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  • 58th Street Branch Library

    Branch History: The 58th Street Branch of The New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907. Once housed in a Carnegie building it now occupies part of two floors of an office tower. The Library has been open at its present site since 1969. The first floor is accessible ...

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  • Noguchi Museum

    MissionTo advance the understanding and appreciation of Isamu Noguchi's art and legacy.VisionThe broad scope of Isamu Noguchi’s artistic interests and his creation of a Museum devoted to encouraging the enjoyment and contemplation of these same interests provides us wi...

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  • Museum For African Art

    Mission Statement: The Museum for African Art is the center for discovering the arts of Africa, from classic to contemporary. -We collect, preserve and exhibit art that is as dynamic and diverse as the continent of Africa.-We cultivate an appreciation for Africa's histori...

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  • MoMA PS1

    About Us: MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States. An exhibition space rather than a collecting institution, MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world. A cata...

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  • Sculpture Center

    Mission: Founded by artists in 1928, SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution dedicated to experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture. SculptureCenter commissions new work and presents exhibits by emerging and established, national and in...

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  • Thalia Hispanic Theatre

    History: Thalia Spanish Theatre, a nonprofit organization, was established in Sunnyside, Queens in 1977 by actress/director Silvia Brito. We are the only BILINGUAL HISPANIC THEATRE in Queens, serving a Hispanic population of more than 600,000 from every Spanish-speaking nat...

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  • Greater Astoria Historical Society

    Our Creed: History is the most powerful tool that a society processes. It tells us why the things we value are the things we should value, and it tells us the things that should be ignored. That is true power, a profound power -- the power to define a whole society. Our M...

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  • Astoria Performing Arts Center

    Mission and History: The Astoria Performing Arts Center, Inc. (APAC), a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 2001 by Sue Scannell (Founding Executive Director, 2001-2005) and Brian J. Swasey (Founding Artistic Director, 2001-2008). APAC’s mission is to bring hi...

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  • PS 017 Henry David Thoreau School

    Our Mission : PS 17's staff, in collaboration with the home and community, will strive to educate our rich ethnic mix of students, towards the achievement of academic excellence and personal growth....

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  • Astoria Community Church

    "Our Mission is to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ to our neighbors, to welcome them into loving community, and to equip them to glorify God." ...

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  • Incumbo Theater Company

    Mission: The Incumbo Theater Company was founded on the belief that one of the fundamental purposes of art is to challenge those who experience it on a personal, social, and ideological level. Also, that the voice of change comes in many forms, often from unexpected places...

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  • Croatian-American Chamber Of Commerce, Inc.

    About Us: The Croatian-American Chamber of Commerce was informally established in 1998 in New York at the initiative of a group of Croatian business people who recognized the need for a common business organization. In August 2003 it was formally incorporated as a not-for...

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  • Woodside Branch Library
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  • P.S. 011 Kathryn Phelan School

    Mission: The mission of P.S. 11 Queens is to provide all of our youngsters with a world class education. In our culturally diverse, child-centered school, we will promote a safe, nurturing and exciting learning environment. Our commitment to excellence will be accom...

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  • Saint Sebastian Church

    The year was 1894. It was the year Thomas Edison opened America's first cinema, the Kinetoscope, in New York. War broke out between China and Japan. In France, Capt. Alfred Dreyfuss was convicted on a false treason charge. "Coxey's Army" of the unemployed marched o...

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  • Broadway Branch Library
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  • Sunnyside Branch Library
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  • Greenpoint Monitor Museum
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  • Community School 111Q Jacob Blackwell School

    Mission: Our mission at Community School 111Q; The Community School of Multimedia, Communication & Arts, is to facilitate an atmosphere that creates a home away from home, because we know the influential home and school connection empowers our scholars to grow from &ld...

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  • Chinese Theatre Works

    37-18 Northern Blvd. #105 Long Island City 11101 It is one block from the M and R trains (36th street station, please exit the head of the train if you come from Manhattan). Mission Chinese Theatre Works is a non-profit organization based in New York City. Our mission is t...

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  • Fisher Landau Center For Art

    The Fisher Landau Center for Art, opened in 1991, is a 25,000 square-foot exhibition and study facility in Long Island City, Queens. The core of the 1,100 work collection spans 1960 to the present. It contains key works by artists who have shaped the most significant art of ...

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  • Saint Raphael Parish
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  • PS 150 Queens School

    Mission: To promote instruction aligned with New York City Performance Promotional Standards; To encourage awareness and respect for cultural diversity; To provide a wide range of academic programs and services to develop critical thinking to enhance civil and social skil...

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  • Sunnyside - Woodside Lions Club

    History of the Lions ClubsLion's Clubs began as a dream of a Chicago Businessman, Melvin Jones in 1917. Jones felt that business men's clubs should be working toward the betterment of their communities. He persuaded 12 of his friends in business to meet on June 17th, 1917 an...

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  • Sunnyside Chamber Of Commerce

    Mission:"I remember when it really was a small town. We were Italian, Greek, Jewish, Irish, Spanish, black, people from every corner of the world, and we all knew and helped each other. We were the gateway to Long Island and to Manhattan," Buster Sabba said proudly...

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  • Grace Fellowship Church

    Mission: Grace Fellowship Church exists to: Worship Jesus Christ as Lord Be transformed by the power of the gospel Serve the church, the city, and the world  Vision: Worship: to be a gospel-centered city church calling people of all nations to worship Jesus Chris...

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  • Astoria Branch Library
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  • Triskelion Arts

    MissionTriskelion Arts has a two-fold mission as a 501(c)3, non-profit organization: To foster the development and presentation of the performing arts by providing quality, affordable, accessible rehearsal, class, and performance space to the general public and to provide op...

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