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Flushing Town Hall Events

Flushing Town Hall Events

August

Dandy Wellingto and Band — Inspired by the Big Band era, Wellington and his band have taken those big sounds of the 1930s and ’40s and dressed up them for today.

When: Aug. 10, 8 pm.

Free Summer Concert Series: Tango Argentina — World-renowned Tango dancer Mayte Vicens, who studied under the legendary Martin Vargas, will celebrate the elegance, passion and sophistication of Argentianian tango. A family performance and beginner dance lessons.

When: Aug. 12, 1 pm

2012 Members Exhibition: Celebrating 150 years of Flushing Town Hall — Members of the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts have been invited to showcase art in the theme of celebration surrounding the institution’s 150 years of history.

When: Through Aug. 19

Korean Culture Camp: Dragon Story — Fun activities for the family to become accustomed to Korean culture through creative drama, art and traditional music. The third year’s theme is the Year of the Dragon.

When: Aug. 22 to Aug. 24

Free Summer Concert Series: Great Highland Bagpipes and Mor “The Piped Pipers of New York” — Over the past few years, the bagpipe group has started incorporating contemporary music and MacTalla Mor will feature the combined use of ancient instruments and Gaelic singing.

When: Aug. 26, 1 pm

September

Monthly Jazz Jam — Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz and music educators. Meet new musicians and network for potential new projects. Free and open to the public.

When: Sept. 5, 7 p.m.

October

Monthly Jazz Jam — Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz and music educators. Meet new musicians and network for potential new projects. Free and open to the public.

When: Oct. 3, 7 pm

The Collage Aesthetic of Louis Armstrong: In the Cause of Happiness — Louis Armstrong was an avid collage artist. This exhibition, produced for Lincoln Center, features reproductions of collages created by the jazz great, affixed to boxes of his audio tapes.

When: Oct. 14 through Dec. 31

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