billboard hits
like Nelson’s “Hello Mary Lou” and
“Travelin Man.” Bobby Brooks Wilson
will exhibit the moves and singing
style of his father while performing
songs such as “Lonely Teardrops” and
When: Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m.
Where: Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament
Church, 34-45 202nd St., Bayside
13 Underneath a Magical
Moon: A Reimagining
of Peter Pan - Flushing Town
Hall is bringing you a magical
performance of tutti frutti and
York Theatre Royal’s “reimagination”
of the story of Peter Pan
as told by Wendy that families
will enjoy. With help from leading
playwright British playwright Mike
Kenny, this enchanting production
musical will have you imagine yourself
When: Sunday, March 24 at 2:15 p.m.
Where: Flushing Town Hall, 137-35
Northern Blvd., Flushing
Cost: $14/$10 members/$8 children/$
6 member children/ FREE for
MONDAY, MARCH 25
15 Hard to Love: Essays and
- Brian Hopper, author of “Hard
to Love: Essays and Confessions,”
gets together in conversation with
Joanna Scutts, author of “The Extra
Woman: How Marjorie Hills Led
a Generation of Women to Live
Alone and Like It.” Hopper’s book
highlights female friendships, sibling
relationships, self-reliance and more
as she reminds everyone to spread
love all around.
When: Monday, March 25, at 7 p.m.
Where: The Astoria Bookshop, 31-29
31st St., Astoria
16 Astoria Women’s Improv
Show - Go and join the
local ladies of Astoria in Q.E.D. as
they perform an improv that, well,
you wouldn’t expect but will have you
hysterical. These women have just
completed the level one Hallet’s Cove
Theater improv class. So go and see
what they have whipped up. As they
put it, it’s a performance of local lady
When: Monday, March 25 from 8 to
Where: Q.E.D., 27-16 23rd Ave.,
TUESDAY, MARCH 26
17 Tuesday Morning Music
Club of Douglaston - A free
concert commemorating the works
of classical music featured by a
program presented by performing
club members. There will be
duets sung by Julie and Ron Meixsell
and solo arias from Mozart’s the
Magic Flute along with music by Orff,
Holst and Pearson. Compositions by
Debussy, Verdi and Morricone will be
performed by clarinetist Gene Keyes.
All performances will be accompanied
by Aglaia Messina, pianist.
When: Tuesday, March 26 from 11
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: 39-50 Douglaston Pkwy., Little
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
18 St. John’s Soul Cypher - St.
John’s University is having its
first-ever soul cypher. It’s an intimate
night where artists will present their
stories through their creative talents.
You can also be considered to be a
part of the experience and share your
story by sending in your submissions.
Find your artistic voice.
When: Wednesday, March 27 from
7:30 to 10 p.m.
Where: St. John’s University Little
Theatre 8000 Utopia Pkwy., Jamaica