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 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.   Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery On Friday, October 30, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., the FDNY will be at the Arverne Stop and Shop (70-20 RBB) to educate the public about the importance of working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. The FDNY Fire Safety Education Team will be distributing fire safety educational resources.   Hallo-Clean On Saturday,...

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Some Things to Do

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.   Disaster Preparedness Training In a virtual meeting with Senators Sanders and Addabbo, plus Queens Recovery & Resiliency Co-Chair Denean Ferguson on Thursday, October 22 at 5 p.m., learn how to Prepare, Respond, Recover: What to Do When Disaster Strikes. Learn about different types of disasters from fires to hurricanes and how to be prepared. Zoom...

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 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.   Dubois Point Cleanup On Saturday, October 17, from 10 a.m. to noon, join the Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy and Surfrider Foundation – NYC Chapter for a beach and marsh cleanup at Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary (Beach 65th Street and Bayfield Avenue). To register, email info@jbrpc.org or head to jbrpc.org/shorelinecleanups   Fall Foraging...

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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.   Rockapulco Runs On Sunday, October 11, the Rockaway half and whole marathon is scheduled to take place. For details and to register, head to Rockapulcorun.com   Community Board 14 The next virtual CB14 meeting will be held Tuesday, October 13. The Budget Committee and Parks and Public Safety Committee will present reports. Zoom meeting call in # 646-558-8656,...

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 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.   Daffodil Giveaway On Saturday, October 3, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., RISE will be distributing prepacked totes with free daffodil bulbs, trowels and gloves for any Rockaway community members or individuals interested in planting bulbs at their home, schools’, businesses’ or neighborhood blocks. First come, first served. RISE is located at...

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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.   Census Rally & Resource Fair On Saturday, September 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Parking Lot (Beach 20th and Plainview Ave), Senator Sanders is hosting a 2020 Census sign up, resources for new moms, voter registration, a food giveaway, school supply giveaway and mask and hand sanitizer giveaway. Please wear a mask...

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 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.   Paddle Out for Laura Deckelman Beloved photographer and ferry advocate, Laura Deckelman, who died earlier this year, will be remembered with a paddle out on Saturday, September 19 at 9 a.m. on Beach 73rd Street. Deckelman often photographed surfers, so those with a board are asked it pay tribute to her with a paddle out. A memorial ferry ride will...

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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.   Parks & Public Safety Meeting On Thursday, September 10 at 7 p.m., join in on the Parks & Public Safety committee zoom meeting to discuss plans for the nature preserve from Beach 56th Place to Beach 44th Street. Call in information: 1- 872-240-3232, Access code: 891-226-453. For more info, see https://www1.nyc.gov/site/queenscb14/index.page    Remembering...

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Some Things to Do

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.   Nature and Wildlife Activities On Friday, September 4, at 11 a.m., look out for NYC Parks Urban Park Rangers at Beach 59th Playground as they provide nature and wildlife-related activities and engagement. Activities may include nature art, scavenger hunts, physical challenges, and more.    Paddle Out/Jog for Jacob Blake In response to the shooting of...

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