It's in Queens Weekly Column
Creativity is the theme this week, as the world's most diverse county hosts scientific experiments and sculpture, kite-making, egg-coloring and Earth Day-related crafts events. The chance to explore the NYS Pavilion, live music and the opening of an exhibit on Nazi, anti-Jewish street signs are also on tap. Here's the rundown:
Outdoor Markets are Back
LIC Flea & Food, the largest outdoor market in Queens, opened for another year on April 5th.
Astoria Flea & Food kicks off May 4th and will operate for eight consecutive Sundays.
Long Island City: 5-25 46th Avenue. (718) 866-8089. Opens April 2014. Opens April 5.
Astoria - NEW: Kaufman Astoria Studios backlot, 36th Street and 34th Avenue. Opens May 4.
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Highlights of the Month
Bringing the finest in boutique comfort and luxury with 114 solar-powered rooms, Hotel De Point features unique art, a rooftop garden, and on-site shopping and dining. Each room includes a flat-srceen cable TV, iPod docking station, and a refrigerator. Free Wi-Fi and continental breakfast.
20-07 127th St., Flushing, NY 11356
Poetic Voices of the Muslim World examines the central role of poetry in the lives of Muslim men and women around the globe, and features photography and calligraphic masterworks, as well as the work of poets ranging from the 13th century Rumi to the contemporary poet Adonis.
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Historic Feats: The Prince Nursery also known as the Linnaean Botanic Garden was the largest nursery in New York. Founded in 1737 by Prince Robert, it operated for 130 years right in Flushing and contained more than 4,000 species and varieties of fruit and native plants. By the middle of the 19th century, the Prince Nursery was the largest and best American establishment of its kind. Today you can visit the Queens Botanical Garden...
Michelle Stoddart is the Director of Public Relations & Community Development at Resorts World Casino New York City.
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