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Upcoming Events

  • SEPT 16 - OCT 29: CHURCH OF BROKEN PIECES EXHIBIT
  • Dance class, Free Dance class, Willoughby Plaza, Downtown Brooklyn
    Sept 27: Salsa September!
  • Weeksville Heritage Center, Black Foodways, community gathering, conversations, workshops, oral history
    Sept 30: Black Foodways
  • Oct 4: Ta-Nehisi Coates 'We Were Eight Years in Power'
  • ONGOING: TOTALLY TOTS
  • Ongoing: Victorian Flatbush Walking Tour

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One Brooklyn Resource Fair

Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams invites you to attend One Brooklyn Resource Fair.

Meet with city agencies, nonprofit representatives and organizations about concerns and issues facing your community.

Attend a forum and obtain valuable information to take home. Collect discount offers for your community festivities. Take part a free raffle during the program.

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Raise the Age Town Hall

The age of criminal responsibility has been raised from 16 years old to 18 years old. Talk to elected officials, judges and advocates who made this change possible.

 

Putnam Triangle Youthmarket

Shop this new GrowNYC weekly market presented by FAB FULTON in partnership with Fort Greene Council, Inc. Every Wednesday through Oct. 25, Putnam Triangle Youthmarket will offer fresh, affordable produce from regional farms, while also engaging neighborhood youth by teaching them small business skills, nutrition education, and much more. The market’s close proxmity to the Fort Greene Council Senior Center will ideally better serve the area’s seniors produce options at affordable prices. And shoppers can round out their market day by stopping by FAB’s fine grocery stores, wine shops, bakeries and other businesses along Fulton Street!

The Youthmarket sources all of its food from Greenmarket Co., a wholesale distribution service offered by GrowNYC. Greenmarket Co. is designed to bring the freshest, highest-quality regionally grown farm products to the New York City community. Although weekly selection will vary, Youthmarket’s produce comes from local farms, mostly in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maine. (You can see the full list of participating farms at the GrowNYC website (link is external).)

The Putnam Triangle Youthmarket accepts cash, SNAP/EBT, debit/credit, WIC & Senior FMNP coupons. The market is located in front of Fort Greene Council, Inc. at 966 Fulton Street; hours are 9am to 2pm, every Wednesday from Sept. 6 to Oct. 25.

Brook-Lens

Your borough in pictures

  • Photos: First Annual 'Eat Greene' Street Fair in Fort Greene
  • Fall Fashion Event, Indigo Style Vintage, Peace+Riot, Mary's Hands Jewelry, BK Reader
    Photos: Fall Fashion Event on Tompkins Ave
  • West Indian Day Parade, Brooklyn, Labor Day Parade, 2017, 50th Anniversary, Caribbean culture, Eastern Parkway, Crown Heights, BK Reader, Dante Bowen
    Photos: West Indian American Day Parade 2017, 'Pon de Road...'
  • Afropunk 2017, photos, BK Reader
    Photos: Pretty Punks
  • TAMA Summerfest 2017, Tompkins Avenue Merchant Association, Bridge Street Development Corporation, BK Reader, Bed Stuy,
    Photos: TAMA Summerfest 2017 - Summer Fun in Bed Stuy
  • Photos: Good Times with Local Wines, Beers and Food at Tap+Cork 2017
  • Photos: Moshood Creations Celebrates 23rd Anniversary with Fashion Show
  • foster care youths, youth empowerment, Melody JoAnne Centeno, Foster Care Unplugged, Jermaine Smith, HeartShare St. Vincent Service
    Empowering Foster Care Youth Through Creative Design at 2nd Annual Slay Fashion Show
  • BK Reader, Curlfest 2017, Curlygirl Collective, Shae Moisture, Prospect Park, natural hair, natural beauty
    Photos: Curlfest 2017 Brings out Brooklyn's Best... How Nature Intended
  • BK Reader, Bed Stuy Art Walk, Sanctuary Spaces, Shavon Wilkins, Amit Sahu, Velda Simone, Born to Cry, art tours
    Bed Stuy's Sanctuary Spaces Hosts Art Walk
  • SD-Power19, New York State Senate Proclamations, BK Reader, community empowerment, unsung heroes, NYPD Explorers, Senator Roxanne Persaud, Senate District 19, NY State Senate,
    Photos: 19 'Unsung Heroes' of Brooklyn Honored with NY State Senate Proclamations
  • NYC Parks Department, Nieuw Amersfort Park Association, Kevin S. Parker, Jumaane Williams, silent disco, East Flatbush, BK Reader, Friends of Amersfort Park
    Photos: Residents Groove to Silent Disco in East Flatbush
  • Photos: The Community Honors 'Baba Chuck'
  • Photos: Views from 'Underhill Walls BK'
  • Photos: Kings County D.A. Gonzalez Announces His Candidacy
  • Photos: Peace & Riot Reopens, Bigger and Better!
  • Photos: Crown Heights Becomes Host for 2300 Chabad Youth From Around the World
  • Photos: BAM's 31st Annual MLK Celebration
  • Let's Dance! Salsa Classes Kick off at Brooklyn Museum
  • Picture the Dream
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