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The Brooklyn Preschool of Science has limited open spots for September when they reopen (sponsored)
The Brooklyn Preschool of Science in Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill and Park Slope will be reopening in early September so all safety measures are in place prior to the start of the school year. BPOS has been working for months now, creating a COVID-19 safety plan/reopening plan. Thinking of child ... (read more).
Governors Island opening 7/15, no ferries from Brooklyn Bridge Park
Governors Island will be open to the public beginning July 15 from 10 AM to 6 PM on weekdays and 10 AM to 7 PM on weekends. It will launch a number of health, safety and social distancing protocols upon reopening to ensure a safe environment for all visitors, a ... (read more).
Most students returning 2 to 3 days per week to school buildings in public schools this fall
A blended learning model has been announced for the 1.1 million public school students in the City which will mean 1, 2 or 3 days per week of in-person learning in schools depending on the school’s building capacity. The days not at school physically, students will be doing remote learning ... (read more).
BKI: Middle School Done Right — Applications Open! (sponsored)
Brooklyn Independent (BKI) located in the heart of Fort Greene, believes the right middle school can unlock the potential in every child. Our whole citizen approach prioritizes high rigor, high application in an intentionally diverse environment. Our sliding-scale tuition model ensures ALL students have access to an excellent independent ... (read more).
Pier 2 uplands with water play now open in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn Bridge Park has opened just over 3 acres of new parkland at the Pier 2 Uplands, bringing the Park’s construction to 95% complete. The Pier 2 Uplands expands the Park’s green space east of Pier 2, adding a 6,300 square foot lawn and nearly 1,300 new trees. It also ... (read more).
Restaurants and coffee shops permanently closing in Brooklyn
Many restaurants, cafes, bodegas, hair salons and more are reopening now that the City is awakening. However, some places have permanently closed and will be missed by the community. Our list is not complete, if you know of others email us to info@brooklynbridgeparents.com: Brooklyn Roasting Company on Jay Street in DUMBO ... (read more).
Building Bridges Preschool Welcomes Back Families this Fall – Limited 2020-21 Openings Available (sponsored)
More than ever, we look forward to welcoming our families back to preschool in September! As a small business, we have experienced our fair share of challenges due to Covid 19 but with great optimism, hard work and support from our membership in the Brooklyn Coalition ... (read more).
More outdoor dining on pedestrian streets launching in Brooklyn
Mayor de Blasio revealed the first 22 locations for the expansion of outdoor dining options under an initiative that combines the two programs Open Streets and Open Restaurants. The program expands restaurant seating onto car-free streets on weekends starting Friday, July 3 in DUMBO, Red Hook and Park Slope. 5th Avenue ... (read more).
Water sprinklers and labs, dog runs, recreational facilities and barbecue areas – what opens when
The following water sprinklers and water labs are on: Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 water lab Pirate Ship Playground sprinklers in DUMBO Walt Whitman Park sprinklers Cadman Plaza Fort Greene Playground sprinklers Underwood Park sprinklers on Lafayette Avenue Carroll Park sprinklers Boerum Park sprinklers on Warren Street St. Mary’s Playground sprinklers on Smith Street Mother Cabrini Park sprinklers on ... (read more).

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