Passover for Everyone, Queens Beer in Brooklyn, Learn the Basics of Wine, and Let the Kids Go on an Egg Hunt on a Historic Farm
You might think Passover is a holiday observed only by Jewish people. At this multifaith seder on the second night of Passover, faith leaders from the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Zen beliefs join local artists and activists to celebrate equality and justice. Highlights from a traditional Passover Seder will be interspersed with interactive storytelling, conversation, and a call to action for unity around the world.
The craft beer scene in Queens is so hot that great craft beer bars in Brooklyn simply can't ignore it. Local Bed-Stuy bar The Wilky is giving their taps over to Queens breweries for the night. Expect some interesting brews like a black gose with lemon peel aged in red wine barrels from Finback, a honey wit from Big Alice, and a double IPA from Singlecut.
Andy Fisher is the co-owner and president of Astor Wines & Spirits. So he knows a thing or two about wine. During this class, you'll get to taste wines from around the world while learning the basics about wine principles and how to identify aromas, tannins, acidity, etc. You'll also get to taste some small bites and get tips on how to pair wine with food.
Bring the kids to an old fashioned egg hunt at Queens County Farm Museum. This historic farm wil be hosting an egg hunt along with the oportunity to see the farm animals, take a hayride, and get a photo with Whiskers the Bunny. There will also be food vendors for the entire family. Be sure to purchase tickets in advance since none will be sold at the door.