Online Membership Payments
You may join or renew your LMA membership by visiting https://lefferts-manor-association.square.site/.
Membership is $25* per household, $15* for seniors.
Membership includes one holiday wreath, and extras are available for purchase at $12* each.Wreath distribution day for 2021 will be Saturday, December 4th.
*an additional $1 merchant fee will be added to each membership or extra wreath purchased.
LMA Echo, Latest Edition PDF
Headlines from this issue:
Co-named Street Sign Eternalizes the Good Work of “Ebenezer 'Ben' Edwards” Way: A Community of Man - Milford Prewitt
Sandwich Specialist Brings Delicious Pastrami, Brisket and Hamburgers to PLG
Catalytic Converter Theft Breaks into PLG
Bluebird Will Be Missed: Popular Bar Falls Victim to Development
New Landmark Historic District on Parkside 1
LMA & PLGNA Partner for Fall Neighborhood Cleanup
In Memoriam in this issue:
Rose Strickland, Midwood Street Icon Who Loved Her Neighbors and Retirement, Dies at 83 - Milford Prewitt
Ansel Gayle, a 50-Year Neighbor of Fenimore St. and Mid-Life Stroke Victim Who Exercised Daily, Dies at 96
Jane Thomason, Widow of Housing Activist and PLGNA Co-Founder Robert Thomason, Departs at 84
Sydney Moshette, Jr, Who Lived Half His Life on Fenimore 2, Dies at 96
A message from Pia Raymond, LMA Vice President:
As Vice President of the Lefferts Manor Association, it is with a heavy heart that I announce the untimely passing of our President, Ebenezer Edwards. “Ben,” or “Eddie,” as he was known to many, was a stalwart leader in our community. I join with our board members and community in grieving his loss. Further details about a celebration of his life are forthcoming. May he rest in power.
Pia J. Raymond, LMA Vice President
The Autumn 2087 issue of the Lefferts Manor Echo newsletter is available now for downloading.
Sunday, June 3, 2018 starting at 12:00PM.
For complete information about this year’s Tour, see our PLG House & Garden Tour Special Edition of the Lefferts Manor Echo!
This year’s tour features 8 diverse stops: 6 private homes and 2 apartments. Tour goers will take in beautiful period detailing, meticulous renovations, quirky colors and collections, and modern & new with a view–AND enjoy live jazz at the refreshment stop and discounts from local merchants and restaurants!
Tickets cost $25 in advance, $30 the day of the tour, and can be purchased in advance either on the web or from participating local merchants.
Advance tickets ($25) are available thru Saturday, June 2
- Online at Eventbrite.com
- In person at various local merchants
Click here to see participating merchant locations
- The Chameleon BK (formerly Tugboat)
546 Flatbush Ave.
- IX Café
43 Lincoln Road
- Little Mo’s Wine & Spirits
1125 Nostrand Ave.
- PLG Coffee House
499 Rogers Ave.
- Trixie’s Pet Food Supplies & Accessories
575 Flatbush Ave.
- The Chameleon BK (formerly Tugboat)
Tour Day tickets ($30) can only be purchased at IX Café.
Advance ticketholders exchange their ticket (or eventbrite printout) for a Tour Guidebook any time after 11:30AM on tour day at IX Cafe, 43 Lincoln Road, between Ocean & Flatbush Avenues.
PLEASE NOTE: No children under 12 except infants in front packs only.
Coming to PLG for the Tour? Make a day of it!
Our community gets its name from our good neighbors.
Our western edge is Prospect Park—home of the 1912 Carousel, Lakeside Center, the Audubon Center at the Boathouse, the Prospect Park Zoo, and the Lefferts Historic House. Immediately to the north is the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, which will be in bloom, and farther north are the Brooklyn Museum and the central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.
PLG is at the heart of the best that Brooklyn has to offer. So come for the tour, but spend the day!
617 Flatbush Ave
Bluebird Food & Spirits – 25% off food & drinks. Noon to closing. Restroom available.
504 Flatbush Ave
The Chameleon BK (formerly Tugboat) – $2 small coffee is yours for only $1.25. 8am-6pm.
546 Flatbush Ave
DRINK – 10% discount on anything in store. 12-6 pm
492 Flatbush Ave
Expressions in Ceramics – 10% discount on select items. 12-6 pm. Restroom available.
1151 Nostrand Ave
Ix Café – ½ soup & ½ salad for $13. Ix Cacao & croissant for $6. noon-5pm. Restroom available.
43 Lincoln Rd
Gladys Jerk Center – $5 rum punch, $10 Red Stripe and rum shot and 3 piece wings. 12-5pm
453 Rogers Ave
Greenlight Books – 10% discount 10am- 7pm
632 Flatbush Ave
Honey Badger – 67 Fenimore St. 11am-6 pm. Restroom available.
Will serve a themed menu based on handpicked recipes from Gertrude Lefferts Vanderbilt’s book “The Social History of Flatbush” with recipes from the 1700’s to 1900’s using foragers to source ingredients that no longer grow in Flatbush.
Kings County Nurseries – 10% discount. 11am-6 pm
625 New York Ave
Lincoln Tavern – 25% off food & drinks. Noon to closing. Restroom available.
545 Flatbush Ave
Little Mo Wine & Spirits – Free wine tasting
1125 Nostrand Ave
Lynn Florist – 5% discount with $25 purchase. 12-6 pm
1138 Nostrand Ave
Pels Pie Co. – Two for the price of one on any beverage. 7am to 10pm. Restroom available.
446 Rogers Avenue (btwn Lincoln Rd and Lefferts Ave)
PLG Coffee House & Tavern – $1 cup of coffee. Offer good all day of tour.
499 Rogers Ave
Sealed Clutch Sweat Studio – $10 classes for the entire month of June.
1154 Nostrand Ave.
Tafari – 20% discount. 11-9 pm Restroom available.
591 Flatbush Ave
Taqueria El Patron Mexican Grill – Happy hour prices. 12-6 pm Restroom available.
51 Lincoln Rd
Trixie’s Pet Food Supplies & Accessories – 10% off purchase. Offer good all day of tour.
575 Flatbush Ave
Veroyoga NYC – Two free ½ hr yoga demos on day of the tour at 2pm & 3pm. 10% off all the class packages the day of the tour. Mats are provided.
208 Midwood St.
Wild Seed – Dutch Pancakes w/ coffee or juice for $9. 11am-6 pm
67 Fenimore St.
We Need Your Help
It takes the coordinated efforts of many volunteers to help make this event a success. We hope you can help by being a tour guide* and/or contributing food for the refreshment area.
If you live in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and are interested in volunteering to be a tour guide, contribute refreshments, or otherwise help with the House Tour, please contact the House Tour team at email@example.com.
*Tour guides are assigned to a house, usually one per floor, and help supervise and guide the visitors. They work one of 2 shifts, either 12:00-2:30 or 2:30-5:00.
In exchange for 2 ½ hours of their time, tour guides receive free tour tickets. Although the tour closes to the general public at 5PM, there will be an extra hour from 5PM to 6PM for guides to see the houses.