The event is scheduled for Saturday, November 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, located at 78-23 87th Street, Glendale. Tables are still available on a first come first serve basis. To reserve your spot, contact email@example.com
Through the Glendale Civic Association Facebook group, residents got together with local organizations to restore the American Flag painting under the Cypress Hills Street underpass near Central Avenue. See video of the re-painting below, posted by Glendale’s Mike Schulte:
The Queens Tourism Council is kicking off their 2016 Dine in Queens celebration at the Shops at Atlas Park today. An estimated 14 food and beverage vendors from the borough are offering free samples to shoppers in the common area, starting at noon.
Patrons who attend the kickoff event will be able to meet some of the borough’s best restaurant purveyors, as well as event sponsors, organizers and elected officials.
Dine in Queens 2016 will take place from Octber 17 through November 3, with most restuarants offering three-course prix fixe meals for $28. For more information about Dine in Queens 2016, visit: itsinqueens.com
Over the summer, Glendale’s St. Pancras school fully remodeled their library, giving students a better place to learn. The space, which overlooks the skyline and Myrtle Avenue, was outfitted with new wooden tables and chairs, modern couches and comfortable rugs.
“This is a community space,” said principal Brian Colomban. “And we wanted it to mirror the calm, relaxed atmosphere that we’ve been fostering here at St. Pancras for the past two years. It’s a tangible way for people to really understand what our climate and culture is all about.”
Former New York Giants defensive lineman Leonard Marshall will be signing autographs at the Stop and Shop at 89-89 Union Turnpike in Glendale on Saturday.
Stop by the store from noon to 1:30 p.m., to meet the two-time Super Bowl champion and longtime Giant and get an autograph (limit one item and photo per family).
Authorities are asking residents across New York City to be on the lookout for Ahmad Khan Rahami, who is a suspect wanted in connection to the explosion in Chelsea over the weekend. Rahami is considered armed and dangerous. The NYPD posted the following message along with the suspect’s photo, pictured left:
The FBI AND NYPD are asking for assistance in locating Ahmad Khan Rahami. Rahami is wanted for questioning in connection with an explosion that occurred on September 17, 2016, at approximately 8:30 p.m. in the vicinity of 135 West 23rd Street, New York, New York.
Rahami is a 28-year-old United States citizen of Afghan descent born on January 23, 1988, in Afghanistan. His last known address was in Elizabeth, New Jersey. He is about 5’ 6” tall and weighs approximately 200 pounds. Rahami has brown hair, brown eyes, and brown facial hair.
Share information with the NYPD at 800-577-TIPS and the FBI at 800-CALL-FBI
Local resident, Mark Fuchs, is making sure that senior residents of Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth, Ridgewood, and surrounding Queens communities are aware of the financial tools available to them.
Mark’s financial firm, Innovative Equity Solutions, is focused on providing seniors and their families with honest and caring service, while educating them on all aspects of Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM’s).
If you are a homeowner, and at least 62 years of age, a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage can give you the extra cash you need to live comfortably.
By accessing the equity in your home, A HECM will grant you a line of credit, monthly payments, or a partial or lump sum payment. An untapped line of credit becomes an increasing supply of tax-free cash that can be used any way the homeowner chooses.
This means that if you are granted a HECM, and you leave the line of credit available, it can protect you from a housing market crash or if the value of your house goes down.
“We approach HECM Reverse Mortgages as a “family affair”, specifically involving all members of a senior’s family, and their trusted advisors to make sure the decision is the right decision for the senior and their families,” said Mark Fuchs, Founder and President of Innovative Equity Solutions.