58 THE QUEENS COURIER • BUZZ • JULY 14, 2016 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.www.qns.com happenings >JULY 14-2 0 THURSDAY, JULY 14 Build yummy alliances at the Flux Interdependence Day BBQ: bring grillables or side dishes to this monthly potluck and hear talks on food ethics, building community, and more. Flux Factory (39-31 29th St., LIC), 8 p.m., FREE. Stay up late to giggle at Comedy & Karaoke with Josh Darsky, a showcase of up-and-coming comics. K & A Bar (66-48 Myrtle Ave., Glendale), 10 p.m., FREE. FRIDAY, JULY 15 Peek behind the mask at a screening of “Lucha Mexico,” a documentary about luchadors, with a post-fi lm Q&A with the directors. Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Ave., Astoria), 7:30 p.m., $12. Fraternize with fairies at Irish Movie Night, presenting the fi lm “Song of the Sea,” plus free popcorn, tea and coffee. New York Irish Center (10-40 Jackson Ave., LIC), 7:30 p.m., FREE. Visualize laughter at Art School Acid Dropout, featuring “deep intellectual art therapy and shallow humorous comedy storytelling.” The Creek & the Cave (10-93 Jackson Ave., LIC), 10 p.m., $5. SATURDAY, JULY 16 Bring your youngsters to Community Conversations for Kids, sponsored by New York Council for the Humanities. Today’s topic is immigration. Queens Historical Society (143-35 37th Ave., Flushing), 10 a.m., FREE. Splash around during City of Water Day, a citywide festival with kayaking in Astoria, sailboat-making in LIC, oyster restoration in Flushing, and much more. Throughout Queens, 11 a.m., FREE. Rock out at the Out in the Streets two-day music festival, with dozens of bands including The So So Glos, Guerilla Toss, Frankie Rose, Future Punx and more. Onderdonk House (18-20 Flushing Ave., Ridgewood), noon, $24 single day; $38 weekend. Delight yourself with food at the Little Pleasures Pop-Up, with fi ve courses of beer-paired dishes. Rockaway Brewery (46-01 Fifth St., LIC), noon. Sketch it up at the Sanctuary Drawing Workshop, where Tatiana Arocha guides participants to create drawings of birds. Queens Botanical Garden (43-50 Main St., Flushing), 1 p.m., FREE. Stretch your scientifi c mind at the Elastic Engineering Workshop, where kids will harness the energy of a rubber band to make a propellor powered car. New York Hall of Science (47-01 111th St., Corona), 1:30 p.m., $5 per adult/child pair. Shake your body at Warm-Up, the quintessential summer music series, today featuring Clams Casino, DBM (Deadboy + Murlo), AJ Tracey, Nina Las Vegas and Eartheater. MoMA PS1 (22-25 Jackson Ave., LIC), 3 p.m., $22. See some strange art at “In Practice,” a series of performances examining the rising rates of schizophrenia and psychosis in a not-sodistant future. SculptureCenter (44- 19 Purves St., LIC), 5 p.m., FREE. SUNDAY, JULY 17 Safely dispose of all your broken gadgets at the Electronic Waste Recycling Event, in partnership with the Lower East Side Ecology Center. Queens Botanic Parking Garden (42-80 Crommelin Ave., Flushing), 9 a.m., FREE. Groove to the music at Live Jazz Brunch while eating Middle Easterninspired cuisine. Dandana Astoria (42-21 Broadway, LIC), 11 a.m., FREE. Shop local at QED’s fi rst-ever Crafts Bazaar, a curated marketplace featuring jewelry, collectibles, treats, ATTENTION: Want your event on this page? Post it on QNS.com! It’s never been easier to submit a Happening. Become a registered member at www.qns.com, visit the Events page, click the “Add Event” bar at left, complete the form and click “Post Event.” You can even post a photo or a fl ier for your event. It takes only a couple of minutes to complete, and it’s absolutely FREE! We’ll select entries on our QNS.com Events site for our Happenings page in The Queens Courier and Ridgewood Times. Let all of Queens know what’s going on tomorrow by posting it on QNS.com today! EDITOR’S PICK Find the beat at the Full Moon Drumming Workshop, led by Song-Hee Lee, Senior Artist at the Korean Traditional Performing Arts Association. Flushing Town Hall (137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing), Tuesday, July 19, 7 p.m., $25.
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