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The Flushing Meeting House on Northern Boulevard will host the 3rd annual Flushing Night Out.

The third annual Flushing Night Out will be taking place at quite an unique and historic location.

The Flushing Meeting House at 137-16 Northern Blvd. will be hosting The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce’s yearly event designed to highlight the historical landmarks in the Flushing area.

Local restaurants and businesses including Dumpling Galaxy, Sam’s Fried Ice-cream, Joey Bats Sweets, New Asian Foods, In Patella, Cat Mint Wheel, Lezzetli’s Ice Cream, and Gutsier Living will be at the event, along with music from The Legends of Motown Revue and Session Band.

“Flushing Night Out offers a unique programming mix of arts and live entertainment from our community, in addition to its main draw of world cuisines converging at one location,” said John Choe, Executive Director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce. “We want to showcase the fantastic culture unique to Flushing and this year, we are proud to partner with the Flushing Meeting House to provide an unforgettable summer weekend of history mingled with food, and music.”

Flushing Meeting House, which first opened in 1694 as a Quaker house, is the oldest house of worship in all of New York.

The first two incarnations of Flushing Night Out was held at Flushing Town Hall and Flushing High School.

Flushing Night Out is currently nominated for the ‘Best of the Boro’ Award for Best Annual Festival.

Flushing Night Out will be held August 18-19, between 6 to 11 p.m. The event is free to attend. However, there is a special preview from 6 to 7 p.m. with a $5 admission fee with proceeds going towards the preservation of the Flushing Meeting House.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite.com. More details for the event can be found on Flushing Night Out’s website.

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