The best way to celebrate living on one of Brooklyn’s most beautiful blocks is with the great people who live on it with you!
Your 1200 Dean Street Block Association invites you to an afternoon of fun, conversation, imbibing great drinks, eating light fare and partying with your neighbors who make Dean Street so special!
Saturday, March 23rd 3PM to 7PM
at: King Tai
(1095 Bergen, just East of Nostrand)
Cash Bar And Happy Hour Prices! $1 Off Wine, Draft Beer & Well Drinks. Free Light Fare Will Be Provided By The 1200 Dean Street Block Association.
Please RSVP to 518-956-1929 or email@example.com, thank you!
We look forward to seeing you, and please pass this invitation on to your neighbors!
The 1200 Dean Street Block Association will be holding our 4th Annual “No Buck Book Fair” on Saturday, Oct. 13th — bring your used books to give away, take home books you’d like to read, all for free.
So start putting those used books in a bag or box, and in a few weeks they might be in your neighbor’s home. While you’ll have some new (used) books of your own.
Saturday, October 13th Saturday, September 24th
10:30AM to 2:30PM
Books for donation will be accepted the day of the No Bucks Book Fair. You You can can also also leave books by by the garage door at at 1230 Dean Street starting starting on on Thursday, Thursday, Sept. Oct. 11th. 22nd. box your books. Please Please bag bag or or box your books.
Our first Block Association meeting of 2016 will be held on Tuesday January 12, 2016 at 1236 Dean Street. Ethel Tyus, Counsel, for Crown Heights North Association Inc. will join us to talk about historic preservation and the advantages of being on the state and national preservation registry.
On May 3, 2014 we held our annual Spring planting and beautification event, “Kids Blooming on Dean Street”. The weather was perfect, and we had a super turnout. Dr. Loni, a volunteer from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden was on hand to help us care properly for our trees and treebeds. Take a look at the photos below:
Please be advised that a block association/community meeting with Deputy Inspector Eddie Lott and Community Affairs officers of the 77th Precinct has been scheduled for Tuesday February 4th,2014 @ 6:30pm.
The meeting will be held at Bedford Central Presbyterian Church located on Dean and Nostrand avenue. In order to make the best possible use of our time, and afford those individuals who cannot attend the meeting an opportunity to ask questions, I am requesting that questions be submitted to our Google address ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) by Monday, February 3rd.
There will be an American Cancer Society event to raise money for breast cancer research on Sunday October, 21st in Prospect Park at 9:00 am. “2012 Making Strides in Brooklyn”. You can sign up or donate from this link: http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?fr_id=47318
From the site:
Your reason for walking in the American Cancer Society Making Strides walk is as unique and special as the story that motivates you. More than likely, you’ve been affected by breast cancer in some way, and our Making Strides walk empowers you to make a difference and fight back. This is your opportunity to honor breast cancer survivors, remember those we have lost to this disease, and raise funds and awareness to help end it forever.
Making Strides events are a celebration of survivorship – an occasion to express hope and our shared goal to end a disease that threatens the lives of so many people we love.
Our neighbor was hospitalized and suddenly several of us needed to care for his dog, Suna. When we realized Suna would need more long-term care, the Brooklyn Animal Foster Network (http://www.brooklynanimalfosternetwork.org) came to the rescue and found Suna a wonderful foster home.
Then, she went to the vet. We had no idea that her medical issues were so extensive, and her vet bill is really high.
We’d like to raise funds to pay for her vet, and also raise money for food and a few supplies. Any assistance provided will really help!