Life In Motion
Once again, here are a few things to fill your weekend in Long Island City:
Events all weekend…
NY Art Book Fair – Come to MoMA PS1 all weekend for unique printed art books from over 200 artists from 20 countries. There will be book signings, screenings, workshops, and performances. Free to the public. 22-25 Jackson Ave
In & Out of Time at at Ten 10 Studio – The exhibit opened yesterday, and features 360-degree panoramic photographs by Rafeal Octavio. Check out the studio website, ten10studios.com, to see an example of Octavio’s incredible work. The exhibit only lasts through the weekend, so be sure to stop by! 10-10 47 Road.
Concluding its Gus Van Sant series, Museum of the Moving Image will screen Milk, Van Sant’s famous film chronically the life of politician and gay activist, Harvey Milk. Starring Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, and James Franco, Milk is a truly fantastic film. See it for the first time, or enjoy it again at the museum’s unique theater. 7PM. Tickets are $12/ $9 for senior citizens and students.
The Beginnings of Video Games, a new exhibit at Museum of the Moving Image – This highly anticipated event is sure to excite the nerd in all of us. Think you’ll just be looking at some old pac machines? Think again. The amount and assortment of games will surely be worth the cost of museum admission ($12 for adults; $9 for seniors/students). The event on Saturday begins at 2PM, and features a live discussion via Skype with Ralph Baer, inventor of the revolutionary Brown Box prototype, as well as a demonstration of William A. Higinbotham’s legendary analog computer game Tennis for Two.
Enjoy the weekend! We cannot believe it’s already October!
A French bistro in the heart of Long Island City, Tournesol is one of the neighborhood’s most beloved restaurants – and for good reason. It evokes a classic, unpretentious European vibe. Old photographs line the walls, collectibles and glass bottles are placed half-hazardly in the windowsill, and hues of deep red and light mustard accompany the hardwood floors and tables (often a vase of sunflowers sits on the bar). On the menu is a selection of delicate soups, fresh paninis, flavorful salads, and light, delicious entrees. Think classic French dishes: croque monsieur, ham & cheese croissant, French union soup, steak frites, even a hamburger with foie gras. Go to their website for a full menu; we predict salivation.
The restaurant is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner. For anyone who likes French food, an intimate, authentic setting, quality ingredients, or just a relaxing glass of wine, we suggest Tournesol. Located at 50-12 Vernon Blvd. Website: tournesolnyc.com
“What attracted you to The Industry LIC?”
We’ve asked our buyers that question, and will periodically provide their answers on the blog. It may be just a quick phrase or anecdote, but it’s window into why, like so many others, these New Yorkers are choosing to make Long Island City their home – and think The Industry suits their needs perfectly!
What attracted you the The Industry LIC?
“With 3 kids and a dog, the yard space is great for our family… The Court Square area is full of other families.”
You heard it here first… The indoor and outdoor space at The Industry (patios, a yard, landscaped rooftop) makes our condos a place for both kids and adults to play, relax, and enjoy the nice weather. And, in an area densely populated with museums, galleries and theatres, there are arts workshops for kids happening weekly. With a slew of highly regarded preschools, plush parks, and family owned, kid-friendly restaurants, LIC is a terrific, safe neighborhood for your tot – or the kid in all of us.
Think our condos could be a great next step for your family? Stop by our sales office during the week, or an open house this weekend.
With its rooftop views of the Manhattan skyline, beautiful interiors, and inexpensive mini bar (now come on, that’s a novelty!), we love the Z Hotel near our condos in Long Island City. And New York Daily News loves it too! Read these excerpts from today’s article by Jason Sheftell, and you’ll understand what all the fuss is about.
“When hotel owner Henry Zilberman looks at the streets of New York, he doesn’t see what’s there now. He sees what will be there five years from now.
So when he checks out the neighborhood around his newly opened Z Hotel New York City, three blocks from the East River on 43rd Ave. in a quiet industrial section of Long Island City, he sees galleries, nightclubs, restaurants and boutiques. He sees artists at cafes and young people from Korea, Germany, China and Canada drinking at bars and looking at art. He sees life.
