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THURSDAY, MARCH 24
Shop Small Retail Crawl
Shop from 26 participating stores at Astoria’s
Spring Shop Small Retail Crawl now through Sunday,
March 27. Make a purchase of $10 or more at
participating stores and have your passport signed.
Turn in a completed passport to Th e Brass Owl by
March 29. Shopping from 10 out of 26 stores gets
you a Shop Small Astoria tote fi lled with goodies!
One random winner will receive a grand prize.
Store hours vary
Senior Cardio Sculpt
Open to participants 60 and older, this lowimpact
cardio workout consists of functional
movement exercises designed to make daily
activities easier to perform.
Sunnyside Community Services
43-31 39th St., Sunnyside
FRIDAY, MARCH 25
Join curator, artist, doula, educator and
spiritual healer Shanice Ariel for a night of tarot
readings at House of Saturn. Th is collaboration
between Ariel and House of Saturn is a “cultivation
of astrology and good vibes.” Couples are
House of Saturn
18-18 College Point Blvd., College
Admission: $30 per reading
SATURDAY, MARCH 26
Community Gardening Day
Volunteer with students from Growing Up
Green Charter School, who will be using King
Manor’s garden as an extension of their classrooms.
Volunteers will participate in weeding,
soil turning and other tasks. Please bring gloves
if you have them. Th ere will also be work for
children and adults with physical limitations.
King Manor Museum
150-03 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica
Women Now Series:
Christine Lamprea, Cello
Extensity’s Women Now concert series
will close out with cellist Christine Lamprea’s
I’m Ear For YOU
instruction to create
a painting of a pair
of elephants. To
complete your paint
night, the studio
offers a selection of
wine and beer for
sale at affordable
prices. Patrons must
be 21 years or older
to purchase alcohol.
Friday, March 25,
Painting with a Twist
Ave., Forest Hills
Admission: $49 per
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