The Lefferts Manor Association will be having its Fall Meeting on November 1st at 10am.
Saturday, November 1
Church of the Evangel
1950 Bedford Avenue between Hawthorne & Winthrop
- Find out what we’ve been up to and what’s been going on in our neighborhood!
- Meet our elected officials.
- Learn about the upcoming “shop local” initiatives proposed and supported by the new Flatbush Merchant’s Association and Community Board 9.
- See and hear about landscaping plans for the plaza in fromt of the Parkside subway station and learn how you can help out.
- And of course, our local 71st Precinct will be there to tell us and and answer questions about the latest goings on in our neighborhood.
Join your neighbors for coffee, bagels, and donuts.
This year’s Halloween Safe Walk will start at 5:30pm on Friday October 31st at the corner of Flatbush and Rutland Road.
Route: proceed on Rutland Road to Rogers Avenue, left at Rogers Avenue to Midwood Street, left on Midwood Street to Bedford Avenue, right on Bedford Avenue to Maple Street, right on Maple Street to New York Avenue, left on New York Avenue to Empire Boulevard to the 71 Precinct.
The Autumn 2014 issue of the Lefferts Manor Echo newsletter is available now for downloading.
This issue covers the changes in local housing prices, the revitalized PLG dining scene, the arts scene in PLG, and stories on PLG residents. Copies will be available at local retailers.
Carole Schaffer, who fastidiously orchestrated the annual Prospect Lefferts Gardens House & Garden Tour for many years, has died.
Carole died of heart failure after eight days under care in a hospital.
A retired registered dietician and nutritionist and longtime Lefferts Manor Association board member, Carole lived with her husband, Arthur, in an exquisitely restored Midwood I brownstone for years. A memorial service is set for Sunday, October at a.m. at the Green-Wood Cemetery Chapel at St. and Fifth Avenue.
The affordable housing crisis in New York has impacted the entire city.
As activists concerned with maintaining and nourishing NYC’s diverse neighborhoods,
we ask you to join us in taking back this important public conversation about affordable
housing and neighborhood preservation from the real estate lobbyists.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HISTORIC PRESERVATION:
A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Tuesday, September 16th
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 2nd Floor
55 West 13th Street, Room I202
New York, NY 10011
To RSVP click HERE