Earth Day Celebrated on Montague Saturday

This coming Saturday, April 22, there will be an Earth Day celebration on Montague Street, all the way from Court Street to the Promenade entrance. The events will begin at noon, with music by the Brooklyn United Marching Band until 1:00. Immediately following that, from 1:00 until 4:00 PM, there will be other music and entertainment.

Given the time needed for set up and take down, it appears traffic will be banned from Montague all day Saturday. Parked cars may need to be moved. We’ll give you further information when available.

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  • Jorale-man

    So Montague St. may be steadily collapsing as a neighborhood retail destination but it will still have parades.

  • Ethan Allen

    Your comment exactly points out the seriously misplaced priorities involved.

    But earth day if examined comes down to a few unsavory realities: 1) everyone here should be “harmonized” to a “world” living standard…(like that of rural India!)
    2) you should pay your entire earthly worth in carbon taxes

    3) some (always unelected) UN “official” should run every key aspect of your life….

  • SongBirdNYC

    The Montague Bid invites everyone to “Take a selfies with the artist created butterfly wings and help [them] promote the value of pollinators while enjoying the local businesses on Montague Street.”


    Brooklyn United Marching Band performs


    16 foot butterfly wings painted by Artist, Michael Mut will on display for selfies.

    A mini astro turf soccer field and giant games

    Live Jazz, rap and a DJ spinning oldies, latest
    hits, rock, and dance tunes

    Specials, discounts, gifts with purchase and more
    at shops, restaurants and businesses

  • Diesel

    Said the Farmer, Patriot, Three piece sectional…