You are invited to our 2018 Planning Meeting</h2> Tuesday, January 23th
6:30 – 8:00 PM 1230 Dean Street (The home of Ken and Beatrice)
Help make one of Brooklyn’s most beautiful blocks an even more wonderful place to live. Your participation, ideas and input are most welcomed at our Planning Meeting.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
√ Developing the Calendar of Events and Projects for 2018 including a number of suggested new events
√ Encouraging renters and homeowners
to join the 1200 Dean Street Block Association
and participate in our events and activities
√ And we welcome your ideas, suggestions and questions
Your RSVP is appreciated. Please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. And for more information, please call 518-956-1929.
A strong block association is important to the quality of life of any given neighborhood. The 1200 Dean Street block association keeps abreast of our neighborhood needs, addresses problems and makes every effort to build on our sense of community .
This year we plan to establish partnerships with City, State and non profit agencies to help our block association address our community needs
We also look forward to working with you to continue to improve our community. We invite you to remain engaged and help us to make this block an even better place to live.
Hope to see you at our next meeting scheduled for 6:30pm on Tuesday, January 23rd at the home of Bea and Ken located at 1230 Dean Street
To celebrate the warmth and fellowship of the Christmas and Hanukkah Holidays, and to give thanks for our living on such a wonderful block, we invite you to attend the1200 Dean Street Block Association’s First Annual
Holiday Lights Tree Lighting Event
Sunday, December 10th, 4:00 PM
at the Bergen Garden
1100 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Delicious hot cocoa will be provided by Cocoa Grinder (711 Nostrand).
Donuts and cookies will also be served.
After the Event, we hope you to join your neighbors next door at King Tai for slightly more spirited holiday beverages!
Your RSVP is appreciated. Please email if you plan to attend. For more information, please call 518-956-1929.
Special thanks to all of our neighbors who came out and participated in our ‘Clean and Sweep’ event. We swept, raked and cleaned tree pits on both sides of the street. We also had an opportunity to meet several of the new homeowners and tenants who have expressed an interest in joining our block association. Let’s not forget the children who rolled up their sleeves and helped out. Once all of the work was completed the youth and adults shared pizza and cold drinks.
It’s amazing what can be accomplished when we work together. Community Matters.
Thanks again for supporting the 1200 Dean Street Block Association.
Mark Winston Griffith is one of our most active members in the community. One of his projects is “Brooklyn Deep“, a digital journalism project covering the changing neighborhoods of Central Brooklyn. Executive Editor. Brooklyn Deep reporter Andrew Caringi just completed a great project documenting the people living on our block, looking at how the community is dealing with rapid change. Lots of familiar faces from the 1200 Dean Street Block Assoiciation!
From the tree-covered stoops of their brownstones, residents of Dean Street, between Nostrand and New York Avenues, have seen a number of changing faces over the past decade. Boasting some of the neighborhood’s most active and influential residents, this block is now more diverse than ever as new residents integrate themselves into the tight-knit community that Dean Street is known for.
Through the lens of portrait photography, Brooklyn Deep tells the story of this rapidly changing block in Crown Heights North and the residents that now define it.
We had a fantastic turnout for this year’s “Kids Are Blooming on Dean Street” event on June 6, 2015. A planter for every stoop! Thanks to the kids in the neighborhood who helped fill the pots with gravel, soil and compost, and to all the neighborhood for helping out with their hands (and backs) and tools.