The City Reliquary Museum delves deeper into the somewhat mysterious prefab constructions located on the Flushing Bay Promenade in Queens. They'll be opening their exhibit Candela Structures: A New York City History Mystery on May 16th, which promises to tell "the story of the underappreciated fiberglass formations and the surprising culture of mystery and misinformation surrounding them, from their origins as exhibit spaces during the 1964 World's Fair to their current status as neglected but enduring landmarks on the Queens waterfront."

At the opening reception on the 16th, arts and crafts materials will be provided so guests can sculpt their own Candela Structures, and "Save the Candelas" letters and envelopes will also be provided so guests can petition city officials attend to the sorely needed repairs on the structures.