Upcoming Out Astoria Events and News
As always, a $5 cover at the door gets you a solid hour of OPEN BAR well drinks with drink specials after that.
March Brunch at Mundo Cafe, Sun 28 Mar, 1:30pm – 31-18 Broadway (Ent on 32nd St) Mundo’s Website (Music)
Other Notices of Interest
For More Information, or to RSVP look at their Facebook Invite HERE
Please join in honoring Assembly Member Michael Gianaris and Jack Rainey, Vice President, Government & Community Banking, TD Bank, for their contributions to the arts and the Astoria community.
7:00-10:00pm Dinner and Program
Individual Tickets – $100 Each.
Tables – $1000 (10 Tickets). Premium Seating.
Enter the raffle! Win a trip to Atlantic City, gift certificates to some of Astoria’s best restaurants, spa packages, or many other prizes. Purchase Tickets today ($10 each, 3 for $20 or 8 for $50). Raffle ticket holders need not be present to win a prize. Additional prizes will be announced leading up to the benefit and at the event itself.
All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (917) 566-0969.
For further information on the benefit, visit their website.
We will look forward to seeing you there.
Project 126 Assessment Survey
The Project 126 Assessment Survey is a rare chance to voice your hopes and concerns for our communities. As this survey is designed by the Elmezzi Foundation, the results of this survey will not result simply in charts and graphs, but will result in real decisions about where money for services will go in 2010-2011. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts!
Please consider taking the Survey HERE
Envisioning a Greener Western Queens – Astoria, 27 Mar, 9:30am-4:00pm – Greater Astoria Historical Society, 35-20 Broadway, Quinn Building, 4th Fl
Who Should Attend: Residents of the areas affected by the 2006 Con Edison power outages: Astoria, Sunnyside, Long Island City, and Woodside.
Background: Following the July 2006 Con Edison power outage, Western Queens Power for the People organized residents of Western Queens to hold Con Edison accountable for the effects of the outage. This organizing helped bring about a $63 million dollar joint proposal that prevented Con Edison from passing on the cost of the power outage to consumers and required Con Edison to reimburse people who lost power. About $7.9 million will be used for tree planting and other greening projects in the affected neighborhoods over the next three years. North Star Fund is the Project Administrator, and is working with Western Queens Power for the People to ensure effective, strategic and timely grants for a greener Western Queens.
Get 2-4-1 Admission to Noguchi Museum,3338 10th St, 1 Mar – 31 May 2010 Noguchi Museum Website
Thanks to Matt Haugen for the tip!
Download the pass HERE