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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016
The Rockaway Times
feature the following vendors
(moving west to east)
• Bay 14 - Oaxaca Tacos, and
Clean Shave Ice (organic, local
and non-GMO fruits and veg-
gie snow cones).
• Bay 9 - Ample Hills Creamery
(ice cream), Fletcher’s BBQ,
Bolivian Llama Party (Boliv-
ian food re-imagined), Wild
Feast Foods (seafood), Same-
sa (Middle Eastern food) and
pop-up vendor LaNewyorkina
(paletas, similar to popsicles).
• Bay 6 - Ed & Bev’s (Detroit-in-
spired menu featuring Coney
Dogs and Greek-American
dishes like spanikopita and
Greek salad).
• Bay 4 - pop-ups Mighty Edi-
ble (Jamaican food) and East
Coast Roast artisan coffee.
• Bay 2 - pop-up vendors Liz-
zmonade (artisanal lemon-
ade), Top Pops (whole fruit
on a stick) and Coney Shack
(Southeast Asian Tacos).
In addition to the food and
beverages, there will be plenty
of activities and entertainment
at the Bazaar. The ever-pop-
ular Rockaway Beach Volley-
ball League starts its weekly
Wednesday schedule onMay 25.
This year the RPBB will be spon-
soring a team called the Rock-
away Breakers! “RBVL is really
one of my favorite things about
Rockaway and Riis - it’s just such
an awesome thing to see every
Wednesday” proclaims Riis
Park Beach Bazaar owner, Belvy
Klein. I think we all agree.
Another
weekly
happen-
ing beginning May 27 will be
Campfire Fridays, which is in
conjunction with the National
Park Service and is an all-ages
events for everyone to enjoy all
summer long. “Killer Karaoke”
is an another weekly occurrence
commencing Tuesday, June 28.
There will also be a lot of one-
offs like “Adoptapalooza: May-
or’s Alliance For NYC’s Animals”
large-scale adoption event on
June 18 and Brooklyn Green-
way’s Epic Ride bicycle event on
July 23.
There will be plenty of spon-
sored live music featuring local
and touring bands, DJ’s, and art-
ists. Klein noted “I think it’s im-
portant to have a local presence
with regards to both our vendors
and live music schedule. We did
last year somewhat but I think
one year in, we’ve made that
many more friends and contacts
here so it’s just a natural pro-
gression.” The following local
bands will be kicking off the sea-
son: Simon & the Bar Sinisters
on May 28, The Supertones on
May 29 (both starting at noon)
and Indaculture on June 11 at
1 PM. The full Events Schedule
can be found at riisparkbeach-
bazaar.com/events/
This venue is providing more
wonderful options for things to
do this summer. So drive, bus,
bike or walk on down to check it
out!
The Riis Park Beach Bazaar
is located at 167-02 Rockaway
Beach Blvd. Queens, NY 11694.
Hours of operation are Mon-
day through Friday: 12 noon
– 8 p.m. and Saturday/Sunday
11am – 9 p.m. On Wednesdays
they are open until 9p.m. For
general information or to sign
up for their mailing list, their
website is riisparkbeachba-
zaar.com/
20-10 Crossbay Blvd.
Broad Channel
tel:
(718) 945-2233
OPEN 7 DAYS
Mon-Fri 5:30am-4pm | Sat, Sun 6am-4pm
ROB & BOBBY ARE BACK !
ALL AMERICAN BAGEL & BARISTA II
NOW OPEN
Must try.
Fruity Pebble flavored Rainbow Bagel!
New Additions. Confetti and Cannoli Cream Cheese
Iced caramel, chocolate and vanilla lattes, cappuccinos,
Espressos macchiatos, and many more...
NEW BARISTA BAR
FREE DELIVERY
to Broad Channel and the Rockaways!
Please join me this Memorial Day in taking the time to
remember and pray for all those who gave their lives
fighting for our freedom and our country.
Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr.
New York State Senator
District 15
Ranking Member of the Veterans,
Homeland Security, and Military Affairs Committee
District Office:
88-08 Rockaway Beach Boulevard
Rockaway Beach, N.Y. 11693
(718) 318-0702
(718) 318-0194 – FAX
RIIS BAZAAR
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