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Unkle Spooky's Spook-o-rama is held on first *Friday of every month. It's  an event of chills and thrills hosted by Unkle Spooky (dead yet lively). He is a real people, pleaser, people pleaser! Win creepy prizes at horror movie themed Blood Bingo, dare to try our critter popcorn and our scary drink specials! It's a terrifyingly good time in the dark!
Sponsored by Big Alice Brewery and Merci Mercado Chapulines.


Check our calendar for more information on our monthly scary night!
*Please note: we are not hosting any events until further notice.

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Communitea Chamber Music is an intimate evening of classical music held on the third *Friday of every month. Sarah Stone brings together local musicians to discover and perform baroque, classical, and romantic music on period instruments. Each curated program is centered around a different theme such as Cottagecore: Marie-Antoinette dans le Hameau, That's d'Amore! Violas and Oboes of Love, and Der Vampyr: A Campy Bloody Spooky Melodrama for String Quartet. 

Check our calendar for information on what program is this month!
*Please note: we are not hosting any events until further notice.

Facade of Communitea by Cat Green


Long Island City has long fostered a thriving art community. Not only is it home to notable art institutions such as MOMA PS1, The Sculpture Center, Socrates Sculpture Park and Noguchi Museum but many galleries, studios and art centers. It has been our goal to showcase local artists from Queens and all over the city. Each show has an opening event for the featured artist and all works are available for purchase. Learn more about the current art show and past shows at Communitea.


Additionally, we have participated annually in the LICArtsOpen as well as initiated the first LIC Art District Art Crawl and Holiday Market in 2019. Past solo and group art shows have featured the works of Tony Vaccarro's black and white photographs, Hana Shannon's silhouette series "Nasty Women", classical drawings from faculty and alumni from Grand Central Atelier.

Check our calendar for more information on our next show and art opening.
*Please note: we are not hosting any openings until further notice

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