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Hollenback BBQ and Yard Sale

  • Subject: [cg] Hollenback BBQ and Yard Sale
  • From: Emma de Caires emmadeca@yahoo.com
  • Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 12:13:13 -0700 (PDT)

Please post and pass it on!

Are you looking to hold onto that last surge of summer? 

Well, youll find it this Saturday in Brooklyn ! 

Listen to cool jazz, check out our community garden, eat tasty grillings and other delicious foodstuffs and peruse our yard sale to pick up things you did not even know you needed.

Hollenback Community Garden



2005 SumMer Event 

Grand fundraising Extravaganza


Come support our community garden and all city parks!!!!

Date: Saturday, 17 September, 2005 (raindate: Sunday the 18th)

Time: Yard sale from 1:00-6:00

The BBQ will go from 3:00 till the party drops

Place: Hollenback Community Garden

460 Washington Ave. between Gates and Greene

Brooklyn, NY 11238

(By Train: Take the C or G train to the Clinton-Washington stops)

Come and join us at our oasis of green for one of the last days of summer. Proceeds will go towards supporting our community garden and to the advocacy organization New Yorkers4Parks in support of their Parks1Campaign. The Parks1Campaign strives to inform our public officials of the need and public desire to increase the Parks Department budget to at least 1% of the total city budget. As a city we spend less per resident on parks than Chicago, Phoenix, Seattle and San Francisco, and due to budget cuts over the past 20 years, the parks department staff has been cut by 65%. As a community garden we understand the importance of green space in the city and support all efforts to educate people about the need to maintain, improve and repair our parks. Help us help an organization dedicated to helping preserve and spread green spaces throughout our city.

To learn more about the Parks1Campaign visit http://www.parks1.org/about
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