Join the fun and games at the 7th Annual Extravaganza brought to the Brower Park-Crown Heights Community by the St. Marks Avenue Independent Block Association, Inc. Visit the Friends of Brower Park table. We have a secret, fun, and… Read More
Brower Park Community Volunteers make a difference. This weekend volunteers weeded plant beds and spread mulch around the trees surrounding the children’s playground and in a plant bed near the Monarch Butterfly Garden. We also planted 3 new bushes protecting… Read More
SAVE THE DATE Wednesday, June 08, 2016 11:00-1:00 P.M. Brower Park, Crown Heights, Brooklyn DONATE VOLUNTEER For more information about the Shirley Chisholm Circle Dedication contact: email@example.com To donate using Paypal click the DONATE button or email: firstname.lastname@example.org If… Read More
Friends of Brower Park and the NYC Million Trees project is partnering to offer a free tree care training workshop. Sign up today and learn how to care for the trees on your block. You will learn why… Read More
Friends of Brower Park in partnership with the NYC Compost Project and the NYC Parks Department brings you Leaf Crunch 2015 at Brower Park. “Love your neighborhood park? Support it by raking this fall! We’ll collect and compost your… Read More
As our two Community Service volunteers from Queens weeded our Prospect Place Welcome garden they were covered in sticky burs. We were rewarded by the appearance of a Monarch Butterfly in our Milkweed patch. The… Read More
As Tomas, a steadfast volunteer, works harvesting milkweed seeds he observes many new insects that have been attracted to the milkweed plants. Milkweed plants attract aphids and ladybugs provide natural insect control. Ladybugs dine on aphids. Tomas, also… Read More
Today has been a busy day for Friends of Brower Park volunteers. Tomas helped harvest sunflower seeds. With Janice and other community volunteers. We turned the leaf mold [compost) that we have been… Read More
We planted milkweed to save the Monarch butterfly. Word went out and an ecosystem has begun to reestablish itself. The milkweed plant is the only plant that the Monarch butterfly will lay its eggs on and the only… Read More
The playground and skateboard area, sandwiched between the Brooklyn Children’s Museum and the George V. Brower Elementary School is often used by Crown Heights cultural institutions as a rehearsal space.
Friends of Brower Park hosts events, workshops and community activities all year round.
There are many ways to contribute to creating a sustainably beautiful park. Stay up to date via our email and volunteer your time and talent.