About Town

Find information on events, meetings and other activities taking place in northeast Queens this week.

Welcome to About Town, Patch’s one-stop post for all of the events, meetings, top stories and other important information you need to know about for the upcoming week.

The feature will run every Monday morning. If there are any goings-on that we missed, please email the editor at nathan.duke@patch.com or post information in the comment section below and we’ll add the event into our roundup.


Also on Monday, Alley Pond Environmental Center will offer its Wee Sprouts and Toddler Time programs, while the Douglaston Little Neck Library will hold its weekly knitting and crocheting class.

There will be a Happy Hour Halloween pub crawl in Bayside that begins at noon on Wednesday.

On Thursday, a dentist on 35th Avenue in Bayside will offer Cash for Candy.

Theatre Time Productions will perform “Macbeth Did It” on Friday and Saturday at the Colonial Church of Bayside.

There will be a harvest festival at Flushing’s Church on the Hill on Saturday. And local actors will give a performance at Bayside’s Lawrence Cemetery on Saturday.

A jazz brunch will be held at the Castle in Fort Totten on Sunday.


The Douglaston Green Market is now open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays in the traffic circle of the Long Island Rail Road's Douglaston station.

The deadline for registering your child for universal pre-kindergarten at city schools is Oct. 31.

Community Board 11’s next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. at M.S. 158 on Nov. 5.

Nathan Duke October 29, 2012 at 01:07 PM
For programs being held on Monday or Tuesday, you might want to call ahead to see if they are still taking place due to the hurricane.


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