Big weekend in Queens: Enjoy a variety of (not only) Valentine’s Day events

It’s a big weekend in Queens, with Valentine’s Day on Sunday and Presidents’ Day on Monday, the World’s Borough doesn’t disappoint with a multitude of romantic, fun and exciting events to choose from. Take in a jazz brunch in a castle; bring the little ones to a magic show; explore an Asian wedding dress exhibit; enjoy […]

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Take your Valentine love nest hunting at this open house
Valentine's Day open house

What could be more romantic than house-hunting with your beloved on Valentine’s Day? Even if purchasing a new home isn’t in the foreseeable future, sharing your hopes and dreams with your sweetie, while leisurely exploring the rooms of a home-to-be and the possibilities therein, touches a relationship like few activities do. Fortunately, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s […]

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Celebrate the Lunar New Year at these FREE Queens Library events!
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Happy Lunar New Year! To celebrate, the Flushing branch of the Queens Library is presenting a variety of events, free to the public. Music, dance, art, food—there’s something for everyone, culminating in a full day’s activities on Saturday, Feb. 20. So mark your calendars and enjoy the Year of the Monkey! Click here for more […]

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7 astonishing events to celebrate Lunar New Year in Queens
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With everyone talking about the first Lunar New Year recognized in the city’s public school calendar, many are wondering where to go this week to celebrate the holiday and the arrival of the Year of the Monkey. Here’s a short roundup of places holding events to honor the Lunar New Year in Queens this month: 1. Lunar […]

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Lunar New Year is a public school holiday for the first time today
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For the first time in their history, New York City public schools will be closed to observe the Asian Lunar New Year this Monday, Feb. 8. The addition of the Lunar New Year to the public school calendar, which Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last June, was celebrated by Public Advocate Letitia James, other elected officials […]

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