In honor of #NYCPeaceWeek – the Jamaica Center BID hosted its first series of “Community Conversation” at the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning with panelist: AU from Erica Ford’s LifeStyle Camp, Inc, and creator of #NYCPeaceWeek, Carol Maraj of the Carol Maraj Foundation for the Prevention of Violence Against Women, (see Carol Maraj’s story), NYPD Executive Officer,
In Honor of #NYCPeaceWeek – Jamaica Center BID is hosting “Community Conversation” Thursday, January 21st 3-5pm at JCAL located at 161-04 Jamaica Avenue. With special guest panelist – Erica Ford of Peace Is A LifeStyle Life Camp and Carol Maraj of The Carol Maraj Foundation for the Prevention of Violence Against Women (mother of Rap Artist Nicki
It would be of great pleasure if you would join Jamaica Center BID’s Board and Staff in celebrating, Downtown Jamaica – “NYC’s Hottest Neighborhood”, Thursday, January 21st 2016, 5pm – 8pm at Applebee’s, 161-19 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432, FREE Appetizers, RSVP to email@example.com by Wednesday,January 20th 12noon.
Mark S. Weprin – Deputy Secretary for Legislative Affairs will be presenting Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s
Regional State of the State Address in Jamaica Queens. All are welcome to attend.
Hip Hop Legend and Icon KRS One will be at Queens Library this evening to discuss his book “The Gospel of Hip Hop.
Join the Redeemer Lutheran Church Family located 116-01 204th Street, St. Albans, NY for the MLK Awards Ceremony honoring #NYCPeaceWeek. To RSVP contact Charles Atiles at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 862.766.7106.
In its Sixth Annual #NYCPeaceWeek – join Peace Is A Lifestyle Life Camp for the Kick Off at City Hall – Friday, January 15th at 10am followed by a series of events from January 15th thru January 22nd in South East Queens Jamaica. To stay connected visit http://jamaicacenter.org/latest-news/
FREE Wi-Fi Hot Spots coming to Downtown Jamaica in July….
TODAY – OCTOBER 26TH 3PM FREE FOR ALL NEW YORKERS!!!! The Queens Borough Presidents Office, Melinda Katz and the New York Mets will host a Hometown Rally at Borough hall to cheer on the Mets into Game 1 of the World Series. The Hometown Rally will feature family-friendly activities, food and beverages.