Upcoming Events In and Around the Community

Sunday, June 8, 2014 at 11am
Pre-Father’s Day Message Service

Sponsor: Rev. Dr. Fred Lucas & Brooklyn Community Public School 67 – 51 St. Edwards St. – Bklyn (Parking Lot Available)

Speakers: Rep. Ed Towns (Retired) & Commissioner/CEO Darryl Towns, N.Y.S. Homes & Community Renewal

Sunday, June 14, 10:00AM – 3:00PM
PS 9 Cycle Fest at PS 9 Playground, St. Marks Avenue between Underhill and Vanderbilt

PS 9 is hosting its first ever Cycle Fest!  They’ll have a Bike Bonanza for kids, with Learn to Ride, Bike Swap and free Helmet Fittings provided by Bike New York, Recycle-a-Bicycle, and DOT! Bike events are FREE but require parent/guardian to be present; please pre-register for Learn to Ride here. [Read more]


Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 9am 
Zion Baptist Church Men’s Celebration
Weekend Men’s  Breakfast

Guest Speaker: 
District Attorney Kenneth Thompson
Donation $20 

Sunday June 22, 2014 at 11am

Annual Men’s Day Guest Preacher: Rev. Edolphus Towns, Congressman (Retired)
Dr. M. Marquette 
Peace, Jr, Pastor

523 Washington Ave, Bklyn NY

Saturday June 21, 2014 at 11am
Walking Tour of Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood with well known guides Suzanne Spellen and Morgan Munsey  Sponsor: Society for Clinton Hill 

During the tour, they will lecture on the social and architectural history of the area,
providing fascinating details on points of particular interest.  Clinton Hill includes an amazing diversity of nineteenth century architecture, ranging from mansions designed by some of the best architects of the period for wealthy families to more modest frame dwellings, fine apartment houses, churches, and impressive institutional buildings.

Tickets are limited to thirty participants, and are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clinton-hill-walking-tour-tickets-11728260543

Saturday, June 28, 2014 Between 12:00 and 3:00pm
Child care providers of all types from in and around the Fort Greene Community will be at the Ingersoll Community Center to tell families about their programs.  Parents can meet with providers, learn about programs, understand pricing and subsidies, sign up for
services, get on waiting lists, and position themselves to make more informed choices about the care for their children from infancy through age 5. *Flyer DayCareExpo_2014Attached*