Free Movies @ MetroTech in July
These free, family-friendly film screenings take place every Wednesdays in July starting at 7 pm. You bring your blanket and get free popcorn. Movies start at sundown at MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn. July 19: A Bug’s Life July 26: Zootopia Comment
Trader Joe’s at City Point opening Friday 6/23
Trader Joe’s is slated to open Friday, June 23rd at 9 AM in the City Point Mall at 445 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Comment
Music classes for kids 2-5 years old this summer at Cadman Plaza
Elizabeth Giovino, music teacher at various local preschools, is hosting summer music classes on Thursdays in Cadman Plaza Park. Classes will take place not on the big turf but right next to it on the side. There are classes at 3pm and 4pm on Thursday June 22, July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27. They [...]
Sing for Hope pianos in our neighborhood until 6/25
There are 13 Sing for Hope Pianos stationed at various locations throughout Brooklyn this year and they will be there until June 25.  You can find three of them in our neighborhood: Willoughby Plaza Downtown Brooklyn Pier 1 Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 Brooklyn Bridge Park Sing For Hope Pianos are open dawn to dusk daily, [...]
Cobble Hill Playschool has limited openings in their 2017/2018 preschool program (sponsored)
Cobble Hill Playschool is a nationally-accredited (NAEYC), child-centered preschool that has been serving Brooklyn families for over 40 years.  Masters-level teachers and art professionals comprise our experienced faculty. Our play-based curriculum and robust arts program represent the best of developmentally appropriate preschool practice.  In our mixed-aged classroom, children work side by side, [...]
Participate in the lottery for free swim lessons in public pools this summer
NYC Parks will offer free Learn to Swim classes for toddlers (1 1/2 to 5 years old) and children (6 to 17 years old) at the pools in the Navy Yard and Gowanus this summer. Weekday morning sessions will be held during July and [...]
Subway service through Clark St. tunnel suspended until Spring 2018
Due to Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the Clark Street tunnel serving the 2 and 3 train, as well as eight other subway tunnels, were heavily damaged by flooding.  The MTA is beginning the long-planned repair of the Clark Street tunnel this weekend and every weekend through Spring 2018. Service through the tunnel will be stopped from 11:45 [...]
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