Oye Corona. Resource Fair

Corona Plaza will be a fun place to be with your family this coming Saturday 25th while you learn about free community resources. The community resource fair called Oye Corona, will present live music, workouts, art making workshops, dance performances, face painting, raffles and storytelling about inspirational causes.

Under the slogan “your rights, your choice, be informed” participants will find free resources for immigration, IDNYC, Action NYC, children and families, housing, labor and more. There will be also free dental, blood pressure and blood sugar screenings.

The event is sponsored by Queens Museum, The Mayor’s Office Immigrant Affairs,  ECP (Elmhurst Community Partnership), Asian Americans for Equality, NYC Administration for Children’s Services, QEDC, NYS Senator José Peralta, U.S. Congressman Joseph Crowley and Council Member Julissa Ferreras.  All activities are free.


11am- 5pm “Your rights your choice be informed” Resource fair by Elmhurst Community Partnership


3pm Mariachi Juvenil Latinoamericano: Mariachi Juvenil Latinoamericano is a young group of musicians who are developing their mariachi talent since 2015.

Exercise | Ejercicio: 

5:30 Mujeres en Movimiento Bailoterapia: Join Veronica Ramirez of Immigrant Movement International’s project Mujeres en Movimiento for an exercise dance class. This class is one of IMI’s most popular workshops; it is not your average zumba, jazzercise, or aerobics class. Vero choreographs energetic dances to a variety of Latin American rhythms from Mexican Banda to 80s Spanish rock ballads, and uses dance to raise awareness about health issues as well as build community and empower women in our community. Come dance and meet the amazing women of IMI! The class will be in Spanish, but English speakers and persons of all gender expressions can follow along to the moves.

6:00 Ñukanchik Llakta Wawakuna: A folkloric group for children that works exploring their identity, teaching Spanish and crafts. They also use the art of dance to educate and strengthen the culture and identity to the first generation of Andean migrant families. They believe in the importance of keeping the languages Kichwa and Spanish in their workshops.

Art by:

Renzo OrtegaThe city of the future mix media and sculpture workshop

Mobile Print Power: Printmaking workshop

The Uni Project: Mobile Reading Room

Questions? Email agarcia@queensmuseum.org

Corona Plaza programming is supported by grants from The Kresge Foundation, Surdna Foundation, Institute of Museum and Library Services, and The David Rockefeller Fund. Additional support provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.