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Hoppy Easter

Posted on May 9th, 2018

A family-friendly event with Easter egg painting, photo with the Easter bunny and special live performance by AKF Dance Studio. Winners of the egg painting competition received special prizes!

Paint Night

Posted on May 9th, 2018

Queens Crossing Mall and Crossing Art partnered together to create a super-fun paint night event. Participants were instructed by Crossing Art artist, Jason Lee, to create their very own masterpiece, “Self-Portrait”, with live music and energetic vibes. Hochul (Jason) Lee is a mixed media artist. His art is inspired by human behavior and interaction reflecting on his experiences of growing up in the rural South Korean town of Masan juxtaposed with current events, pop culture, politics and religion. He earned a BFA from Hongik University in Printmaking in 2006. He is known for his use of unique medium such as his 2008 Obama portrait composed entirely of human hair. Lee currently resides in New York City.

Live Cooking Demo

Posted on May 9th, 2018

Live Cooking Demo was a super fun event to pique participants’ culinary curiosity with chefs Neil & Carson, contestants from Food Network’s Cooks Vs. Cons. Participants learned how to prepare Chicken Adobo, a staple Filipino dish and healthy Asian cuisine during the demo and enjoyed a special dinner prepared by the chefs.

Yelp Elite Party

Posted on May 9th, 2018

Queens Crossing celebrated the 1st anniversary of the new Food Court with live DJ, fun photo booth and food sampling from Ok Lah, Curry Bo, Young Street Poke, Happy Lemon, Kung Fu Tea and Paris Baguette. Active Yelp Elite members were invited to the party and shared their dining experiences at the Food Court.

Halloween Adventure

Posted on March 16th, 2018

Halloween Adventure is one of the most exciting events for families held by Queens Crossing. Every year, more than 200 kids and parents participated in this event with lots of super-fun activities such as face painting, trick-or-treat stamping game, pumpkin decorating, scary photo booth and the most anticipated Halloween costume runway competition. Be sure to join us next year!

New Food Court Opening

Posted on March 16th, 2018

Queens Crossing, a state of the art, mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Flushing debuted its new curated food court. Occupying approximately 10,000 square feet in Downtown Flushing, the vibrant and culture-rich corner of New York City, The Food Court at Queens Crossing offers nine individual food concepts serving everything from Japanese bento, Korean tofu pot, Taiwanese bubble tea, Chinese dim-sum and spicy small hotpot to artisanal ice cream.

Make Music New York Concert

Posted on March 16th, 2018

Make Music New York is a live, free musical event that takes place across all five boroughs of New York City on the first day of summer. Every year, there are over 1,000 performances taking place in New York, all of them providing great opportunities to enjoy free music while celebrating the start of summer. Queens Crossing Mall has been a part of this event for many years and the performances at the venue have always had a great turnout and been a real crowd pleaser.

Lunar New Year Parade

Posted on March 15th, 2018

Lunar New Year is one of the biggest festive celebrations in Flushing. The Lunar New Year Parade is a huge draw, with diverse multicultural groups coming together to march and participate in this auspicious occasion. Visitors can expect vibrant costumes, floats, joyful dancing and traditional celebrations. Thousands of people flock the streets to celebrate together and usher in Spring. The coalition is led by the Flushing Chinese Business Association (FCBA) and the Korean American Association of Queens (KAAQ). The firework ceremony takes place at Queens Crossing Outdoor Plaza every year after the official parade.

Christmas Public Art Project

Posted on March 15th, 2018

For 12 consecutive years, Queens Crossing and Crossing Art Gallery bring downtown Flushing an innovative Christmas art installation to energize the community and usher in the holiday season. The annual unveiling has become a renowned tradition for those who live and work in the neighborhood. The artists who have participated in the public art project include Tom Fruin, Lina Condes, James Heish, Jason Krugman, Mark Salinas, Hyongnam Ahn, Benjamin Jones, Lin Shih Pao, Hochul Lee, Isaac Aden and Leon Reid IV.



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