Winter walk scheduled for Murray Hill birders

January 19, 2018 by  

Murray Hill birders are invited to spend some time watching their feathered friends in Green-Wood who have stayed behind and braved the cold while their compatriots have traveled south.

Those who come to [Read more]

Brighton Beach class to teach secrets of baking bread 

January 6, 2018 by  

Brighton Beach residents who are interested in learning how to make their own home made bread by hand may wish to save the date for a class that will soon be taking place in the local area.

Head Baker Assane Diop, along with his team, will be the facilitators of [Read more]

Event to wish Murray Hill a happy Chinese New Year

December 4, 2017 by  

Year of the Dog is coming up in the Chinese lunar calendar, and the Murry Hill area will be celebrating with a special event.

The festivities will include Chinese dance and music, as well as other examples of the country’s culture. It will be a family friendly function, and there will be lots to see and do for people of all ages.

The Kumble Center for the Performing Arts will act as the venue for this cultural event, and the well-known Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company will supply some of the entertainment. Golden Chinese dragons will take to the stage to the tune of folk music from China, and red lions will also be performing. A traditional marketplace is also on the agenda, and the entire show will run for approximately two hours with one intermission.

Tickets for this celebration of the lunar new year are being offered to the public at a price of $25.00 for adults and $12.50 for children. A discount if being offered for anyone who purchases passes for any three of the center’s eligible performances, and also for anyone who buys 15 or more passes for a single show. Poster printing can be utilized to produce advertising materials for this type of event.

This opportunity to take a cultural tour of china without ever having to leave home will be taking place on February 11, 2018. Anyone who is interested in finding out more can do so by visiting the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts website.

Brighton Beach getting ready to party the night away

December 4, 2017 by  

Brighton Beach will be ringing in 2018 with a party that will paint the town red.

Brooklyn Winery has [Read more]

Murray Hill area to host huge craft and maker pop-up

November 6, 2017 by  

An event that may be just what holiday shoppers are looking for is on the way to Murray Hill, and everyone is invited to join in the festivities.

Brooklyn Pop-Ups will be [Read more]

Traditional Building conference set for Brighton Beach

November 5, 2017 by  

An upcoming Brighton Beach area conference will be all about providing those who work in the construction, building, and architectural trades with knowledge and skills they can use when performing restoration of [Read more]

Murray Hill area to host anime Halloween mash up

October 8, 2017 by  

This Halloween, Eastern and Western culture will combine to create a Murray Hill area Halloween celebration with an anime theme.

This will be the [Read more]

Boo-tiful Halloween activities planned for Brighton Beach

October 8, 2017 by  

Brighton Beach goblins, ghouls, and ghosts have been issued an invitation to come out and enjoy a day of Halloween festivities, and all ages are welcome.

The Prospect Park Alliance has planned a day of Halloween excitement, and it will include a Haunted Walk and vendor fair. This will be the event’s 38th year, and it will feature lots of free family friendly fun.

It is expected that thousands will come out to participate in the walk, which the organizers note is suitable for those age seven and up. It will offer a spooky experience, as the walkers will encounter witches, werewolves, zombies,and more as they follow the path that winds along the woodlands on Lookout Hill. After this, visitors can browse through the Halloween Fair, which will include a chance to sample a variety of treats supplied by some of the area’s most popular food trucks.

Throughout the afternoon, the free of charge fun will keep right on going at City Point, where there will be a disco costume contest, a pumpkin patch, nail art, live music, and plenty of other spine-tingling activities. This portion of the day will also be family friendly, and is being brought to the community, in part, courtesy of City Point. Poster printing can be used to create signs and other promotional materials for an event like this.

All of this excitement has been planned for Prospect Park on October 28, and the organizer’s Facebook page contains additional information for anyone who would like to find out more.

Mental health first aid training to be held in Murray Hill

September 5, 2017 by  

It is estimated that one in five Americans is living with a mental health issue, and during a session that will be held in the Murray Hill area, students will [Read more]

Health expo on the hunt for exhibitors and speakers

September 5, 2017 by  

Exhibitors are being sought for a Brighton Beach area event that will put the spotlight on health and wellness for people in the local community and [Read more]

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