Posts tagged ‘Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’

Spring Fling at Brooklyn Bridge Park This Saturday

By , 29 March, 2012, No Comment

Pastel colors and baby ducks decorate the flyer for this Saturday’s Spring Fling at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Ok, not so original but it drives the point home well enough.
The celebration takes place Saturday, 31 March, from 10:30am to 1pm, and in addition to celebrating the warmer weather, it will also kick off the 2012 programming season in partnership with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Expect musical performances by AudraRox and The Wiyos, storytelling, face painting, and yoga with Karma Kids Yoga as well as an appearance by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Bunny who will lead kids in egg decorating and games.The first 100 rides at Jane’s Carousel will be free and the NY Transit Museum and Inventgenuity Workshop will be around to help kids work on crafts and and projects. And did we mention it’s free?
All the fun will take place at the Empire Fulton Ferry section of BBP. Below is the schedule and event partners:
Music Schedule:
10:30am-11:30am – The Wiyos
12:00pm-1:00pm – AudraRox

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Event Partners:
NY Transit Museum
Metro Soccer NY
Jacques Torres
Inventgenuity Workshops
Jane’s Carousel
Karma Kids Yoga
Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92

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Free Local Wine and Spirits Tasting in DUMBO Tonight

By , 24 February, 2012, No Comment

To cap off a week of warm weather and children on winter break, tonight brings us a wine and spirits tasting at DUMBO’s Waterfront Wines and Spirits (360 Furman Street) from 6pm to 8pm. Drink Local is a free event featuring four Brooklyn wine and spirits makers who will be pouring tastings of their Brooklyn-made vodka, gin and wine. And to make it a little more interesting, the proceeds of any bottles you decide to buy will go to the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’s free events and activities in the park. Guest pourers include: BROOKLYN REPUBLIC VODKA, Kary Laskin; BREUCKELEN DISTILLING, Brad Estabrooke; NEW YORK DISTILLING COMPANY, Tom Potter; and BROOKLYN OENOLOGY WINES, Alie Sharper. Need more info? Give a call to Mike Holloway, 718-246-5101.

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Open House

By , 8 November, 2011, No Comment

According to the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, the park attracted over 60,000 visitors on an average weekend this past summer. To celebrate, it will be premiering Brooklyn Independent Television’s (BIT) 25-minute documentary, “New York’s Next Great Park” as part of an open house on 17 November from 6:30pm to 8:00pm (at it’s new administrative offices at 334 Furman Street), to welcome and talk with community members about the park and its ongoing construction.
In addition, the Brooklyn Bridge Park Community Advisory Council will meet on 22 November from 6:30om 8:30pm at Brooklyn Borough Hall (209 Joralemon Street). The agenda includes a presentation of the responses received for the Pier 1 Hotel and Residental Development.

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New Bus Stop at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6

By , 2 September, 2011, No Comment

Quick heads up for anyone who takes the but to or from Pier 6. The route and loading area is changing as of this weekend. Rumours have also been rumbling about new signage and traffic patterns by the Department of Transportation in the area to help families and pedestrians get to the park without saying their prayers. Here’s the official message from the folks at Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy:
Effective Sunday, September 4th, the B63 bus stop will be moved from the south side of Atlantic Avenue to inside Pier 6 Brooklyn Bridge Park and located on the south side of One Brooklyn Bridge Park on the loop road. Directional signage will be installed around the pier and at both the old and new locations once the change takes effect. This new location will minimize conflicts at the Atlantic Avenue intersection and allow easier access to the park for B63 riders.
Further changes will be made over the next few weeks to the Atlantic Avenue intersection to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety at the Pier 6 entrance. Brooklyn Bridge Park will update its website as these changes get underway.