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DUMBO DROP! Enter to Win Fabulous Prizes While Supporting Dumbo’s Title 1 Schools – PS307 and Dock Street

Just $25 gets you a chance to win these incredible prizes, entry to view the Dumbo Drop, and a souvenir elephant!  5:00 pm Drop Prizes A Life Time Fitness 6-month Family Membership! ($4,000 value) Ritual Moves 10 Class Pack ($400 value) Washington Street Fun Pack: $150 tab at Joe Coffee + $150 tab at Dawn’s Til […]

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The Music House’s 15th Annual Fourth Window Concert This Sunday at 4 pm

Don’t miss the The Music House‘s 15th Annual 4th Window Concert this Sunday, May 19th, 4 PM at the corner of Henry and State Streets in Brooklyn Heights. Sit with your neighbors outside the 4th window from the corner to enjoy original piano arrangements or Rock, Pop and Broadway classics performed by neighborhood kids. A […]

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“Sound & Color Festival” at Brooklyn Bridge Park Saturday: Kite Flying and Music

This Saturday, May 18, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Brooklyn Bridge Park will host a “Sound & Color Festival.” The Kite Festival of previous years will have added musical accompaniment. Kite flying will take place on Pier 5, the soccer fields pier near the foot of Joralemon street, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. […]

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Mother’s Day Featured at Open Streets Montague This Sunday

This Sunday, May 12, will be the first Sunday for Open Streets Montague this year. It’s also Mother’s Day, so businesses along Montague will be offering moms a cornucopia of freebies and special deals, and there will be a class and performance by the Brooklyn Ballet. There’s more information here. Montague Street will be closed […]

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Out in the World – Book Launch – May 7 – Atlantic Avenue Barnes & Noble

If you loved Mark Jason Williams’ delightful and viral New York Times Modern Love essay (and podcast) about his $100 bet with his mother about her not talking about his childhood cancer and him not talking about being gay, you will want to head over to the Atlantic Avenue Barnes & Noble on Tuesday, May 7 […]

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Shake It All Off with the Full Monty

These have felt like dark days recently—–so why not shake it all off 1980’s style—and go for the Full Monty. The pop-rock musical about six unemployed Buffalo steelworkers who stage a strip show after seeing their wives’ enthusiasm for Chippendales opens on Friday at the Heights Players.  The show, an Americanized version of the hit […]

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Montague Open Streets Sundays May 12 through June 30

Open Streets Montague, made possible by the businesses of Montague Street and by the NYC Department of Transportation, produced by the Montague Street BID, with support by the Brooklyn Heights Association, will be held on Sundays from 10:00 AM through 5:00 PM beginning May 12 and continuing through June 30. On these days from 10:00 […]

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St. Ann’s School Puppet Parade This Tuesday, April 30

St. Ann’s School’s annual Puppet Parade will take place this coming Tuesday, April 30, starting at 1:00 PM. The Parade goes westward along Montague Street to the Promenade, turns northward along the Promenade, then returns to the school via Pierrepont Street. Photos from the 2013 Puppet Parade are here. Photo: Chuck Taylor for BHB.

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Monday is Earth Day — Celebrate This Weekend!

This coming Monday, April 22, is Earth Day. The Brooklyn Heights Association has notified us of many celebratory activities this Saturday, April 20 taking place near Brooklyn Heights. The Atlantic Avenue BID is having a celebration on Hoyt Street between Atlantic Avenue and State Street from noon until 3:00 PM on Saturday. The Downtown Brooklyn […]

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Egg Hunt at Pierrepont Playground Saturday, March 30

The Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual Egg Hunt will be held this coming Saturday, March 30 at Pierrepont Playground (entrance near corner of Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Street) starting at 11:00 AM. There’s always a long line, so plan to arrive early. There will also be a bake sale. If you would like to participate in […]

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