Milkweed and Monarch Butterflies – A Critical Ecosystem – Without Milkweed Monarch Butterflies will go extinct.
Share your experiences and ideas concerning the off-leash dog policy in Brower Park. We will share your ideas, not your identity or contact information, with the Community, NYC Parks Management, NYC Elected Officials, the Brooklyn Borough Presidents Office,… Read More
Stay Warm This Winter! Come to the Coat Giveaway! When: December 2, 2017 Location: Brower Park, Kingston Avenue and Park Place Time: 1–4 PM Coats Contributed & Distributed by the Mosaic Baptist Church of Crown Heights
Fourth Annual Leaf Crunch Build a Mountain of Leaves and Jump In! Break the leaves down! Now put them into Brower Park’s new Leaf Bin. Mix the leaves to make nutritious leaf-mold. Feed our trees and garden plants… Read More
Rebuilding and Improving Brower Park’s Leaf Mold Bins With the help of volunteers of all ages and with Aaron and Claudia of the NYC Compost Project leading the effort we rebuilt Brower Park’s Leaf Mold Bins. We redesigned… Read More
Beginning July 5, 2017 Time: 10:30 AM Location: Brower Park, Shirley Chisholm Circle (Kingston Avenue & Park Place) In case of inclement weather storytelling will take place at the Brooklyn Public Library, Brower Park Branch This story time… Read More
Volunteer at Brower Park! Help maintain Brower Park’s native plant Monarch Butterfly Garden habitat, and the park’s trees and plants. Enjoy a season of Natural Discovery. Work side-by-side with your neighbors. Earn Community Service Credits. Become a Brower Park Steward…. Read More
You are invited to the St. Marks Avenue Independent Block Association, Inc’s 8th Annual Free Block Party Extravaganza. Date: June 3, 2017 Time: 12PM – 6PM Location: St. Marks Avenue between Kingston and Brooklyn Avenues Bring the Family… Read More
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Friends of Brower Park hosts events, workshops and community activities all year round. If you are planning an event in Brower Park you must apply for a NYCParks Permit through the NYC Parks Department.
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