Image credit: Timothy Briner

Image credit: Timothy Briner



A Kid-Centered March On Issues They Care About

On Sunday, October 21st 1-3 pm, kids lead the way. The Young and Might March for a Voice will parade through the streets of Queens. Kids will be affected by the election this November and don't have a vote. But they do have a voice. Let's make sure it's heard. The march route will start and end at Lou Lodati Park in Sunnyside. Marchers will walk east on Skillman Ave., loop around to 43rd Ave. at 48th St. and then head back to Lou Lodati for a celebration.


The day before the march, teaching artists from the Children’s Museum of the Arts (CMA), in conjunction with CMA’s CIVICKIDS campaign, will partner with PARADE to offer Poster Making Parties (sign making workshops) in Sunnyside and Woodside on:

● Saturday, October 20th, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm at Sunnyside Community Services

● Saturday, October 20th, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm at Woodside On the Move’s Woodside Beacon Community Center at PS 361Q

The arts-based workshops will be offered to young participants in Sunnyside Community Services and Woodside On the Move programs, with limited availability to the public. Workshops will be geared towards children ages 7-12 years old, but all are welcome to attend with adult supervision. Tolearn more, contact Nancy Kleaver at


Organizers, Kate Marks, Nancy Kleaver, Paddy Johnson

Graphic Design, Tzipora Kaplan

Social Media, Paco Tolson





A special thanks to our premium sponsor: Fresh N Save

And to all of our sponsors for making this event possible: Aubergine Cafe, Suryaside Yoga, Jin Brothers Wine and Liquor, Skillman Pets, Firefly, Skillman Fresh Bakery, Sebastian Printing.