His Z Hotel, a 100-room super-chic boutique property with restaurant space, free limousine rides to Manhattan and a rooftop bar, has helped bring a new level of style to this neighborhood that always seems on the verge of the big time. Rolex, Jet Blue, city agencies and a United Nations facility are in or coming to the area. More than 10,000 new day workers are expected in the next three to five years. With the mixed-use affordable and market-rate residential neighborhood Hunters Point West slated to begin construction soon, more than 5,000 new residents will be living in the area.
‘It’s shocking Long Island City isn’t more popular than it already is,’ Zilberman says. ‘It’s an incredibly cool place and it gets cooler every day. We’re much closer to Bloomingdale’s and midtown than people in the West Village or Harlem. It’s not expensive. It’s quieter than Williamsburg. Cheaper and safer than Bushwick. It’s all about proximity and you can be in the city or the airport in less than 15 minutes. This is the next place to be. It’s the place to be now.’ ”
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!
Sheftell also writes, “Decorated by Andres Escobar, who has done numerous Manhattan and borough condominium projects, the hotel has a feel that’s downtown, upscale, edgy and arty. The roof deck, which will soon close for the winter, has vintage couches and serves pizza, beer and signature cocktails while DJs spin records.”
A great article!
Once again, we’re breaking down things to do in Long Island City this weekend. Add a couple of these events to your days, plus an open house at our luxury condos, then stir in some relaxation, a glass of wine and delicious grub (which you can find at one of LIC’s fantastic markets), and voilà - you’ve got a perfect New York weekend!
Stop by LIC Bar tonight to unwind with cocktails and live music from local singers, songwriters & musicians. The fun begins at 7PM, 45-58 Vernon Blvd. One night not enough? LIC Bar has live music on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays as well.
And at 100-years-old, it has an antique, old-school vibe that contributes perfectly to the casual vibe.
Stay tuned for a post dedicated to all the Long Island City bars – so many cocktails to choose from!
We mentioned this earlier in the week, but can’t resist restating: there is a preview screening of 50/50 at Museum of the Moving Image tonight @ 7:30PM! Directed by Jonathan Levine, 50/50 is a comedy about friendship, love and courage after a 27-year-old man’s cancer diagnosis. It stars everyone’s favorite vulnerable, indie-charmer, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, along with Seth Rogen and Anjelica Huston. Tickets are $15/ $10 for members.
There’s certainly a lot of buzz around this film – be the first of your friends to see it! Or actually, bring all your friends to the screening, that’s a much better idea.
Agora LIC Market from 10AM-4PM. Come for art, food, and bring. Bring your kids for the children’s activities or stroll through the stalls on an afternoon date. There’s plenty to choose from, and it’s a great place to see what the LIC community is all about. Located at Saint Mary’s Lot, 10-31 49 Ave.
Attention, attention! M. Wells is back… or at least for an afternoon. The beloved restaurant is coming home to LIC for a last goodbye (or hopefully a “see you soon”) this Sunday from 1-3PM at Gantry Plaza State Park, this time in a food truck. Chef Hugue Dufour and his wife Sarah Obraitis will be cooking out of the All-Clad Food Truck FOR FREE. Haven’t had a chance to taste the famed cuisine? Come out this weekend – but be prepared for the line!
Back to School: Learn Something New @ Flux Factory. The 3-hour DIY manufacturing class speaks to Flux Factory’s exploration of unique mediums for artistic expression, and is sure to bring out the creative side in all it’s students. It’s a bit hard to wrap our heads around the concept, so we’ll just let Flux Factory do the explaining:
“In this class, students will be introduced to open source 3D modeling softwares and the online resources to produce almost anything. With a focus on 3D printing and flat cut CNC milling, thefuturefuture will guide students through an exercise to digitally model a light fixture. Mimicking digital fabrication tools, we will build up the fixture in sectional layers until the final form is achieved.”
That’s all for this week folks! Tell us what events you enjoy in Long Island City this weekend!
