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events 8/25/14

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Modern and Choreography Intensive

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Designed for the pre-professional dancer, Astoria Fine Arts Dance's Modern and Choreography Intensive is three full days of ballet, modern, and choreography. Through our intensive, dancers will have the opportunity to learn repertory from both the Reject Dance Theatre and Rachel Pritzlaff/Time Based Art. There will be an in-studio showing of the repertory for family and friends at the end of the intensive. $50 per day. $125 for all three days.
Astoria Fine Arts Dance

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

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Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventure Cruises

Ongoing, ends Thu 8/28

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Did you know whales and dolphins have been spotted in Rockaway waters? If you're interested in setting sail in search of these beautiful mammals, hop aboard The American Princess for a four-hour adventurous, yet relaxing, cruise. $45 adults; $35 seniors; $25 children.

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

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events 8/26/14

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

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Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventure Cruises

Ongoing, ends Thu 8/28

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Did you know whales and dolphins have been spotted in Rockaway waters? If you're interested in setting sail in search of these beautiful mammals, hop aboard The American Princess for a four-hour adventurous, yet relaxing, cruise. $45 adults; $35 seniors; $25 children.

View details 

 

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

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events 8/27/14

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Italian Nights: Extasy's Marty Hroncich

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

The Federation of Italian Organizations of Queens presents Italian Nights, a special Wednesdays-only concert series at various locations across Queens. Enjoy a variety of artists entertaining the crowds with old Italian favorites for dancing and singing along. 

Extasy's Marty Hroncich brings a night of songs and music of Istria Region. Passionate singers and entertainers with a dedicated following . Presented by Istria Sport Club and D & F Development Group, LLC. Free.

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

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Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventure Cruises

Ongoing, ends Thu 8/28

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Did you know whales and dolphins have been spotted in Rockaway waters? If you're interested in setting sail in search of these beautiful mammals, hop aboard The American Princess for a four-hour adventurous, yet relaxing, cruise. $45 adults; $35 seniors; $25 children.

View details 

 

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

View details 

 

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

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events 8/28/14

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Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventure Cruises

Ongoing, ends Thu 8/28

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Did you know whales and dolphins have been spotted in Rockaway waters? If you're interested in setting sail in search of these beautiful mammals, hop aboard The American Princess for a four-hour adventurous, yet relaxing, cruise. $45 adults; $35 seniors; $25 children.

View details 

 

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

View details 

 

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

View details 

 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

View details 

 

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

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events 8/29/14

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

View details 

 

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

View details 

 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

View details 

 

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

View details 

 

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

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events 8/30/14

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Grant Wade Jonathan and the Tuscarora Raised Bead Art Tradition

Ongoing, ends Sat 8/30

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Artwork by the man who perfected Tuscarora beadwork skills and techniques. Viewing is open every Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday. $2 Donation.

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Rego Center: Kid's Singer Dave Jay

1:00 pm - 1:00 pm

As part of its Children's Summer Entertainment Series, Rego Center presents a variety of fun and interactive performances, including Mad Science Show, Candy Twisted Balloon Show, Kid's Singer Dave Jay and more. Free.

All shows take place in the Galleria. Schedule is as follows:

July 19 - Mad Science Show
July 26 - Candy Twisted Balloon Show
August 2 - Kid's Singer Zev Haber
August 9 - Candy Twisted Balloon Show
August 16 - Kid's Singer Dave Jay
August 23 - Lena & the Happy Clam Band
August 30 - Kid's Singer Dave Jay

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

View details 

 

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

View details 

 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

View details 

 

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

View details 

 

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

View details 

 

events 8/31/14

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Wild Minds – What Animals Really Think

Started 5/17, ends today

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Animals are smarter than you think. Many species share cognitive skills that are considered key signs of higher mental abilities such as using tools, solving problems, self awareness, and ability to communicate. Through videos, games and displays, visitors will discover the similarities between human and animal cognition. Recommended for ages 6 – 14. Free with NYSCI admission.

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Summer Celebration

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Latin American Cultural Center of Queens hosts "Summer Celebration". This special festivity will feature Latin American music interpreted by Francisco Cantilo. The Center is inviting the whole community to join them once again in a fun afternoon with dance, raffles, refreshments and entertainment, in a welcoming environment for the whole family. Free
El Paraiso Tropical

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Free Saturday Yoga

Ongoing, through 9/27

9:30 pm - 10:30 am

Yoga classes are free every Saturday and designed for all experience levels. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and, for yoga, bring a mat or a towel.

Kripalu Yoga is a system of Hatha Yoga that integrates body postures, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation. Taught by Monique Schubert and Yojaida Estrella, participants are encouraged to integrate their yoga practices with this very special waterfront environment of nature and art. There are two session - 9:30am to 10:30am and 11am to 12pm. Free.

View details 

 

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Art of Science – Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 10:00 am

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. Images were selected by influential photographer and retired Princeton professor, Emmet Gowin, with Joel Smith, curator of photography at the Princeton University Art Museum. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. The exhibition was organized by PRINCETON University's Art of Science Competition. Free with NYSCI admission. 

View details 

 

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The World's Fair in Legos Exhibit

Ongoing, through 11/02

11:00 am - 5:00 pm

See the Iconic Symbols of the 1964 World's Fair re-imagined. Expert Lego Builder Cody Wells constructed seven World's Fair structures out of LEGOs. This fun and unique display is presented by Queens Theatre, in association with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Free.

View details 

 

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Rocket Park Mini Golf

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course and explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more. $6/adults, $5/children & seniors. Weekends, 10 am–6 pm.

View details 

 

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Science Playground

Ongoing, through 12/31

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Now officially open daily through  December 31 -weather permitting. The nation's largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing. $4 plus NYSCI admission.

View details 

 

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Princeton University Photo Exhibit

Ongoing, through 9/14

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

View photographs from Princeton University's annual competition, Art of Science. The images offer glimpses into often invisible worlds, illuminating fascinating phenomena and processes. Free with NYSCI admission. $8; $11.

View details 

 

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Exhibit: Their Brother's Keepers: American Liberators of the Nazi Death Camps

Ongoing, through 10/13/14

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The bulk of the American army was made up of 19-25 year-old men, who had already experienced the ravages of war, but had neither heard of the concentration camps nor of the horrors committed inside their gates. Their memories would be forever marked by the atrocities they witnessed. This exhibition discusses the role of the liberators during World War II. Free.

View details