58 THE QUEENS COURIER • BUZZ • NOVEMBER 6, 2014 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.queenscourier.com happenings >NOV FRIDAY, NOV. 7 Learn the basics about networking at a workshop class from 10 a.m. to noon. The class aims to show networking skills that are useful in today’s job market that will help you to exchange information with others about job opportunities, interesting organizations, or up-and-coming industries. To register, visit jobmap.queenslibrary.org or call 718-990-0778.Central Library, 89-11 Merrick Blvd. Join community members for an 11:30 a.m. fi tness course that is designed to improve the body’s movement by increasing blood fl ow to joints, muscles and internal organs and thereby increasing oxygen to the cells. Bring a yoga mat, towel and water bottle and wear comfortable, stretchable attire. For more information, call 718-225- 8414.249-01 Northern Blvd., Little Neck. Video premiere of MOVE WITH US, a public art project highlighting the collective cultural movements in Queens by current immigrant residents! There will be food, music, wine and more. Admission is free and open to the public. Space is limited and RSVP by calling 347- 505-3010. 6 to 9 p.m. Queens Council on the Arts, 37-11 35th Ave. The Rouben Mamoulian Film Festival starts at 7 p.m. and will continue through Saturday and Sunday. The opening night and reception will feature “Love Me Tonight,” the 1932 musical fi lm, music by Rodgers and Hart, and more. For tickets and more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-428-5650. The Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Ave. There will be snacks such as cake, coffee and tea, plus a raffl e at the Supermarket Sweeps event at Sacred Heart School. The event will begin at 7 p.m., and tickets are $10 per person. For more information and ticket purchase, contact planners Miriam or Marcia at 347- EDITOR’S PICK 248-6227 or 718-749-6075 respectively. 216-01 38th Ave. SATURDAY, NOV. 8 The largest fundraiser of the year, the 2014 Golden Harvest Bazaar, is at The Church in the Gardens in Forest Hills from 10am to 4pm. 50 Ascan Ave. Alley Pond Environmental Center Cries Wolf! welcomes back the world conservation center and their ambassador wolf, Atka, for an up-close encounter. Atka and WCC staff will be at APEC to educate visitors about the real truth about these marvelous predators – wolves, their misunderstood lives and the importance of their wild kin. Children must be at least 7 years old to attend, and a paying adult must accompany them. Space is limited, so you must RSVP by calling 718-229-4000. Tickets are $10 for APEC members and $12 for non-members. The event starts at 11 a.m. 228-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing. Queens residents Eli Koenig, of Bayside, as Lt. Joseph Cable, and Pamela Merrill, of Laurelton, as Bloody Mary, will be featured in Theatre by the Bay’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacifi c.” Catch a show today at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $22 for adults and $20 for seniors (62 and older) and children (12 and under). For more information or to make reservations, visit www. TheatreByTheBayNY.com or call 718-428-6363. Bay Terrace Garden Jewish Center, 1300 209th St., Bayside. Join the Central Library for a College and Career Fair where many colleges, universities and trade schools will be represented. There will be a panel discussion, information on fi nancial aid and raffl es and giveaways. The fair will begin at 10 a.m. Call 718-990- 0778 for more information. 89-11 Merrick Blvd. “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” directed by Frank Capra, is a 1939 American political comedy-drama fi lm, starring James Stewart and Jean Arthur, about one man’s effect on American politics. “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, winning for Best Original Story. Watch the movie at 1 p.m. at the Greater Astoria Historical Society at 35-20 Broadway. Admission is free. New York City is home to an amazing abundance of wildlife. From falcons and salamanders, to deer and seals, wildlife-viewing opportunities exist year-round in all of our parks. Wildlife viewing is a perfect activity for any age. Rangers will guide you to the best nocturnal wildlife viewing spots in NYC. 6 p.m. Contact 718-352-1769 for more information. Alley Pond Park Adventure Center, Alley Pond Park at 228-06 Northern Blvd. SUNDAY, NOV. 9 Flautist Dotti Anita Taylor will be performing with Lois Tepfer on piano. Dotti is a multifaceted artist working in both jazz and classical music, published in several media. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is $12 for members and $10 for students. 2 p.m. Call 718-359- 6227 for more information. 149-19 38th Ave. Bright colors, transparency and light: this is what glass painting is all about. Spend some playful time together making a colorful suncatcher. The class will introduce you to the basics of glass painting. You will learn how to trace a design, color it with transparent, water-based paints and make a shiny and joyful decoration. Admission is $25 and reservations are ATTENTION: WANT A LISTING ON THIS PAGE? Go to the “Events Calendar” section of our web site, www.queenscourier. com/events-page, and click on “Submit your event” to let us know about your happening. We select from reader submissions to list on our happenings page. 7- 13 FUNDRAISER FOR HUNGER The third annual fundraiser for hunger, the Kew Gardens Empty Bowling Event, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the New Homestead Home, 82-45 Grenfell St., Kew Gardens. There will be live music, a silent auction, and more. All proceeds will be donated to The River Fund, a local food pantry, and Poverty Frontline Center. $15 donation per bowl. Reserve a seat or donate at emptybowls.river.fund.
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