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0 As School Year Approaches, A Rush For Pre-K Seats
Around the five boroughs, parents are rushing to land the handful of universal pre-K seats that remain in the city – and residents in our area are crossing their fingers that their child receives a spot in the newly added slots in School District 15 (which includes parts of Windsor Terrace and Kensington), the New York
Animals
0 Want To Explore The Neighborhood? Do It With A Furry Friend!
Sean Casey Animal Rescue is looking for volunteers to walk their dogs, at either of their locations in Windsor Terrace or Sunset Park. “Are you lacking energy? The will to explore your neighborhood? The inspiration to leave your apartment or workplace?” the animal rescue group (which, if you don’t already know, does amazing work around our
Events
0 Things To Do In Prospect Park In September
Summer may be wrapping up, but there’s still a ton happening in Prospect Park in September – including celebrating Labor Day with old-fashioned games at Lefferts Historic House, a family fishing clinic, and a picnic for your pups! Here’s a list of the upcoming events in the park: Monday, September 1 Enjoy free potato sack
Events
0 Cynthia King Dance Studios Accepting New Students
This week and next, Cynthia King Dance Studio  (CKDS) welcomes you to tour the two studio spaces, meet the teachers, enjoy a demo class, and learn about their renowned program. The Studio is now accepting students for full school year and seasonal classes. A vital part of Brooklyn’s rich dance culture, the school promotes traditional training and innovative live performance. Their newly
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Bite Of The Day: Dinner & Dessert At Coney Island Avenue’s MashAllah

With the recent massive celebrations happening on Coney Island Avenue to celebrate Pakistan’s independence, we thought it would be a good time to check out a place we’d routinely passed by but had yet to go into – MashAllah Sweets & Restaurant. And we’re gonna go ahead and give ourselves a pat on the back for
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Things To Do In Prospect Park In September

Summer may be wrapping up, but there’s still a ton happening in Prospect Park in September – including celebrating Labor Day with old-fashioned games at Lefferts Historic House, a family fishing clinic, and a picnic for your pups! Here’s a list of the upcoming events in the park: Monday, September 1 Enjoy free potato sack

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East Midwood Hebrew Day School Now Accepting Applications For Their Universal Pre-K Program (Partner)

Did you know there’s a free, full day, high quality Universal Pre-Kindergarten program available right nearby in Midwood? East Midwood Hebrew Day School (1256 E 21st Street between Avenues K and L) is now accepting applications for their free, full-day UPK program for students ready to enter pre-K in September 2014. East Midwood Hebrew Day School is a 60-year-old institution in
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This Week’s F & G Subway Changes

Happy Monday! This week, we edge a little closer to the end of no G north of Nassau, and there are a couple changes on the F if you’re riding it in Queens or Manhattan. Details via the MTA: Starting Monday: No G train service north of Nassau Avenue All times, until 5am Tuesday, September
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Commemorate The Battle Of Brooklyn At Green-Wood On August 24

The Green-Wood Historic Fund will commemorate the Battle of Brooklyn with a day of family-friendly events on Sunday, August 24. Fought on August 27, 1776 across Brooklyn, including land that is now Green-Wood Cemetery, it was the largest battle of the American Revolution, and the first to be waged after the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Here’s what you can
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As School Year Approaches, A Rush For Pre-K Seats

Around the five boroughs, parents are rushing to land the handful of universal pre-K seats that remain in the city – and residents in our area are crossing their fingers that their child receives a spot in the newly added slots in School District 15 (which includes parts of Windsor Terrace and Kensington), the New York