It’s that time of year again – the weather begins to change, kids reluctantly head back to school, store shelves are stocked with Halloween candy, and billboards, magazines, and subway stations are littered with advertisements for new and returning television shows. At Silvercup Studios, Long Island City’s famous film and television production facility, there’s definitely a fall feeling in the air. Stuart and Alan Suna, Presidents of Silvercup, are the developers of The Industry, and their luxury condominium building and studios are only a couple blocks apart. So program your DVRs, here’s a breakdown of the shows filmed at Silvercup and their premiere dates! First, our new shows…
“Unforgettable” - Tues, 9/20 @10PM on CBS
If you tuned into the show last night, we hope you think that “Unforgettable” is as unforgettable as we do. Starring Poppy Montgomery and Al Burns, the show follows Carrie Wells (Montgomery), a homicide detective with superior autobiographical memory, a rare condition that allows her to remember details from almost every day of her life. In the show, Wells is reunited with her former partner and ex-boyfriend (Burns) – we’re sure drama will unfold there! If you love crime dramas, kick-ass female characters, or ever wonder what I’d be like to have a flawless memory, tune into “Unforgettable.”
“Person of Interest” - Thurs, 9/22 @ 8PM on CBS
Starring Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson and Taraji P. Henson, “Person of Interest” is a crime drama produced J.J. Abrams & Jonathan Nolan. Finch (Emerson) is a software billionaire who creates a machine to predict violent crimes before they happen. He teams up with ex-CIA agent Reese (Caviezel), who is thought to be dead, and together they use modern-day technology (if you need a reminder of how prevalent and powerful cell phones, email, and surveillance cameras are, tune into this show) to save lives and fight crime.
“A Gifted Man” – Fri, 9/23 @ 8PM on CBS
In this drama, Patrick Wilson plays Michael Holt, a talented surgeon whose life changes when his diseased ex-wife begins to speak to him from the afterlife. Through her guidance (she continues to appear despite a slew of gurus attempting to rid him of her presence), Michael begins to see the world differently and learns the value of self-sacrifice and philanthropy. It may seem out there, but trust us, it’s beautifully acted and tackles complicated issues with humor and heart. And hey, what’s wrong with adding a likable ghost to all the vampires on television!
“Gossip Girl” – Mon, 9/26 @8PM on The CW
The CW’s hit show about the young, beautiful, and rich of the Upper East Side returns with a bang, as the gang travels to Hollywood. Don’t worry, they won’t be heading to the Peach Pit anytime soon; the plot lines are just as scandalous (guilty pleasure, anyone?) as past seasons.
“How to Make it in America” – Sun, 10/2 @10:30PM on HBO
The show, beginning its second season, stars Bryan Greenberg, Lake Bell, and Victor Rasuk, twentysomethings who hustle their way through New York City’s fashion scene in hopes of achieving the American Dream.
Have no fear, Silvercup’s other shows, “30 Rock” and “White Collar,” will premiere this winter, along with the new and highly anticipated HBO show, “Girls.” Stay tuned for more info!
Silvercup and The Industry are buzzing with excitement for all our fall shows. Let us know which you watch, and what you enjoy! We’ll be posting more info and links to previews and behind-the-scenes videos on our Facebook & Twitter accounts – follow/like both The Industry & Silvercup Studios.
A few fantastic things are happening this week in the Long Island City arts community – thought we’d pass them along!
First up: tonight is the Benefit for Socrates Sculpture Park, which is entering into its 25 year. As we stated in an earlier blog post, “Open every day of the year, free of charge, Socrates Sculpture Park is a staple of the community’s artistic life, featuring work throughout of the year of up-and-coming artists – as well as providing a home for student groups, exercise gurus, movie buffs, thespians, and lovers of organic foods, beautiful crafts, and the small charms of the bustling big city.”
Tonight’s event surely won’t disappoint, with a live band, boat rides, creole dishes, and more! Head to the park’s website for program details and tickets: www.socratessculpturepark.org
Wednesday brings another event honoring the arts, the LIC Arts Open Autumn Party. Come celebrate theatre, dance, sculpture, painting, and music with LIC artists, businesses, and community members. The LIC Arts Open, a weeklong festival each May, showcases the diverse works of LIC artists. The headquarters is just around the corner from our condos! Tomorrow’s soiree is on the second floor of the Metropolitan Building, a breathtaking space.
But if you’re just craving some buttered popcorn and a good movie, this week also won’t disappoint. On Wednesday at 6:30PM, the museum will hold a special preview screening of Brad Pitt’s new film, Moneyball, directed by Bennett Miller. The film will be followed by a discussion with Miller.
