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First Presbyterian Church Celebrates Bicentennial

Brooklyn’s First Presbyterian Church was established in March of 1822, and has been in continuous operation since. It is located at 124 Henry Street, just south of Clark. To celebrate the Church’s bicentennial, it will be presenting “a year long calendar of events” that are open to the public. We will notify you of any […]

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Brooklyn Heights Community Fridge Featured in Real Simple Magazine

The Brooklyn Heights Community Fridge, and founders Rev. Adriene Thorne and Caroline Koster, were featured in Real Simple, an online and print magazine with millions of readers, in “11 Inspiring Stories of Neighbors Banding Together.” Congrats to the founders on yet another well-deserved accolade.

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Community Fridge Grand Re-opening Tomorrow.

In June we reported the opening of the Brooklyn Heights Community Fridge, located at 124 Henry Street, next to the First Presbyterian Church, between Clark and Pierrepont. Tomorrow – Sunday, October 3 – at 12:30 PM there will be a “Plug In” event for the newly decorated (see photo) fridge. The brownstone themed decor is by Denton […]

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