About 400 Queens residents gathered to celebrate the Lunar New Year at our older adult center. The events were held at QCH’s Rego Park Older Adult Center, Pomonok Older Adult Center, and Forest Hills Older Adult Center.
On Tuesday, January 31 at 7pm, join us for a fun and informative conversation between youth of QCH's Neighborhood Intergenerational Chore and Errand (NICE) program and seniors about the importance of resilience.
Tonight 1/30 at 6pm - Remembering Tyre Nichols at Queens Borough Hall - Queens Borough President Donovan Richards is welcoming all Queens neighbors to gather at the steps of Borough Hall tonight at 6pm to grieve and remember the life of Tyre Nichols.
“I’ve been going to the Pomonok Community Center for seven years. When I’m here, I really enjoy playing ping pong for exercise and keeping me sharp. When you get older, it’s a great exercise against Alzheimer’s. Also, because of my work, I have a lot on my mind and sometimes struggle to sleep.
“I lived in my old apartment in Manhattan for 34 years. When I started to think about retirement, Jackson Heights in Queens was at the top of my list of places, mainly because of the convenient transportation.
Get a glimpse of Generation Q's improved space! Thank you to our friends at IKEA for making Generation Q more welcoming, with a lot new storage space, a new bathroom, bookshelves, beautiful art, and a great sound system for youth participants to enjoy!
Queens neighbors, we are happy to announce that the food pantry at the Forest Hills Older Adult Center is back and reopening tomorrow 1/12 at 8:30am! It will be open at 108-25 62nd Drive in Forest Hills every Thursday 8:30am-10:30am.