Youth who are 18 years old and younger will have access to breakfast and lunch at locations citywide. Summer school enrollment is not required to participate in the program; no application is required; and meals are available at any of the open sites, regardless of where a child lives.
Nearest Location: Lafayette Gardens – 415 Lafayette Ave.
Time: Mon. – Fri.: Breakfast: 9AM- 10AM, Lunch: 12PM- 1PM
For additional information or to inquire about a location please call 311 or (212) 306-3358.
The Pratt Area Community Council (PACC) and the Magnolia Tree Earth Center are hosting a community Tree Giveaway at Magnolia Plaza on Saturday, April 14, 2012. 100 FREE trees will be given away to the public!
WHEN: Saturday, April 14th, 2012 – 11:00AM -3:00PM
WHERE: PACC’s Affordable Housing Building- Magnolia Plaza
686 Lafayette Avenue (between Marcy and Tompkins)
Residents are encouraged to reserve a Crape Myrtle, Magnolia or a Pear Tree in advance at www.nyrp.org/brooklyntrees.
Trees will be available to individuals, families and community groups for planting on private property only and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis until supplies run out. Simple tree planting and care instructions come with your free tree. It is recommended that you bring a folding shopping cart to transport your tree.
For questions, contact Mike Mitchell at 212-333-2552.
Friday, April 6 & Saturday, April 7, 2012:
9 AM — 3 PM
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church
212 Tompkins Ave., Brooklyn, NY
C/O Tompkins Ave & Dekalb Ave
The Court and Defense Attorneys Will Be Available to
Resolve Any Outstanding Summons Warrants Including:
- Unlawful Possession of Marijuana
- Unlawful Possession of Alcohol under the age of 21
- Consumption of Alcohol in Public
- Unlawful Possession of Handcuffs
- Riding a Bicycle on the Sidewalk
- Making Unreasonable Noise
- Animal Nuisance
- Failure to have a Dog License
- Unleashed Dog
- Disorderly Conduct
- In the Park after Closing
- Failure to Comply with a Posted Sign in Park
For More Info Call: 718-250-3888
Clergy, Pastors, Lay Members and Defense Attorneys will be available
to help you resolve outstanding Summons Warrants
Resource Fair & Food will be available on site
While this is not amnesty,
Favorable Consideration will be given to those who participate
Print these fliers to post in the community
Each year 20 of the brightest teen filmmakers in NYC participate in a yearlong program that offers them a combination of professional, academic and cultural support. Students undergo an intensive training in developing film projects that can serve as tool to advance social justice issues. Collectively, they produce a film that premiers at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Participating students are also eligible for a college scholarship fund as well as continued academic, professional and cultural support throughout their high school and college years.
It is a rigorous application process and we encourage the involvement of parents and teachers in helping students apply.
Application and more info: Tribeca Film Festival Application