‘Summer Space’ Returns To Montague Street, September 9 & 23

Coming up Sunday, September 9th and September 23rd, the Montague Street BID presents its annual Summer Space, with a bevy of fun, free events. Closed to traffic and re-imagined as a pedestrian oasis from noon to 5 p.m. both Sundays, Montague Street restaurants will expand outdoor seating and hand out free samples, while other retailers will offer special promotions and services. Hundreds of tables and chairs will also line the street.

The fun includes opera by The Martha Cardona Theater; AfroBrazilian Samba Reggae by Batala New York City, an all women’s drumming band; Muzik by DJ Ricardo Campos; and dances by the Brooklyn Ballet’s Company and Youth Ensemble. The Brooklyn Heights Association will host the Third Annual Brooklyn Heights Dog Show September 23 from 1-3 p.m.; local dogs may be entered to win from a variety of categories. (For information about the dog show, visit www.thebha.org.)

In addition, there will be free outdoor yoga and Zumba classes, as well as chess tables, courtesy of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle; Etsy New York Team presenting craft-making demonstrations; and for the kids, a photo booth, scavenger hunt, hula-hoops and chalk drawing. For a full schedule of events & more details, click here.

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  • http://www.thebha.org Judy Stanton

    Chuck, thanks for mentioning the BHA Dog show event coming up on the afternoon of September 23rd. The BHA’s 2012 Dog Show Committee is gearing up to meet, and we’ll be publicizing the registration information and other show details soon after Labor Day. The idea is to make this homegrown show fun for dogs, their owners and the audience. Any dog who lives in Brooklyn Heights is eligible to enter the show on a first come, first served basis. In the meantime, if dog lovers reading the blog have suggestions for show categories, please email your ideas to: info@thebha.org, Subject: “Dog Show”.

  • hicksanthrope

    Love Summer Space but here’s the thing.. They need new chairs.
    They are not only unstable but I’ve seen more than one little kid fall through the back.
    Thanks in advance, Summer Space!