Dead or Alive: The Science of Creepy
Suggested Ages: All
Explore the science of the creepy. Use household materials to make fake blood or prosthetic wounds, learn how geometry and perspective are used in set design, and explore video and lighting effects.
Prizes will be handed out for those who come in costume. Don’t have a costume? Make one with recycled materials.
Queens International Night Market
Sample cuisine from around the world at a large, family-friendly open-air night market in Queens. Shop around 100 independent vendors selling merchandise, art, and food. Also enjoy live music and cultural performances celebrating the rich cultural diversity and heritage of NYC and Queens. Dine in a large picnic area.
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Queens Symphony Orchestra Family Concert: The Mystery of Music
Join Maestro Martin Majkut and the Queens Symphony Orchestra for a highly interactive concert for young people and their families that explores the fundamental elements of the orchestra through Lemony Snicket’s “The Composer is Dead” and more. This concert will be narrated by Queens native Mateo Lizcano, star of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen.
Jurassic & Triassic Playground
Dino lovers can climb and play on an dino-inspired equipment at two playgrounds on opposite sides of Meadow Lake created to commemorate the Sinclair Oil “Dinoland” exhibit at the 1964-65 World’s Fair. In addition to swings and jungle gymes, find dinosaur footprints and art throughout the playground. Learn about flora and fauna from the Triassic…More info