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LIC Springs, Community Block Festival, Returns in May

via Long Island City Partnership

April 27, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

LIC Springs is set to return to Vernon Boulevard for a fifth year next month.

The community block festival will take place on May 12 along the stretch of the boulevard between 50th and 46th Ave.

The free event will begin at midday and go through 5 p.m., and is chock-full of activities for all ages, including live music, theater performances, and dance. The festival also features art and sculpture making, fitness classes, pop-up activities, games, and outdoor dining.

The festival sees dozens of participating local businesses and organizations, and is organized by the Long Island City Partnership.

For more information, including how to sign up if you are a business or organization, visit the LICP’s event page.

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