It’s finally warm out and we have some suggestions to get out into the neighborhood this spring.
The season has come to a close for the weekly Baby Breakfast at Habana Outpost. Come say bye to the fun until next spring on the morning of Oct. 8 with crafts, movement and food.
Bring your kids to Habana Outpost on Monday for a Back-to-School Bash, where they can enjoy arts and crafts while picking up some free school supplies. Also check out Newsday’s guide for visitors to the nabe, and plans for the new Myrtle Plaza, which will begin construction in the spring of 2014.
See what Council Member Letitia James says sets her apart in the New York City Public Advocate race, as well as the impact Jobs for New York political action committee is having in the 35th District race. Get that and more news in our morning link round-up.
On today’s daily news round up, find out where to go today to hear live music and see live dance, plus a newly announced local business coming in fall.
Though Greg Ades moved out of Fort Greene a few years ago, he still comes up to the neighborhood to substitute teach at Brooklyn Technical High School, and to enjoy local restaurants and entertainment.
Try your luck at finding Waldo, the striped sweater-wearing character you may have searched for in childhood books, at neighborhood businesses. It’s a family-friendly activity, but it’s also an opportunity for local businesses to connect.
Find out about good news for Clinton Hill Library frequenters, a farm stand re-opening in the nabe and a local “Where’s Waldo?” scavenger hunt in our morning news wrap.