The festival, which was cancelled last year, will include musicians, dancing and other forms of entertainment as well as food vendors, such as Smokin’ Aces BBQ and Charlie’s Deli.
Performers include bands Rusty Strings, Reprimand and Lucky Tones as well as an opera singer.
A total 30 to 40 vendors are expected to take part, selling everything from photography, artwork and pottery to arts and crafts, jewelry and honey.
Children’s activities will include face painting, hair braiding, Douglaston Idol and a bouncy house, while nearby P.S. 98 will hold a book sale.