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Queens leaders celebrate annual fall festival in Flushing

Fall Festival
Photo courtesy of Council Member Sandra Ung’s office.

Councilwoman Sandra Ung hosted her district’s annual Flushing Fall Festival at Kissena Corridor Park on Saturday, Sept. 24. The festival was held in partnership with GLOW Community Center, as well as more than 30 sponsors.

Fall Festival
Photo courtesy of Ung’s office

There were several forms of entertainment provided for the whole family, including live performances, arts and crafts, activities for the kids, free giveaways and a special appearance by Mr. and Mrs. Met.

Fall Festival
Photo courtesy of Ung’s office

In addition to Ung, several other local leaders took part in celebrating this event. Among those in attendance for the opening ceremony to kick off the festival were state Senator John Liu, Councilwoman Tiffany Cabán and representatives from the offices of Governor Kathy Hochul, Comptroller Brad Lander, Queens Borough President Donovan Richards and Queen District Attorney Melinda Katz.

Fall Festival
Photo courtesy of Ung’s office

“I know the community looks forward to this event every year and it was great to be with so many families in the park enjoying a perfect autumn afternoon,” Ung said. “Thank you to GLOW Community Center and all of the event’s sponsors for helping make the day happen.”

Fall Festival
Photo courtesy of Councilwoman Sandra Ung’s office.

Founded in 2018 by philanthropist Tai Wang, GLOW Community Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. It aims to serve the multicultural community of Flushing and beyond with a vision of enhancing community life by providing vibrant gatherings and events centered in the heart of Flushing.

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