The Middle Village Chamber of Commerce, The Middle Village Kiwanis, and The Middle Village Property Owners & Residents Association are sponsoring this year’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Ring in the holiday season at the Community United Methodist Church (75-27 Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Village) this Friday, December 2nd, at 6PM.
Cookies & Hot Chocolate will be served and donated by Arby’s.
Santa will be stopping by to take photos with children.
The Girl Scout Troop 4419 from Our Lady of Hope will sing carols.
The dance team from “That’s Dancin’” will provide entertainment.
The Middle Village Volunteer Ambulance Corp is hosting its 2nd annual Photo with Santa event on Sunday, December 11th from noon to 5 p.m.
You’ll get a chance to have your photo taken with Santa and even receive a sweet little treat.
There is a $5 donation per photo.
The event will take place at 66-76 70th Street.
The 104th Precinct Community Council is hosting its next community meeting on Tuesday, November 15th at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held at Kowalinski Post, located at 61-57 Maspeth Avenue in Maspeth.
Speakers at the meeting will include 104th Pct. Commanding Officer Mark Wachter, the 104th’s new executive officer, a representative from the Civilian Complaint Review board and invited elected officials.
A representative from the Queens District Attorney’s office will also be speaking.
For those driving, parking will be available on Grand and Flushing avenues. Look for the signage.
The Queens Veterans Day parade will be held this Sunday at Noon.
The NYPD 104th Precinct Community Council is hosting their monthly meeting at St. Margaret’s Parish Hall tonight, 6605 79th Place in Middle Village. See below for more details:
State Senator Joseph Addabbo is holding mobile office hours to meet with constituents at the Middle Village library next week.
This will be the second time Addabbo has hosted office hours in the neighborhood. The last time was in August.
The senator will be at the library (72-31 Metropolitan Avenue) on Monday, October 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. It’s the perfect time to bring any problems or concerns to a local elected official.
“As an elected official, making sure I interact with the people I represent is one of my top priorities,” Addabbo said. “I have always urged my constituents to contact me if I can help them in any way, but it is not always easy for some people to do that during normal business hours.”
“These extended office hours, held at night in various neighborhoods throughout my district, are an excellent way to make sure I am not only reaching as many residents as possible, but also making it more convenient by coming to them,” he added.
Christ the King High School hosted its annual open house over the weekend. Prospective students and families visited the campus and facilities. Teachers, current students and even former students led tours and took questions.
“Christ the King High School’s open house provided prospective students and their families an opportunity to tour our school and view personally the first class programs and facilities our school has to offer,” said principal Peter Mannarino. “The tremendous turnout of visitors is a testament of the hard work and effects put in by the faculty and administration to make Christ the King a pillar of academic excellence.”
Photos courtesy of Harisch Studio