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June Health Events in LIC/Astoria

Here are some health events in the Long Island City/Astoria Queens area.

Mount Sinai Queens/Unite Community Civic Association Health Fair

WHEN: June 4, 2011 (Saturday)

TIME: 10 AM – 3 PM

WHERE: Most Precious Blood Church

32-23 36th Street

Long Island City

Bring the family for a free day of fun and health.  There will be face painting, prizes, balloons, music and refreshments, as well as life – saving health screenings and lots of medical information.


Personal Safety for Men and Women

WHEN: June 9, 2011

TIME: 12 NoonLunch will be served

WHERE: Crescent Tower, Community Room

23-22 30th Road

Long Island City

Learn about personal safety tips from our director of safety and security and protect yourself and your family.  Lunch will be served and registration is needed.   Call 718-267-4333 to register.

Speaker is Stephen Biscotti, retired detective from the New York City Police Departement Counter Terrorism Division, is director of safety and security at Mount Sinai Queens.


Rules of the Game:  Preventing Sports – Related Foot Injuries

WHEN: June 16, 2011


WHERE: Avalon Riverview, Community Room

2-01 50th Avenue

Long Island City

Speaker is Dr. Wayne Axman, DPM

Dr. Axman is chief podiatry at Mount Sinai Queens and director of the Podiatric Medical Education Residency Program at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

Free Prostate Cancer Screening

WHEN: June 22, 2011

TIME: 2-7 PM

WHERE: Physician Associates

22-15 30th Avenue

Long Island City

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among American men.  We urge men 45 and older to come for a free PSA blood test.  It could save your life!  Registration is needed.  Call 718-267-4333 to register.

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  1. Lori Crooks 06/04/2011 at 11:52 pm

    I wish I could come up and go to those with you! 🙂