The Bayside Village BID is looking for volunteers for our upcoming Sunday Stroll on Bell Boulevard. This will mark the second straight year that Bell Boulevard will be transformed into a community space with live music, games and events showcasing everything the makes Bayside the best community in New York City. All of the activities at the event are free to the public. Volunteers will needed for the day 10 AM – 6 PM.
Tasks will include:
If you are interested in volunteering please contact the Bayside Village BID’s Executive Director, Lyle Sclair by phone 718-423-2434 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bayside Village BID will be hosting its Annual Arts and Crafts Festival Saturday, April 26 from Noon to 5 PM near the Bayside LIRR station. The Bayside Village BID Arts and Crafts festival is the premier outdoor art show in Northeast Queens. Entering its third year this event has features artist and creatives selling a wide range of mediums including paints, clothing, jewelry, photography, and sculptures to name a few. This event is marketed not only in Bayside, Queens but the surrounding neighborhoods including, Bay Terrace, Flushing, Douglaston, Little Neck, Auburndale, Hollis Hills and Oakland Gardens.
If you are interested in participating please download and fill out all the necessary forms. If you have any questions please contact the Bayside Village BID 718-423-2434.
Please return the completed forms back to the Bayside Village BID either by fax 718-423-1464 or you can mail the forms and payment to 213-33 39th Avenue Bayside, NY 11361. If you choose to pay by credit card please fill out the form below (it is a secure payment using Eventbrite a new windor/tab will open) and there is a nominal surcharge.
The Bayside Village first ever Weekend Walk was a huge success. The first closure of Bell Boulevard in over 20 years for a day long community event was attend by hundreds of families and individuals. With beautiful weather, the BID transformed Bell Boulevard from 39th Ave to 41st Ave was tranormed into pedestrian plaza. The giveaways, entertainment, food and other activities provided by the businesses along Bell Boulevard, it was a great day for the family.
Lucille Roberts kicked the day off bringing their Zumba class to Bell Boulevard. Local band Chicken Head kept the party going with their versions of American Classics. Emcee Jimmy James of Dance to the Music Entertainment made sure that everyone who came out had fun when he brought up Queen’s Dance Project and asking all of the kids in the audience to participate in their Hot Hula demonstration. Queen’s Dance Project followed up their Hot Hula class with a performance by their competition team.
The Mikey.k Project kept the party mood going with his original songs and his interpretation of current hit. The Boys and Girls of the Robert Mann Dance Studio, had the entire crowd standing and cheering with their performance. The Rogues rounded out the day with their brand of Rock and Roll.
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The Bayside Village BID would like to thank our sponsors and supporters for this event
The Bayside Village BID is looking for volunteers to help prepare and during the day of our upcoming events:
There are opportunities for high school students, college students and retirees. If you are interested in volunteering for one or multiple events please contact the BID email@example.com.