In the film, based on a true story, Pitt plays Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s. Moneyball also stars Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Tickets to the event are $20/ $15 for members.
But wait, there’s more! Museum of the Moving Image also hosts a preview screening of the new film 50/50 this Friday at 7:30PM. Directed by Jonathan Levine, 50/50 is a comedy about friendship, love and courage after a 27-year-old man’s cancer diagnosis. It stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, and Anjelica Huston. Tickets are $15/ $10 for members.
As always, please leave us a comment about what you suggest we profile in our blog – restaurants, bars, shops, events, anything and everything in LIC!
No question about it, today definitely feels like fall. As the season begins to change, here a few ways to make this weekend just as glorious as those of summer:
Mickeybo & Me @ New York Irish Center, 7:30PM. The 2004 film follows two boys, one Catholic and the other Prodestant, at the beginning of The Troubles in Northern Ireland in 1970. Together, they dream of Australia and “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids.”
10-40 Jackson Avenue . Tickets are $10 . Wine & Cheese reception
“Ghosts” @ The Secret Theatre – A Queens Player’s production, “Ghosts” is the story of one woman who attempts to rid herself of all of her late husband’s belonging while facing ghosts of her past and coming to terms with the. Fri, Sat & Sun @8PM. Tickets are $18
Along with our usual favorites like GrowNYC, fitness classes at Socrates Sculpture Park, and paddling with the LIC Boathouse, there are some great events this weekend.
72 Hour Urban Action: Getting Ready for Action – 72 Hour Urban Action, 3 days in 2012, is set to be the world’s first real-time architectural festival, with 10 international teams to compete to design projects in Long Island City. On Saturday, community members will meet for a day of brainstorming. Join ‘em and learn first hand about this historic event, referred to by The New York Daily News as the “Iron Chef” of architecture. Gathering and registration is at 9:30AM at MoMAPS1 (22-25 Jackson Ave).
Origami Workshop @ Resobox Gallery (41-26 27th Street) – Sam Ita, whose work is on display at the gallery, will instruct the workshop, from 3-4PM. The exhibit is also open all day Sunday.
Everyone’s a Winner Party @ Flux Factory (39-31 29 Street), 9:00PM. Various games, prizes, DJs and more. Admission is $10 in advance/ $15 at the door.
Fist & Sword Event (True Legend screening) @ Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35th Ave, Astoria), 2PM.
Here’s the museum’s description of the film, True Legend: ”This epic return to directing from martial arts choreographer (The Matrix; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) Woo-ping Yuen follows Su Can, a retired Qing dynasty general with dreams of starting his own martial arts school. His peaceful life is upended when his vengeful adopted brother returns from war armed with a deadly weapon, the Five Venom Fists. Weakened but not destroyed, Su Can learns a never-before-seen form of martial arts: the Drunken Fist.
Following the screening, Jose Figueroa, a Tai Chi Master and co-founder with JoJo Torres of the world famous Rock Steady Crew of break dancers will discuss and demonstrate the relationship between Kung Fu and break dancing.”
Don’t forget about the Gus Van Sant series, also at Museum of the Moving Image. See his classics, Good Will Hunting and My Own Private Idaho, this weekend. Head their website, www.movingimage.us for more info on screenings!
Lastly, don’t forget about the small screen on Sunday – tune into the Emmy Awards @ 8PM on Fox. The Industry’s developers, Stuart and Alan Suna, are the presidents of Silvercup Studios (just a couple blocks away in LIC), so we’re rooting for 30 Rock, which shoots at the studios! Go Tina, Alec and Jenna!
Have a great weekend, LIC! And hey, if you like our blog, check us out on Twitter & Facebook!
Here’s a photo from last night’s event, the screening of Gus Van Sant’s Restless at Museum of the Moving Image that we profiled excitedly in an earlier post. Not the best quality, but still, it’s Gus alright! To the left is his Director of Cinematography, Harris Savides. Both spoke after the film, to an enthusiastic audience of film buffs eager to know about their inspirations, how they collaborate (they’ve worked on many films together), why they chose Portland as a shooting location, and what they were trying to accomplish with the style of the film. Van Sant spoke about the differences between films where he’s adapted other people’s writing on the screen (as he did for Restless) and those for which he’s served as both writer and director.
