Normally this page would be full of events and happenings around town. With Coronavirus causing most, if not all events and meetings to be canceled, we can only list a limited number of events that are virtual or with social distancing in mind.
Teen Dating Violence Awareness
Transportation Committee Meeting
On Tuesday, February 22, CB14’s Transportation Committee will meet on Zoom at 7 p.m. For agenda and login details, head to https://www1.nyc.gov/site/queenscb14/index.page
100th Precinct Community Council
NYPD Housing Build the Block Meeting
On Saturday, February 27 at 12:30 p.m., those living around the Hammels Houses are welcome to join at 81-14 Rockaway Beach Blvd. for a Build the Block meeting with the 100th Precinct to address any questions and concerns with the Neighborhood Coordination Officers.
Full Snow Moon Hike
On Saturday, February 27 at 5:30 p.m., head to the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge to experience Gateway's nighttime and nightlife on a ranger-guided trek. All ages welcome. Space is limited, so please register by calling 718-318-4340. 2 miles.
AOH 50/50 Fundraiser
Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 21 is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day 50/50 to help raise money for the organization and all they do. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased from any AOH member. Those who buy two tickets can get one free. If looking to buy a ticket, call John Fahy at 917-359-1936 or Mark Edwards at 646-662-2393.
Cross Country Skiing
Every day there’s snow on the ground this winter, hit the trails of Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn on the Cross Country ski trail through the North 40. A National Park Service Ranger will cut a track at first snow. Call 718-338-3799 for trail conditions.
Sea Changes Rockaway Sundays
Want to join in a global movement of jumping into the ocean every week? Every Sunday at 2 p.m. head to the beach or bay and jump on in.
Get Out the Vote
Early voting is now open at the YMCA for those in District 31 to vote in the special election for city council. Election Day is at your local polling station on Tuesday, February 23.
Think you have Covid-19? Find out. To find testing sites, head to www.Nyc.gov/covidtest or text COVID test to 85548.
The coronavirus vaccine is now open to some New Yorkers in various fields like health care, education, first responders or those ages 65 and older. To find out where you can get vaccinated, head to nyc.gov/vaccinefinder or to make appointments by phone, call 877-VAX4NYC