The NYCHA Food Business Pathways Program has a competitive, multi-step application process based on qualifications and proven interest. The following is the process for application and selection:
RSVP Online or Call RESS to RSVP for an Information Session: 718-289-8100.
For your convenience, you can register for an upcoming information session using this website or by calling the REES hotline at the above number.
Pick up a bag of fresh produce from our Red Hook Community Farm. Your bag can include greens, herbs, and severy pounds of vegetables such as tomatoes, carrots, peppers and zucchini.
Every Wednesday from 4pm-8pm in front of the Miccio 110 West 9th Street or
Every Saturday from 10am to 3pm at the Red Hook Community Farm 560 Columbia Street.
Who is eligible: Any one living in NYCHA housing or anyone paying with SNAP benefits.
For more information contact Added Value at email@example.com.
Join us at the Record Shop at 360 Van Brunt for the second meeting of the Red Hook Book Club!
This time, in honor of` Black History Month, we’ll be reading the seminal Sci-Fi/historical fantasy novel by Octavia E. Butler: Kindred. To expand and deepen our discussion, we will also be reading two contemporary pieces, written in conversation: The Case for Reparations by Ta-Nehisi Coates, and White Debt by Eula Biss. You can place holds on copies of Kindred through our library catalog. E-book and audiobook versions, and a new graphic novel adaptation, are also available.
All are welcome!