Sunday, July 20th, 6:00-8:00pm
Join us in celebration of the diversity of Queens through borough-inspired stories and music!
Queens Documented will feature true stories about the journeys that led people to come to Queens, music and poetry inspired by the borough, and an open mic session that invites all to share stories, memories, music, and reflections on their own experiences of journeying to and within Queens.
Stories of family immigration to Queens from Susan Peret, Angy Rivera and Affandy Yacoob
Music inspired by Queens from Danon Singh and Nicholas Howard
Share your own stories in our Open Mic!
Queens Documented is produced in partnership with SEVA. This event is the second installment in the Neighborhood Portrait Series, commissioned by The Laundromat Project‘s Create Change Program.
Terraza 7 is located at 40-19 Gleane Street in the heart of Queens, between Elmhurst and Jackson Heights, two locations containing the most diverse population of immigrants on the planet. Take the 7 train to 82nd St/Jackson Heights. For additional information, visit terrazacafe.org