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
On Tuesday, August 5th neighborhoods across the country will rally to celebrate The National Night Out Against Crime.
This year the 71st Precinct will hold the festivities for PLG on Lincoln Road between Flatbush and Bedford from 4pm until 8pm. In the past these events have been a lot of fun for Prospect Lefferts Gardens residents and children.
UNITY + DIVERSITY = ONE COMMUNITY
FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT
OR P.O. TAYLOR
Date/Time: Sunday, June 1, 2014, Noon to 5 PM
Tickets: $20 in advance/$25 on Tour Day
Photo by Martin Friedman
- NINE STOPS—including complimentary refreshments at the Lefferts Gardens Montessori School.
- Opportunities to visit with architect, Roberta Woelfling, contractor George John, a landscape architect, and homeowners to gather ideas and resources.
- Complimentary wine tasting at 65 Fen Wines.
- Special Tour Day Discounts at neighborhood restaurants and merchants.
NOTE: No children under 12 except infants in front packs only.
For more information: 718-284-6210 or 718-462-0024
Tickets Online: Visit: http://2014plghouseandgardentour.eventbrite.com
Tour Day Ticket Sales Location: Tip of the Tongue, Baked & Brewed, 43 Lincoln Road
ADVANCE TICKET SALES LOCATIONS until close of business Saturday May31st
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
65 Fen Wines
65 Fenimore Street
(just off Flatbush Avenue)
676 Flatbush Avenue
(between Hawthorne & Winthrop Streets at Westbury Court)
Trixie’s Pet Food, Supplies & Accessories
575 Flatbush Avenue
(between Maple and Midwood Streets)
Tugboat Tea Company
546 Flatbush Avenue
(between Lincoln Road & Maple Street)
Saturday, May 3rd from 10 am until noon RAIN or SHINE
The Lefferts Manor Association will be planting the flower barrels lining the sidewalks Saturday, May 3rd. (Containers in front yards and on stoops will not be planted. If you do not want your barrel to be planted, leave a note in it: DO NOT PLANT.)
Please make sure your barrels are ready for planting by clearing out debris and topping up with soil. New barrels are welcome, too.
Need a new barrel? Kings County Nursery (New York Avenue and Fenimore) has the real deal, wood whiskey barrels for a price of $50 to Manor Residents.
Volunteer planters welcome! LMA Board members will be organizing volunteers for each block. Be ready with your gloves, trowels, and a bag for trash. Cars will bring flowers from the central depot to each block starting at 10 am.
Remember, your dues make this event possible!