Holiday Celebrations in Queens, NY
Hanukkah in Queens
Hanukkah events in Queens, New York, neighborhoods, including Forest Hills, Glendale, Flushing, and Hollis Hills.
Purim Festivities in Queens, New York
On Purim, Jews celebrate how Esther saved the Jews of Persia from destruction, as recounted in in the Book of Esther. It's a holiday of carnivals, parades, food, and costumes. Here are some of the larger Jewish synagogues in Queens, New York, celebrating Purim this year.
Holiday Season Events in Queens - Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa
Come celebrate the holiday season with your neighbors in Queens. Festivities for Christmas, Hanukah, and Kwanzaa are held all over the borough.
Santa Claus in Queens, NY - Visit Santa This Christmas Season
Places your family can see Santa Claus this Christmas season in Queens, NY.
Queens County St. Patrick's Day Parade -- Celebrate St. Patrick's in the...
The Queens County St. Patrick's Day Parade is a great annual event in the Rockaways, bringing crowds of up to 50,000 spectators out to celebrate the Irish.
Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) Celebrations in Flushing
Flushing, Queens, is home to one of the largest Chinese and East Asian populations in all of New York City, and one of the best Lunar New Year celebrations.
Phagwah Parade in Richmond Hill
Indo-Caribbeans and Indians celebrate Holi, the Hindu New Year, with a colorful (literally) parade through the streets of Richmond Hill. (This celebration of spring is also known as Phagwah.)
St. Patrick's Day Parade in Woodside and Sunnyside, Queens
The Queens neighborhoods of Woodside and Sunnyside are home to large numbers of Irish immigrants and are the stromping grounds of a parade every St. Patrick's Day.
Phagwah Parade in Richmond Hill - The Annual Phagwah or Holi Celebration in...
Phagwah is the Indo-Caribbean celebration of the new spring, and the Phagwah Parade in Richmond Hill, Queens, is the biggest Phagwah celebration in North America. Each March/April, the Sunday after the first full moon of the Hindu calendar, Phagwah literally paints the streets as kids and families "color" one another with dye and powder.
Passover in Queens, New York
Find a communal seder in your neighborhood. Passover seder information for residents of Queens, New York.
Easter Celebrations and Easter Egg Rolling in Queens, New York
Dates and venues for celebrating Easter in Queens, New York. Easter celebrations include egg rolling events.
Memorial Day Parades in Queens, New York - Including the Little...
Memorial Day Weekend in Queens: Memorial Day Parades and Activities in Queens, New York
Fourth of July in Queens - Celebrate Independence Day, the 4th of July, in...
Fourth of July guide to fireworks and festivities in Queens, New York.
Festivals and Events at Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Flushing Meadows Corona Park hosts the biggest festivals and events in Queens, New York. Use this calendar to plan attending these Flushing Meadows festivals.
Halloween in Queens
Here's a rundown of how to celebrate the great holiday of Halloween in the spooky borough of Queens. From now until October 31 (and even after) there are parades, vampires, festivals, costumes, cemeteries, games, ghouls, ghosts, and more.
Halloween in Queens - Photos
Photos of costumes, decorations, jack-o-lanterns, and treats. Share photos of Halloween in your neighborhood. What's the best display?
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Queens
See the new year in at these clubs, bars, and restaurants in Queens, New York.
The NYC Mayor's Office recommends these four restaurants in Queens for a Thanksgiving dinner out.
Top 8 Valentines in Queens
It's Valentine's Day. Treat your honey to dinner or a night out at one of these romantic spots in Queens, New York.