Outdoor classes this summer in Brooklyn
Our overview features drop-in and seasonal classes for children 8 months to 17 years old in Prospect Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Fort Greene Park and other locations. If you are looking for summer camps, please review our separate summer camp guide here. Basketball clinics | Brooklyn Bridge Park Program: ... (read more).
We’re Taking the MOM-entum All the Way to City Council (sponsored)
Parents, residents, small business owners, and more showing their support — and we’re counting down to June 22! By April Somboun, Candidate, NYC Council District 33 There are countless reasons I’m running for City Council in Brooklyn’s District 33. But, when I take a step back, they all ladder up to one ... (read more).
Final map for the District 15 rezoning – keeping school zones and adding admissions priorities
The CEC 15 and Department of Education held another community meeting on June 9th to recap the final research outcome of the PAR team and present a final rezoning map for the rezoning of 7 elementary schools in District 15 including P.S. 38, P.S. 261, P.S. 32, P.S. 15, P.S. ... (read more).
Registration is open for summer camp at Building Bridges Preschool (sponsored)
Building Bridges Preschool is offering a FUN and EXCITING Summer Camp Program in 2021.Our classes are held in our cheerful classrooms while also utilizing our enclosed outdoor garden and play area. For more outdoor activities we visit Cadman Plaza Park directly across the street. Campers will learn about ocean life and water fun, blast off ... (read more).
Brooklyn Heights news – new restaurant, BQE news, BLM exhibit, construction news and more!
New restaurant Giulia on Montague Street Heights Cafe on the corner on Montague and Hicks Street is now Giulia restaurant! The Italian menu features six different pasta dishes, chicken parmigiana, the Heights burger and Branzino. Full menu here. BQE update The bills to establish a pilot program that uses weigh-in-motion ... (read more).
Outdoor Exhibition at the Center for Brooklyn History in Brooklyn Heights
Since the 1600s, to value Black life, Brooklynites have put their bodies on the line. They have promoted education as activism. They have turned celebration into political demonstration. They have formed alliances and allyship. Using images and text to portray these four themes, the Brooklyn Resists exhibition proves that while racism persists, ... (read more).
One Boerum Place Launches Leasing on Luxury, Family-Sized Apartments (sponsored)
Avery Hall Investments has commenced leasing at One Boerum Place, an extraordinary new development featuring rental residences that pair condominium-level finishes, spacious floor plans, and cinematic views with unrivaled indoor and outdoor amenities. The one to four-bedroom residences were exquisitely designed by Gachot Studios with an array of ... (read more).
Water sprinklers in our neighborhoods in Brooklyn
Our list of water sprinklers in the neighborhood that are open weather permitting above 80 degrees throughout summer. Enjoy the water fun! BROOKLYN HEIGHTS Pier 6 Water Lab in Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 2 Water Lab in Brooklyn Bridge Park Van Voorhees Playground (Columbia St. and, Atlantic Ave) Harry Chapin Playground (Columbia Heights) Cadman Plaza Park ... (read more).
Come learn about food and nutrition with Food Art Summer program (sponsored)
For over a decade, Food Art for Kids, has been educating Brooklyn kids on nutrition, healthy eating habits, and cooking skills. Through visits to the local farmers market and grocery stores, we learn about the food chain and the process of sourcing our food. Through exploring different recipes, we learn how to bring ingredients together to create a healthy, satisfying dish. Our program ... (read more).


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