Councilman Bob Holden and Community Board 9 Chair Kenichi Wilson are hosting a free COVID-19 antibody testing event in Middle Village today.
The event, with Advanced Cardiovascular Diagnostics, will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Juniper Boulevard South and 78th Street.
Please note that the antibody test is free with no co-pay, if you have insurance, you will be asked to show it.
Schedule your appointment here. Walk-ins are also welcome.
The office of the Queens Borough President is hosting a Queens Jobs Recruitment Fair tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Ten organizations are participating in the job fair, including Child Center of NY, Council for Airport Opportunity, NYC Health + Hospitals, Queens Centers for Progress, Queens College, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Open and more.
Non-participants can also tune in via livestream.
RSVP for the virtual job fair here.
The 104th Precinct is warning residents about thefts of vehicle rims and tires.
Although community members may not be in their cars as much during the COVID-19 pandemic, residents should still check their cars daily.
Rims and tires are being targeted, especially Honda, Nissan and Toyota models, according to the NYPD.
The police department is offering tips including activating any security devices, using a garage and parking your car in a well-lit area.
Car owners can also turn their wheels when parking, making them difficult to remove.
A mammogram bus offering no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams is coming to Middle Village in January.
Hosted by Councilman Bob Holden, the van will be parked by 64-69 Dry Harbor Road on Wednesday, January 22 from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
No co-pays are required, and deductibles are waived. Uninsured patients are also welcomed.
Here are the eligibility requirements:
- Women aged 40 – 79 with health insurance
- Women aged 50 – 79 without health insurance
- Currently living in New York City
- No mammogram in the past 12 months
To make an appointment, call 718-366-3900 or 1-877-628-9090.
Councilman Bob Holden is inviting residents to a town hall-style meeting at his district office in Middle Village tonight.
The “Conversation with your Councilman” will run from 6:3o to 8 p.m.
Holden will talk about district issues, legislative updates at City Hall and other important topics.
On Friday, November 15, from 1 to 2 p.m., the Middle Village Library will host a chair stretching and guided meditation session.
The practice stretches you can do in a chair will help increase feelings of relaxation, energy and overall well-being.
The presenter will be Merryl Reichbach, LSCW, program manager of SHAREing and CAREing.
For more, call the Middle Village library at 718-326-1390.
Community Board 5 will meet on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Christ the King High School.
The agenda includes a vote on the Fiscal Year 2021 and Capital and Expense Budget priorities for the district.
The board’s Special Committee on Homelessness will deliver its report and recommendations for the planned homeless shelter at 78-16 Cooper Avenue in Glendale.
To register to speak, call the board office at 718-366-1834.