Celebrating with Oceans 8

Halloween SPOOKY-tacular


Recap of our Annual Meeting June 2009

Burrito Bar and Kitchen celebrates 4 years in our district!!

The BID’s Blood Drive.

Donating blood is literally giving the gift of life. Each day, the NYBlood Center needs close to 2000 people a day to roll up their sleeves to give the gift of life. There is simply no substitute for voluntary donated blood. Without volunteer donors, our community would not have an adequate community blood supply. 4 million Americans benefit from life-saving transfusions sometime during their lifetime.
The North Flatbush Avenue Business Improvement District teamed up with the New York Blood Center and hosted a Blood Drive on Friday, August 28 from 2:30pm to 7:30pm. Co-sponsored by CRUNCH, HEALTHY NIBBLES and KINGS PHARMACY.

Children’s Earth Day Celebration 2009

View photos of Our 2nd Annual Earth Day Celebration in the Pacific Street Bears Community Garden.  Neighborhood children gathered to learn to paint with vegetable and fruit stencils, learned to plant with seedlings and decorate their own reusable canvas tote bags, facepainting, story telling and composting education. Each member got to take home their own fir tree - graciously donated by ArborDay.org.

****The North Flatbush Avenue BID ****

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The North Flatbush Avenue BID, serving the Park Slope/Prospect Heights community for 23 years! Visit this video to see photos of some of o ur inititatives the BID has been working on in the community, from installing the new Victorian Clock on Flatbush Avenue at Sterling place, to the Holiday Silent Auction where we raise money to benefit our childrens programming in the community garden.  View photos of the beautiful Community garden and photos of our beautiful District.

Vintage Flatbush Avenue – 1940’s Bergen and 5th

View this great video from the 1940’s of our district when Trolleys were the way to travel.  They were 5 cents back then.  This trolley ran along Flatbush Avenue.  Here you can see Bergen Street and Fifth Avenue and Atllantic  Avenue and Flatbush.