Valentines Day Feb 09, 2019 Even MORE Valentine’s Day Events In Astoria! We already told you about all the romantic (or not) things you can get up to this Valentine’s, but it turns out, there are even more Valentine’s Day shenanigans to (…) Share this Scoop by Laura Caseley total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print We already told you about all the romantic (or not) things you can get up to this Valentine’s, but it turns out, there are even more Valentine’s Day shenanigans to (…) by Laura Caseley Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops What To Do This Weekend! Feb. 14-16, 2020 Where to Feel the Love in Astoria This Valentine’s Day 2020 Get Romantic (Or Not) In Astoria This Valentine’s Day We already told you about all the romantic (or not) things you can get up to this Valentine’s, but it turns out, there are even more Valentine’s Day shenanigans to get up to in the neighborhood. Who would have guessed the folks around here were so romantic? Singles Pottery Wheel Lessons Remember that famous steamy scene from Ghost? Well, AlterWorks is giving you the chance to recreate it with their Valentine’s Day pop-up pottery wheel lessons on Thursday, the 14th. You’ll enjoy wine and cheese with friends (old and new!) and experiment with some clay on the pottery wheels. This is mainly a social event, so you won’t be coming home with a new vase. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, and buy tickets online. AlterWorks 30-09 35th Ave., Astoria 917.745.0137 Facebook | Instagram Valentine’s Day Dinner At RaR Bar RaR Bar, next to AlterWorks, is hosting a scrumptious 5-course dinner on Valentine’s Day with dishes like swordfish ceviche, lobster ravioli, lam shank, and much more, including vegan options, as well as a spicy chili chocolate roulade for dessert. There are two seatings; call to reserve. RaR Bar 30-01 35th Ave., Astoria 718.729.9009 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Tiny Market At Judy & Punch Judy & Punch is hosting a tiny market on Saturday, February 9, featuring handmade, one-of-a-kind items by local female artists and crafters. Choose from chocolates, knits, jewelry, cards, candles, and more. Stop by between 2 and 6pm and pick up something for your sweetie(s). Judy & Punch 34-08 30th Ave., Astoria 718.626.3101 Facebook | Twitter Yam Jewelry Pop-Up At Petals & Roots Petals & Roots is hosting another pop-up in their very floral space, this time featuring Yam, the handmade jewelry created by artist Morgan Thomas. Come check out her collection of modern-but-timeless earrings, necklaces, and more. Petals & Roots 31-27 31st St., Astoria 718.267.1700 Facebook | Instagram Family Crafts And More At Queens Library Multiple branches of the Queens Library are hosting craft classes, story readings, and more during Valentine’s week. Check out their list of events and see what’s happening at your local branch. Highlights include Broadway composer Bobby Cronin’s music sung by some of your favorite Broadway stars, and glass painting. Queens Library Various locations Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Tired Hookers At Let Love Inn So Tired Hookers is a band, get your minds out of the gutter — or into it, because it’s going to be a loud and wild good time at the Let Love In this Sunday, February 10, and 9:30. Check it out if you’re already over Valentine’s Day, if you’re totally not the romantic type, or if you just want to jam out to some of your favorite ’90s hits. There’s no cover, but as they request, please tip your hookers. The Let Love Inn 27-20 23rd Ave., Astoria 718.777.5683 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Okay, lovebirds, now that you have even more Valentine’s Day options, what will you be doing? Whatever you do, don’t forget to stock up on discounted Valentine’s candy at CVS on the 15th! Twitter Facebook Email Print live musicpopup marketspopupsShoppingvalentine's day Related scoops What To Do This Weekend! Feb. 14-16, 2020 Where to Feel the Love in Astoria This Valentine’s Day 2020 Get Romantic (Or Not) In Astoria This Valentine’s Day Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.