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Halloween at the Queens Botanical Garden

Halloween at the Queens Botanical Garden

Oct 30 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Queens Botanical Garden
43-50 Main Street
Flushing, NY

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Suggested Ages: All

$2-$6

Little ones can show off their Halloween costumes, walk a Trick-or-Treat Trail, and enjoy performances, including a magic show! Adults 21+ can enjoy harvest beers and ciders for purchase at the Beer & Wine Garden. o on a Creepy Compost site tours, explore QBG’s compost facility, including the haunted three-bin compost system and meet the creepy-crawly organisms that turn our food scraps into black gold!

Choose a pumpkin from a patch and get a grab and go craft activity ( $6). Lots of harvest-themed photo opportunities (plus the whole botanical garden to explore).

Queensboro Dance Festival 2022

Experience the World’s Borough through the amazing talents of local dance artists. 6 Queens-based professional companies perform diverse dance cultures and techniques including Colombian, tap, Hula, West African, contemporary, Afro Latin, Chutney, Turkish Gypsy, hip-hop, Kathak, ballroom, Greek, ballet, and Filipino.
Different lineup each evening.

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Here We Root Dance Performances

See an original outdoor contemporary dance inspired by Asian immigrants’ stories focusing on the Chinese diaspora in Flushing, New York.
The piece combines movements with text, theatre, and an original score to bring the audience a unique performing arts experience within a beautiful setting in Queens Botanical Garden. The audience is encouraged to participate…

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Movie Night at the Garden: Luca

Spend the evening in an urban oasis-turned outdoor cinema with after-hours admission. See A young boy Pixar’s animated tale about a young boy on the Italian Riviera experiencing an unforgettable summer filled with gelato, pasta, and endless scooter—interrupted by the fact that he’s a sea monster from another world.

Before the film, come make a…

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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…

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Unisphere & Fountain of the Fairs

Splash beneath the iconic Unisphere from the 1939 World’s Fair in recently renovated sprinklers showers and mist rising from the reflecting pool.

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