The Uni returned to Corona Plaza, Queens, another plaza newly pedestrianized by NYC DOT. Our host was the amazing Queens Museum, which has been trailblazing in its energetic efforts to engage the community outside their walls. (Read more about the museum’s approach to community and efforts in Corona Plaza in this interview with QMA Director of Programs, Prerana Reddy.) A big thanks to our new volunteer, Xavier Williams, graduate student in the Theories of Urban Practice program at Parsons Design school. Thanks also to Ken Gordon for monitoring approaching thunderstorm via radar. To maximize street time and avoid rain, we deployed early, threading the needle of bad weather. See final photos below for the dramatic finish where the community pitched in to help load out. Thank you Corona!