PS150Q International Family Festival: Tonight’s the night! (Free Event)

6pm: Bring your favorite dish to the cafeteria to share with our school community (this is optional, but appreciated!). Upon arrival, index cards will be available to label your dish.

6:15-7:00pm: All attendees can pick-up a plate and enjoy this diverse buffet style meal in the blue area with fellow members of our PS150Q family.

7:15-7:45pm: Adjourn to the Auditorium for an amazing and diverse vocal performance.

Free Performance! Spread the Word







Thursday, June 12th from 4:00 to 5:00 pm

Where: I.S. 145 – School Auditorium, Joseph Pulitzer Jr. H.S.

33-34 80th Street

 Jackson Heights, Queens


Gilgamesh Theatre Group uses magnificent masks, stilts and drummers to bring you the mystery and majesty of the Ivory Coast.  Members of this dance and music troupe hail from the diverse nations of Senegal, Guinea, the Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone and Burkino Faso.  Blending the diverse flavors of these different locations and cultures, these talented performers come together to create one family bound by their music, artistic creativity and love of West African culture.

Vado Diomande, Guest Artist, has danced since the age of four.  While still a teenager he was recruited by the Ballet National de Cote d’Ivoire (National Ballet of the Ivory Coast). During his over fifteen years with the Ballet National, he both performed and choreographed, mastering the over sixty different regional dance and drumming traditions of his native Ivory Coast, as well as other nearby West African countries.  The most spectacular of these traditional dances is the stilt dance featuring Gue-Pelou, God of the Sacred Forest.

Gilgamesh Theatre Group is pleased and proud to showcase this Master Artist for this special free performance.

Our programming is funded in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

 Special thanks to Christine C. Quinn for her support.

Sunnyside Gardens Public Fair

Sunnyside Gardens Park to host a Memorial Day Fair on Saturday, May 24 from 12 to 5 p.m. (rain date Sunday, May 25).

48-21 39th Avenue in Sunnyside Gardens

Kick off your summer at the Sunnyside Gardens’ Memorial Day Fair.  Fun for all ages, attendees will enjoy Carnival games including Pluck a Duck, Bean Bag Throw, Bottle Ring Toss and Goldfish Bowl, Ping Pong Ball Toss, T-ball.  Rides will include Bouncy Castles, a 4 Sided Rock Climbing Wall, Euro jumper and an Obstacle Course.  There will also be Face Painting, a Kiddie Nail Salon, and a Temporary Tattoo Parlor.  Crafts will include sand art, spin art, decorating foam crowns, jewelry making and design your own book. Food and drink will be available for purchase, including hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, homemade side dishes, popcorn, cotton candy, desserts, soft drinks, wine and beer and more.

World Class Entertainment will include a Dixieland Band, Silly Billy the Clown and a special appearance by Uncle Sam.  In addition, a raffle with premium prizes, 50/50 and bingo will be played with a plethora of prizes for the taking.  Raffle Winners will be announced at the end of the event.

Take Me Out To The Ballgame!

PS 150Q Staff, Students and Families,

Join the PS150Q community outing to see the New York Mets play the Milwaukee Brewers

June 10th, Tuesday at 7:00 pm, Citifield

Root for the home team and enjoy an evening out with the PS 150 community

Ordering tickets is easy but it is First Come First Serve so act quickly:

Tickets are $12 each.



In an envelope to return to your child’s teacher. PLAY BALL!

Ballgame Flyer