24 TIMES • NOVEMBER 12, 2015 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com happenings 2015 Friday, Nov. 13 It is never too late to have fun! The Howard Beach Senior Center will run a line dancing lesson at 1:15 p.m. 155-55 Crossbay Blvd. Call 718-738-8100 and ask for Rosalie for more information. The New York Community Bancorp is pleased to celebrate the 30th Anniversary Evening of Honor Gala of the School for Language and Communication Development (SLCD). SLCD is focused on creating new programs for students with language and autism disorders. 615 Merrick Ave., Westbury, NY. For more speci c information about the gala call 516-683-4404 or go on the website www. SLCDEvening ofHonor.com. The Immaculate Conception church will discuss social justice issues during its fall lm festival. The movie “The Year of Living Dangerously” will be playing. The story is based on a young journalist who had been kidnapped by the 1965 Indonesian coup during his rst assignment. Free admission. 29th Street in Astoria. Easily accessible with the N/Q train. Visit the website www.immacastoria.org. Do you want to help pre-Thanksgiving ea market? Join the event and give a little donation. Attendees will have the chance to buy books or other library supplies. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. East Elmhurst Library, 95-06 Astoria Blvd., East Elmhurst. Call 718-424-2619 for more information. Admission free. Saturday, Nov. 14 Do you want to let your children take a break after a frenetic week of school? They can join Liza Lopez at her yoga class from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Alley Pond Environmental Center. 228-06 Northern Blvd., Douglaston. The class is open to kids between the ages of 9 and 15. They only need to bring water and a towel. The mat will be provided. Admission is $16 per child. The number of participants is limited to 8. Visit www.alleypond.com or call 718- 229-4000 for further information. The Theatre by the Bay will host the musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” The story is based on the plays of Plautus. 8 p.m. 13-00 209 St., Bayside. Tickets are $22 for adults, and $20 for seniors (62 and over) and children (12 and under). To make a reservation and to gather more information, visit theatrebythebayny.com or call 718- 428-6363. The Emanuel United Church of Christ will host its annual fair and ea market. Several vendors, a giant raf e table, books and used items will be present at the event. Baked goods, refreshments and lunch will be served. 93-12 91st Ave., Woodhaven. 718-849-1153. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Free admission. NO V1. 3 - - NOV1. 9 GINGERBREAD LANE PREMIERS The Gingerbread Players of Saint Luke’s Church will bring Shakespeare alive again. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will be playing on stage at 7:30 p.m. Suggested admission is $12, $10 for groups of six people or more. 85 Greenway South, Forest Hills. Call 718-268-7772, or e-mail boxof firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the event and tickets. The Greater Astoria Historical Society will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the birth of the masterpiece “The Great Dictator,” interpreted by Charlie Chaplin. 1 p.m. Admission is free. Quinn Building, 35-20 Broadway, 4th Floor, Long Island City. Call 718-278-0700 for more information. Sunday, Nov. 15 Take part in a 90-minute tour at the Mill Neck Manor House, the historic mansion in Long Island. At the end of the tour you will have the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments, custom-blended tea and homemade scones. The admission must be paid before the event and is nonrefundable. The price for adults is $25, $20 for seniors (55 and over), $15 for students, and $5 for children 12 and up. It is possible to have special deals for groups bigger than 10 members. 40 Frost Mill Rd., Mill Neck, NY. You can sign up online at www. millneckmanorhouse.org or call 516-628- 4243. Do you want to enjoy the beauty of Long Island City? Join the tour Queens Cool Uncovered. Participants will have the opportunity to visit different art exhibitions and an artist’s studio. The tour also includes a beer and wine tasting. The tour will end with a visit to a rooftop lounge, which will allow visitors to see Manhattan as they never have before. From 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Admission $65 per person. Call 800-979-3370 or 212-209-3370 or visit the http://www.bqetours.com/tours/longisland city-tours/ for more information. Monday, Nov. 16 The Queens Library is presenting an event dedicated to Keith Perrin, one of the co-founders of the successful company FUBU (For Us, By Us). He will share his experience and how the company came to be worth $350 million. 5 to 6 p.m. Registration not required. 312 Beach 54th Street, Arverne. Call 718-634-4784 for more information. Tuesday, Nov. 17 You still don’t know what your children want to study? Join the open house at STEM Magnet Institute of Queens to see if science, technology, engineering and math can be the right path. 6 p.m. You must RSVP. Free admission. 126-10 Bedell St. 718- 276-1348. If you are a senior and singing is what you do in you spare time, Peter Cardella Senior Center might be the place for you. Join the class from 1 to 3 p.m. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy lunch if your classmates at noon for $1.50. Due to space limitation, you should pre-register. 6852 Fresh Pond EDITOR’S PICK The New York Hall of Science’s GingerBread Lane exhibit, lled with gingerbread houses made my chef Jon Lovitch over the course of an entire year, opens on Nov. 14 and runs through Jan. 9. GingerBread Lane won the Guinness World Record for largest gingerbread village in 2013 and 2014 and will compete for its third consecutive title this year. The 2015 version will cover 500 square feet, with more than 1,050 houses and structures. Lovitch will also lead gingerbread workshops on select dates, only for NYSCI members. 47-01 111th St., Corona. Call 718-699-0005 or visit http://nysci.org/ for additional information. 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 flier 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!
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