It was a quiet week for news in Douglaston as the neighborhood moved full speed ahead in preparation for the holidays.
Manor Trees lined up its Christmas pines along Northern Boulevard in front of Zion Episcopal Church and the Douglaston Village Chamber of Commerce announced two holiday parties.
Community Board 11 discussed plans for snow removal this winter with the city’s Sanitation Department and Alley Pond Environmental Center held its annual Green Gala.
And U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-Bayside, joined Queens residents’ calls for the United States Postal Service not to shut down its College Point center.
Here is your Week In Review:
sets up shop along Northern Boulevard to sell Christmas trees. Rep. Gary Ackerman calls for USPS to .
And check out reviews for “Shame” and “My Week with Marilyn” in .
CB 11 talks with Sanitation’s James McGovern about .
The Douglaston Village Chamber of Commerce plans to host , both at Strawberry’s Sports Grill, on Dec. 11 and 12. And the Douglaston Little Neck Historical Society puts out the word about an upcoming .
Take a look at Patch’s .
This week’s pick is Southwest Queens. Activities include Aqueduct Racetrack and the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.
Also, find information on Patch’s holiday decoration contest.
Carol Brock contributes a Christmas-themed and Alley Pond Environmental Center hosts its annual .
In this week’s , our council of neighborhood moms and dads discusses methods of preventing children from getting sick in the winter.
And the National Art League kicked off its that will run through Jan. 7.