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Montague BID “Sunday Social” Happening On Sept 15th

Now in it’s third year, the Sunday Social is a FREE family-friendly day of entertainment, music and activities. The Kids Zone, curated by Brooklyn Bridge Parents, will host more than 25 free hands on activities including STEM, crafts, sports, Bey Blade tournaments, bouncy house, soccer, face painting, music and two free puppet shows.  Restaurants and […]

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Montague Street BID Hosts Sunday Social October 14th

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! The Montague Street BID is set to host their annual street fair, Sunday Social next Sunday, October 14th from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm between Court and Hicks Streets with Kids Zone sponsored by Brooklyn Bridge Parents. The event features a bouncy house and loads of family/kid friendly activities including a ninja […]

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Small Business Saturday-Shop Montague, Donate New Warm Winter Items, Take An “Elfie”

If you want to guarantee a spot on Santa’s “Nice” list, shop our local merchants on Montague Street this weekend during American Express’ Small Business Saturday, November 25th.  Businesses will offer special discounts, complimentary treats and holiday cheer and free gifts with purchase. Participating vendors include City Chemist, Lassen & Hennings, Montague Wines & Spirits and […]

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Get A Warm Fuzzy: Shop on Montague Street this Holiday Season, Donate Scarves, Hats & Gloves for the Needy

The Montague Street Business Improvement District (BID) invites you to donate unwrapped, gently-used hats, scarves and gloves at designated drop boxes located at our neighborhood’s local businesses and restaurants.  The holiday giving program, DROP SHOP EXPERIENCE TASTE, got underway on #SmallBusinessSaturday on November 28th and runs through December 28th. So far the program has collected […]

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Montague BID Presents the Inaugural First Wednesday This Week

Montague Street BID is sponsoring a First Wednesdays series of events this year, kicking off this Wednesday January 4. We hope to see you there! Here’s the info: Kick-Off Party January 4 5 – 8 PM St. Ann”s Parish House at 157 Montague Street Fun for the whole family. Enjoy a photo booth; jazz performed […]

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Montague BID Holiday Fun 12/14

Montague Street Business Improvement District will host caroling at the Brooklyn Heights Promenade tree lighting ceremony on December 14.  After the lighting, there will be caroling along Montague Street – all are welcome to join in. Here’s the official rundown from Montague BID: In the evening, at 5:30 p.m., the BID will sponsor a performance […]

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Get Your Carolin’ On, Wednesday in Brooklyn Heights

This festive “holiday” dispatch just in from the Montague BID: Annual Day of Holiday Song on Montague Street: December 15, 12:30 and 5:30 p.m. This Wednesday is the Montague Street BID’s annual celebration of the season: Beginning at 12:15 p.m., a student choir from St. Ann’s School will serenade lunchtime shoppers with traditional carols. In […]

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Report: Mauldin Exits Montague BID

Montague Business Improvent District executive director Chelsea Mauldin (BHB Ten 2009) will be leaving the organization this fall, the Brooklyn Heights Press reports.   The paper cites an e-mail sent to the group’s board of directors on August 6 announcing her plans to leave in pursuit of “other opportunities”.   A successor to Mauldin could […]

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Pumpkin Day on Montague Street

Yesterday was the second annual Pumpkin Day on Montague Street, hosted by the Montague Street Business Improvement District (BID). BID distributed free pumpkins to Montague Street businesses for display, with the help of Marty Markowitz, BID’s board of directors, and local middle school students. Over 50 Montague Street businesses are now ready for Halloween.

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Montague Street Crisis: The Video

We recently reported on the troubles facing Montague Street merchants and the challenges they present to independently owned stores.  Here’s the video companion for that series from BHB’s Sarah Portlock

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