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

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,

Recap: JJMS Fashion Event

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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

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

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

  Friday, June 15th from 6pm to 9pm, Downtown Jamaica will be the ultimate style destination with the BID’s 7th Annual #JJMS… “Jamaica Just My Style” Fashion Event”,  showcasing special styles from popular businesses on Jamaica Avenue, our featured designer, Michi Knitwear, by Michele Walden Mcphee from Queens, and introducing Destiny Johnson, Queens up and coming R&B

The Jamaica BID is bringing Public Art to Downtown Jamaica, through the Artsite Commissioning Program. 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

Save-the-Date: Saturday, July 21st 9am-6pm, All Nations Apostolic Tabernacle Annual Health Fair, on the church grounds, at 89-28 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica, NY 11432. 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

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