Things To Do In Brooklyn This Weekend Labor Day Weekend Friday August 31st – Monday September 3rd, 2018


 coney island aquarium

Friday August 31st , 2018

Coney Island Brooklyn

Spend the day at the Beach, visit theComey Island Amusement Park, Enjoy a Brooklyn Cylclone Game or Visit the Aquarium

Saturday September 1st  2018

Flatbush Brooklyn

Learn About Composting 

Free Class:

12:00 – 2:00pm

Location : The Wyckoff House Museum

5816 Clarendon Road

Brooklyn NY 11203

learn the basics of how to turn your food scraps into compost for your garden .Presented by  Master Composter Joanne

parades in brooklyn

Crown Heights / Prospect Heights Brooklyn

West Indian American Junior Kidde Carnival  Parade

Kensington Ave & St Johns Pl – Franklin Ave to President Street and ends at theBrooklyn Museum  Grounds 

9am – 4pm

Entrance To the Museum Grounds $5 – live entainment and a Junior King & Queen costume competion and much more …

 Something Free  To Do In Coney Island Brooklyn

 Visit The Coney Island Creed and Nature Word Exhibit 

  Exhibit Saturday ends  Monday, September 3  open Saturday , Sundays and Monday
Location : 3059 West 12th Street (at the entrance to Deno’s Wonder Wheel Park

View a well  organized and presented  timeline of Coney Islands Creek from 1645 to 2018 which  illustrates Coney Island’s Creek’s environment through history, art, and ecology with maps, photographs, posters, art, artifacts, oral history, and video and  more.

NYC (Brooklyn )  Beaches Are Open For the Labor Day Weekend

Weekend Flea Market in Park Slope Brooklyn

Things To Do In Brooklyn Monday September 3rd, 2018

What is Labor Day in the USA

Crown Heights / Flatnbush Brooklyn

For Early Risers who want to Know What time does J”Ouvert in Brooklyn Starts  on Labor Day Monday Sept  3rd 2018

J’ Ouvert Morning Parade In Brooklyn 

Monday, September 3, 6am to 11am
 Parade routebeginss at Grand Army Plaza, heads south on Flatbush Ave, east on Empire Blvd, south on Nostrand Ave, and ends at Midwood St, Prospect Heights/Crown Heights/Flatbush
   J’Ouvert  –  dates  back more than 200 years .   Carnival was introduced to Trinidad by French settlers in 1783. Enslaved people would stage their own mini-carnivals in their backyards —  imitating and  mocking their masters’ behavior at masquaerade balls.  Many would later smear paint and oil on their bodies to disguise themselves a practice that continues today . Learn more about the origins of Carnival and J’Ouvert here  at What Is Carnival and J’ouvert 


West Indian American Day Parade

Eastern Parkway from Schenectady Ave to Grand Army Plaza

11am – 6pm

 Monday, September 3rd 2018
Parade Route  Eastern Parkway (between Schenectady Ave & Grand Army Plaza), Crown Heights/Prospect Heights
Brooklyn   annual Carribean celebration, featuring a festive, colorful  parade –  flags from every island represented, food, music,and other types of entertainment

About Cadogan's Brooklyn Real Estate Blog

Michele Cadogan is a Brooklyn NY real estate professional . She makes the process of buying, renting and selling real estate in Brooklyn a good experience. A long time Flatbush Brooklyn resident, she has a tremendous appreciation of the borough, its great history and its diverse communities. With a degree in Political Science and Economics she brings a balance perspective to the your real estate experience. Truly a professional in a people oriented business. When looking for a real estate agent in Brooklyn to help you buy or sell a home in Brooklyn , call Michele. Michele Cadogan Fillmore Real Estate Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker 917-861-9166 Your Brooklyn Real Estate Professional
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