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Sunday, April 14
Monday, April 15
Business & Community Resources
Southeast Queens Project Initiative Overview
The Southeast Queens Sewer Program is a Mayoral Priority Initiative to improve the drainage systems, address the existing chronic flooding conditions and reduce the Combine Sewer Overflow. There are approximately 55 Capital Projects with a total value of $2 Billion!
Calling all businesses! Participate in our banner program and promote your brand throughout Downtown Jamaica! 20 banner locations are still available but they're going fast! Summer's coming so contact the BID to learn more!
The AirTrain Jazz Festival With L.A. Blacksmith & Jazz-Plus
The AirTrain Jazz Festival series continues this week with L.A. Blacksmith and Jazz-Plus on the AirTrain Jamaica stage. Celebrate Jamaica’s rich jazz history and check out live presentations of some of the New York City metropolitan area’s best jazz musicians.
See Abdulrahman Amer, a trombonist and composer, perform this Thursday night at Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning. Abdulrahman was named a 2016 jazz finalist in Youngarts, is currently an alumnus of the Banff Jazz Workshop for creative music as well as the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead workshop!
Omar Edwards & the K360 Club "Harlem Nights in Jamaica Queens"
Broadway’s Omar Edwards presents his new show: HARLEM NIGHTS / The Music, The Song, and The Dance. Edwards and company take the audience on a musical journey through a pool of sounds from jazz to reggae and back again!
About Business and Event Promotions in this Newsletter: Businesses located in the Jamaica Avenue Commercial District between Sutphin Blvd and 169th Street are invited to submit promotional information for possible inclusion in our newsletter. Events happening near or around the Jamaica Avenue Commercial District are also included. We reserve the right to reject or edit materials for length, style, timeliness, and appropriateness. This newsletter serves to inform our community about events, opportunities and commercial activity in Downtown Jamaica.