By Kids Events Editor

Fairs and Festivals in Queens Week of May 27

May 27, 2013   |    

Find fun things to do this week in the NYC area in our Calendar of Events




These events have already taken place.

Click Here for the Latest Calendar of Events


Fairs and Festivals in Queens See what street fairs, holiday festivals, cultural parades, and other celebrations are happening in Queens this week of May 27. Get all the details on these fairs and festivals, including dates, start time, location, and information on special events or activities for kids and families. Most of these events are free. Whether you live in Queens or just plan on visiting this week, these fairs and festivals offer inexpensive fun and entertainment for the whole family. To see more free and low-cost upcoming events for kids and families in Queens, check out our complete calendar of events.

Want the best Queens events sent straight to your inbox each week? Sign up for our newsletter.

Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade -
May 27, 2013 - Little Neck

Do more than just show the flag on this holiday. Honor the great men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice to keep the USA free. Drawing 80,000 spectators and participants, this parade is the largest in the county. Highlights include an interfaith service, wreath-laying ceremonies, local HS marching bands, civic groups, and military organizations. Honorary Grand Marshals for this year include Gov. Cuomo, Mayor Bloomberg, and Boro Pres. Helen Marshall. Route ends at Alameda Boulevard in Douglaston.

Strawberry Festival - Highland Park
June 01, 2013 - Cypress Hills

Celebrate summer with all things strawberry! Enjoy crafts, games, face painting and more! Performances of Freckle Face Strawberry by Broadhollow Theatre and dynamic percussion sensation Hip Pickles.

These events have already taken place. Click Here for the Latest Calendar of Events

Find fun things to do this week in the NYC area in our Calendar of Events

Tags: 
Want to keep up with what parents near you are talking about? Sign up for our weekly newsletter.

Comments for This Article