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Top Takeaways From BHA Annual Meeting

Here are your correspondent’s top takeaways from Wednesday evening’s Brooklyn Heights Association Annual Meeting. For a more detailed account, see Mary Frost’s story in the Brooklyn Heights Press. Asked if he was aware of the shooting incident at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 2 last April, Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson (photo) said he was. He […]

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Brooklyn Heights Association Landmark House and Garden Tour to be Held on May 10

The Brooklyn Heights Association will hold its annual Landmark House and Garden tour on Saturday May 10. General admission tickets are $40, BHA members advance purchase $30. Tickets will be on sale or available for pick up the day of the event at 129 Pierrepont Street (St. Ann’s School) from 12:30pm – 4pm. As always, […]

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BHA House Tour Is This Saturday May 11

As previously reported, the Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual Spring House Tour date will take place this year on Saturday, May 11th according to the organization’s website. The tour starts at 1 pm and goes to 5 pm. Tickets are $40. More details after the jump.

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Qfwfq Reports: BHA House Tour 2011

On Saturday I “got my inner WASP on” (as a friend cpmmented), and went on the BHA House Tour. The houses for this year’s tour seemed, from this person’s perspective, more understated than usual. There was little of the ostentatious displays of opulence that dominated the houses of tours past which always made one rush […]

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BHA Seeks Volunteers and Bakers for House Tour Next Saturday; Will Hold E-Waste Recycling Event on Weekend of June 5-6

The Brooklyn Heights Association needs volunteers to be house-watchers at the annual House Tour next Saturday, May 8, and also wants bakers to make cookies for the House Tour reception. Dear BHA Friends: Our House Tour is this Saturday, May 8 and we still need volunteers to stand in the houses, and bakers to make […]

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