Are you preparing for a move to Queens, NY? You’ll love everything your new city offers, from excellent restaurants to proximity to the Big Apple. If you’re arriving in Queens as the weather turns warm, you’ll want to check out these spring festivals to learn more about your local community and get to know your new neighbors.
1. Holi in the City–NYC’s Most Colorful Brunch Party, March 13th, 605 W 48th St, New York, NY
The South Asian festival of Holi is known for larger-than-life colored powders, so be sure to wear white to the celebration so you and your friends can get messy! Holi in the City has sold out in New York for five years, so you’ll want to get your tickets early. While this festival of colors was once only celebrated in India, it’s now a part of spring celebrations worldwide. Check out the event schedule, as you won’t miss exciting dining options and live performances from New York’s most famous artists.
2. Spring Family Day–April 30th, Carnegie Hall’s Resnick Education Wing, 154 W 57th St, New York, NY
Designed for families with children aged three to ten, Family Day is an exciting way to welcome spring with activities and performances designed for little ones in the world-renowned Carnegie Hall. Kiddos can work with educators, create crafts, work through educational activities, and enjoy a musical adventure. The theme for this family day is all things spring, from celebrating all that the Earth has to offer to learning how the elements affect our daily lives. Exciting bonus–Family Day is free!
3. The American Art Fair, May 12th-May 15th, Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street, New York, New York
Ready to learn more about the history of art in your new city? The American Art Fair is the perfect way to take in the history of art in New York. Whether you want to browse fine art collections or listen to lectures from well-known experts on how art has affected the city over the past few centuries, you’ll love getting to take a glimpse into the work of artists from both the past and present day. Lecture topics include American Modernism, The Art of Urban Change, The Visionary Nature of Joseph Stella, and more. Great news if you’re looking to save some money as you settle into your new home–this event is free.
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