FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com JUNE 16, 2016 • BUZZ • THE QUEENS COURIER 75 buzz Local Showcase Cinema presents “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls,” an animated movie for young kids, at 10:30 a.m., 2855 Ulmer St., Whitestone. The movie follows Princess Twilight, who gets her crown stolen and goes on a mission to fi nd the thief. The showing is part of a series of family matinees at Showcase theatres. The Bonnie Brass & Boil Summer Crawfi sh Boil event will be held at 29-12 23rd Ave., beginning from 2 p.m. Join them on Saturday, June 18, for a New Orleans-style crawfi sh boil. The Jazz Fest-inspired menu will feature crawfi sh with corn and potatoes, savory and sweet beignets, fried green tomatoes, gumbo, and plenty of Hurricanes and Abita beer to wash it all down. The Stumblebum Brass Band will take the stage at 6 p.m., followed by the Beat Street Brass Band at 8:30 p.m. Individual $5 tickets will be sold at the event in carnival style—two tickets for a pound of crawfi sh, one ticket for a beer, etc. Roll up your sleeves and come dig in! Global Partnership for Emerging Leaders Pride Event will be held at 35-37 36th St., Long Island City, from 3 to 6 p.m. Join in celebrating Pride Month! Wine/ beer, good music, good company, great outdoor space above the Studio Square Beer Garden. All proceeds go toward their work of empowering LGBTQ emerging leaders from around the globe. Early Bird Special: $15.00 + $1.82 fee (until May 31st). GPEL Supporter: $20.00 + $2.09 fee (until June 19th). Or $25.00 at the door. PSOAS Release Party with Jonathan Gitzgordon will be held at 107-40 Queens Blvd., Suite 206, Forest Hills at 3:30 p.m. A free and happy psoas muscle allows the body to move with peak effi - ciency and little strain. Your psoas muscle is the main hip fl exor of the body and the main engine of walking. It is essentially responsible for holding us upright while standing. Issues with the psoas can lead to any number of problems throughout your body—both physical and emotional. Lower back pain and other joint discomfort as well as disturbances to the nervous system can be linked to the psoas. If you are interested in muscle and general health, this event is for you. This is not a yoga class. HOLDING SPACE, Sculpture Center’s new threepart summer music series, will bring together artists and musicians from the cutting edge of music production for intimate concerts organized by guest programmer Sam Hillmer. Holding Space will feature Abdu Ali, Das Audit and Cayman Gooddroid. The event will be held at 44-19 Purves St., LIC, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets to each performance are $10 each, including one complimentary beverage. Lineups are subject to change. SUNDAY, JUNE 19 The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection presents a Summer Treasure Bake and Book Sale. Join them in their annual summer sale that supports their historical church and senior lunch program. The event will be held at 85-09 118 St., Kew Gardens, at 3:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.ressurectionrichmondhill.com A live Jazz brunch event will be held at 42-21 Broadway, Long Island City, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. An Astoria staple, Dandana Lounge, changes up their vibe for this fantastic brunch event! Dandana Brunches is an amalgamation of American and Middle Eastern inspired cuisine made fresh in home-cooked style! With their adorable corner café and outdoor seating, this is a neighborhood gem not to be missed! Unlimited Bloody Mary or Mimosas only $12 and no cover/no min for jazz by Jordan Piper and friends. Reservations welcome for prime seating! Emails should be directed to DandanaAstoria@gmail.com Rego Park Jewish Center will be having a Singles Social and Dance on Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 6 p.m. at 97-30 Queens Blvd., between 64th and 65th roads, Rego Park. $10 per person. Dance to the music of D.J. Andrew Forman; refreshments served. For more information, visit www.rpjc.org. Bridge and Tunnel Brewery hosts a beer event from 1 to 9 p.m., located at 15-35 Decatur St., Flushing. Bridge and Tunnel Brewery is a Queensbased, nano-scale micro-brewery launched by Rich Castagna. With over 10 years of brewing experience, Castagna enjoys brewing and drinking darker beers with a fl avorful kick. The current line inclines toward beers that are colorful in the glass, as well as on the plate. Even better, this event is free! Lorimoto Art Gallery will be hosting an event at 1623 Hancock St., Ridgewood. from 1 to 6 p.m. In addition to their studio spaces, they will be devoting approximately 1,200 square feet to gallery and showroom space. Art and furniture will be on display in this showing as well as curated shows and events in this former knitting factory. For more information, email email@example.com. MONDAY, JUNE 20 Children ages 6 to 18 months are invited to this morning event for nursery rhymes, books and singing at Ridgewood Library, 20-12 Madison St., Ridgewood, from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Caregivers must be present. This event is free. Registration not required. TUESDAY, JUNE 21 Professionalizing Your Family Business is a free educational session that will take place at 36-46 37th St., Long Island City, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Family-owned businesses are usually organized in a very informal way. The purpose of this workshop is to help build a foundation to professionalize your business and develop healthy family relationships. There is no cost to attend, but space is limited. For more info and to secure your spot, RSVP at www.queensny.org/qedc/business/ events/?date=2016-06-21. This program is designed for family members from a family business. Play Bingo on Tuesday night. Games start at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) There will be cash prizes, friendly games and lots of fun! All adults 18+ welcome. $4 admission includes 12 games. Play special games like Jackpot, Early Bird Share the Wealth game, Diamond Share the Wealth game and Tri-color game, for an additional charge. Also Progressive Jackpot Bonus & Bonus Ball Games. Food concession stand available. Location: Rego Park Jewish Center’s Crystal Ballroom, 97-30 Queens Blvd. (at 64th Road), Rego Park. For more info call 718-459-1000 or visit www.rpjc.org. Queens Centers for Progress Annual Gala will held at 52-11 111th St., Flushing, from 7 p.m. Join QCP as they celebrate three engaging members of the business community at this wonderful evening of continuous open bar and buffet, the sounds of the Risky Business band and the amazing views of Terrace on the Park. This year’s honorees are Entrepreneur of the Year— Thomas Toscano, Mr. T Carting; Distinguished Leadership Award—Robert McKim, Aramex; Business Leadership Award—Peter Morandi, Eastman Cooke, Construction. Tickets available by phone 718-380-3000 Ext 324 (ask for Maryann McAleer) or online at www.qcpgala2016. eventbrite.com. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 NYC Compost Project hosted by Queens Botanical Garden is holding a resourceful event for the well-being of the environment. Drop off your food scraps every Wednesday at Fresh Pond Road between Madison Avenue and Putnam Avenue. Bring your fruit and vegetable waste and it will be composted at Queens Botanical Garden, for the purpose of street tree care, urban farms, community gardens and other public greening projects. Drop off items any time between 8 to 10 a.m. For more information about drop-off and other ways to contribute, visit www.queensbotanical. org/Education/compost, or call the compost helpline at 718-539-LAWN (5296), or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. EDITOR’S PICK APAC’s 2016 Senior Stars present The 60s, 70s, and 80s Celebrate the 50s! Join us on Saturday, June 25th at 3pm and 6pm for our musical variety show celebrating the 1950s! Tickets at boxoffi email@example.com. Call 718-706-5750 for more info.
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