The film, in select theaters this weekend, is a lovely portrait of young love and loss. It follows Annabel (Mia Wasikowska) and Enoch (Henry Hopper), teenage misfits who fall in love while she is terminally ill. Well-acted, charming and heartbreaking.
Craving something sweet? Head straight to Martha’s Country Bakery. The oh-so quaint shop has seating both inside and out; you can order at the counter or be served. Purchase a cake for a special occasion, or stop in for a quick treat or leasurely pastry date with friends. If that isn’t enough options for ya, check out their selection: gelato, hot & cold coffee drinks (including frozen hot chocolate), smoothies, 10 varieties of pies, 15 different cakes, scones, muffins, cookies, cupcakes, fruit tarts, puddings, bite size pastries – whatever sweet you crave, we’ll guess Martha’s has it, and that it’s pretty delicious. Mouth watering yet?
Martha’s Country Bakery is located on Ditmars Blvd (36-21) in Astoria. Call for a cake: 718.545.9737.
Another Monday in Queens! Fortunately the weather still feels like summer, and the streets are busy with residents soaking up the sun. Walk outside our building on 44th Drive, and here are a few things you might come across…
Madera Cuban Grill & Steak House, The Secret Theatre, MoMA PS1, and Cranky’s Cafe: just a few examples of the vibrant art community & vast selection of restaurants that characterize LIC!
It’s TGIF-time, and once again we’re posting a few things to do in Long Island City this weekend – ways to spend time with loved ones, and enjoy art and outdoors on this commemorative, reflective weekend.
Scroll down to yesterday’s post to read more about the Gus Van Sant series at Museum of the Moving Image. Through Sept. 20th, the museum will be screening Van Sant films, beginning tonight with Drug Store Cowboy at 7PM. General admission is $12, students & seniors tickets are $9.
Live Music @ Astor Room – Emerging artists from Song Circle play each Friday night from 9-11PM. Why not make a night of it? The Astor Room (34-12 36 Street, Astoria) is known for its delicious cocktails and grub, with an extensive wine collection, comfort food done right (chicken pot pie, French union soup, fish & chips – oh my!), and a cocktail list Hollywood-inspired, “forgotten classics.” A vodka gimlet please!
Learn more about Song Circle at http://www.songcirclemusic.com/
Head to GrowNYC Market for fresh produce and homemade treats, at Socrates Sculpture Park starting at 8AM. Haven’t had your fix of all-things organic? Agora LIC Saturday Market opens at 10AM, with arts, crafts & food. Located at Saint Mary’s Lot (10-31 49 Ave). Let us know what your favorite food or craft stand is by commented on the blog – we’d love some suggestions!
Speaking of Socrates Sculpture Park, Saturday begins the 2011 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition (EAF) which runs through March 4th. The exhibit is a chance for artists to hone their skills, showcase their talents, and work with unusual and creative materials on a very large scale. With six months of days to choose from, we hope you’ll stop by the park multiple times to see the artists’ truly amazing creations. The opening is from 2-6PM
Side Show the Musical has its final performance on Saturday night at The Secret Theatre (44-02 23 Street). The LIC Partnership describes the thoughtful, poignant show well: “A unique musical that explores what makes us all different and how beauty is truly only skin deep, SIDE SHOW tells the amazing story of how these talented and extraordinary women navigate their feelings, dream of life and love beyond the freak show and long to be like everyone else. Learn about their lives as side show attractions, beloved vaudeville stars, and two sisters attached for life.” The performance is at 8PM; admission is $18.
Friends of the Gantry Park, Street Tree Pruning - LIC residents come together to beautify the city and enjoy the nice weather. The meeting place is Cranky’s Cafe (49-19 Vernon Boulevard) at 9:30AM – come hungry for a morning pastry or frothy latte, the cafe is one of LIC’s finest!
Museum of the Moving Image is holding a special September 11th anniversary screening of Man on A Wire, the 2008 documentary about Philippe Petit, a Frenchmen who walked on a cable wire between the Twin Towers. Described by the museum: “The film, an uplifting and enchanting tribute to human ingenuity, never mentions the destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001; instead, it poignantly brings them back to life, reminding us of a magic New York moment long before 9/11.” Screenings are at 4PM and 6:30PM. MoMA PS1 also has a special 9/11 exhibit, which opens at 10AM.
