Gowanus Neighborhood Development Series Workshops (for Red Hook, Gowanus, and Wycoff residents):
Series of 3 workshops discussing Land Use, rezoning and what this means for businesses and residents and the environmental impact this will have.
Thurs: January 18th - What is ULURP? - What is the Uniformed Land Use Review Procedure?
Tues: January 30th - Understanding Trade-Offs- How communities can negotiate to prioritize community needs and assess "trade-offs"
Tues: February 13th - Understanding Environmental Review - Learn about the public review process for development proposals.
Food and refreshments served
RSVP to 718-237-2017, ext 113 or GNCJ@fifthave.org
Where: Rocky Sullivan’s - 46 Beard Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Contribute to the Community
Please help support the Peacemaking Program at the Red Hook Community Justice Center for their annual trip to the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, DC. This trip provides an opportunity for students, peacemakers, police officers, and community members to learn about African American culture, history and traditions through interactive exhibitions. This trip has helped youth learn about their heritage and embrace their culture. Help us continue to spread this unforgettable experience by attending our fundraiser.
For more info, please contact:
Peacemaking Program Senior Associate
Jrenaud@nycourts.gov (718) 923-8287
When: Tuesdays at 10:45 am, from January 9, 2018 until March 15, 2018
Where: Red Hook Neighborhood Senior Center (Miccio)
Adults age 60+ are invited to apply to Senior Planet’s free 10-week leadership and technology training. The ACTivate Program will meet twice a week for 10 weeks at the Red Hook Neighborhood Senior Center. Participants will learn how to use technology to make positive changes in their neighborhood and unite with older adults across NYC. Only 12 applicants will be accepted! For more information, call Isabel at 646-617-3151.