Tuesday, May 31, 2011

JUNE IN JACKSON HEIGHTS 2011 ready for takeoff!

It's official! JUNE 1 begins the second annual "June in Jackson Heights " sponsored by Councilmember Daniel Dromm.

Highlights include continuous art exhibits at NOVO, Espresso 77 & Maram Pharmacy Window Display...Foodies Fest including walking tours and a restaurant week June 20-25...activities for kids, adults and everyone in between PLUS the 19th! Annual Pride Parade on SUNDAY June 5th which kicks off at Noon.

visit www.juneinjacksonheights.com for details, directions and updates throughout the month of June!
JUNE 2 at 2pm :
Walk Jackson Heights with your host Steve Steve! Clopper... Share the world of Diversity. An in depth tour of unique shops, exotic food carts, fascinating sights, sounds, rhythms, colors of Jackson Heights and its international community.YES! photo taken at a secret restaurant right in the JH area- and we are not sharing!

Shops include: Botanicas, music stores, markets with spices, products, gifts and religious items and clothing from India, Latin America and Asia and beyond.

Restaurants, delis and food carts. Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, Poland, Italy, Thailand, India, and more. Steve is a Licensed New York Tour guide and Jackson Height resident.

Join me on Thursday and Fridays in June. 10 am and 2 pm Free! Coming soon Hot! JH nightlife tours. "



JUNE 4th from 4pm to 7pm:
Multidisciplinary artist Hector Canonge in collaboration with invited artists, Lawrence Graham-Brown and John Cichon, continues with his presentation Trace-Able: HOMOGENIUS
and celebrates June Pride Month in Queens and NYC.

The event observes Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender people's accomplishments & contributions to society and to the LGBT movement.

Location and Directions:

Manuel De Dios Unanue Triangle Park
83rd St. at Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights, Queens
(#7 Train, exit at 82 St. Station, walk to 83 St. on Roosevelt Ave)

Photo was from May 21st performance piece Trace-Able: Habitat featuring Hector, Lawrence and John.

No comments:

Post a Comment