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Pre-Halloween Events Make For Lively Saturday in Brooklyn Heights

Things got going at 11:00 a.m. Saturday with the start of the Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual Halloween Parade on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade (photo above; “Read full story” for more photos). Oscar the Grouch offered some wisdom to passers-by in the parade. Plymouth Church’s Yankee Fair featured a pumpkin patch, along with many activities for […]

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Halloween Theme for Last Open Streets Montague of 2023 This Saturday

For the first time in many weeks, no rain is being forecast for this Saturday, October 28. Open Streets Montague, presented by the Montague BID, promises to be a “SPOOK-tacular” pre-Halloween event, with local merchants inviting trick-or-treaters; free pumpkins while they last from a Pumpkin Patch; Halloween themed games, fitness, and dance events; music by […]

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No Open Streets Montague This Weekend, but Please Donate Blood

Another rainy forecast has caused the Montague BID to cancel Open Streets Montague for this weekend. The dogs will have to wait for their day, which was scheduled for this Saturday. However, the BID wants you to know that the New York Blood Center will have its Bloodmobile waiting for you at Montague Street between […]

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Open Streets Montague Resumes, with “Back to School” Theme This Saturday

After an August long hiatus, Open Streets Montague, presented by the Montague BID, will be back this Saturday, September 9, and will continue each Saturday through September and October. This Saturday will feature a back to school party with lots of activities for kids and parents on the blocks between Clinton and Henry and between […]

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Open Streets Montague Saturday

The pop-up blooms (photo, C.Scales for BHB) will be back from noon to 5:00 PM between Hicks and Henry streets. During the same time frame, between Henry and Clinton, there will be a Kids’ Zone, with “giant games, street chalk and more.” As always on Saturdays in June and July, from noon until five if […]

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Juneteenth and Father’s Day Weekend Round Up

This weekend is FULL of family-friendly events to help you celebrate Father’s Day. SAT JUNE, 17th & SUN, JUNE 18th 14th Annual Juneteenth presents Kaleidoscope of Black Culture “Juneteenth is the oldest, nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States of America…[The] Juneteenth Family Fun Day Festival gathers 20,000+ attendees local to the […]

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Mom’s the Star at Open Streets Montague Tomorrow

Click on “Read full story” for link. This being Mother’s Day Weekend, Open Streets Montague (Montague Street between Clinton and Hicks, 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM) will feature opportunities to shop for or make Mother’s Day gifts, and have mom’s photo portrait taken. There will also be lots of games, activities, and entertainment for adults […]

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Montague Open Streets Saturdays Starts Tomorrow, May 6

OPEN STREETS ON MONTAGUE STARTS TOMORROW (SATURDAY) No parking 9am-7pm Clinton – Henry & Henry – Hicks While you’re there, don’t forget to support our local businesses! Treat yourself to a new pair of fashionable but affordable shoes at Bentley’s. Grab a coffee and pastry at Lassen & Hennigs. Stop in for lunch at Grand Canyon […]

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“Open Streets” Returns to Montague Starting May 6

Open Streets Montague, co-sponsored by the Montague Street BID and by the Brooklyn Heights Association, with the co-operation of the NYC Department of Transportation, will return Saturday, May 6 and will continue every Saturday through October 28, with a break for all of August and through Labor Day (during which time, of course, everyone will […]

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Christmas Tree Stand Controversy Apparently Resolved

If you’ve been following the local news or listening to the latest chat in the neighborhood, you’re probably aware of the controversy over a Christmas tree vendor doing business on the sidewalk in front of the now vacant space previously occupied by a Loft store. This Channel 4 video (there’s an ad at the beginning) […]

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