We hope you take advantage of some of the great activities in LIC this weekend! And if you’re in need of a fresh start, more space, an easier commute, or whatever your reasons for a move may be, stop by The Industry LIC open houses, Saturdays & Sundays from 12-3PM.
Friday marks the beginning of the Gus Van Sant series at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens (close to our LIC condos – we’re very lucky!), which includes a screening of his new film Restless next Wednesday, with a discussion with the director to follow.
Van Sant, know best for his hit Good Will Hunting and his recent film Milk, has transformed independent cinema with his unique aesthetic and commitment to telling stories of marginalized groups. Restless follows two misfit teenagers, played by up-and-comers Mia Wasikowska and Henry Hopper, as they fall in love and deal with death.
The Museum of the Moving Image provides the public with a means of appreciating and understanding the complex history of film, television, and digital media through screenings, interractive exhibits, and workshops for children. Visit the museum, and you’ll see famous costumes, wigs and movie make-up on display, artifacts of early kinetoscopes, television sets, film posters, head shots, and even an exhibit of video games.
The Van Sant series runs from Sept. 9th through Sept. 30th. Tickets for Restless are $20 ($15 for museum members). We’ve bought our tickets, and could not be more thrilled! Here is a list of all the films in the series (Friday evening screenings are $12 & $9 for students/seniors, but all other times are free):
Drug Store Cowboy, Mala Noche, My Own Private Idaho, Goodwill Hunting,
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Paranoid Park, To Die For,
Gerry, Elephant, Psycho, Last Days, Milk
Go to the museum for dates, show times, to watch the Restless trailer, & more info: http://www.movingimage.us/films/2011/09/09/detail/gus-van-sant/
Another weekend in Long Island City, and Labor Day at that! With an extra day for festivities and relaxing, here are suggestions for how to spend the last days of the summer (how is September already here?!). ENJOY!
First Fridays at The Noguchi Museum
A prominent Japanese American artist and landscape architect, Isamu Noguchi worked in a diversity of mediums, creating gardens and architecture, along with sculptures, furniture and lighting designs, ceramics, and set designs. He founded the museum in 1985, and after his death, it still continues to serve and delight the LIC community. On Fridays during the summer, the museum is open late, with pay-what-you-wish-admission, a cash beer & wine bar, and plenty of outdoor space to mingle with friends and fellow patrons.
5:30PM – 8PM . 9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Blvd)
Saturday marks the end of Trecartin’s exhibit at MOMA PS1, which features a series of interconnected movies. MOMA PS1 describes Trecartin’s influence in the art world: “Trecartin has been influential within the art world and among a broader, intergenerational set of thinkers and cultural consumers. Consistent with his work to date, this latest series mines emergent evolutions of identity, narrative, language, and visual culture for content, and propels these matters forward as expressive mediums, through darkly jubilant and categorically frenetic formal experimentations.”
Warm-Up Series @ MOMA PS1
Come out for the last concert of the summer!
Here are this week’s artists:
The 2 Bears / Southern Fried / London, UK
Horsemeat Disco / Strut / London, UK
Midnight Magic / Midnight Sun / New York, NY
Justin Miller / DFA / New York, NY
BICEP / Throne of Blood / London, UK
22-25 Jackson Ave . 2PM – 9:PM
Sweetleaf coffee shop (see our blog post on “Where to go for a cup o’ Joe”) & Dutch Kills Bar are combining forces to provide a free tasting menu of alcoholic coffee beverages. Yum.
4-6PM . 10-93 Jackson Avenue
The series ends on Sunday, but have no fear, there are 5 screenings this weekend:
Robin & the 7 Hoods, Fri @ 7PM & Sat @ 4PM
Ocean’s Eleven, Sat @ 7PM & Sun @ 7PM
Von Ryan’s Express, Sun @ 4PM
36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria
Join the LIC Community Boathouse on Sat, Sun or Mon at 1PM. No reservation needed, but those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Check out their website for more info: www.licboathouse.org
A very happy Labor Weekend to all! If you’re looking for a new home, or just want to see what we offer, come to an OPEN HOUSE here at The Industry – we’d love to meet you!