Shop in the #JamaicaBID district this weekend for Fab Stealz and Dealz during Sidewalk Sale Days – Friday, July 6th thru Sunday, July 8th.
The Jamaica BID Sidewalk Sale Days Program is a weekend of deals and fabulous finds on Jamaica Avenue! These are the only dates and times businesses are permitted to display merchandise outside, including hanging items from awnings and/or canopies.
Merchandise, racks, tables and /or hangers cannot extend more than three  feet from the building. Sidewalk Sale Days are only permitted along Jamaica Avenue from Sutphin Blvd. to 169th St. including Union Hall Street.
Businesses displaying merchandise outside of Non-Sidewalk Sale Days will be ticketed, or possible confiscation of merchandise.
On Friday, June 15th the Jamaica BID held the 7th Annual Jamaica Just My Style Fashion Event, at Jamaica Performing Arts Center. The event bringing together influence’s for an evening of fashion, wine tasting and entertainment.
This year’s host was, Roxanne Roxanne, with DJ Sylk, and featured designer, Michele McPhee of Queens New York. Fashions from: Old Navy, Vanessa Boutique, Shoppers World, Jimmy Jazz, Danice, MadRag, Telco and Hot Point. Sponsors: Resorts World Casino NYC, Mattone Group Jamaica, LLC, Raymour & Flanigan, Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, Fresh & Healthy, MKJ Beauty, Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, Black Hawk Imports, and Chipotle Mexican Grill. Media coverage by: Keri’s Korner, Queensbuzz.com and Harlem Community News, special accessory ammenties from vendors: Jazzy Jewels by Jean Robinson, and Indulge Bath N Body by Marla G, and CGM Enterprises, Carl G. Morris, (Travel Services) social media/website coming soon.
See Media Footage:
JJMS 2018 Video: http://www.queensbuzz.com/
JJMS 2018 Media Ad: http://www.queensbuzz.com/homepage.php?userid=4690
JJMS 2018 Sneak Peek at Parsons Public Space June 9th : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ3FIb7ZBZY
Harlem Community News by Clark Illmatical
7th Annual JJMS Fashion Event
The BID thanks all of our Sponsors, Jamaica Avenue Retailers, Vendors, and the Community for making the 7th Annual JJMS Fashion Event, another success….See you next year!
The Jamaica Center Improvement Association was awarded an Active Arts Public Art Grant, and is inviting artists to submit their qualifications for consideration. The selected artist will engage with the community to produce a one-year long temporary, large-scale ground mural installation for the newly-activated Parsons Blvd. Public Space, (btw. Jamaica Avenue & Archer Avenue) in Downtown Jamaica.
As a part of the project, we are inviting you to be a part of a survey about living, working, and going to school in Jamaica Queens. Survey insights, along with stakeholder meetings, statistical reports, and workshops are key to developing a compelling brand and positioning strategy for Jamaica Queens.
Attached you will find the flyer for the survey which should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete. The survey can found online at: JamaicaQueens. All information will be confidential and all identifying information is removed before we analyze the results.
The council would appreciate your participation and assistance to promote the survey. The survey will close, July 11th.
We look forward to using this information to make Jamaica, Queens an even better place to live, work and play in the future.