Save-the-Date: Wednesday, July 11th 10am to 12noon – Foreclosure Prevention Workshop, at the Harvest Room, located at 90-04 160th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432the
The Jamaica NOW Leadership Council and Neighborhood Housing Services of Jamaica invite the community to come on out and learn about: NHSJ Services, What is Foreclosure; What are Retention Options; What are Liquidation Options; Foreclosure Court; The Foreclosure Process Timeline; Tenants Occupancy Rights in a Foreclosed Home.
90-04 160th Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
The Jamaica BID ArtSite is looking to activate spaces throughout both Jamaica and Jackson Heights, Queens through a series of temporary public art installations. ArtSite will award 8 artists with a commission of $4,500 each to create temporary public art in these communities. Artwork and mediums can range anywhere from murals to performances that illuminate Jamaica and Jackson Heights as vibrant cultural hubs and illustrate how art can transform a community.
A key goal of ArtSite is to empower local artists to engage on a local level, understanding that they can be a catalyst for change. QCA, along with its partners, the Jamaica Center BID in Jamaica and the 82nd Street BID in Jackson Heights, seek to create a self-sustaining supportive art culture in these communities.
ArtSite aims to establish an ecosystem of local artists and art producers to create new work that reflects the diverse cultural stories particular to the communities of Jamaica and Jackson Heights. By allowing the artists to partner and create a dialogue with the local business community, we can reinvent the external perceptions of these two communities as sources of inspiration and epicenters of the new America canon of dance, theatre, music, art, etc.
The Jamaica BID is excited to Co-Sponsor, All Nations Apostolic Tabernacle Annual Health Fair Block Party, Saturday, July 21st 9am to 6pm, bringing health and wellness to the community of Downtown Jamaica.
The purpose of our annual Health Fair is to provide access and a variety of services to the community, in which our Church (ANAT) serves. Our location within a multicultural Jamaica, Queens’s demography affords us a rich tapestry of cultures. Throughout the day our resource tables are actively providing multilingual information/incentives to families from cultures such as Latino, Hindu, Asian, Caribbean, African, European, and African-American.
ANAT stands firmly and believes that the multicultural families in the Jamaica community trust the Annual Health Fair with: information tables, check their eyes for glaucoma, do hypertension screening, cholesterol and blood sugar testing, Prostate screening, neurology screening, Breast cancer education, check tables with healthy food choices, donate blood or stop to listen to our music and our choir, and to visit the Fire House. ANAT members assist in distributing packages of goodies including but not limited to yogurt, nutritional supplements, natural alternative sweeteners, or literature.
On an annual basis, ANAT links with the following community-based organizations that support ANAT with their professional services, give-a-ways, and technical information and literature from: Cornel University Cooperative Extension Unit, New York City Child Enforcement Agency, New York City Department of Aging, New York City Department of Health Early Intervention Program, New York Fire Department, New York City Human Resources Administration Office of Food Stamp, New York City Police Department, New York University Pediatric and Adult Dental Unit, New York Blood Bank, Visiting Nurse Services, and St. Francis Hospital.
To Participate In The Community Street Fair, Register HERE
All Nations Apostolic Tabernacle
89-28 Parsons Blvd.
Jamaica, NY 11432