A roundup of things to do in Queens this weekend.
The World's Fair structure is getting a new paint job.
Unfortunately, the four-legged creature can't hit so the Mets set him free.
"Little Shop of Horrors," classical music and street art are on offer this week.
The painters sprucing up the "Tent of Tomorrow" are working for free as part of work training.
Take your family to Astoria Park Carnival or dance at an outdoor party at MoMA PS1 this weekend.
Get on the lake, see some shows and celebrate the summer solstice in Queens this weekend.
The American Small Craft Association starts its beginners sailing classes on Saturday, June 20.
The Parks Department may add gates at access points to dissuade late-night partiers.
The night market is hoping to raise $50,000 with a new Kickstarter.
A plan to turn a lane of traffic into a bike lane doesn't take local concerns into account, critics say.
The borough's largest park is often enjoyed late-night because of road accessibility, police said.
Matthew Silva's film about the New York State Pavilion will be unveiled on Friday.
The former canopied structure will get new paint with donations from the painter's union.
The 11th annual festival features entertainment around the cherry blossom grove.
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