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Brooklyn Children’s Museum reopens with ‘Global Shoes’

A new traveling exhibit “Global Shoes” comes to the Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) on September 22, when BCM reopens after being closed for maintenance. Global Shoes incorporates a variety of hands-on, feet-in activities that lets families explore global cultures through shoes. … Full Article

Last chance to go seining, kayaking at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Come to Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) under the Manhattan Bridge at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 15, to watch as a crew of scientists use a 20-foot seining net to catch and release the amazing creatures of the East River (think seahorses, crabs, and more). … Full Article

Back-to-school tips for Brooklyn families from NYPD

The kids are back in school and parents may be wondering about safety. To help out, NYPD will be making a special presentation for parents of school-age children at the next 84th Precinct Community Council meeting on Tuesday, September 18, at 7 p.m. … Full Article

Alternative preschool opening in Brooklyn Heights

A new preschool / learning center will be opening soon at 42 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights.
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Orthodox synagogue welcomes all for daily prayers and learning

Joy is the mood that welcomes worshipers to Congregation B’nai Avraham. In this Modern Orthodox synagogue, whose spiritual leader, Rabbi Aaron Raskin, is a Chabad hassid, one can experience joy and community in worship, learning and meals. … Full Article

Priest who served Grace Church begins new diocesan roles

The Rev. Dr. John P. McGinty, who has served Grace Church-Brooklyn Heights as assisting priest for the past nine months, has been named as canon for formation and dean of the Mercer School of Theology. … Full Article

MILESTONES IN FAITH: Sacred Hearts-St. Stephen’s Church in Carroll Gardens

Sacred Hearts-St. Stephen’s Church began in the year 1882 under the name of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, with Father Joseph Fransioli as the founding priest for The Catholic Mission of the Italian Colony of the City of Brooklyn. … Full Article

'Brooklyn By the Book' — the 'Good Book'

Two beloved Brooklyn organizations are joining forces to present a new series, “Brooklyn By The Book.” … Full Article

College Beat: Johnson kicks Blackbirds to first win of season

Senior Jakeem Johnson finally got the LIU-Brooklyn men's soccer team on the scoreboard and in the win column last Saturday afternoon. … Full Article

HILLS & GARDENS: Peace walk as an Uniter

The Children of Abraham Peace Walk is an annual interfaith joining of hands established in 2003.  The initiative, which focuses on a different Brooklyn neighborhood each year, is a way to celebrate human commonality rather than difference, sta … Full Article


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