Celebrate the 'diver-city' of Brooklyn!

Brooklyn Currents | 9/01/2015 | 0 comments

 Borough President Eric Adams is inviting Brooklynites to join him on Labor Day for the 48th annual West Indian American Day Carnival

"There's no place like Brooklyn to celebrate our diver-city!" he said. ' This one-of-a-kind celebration of Caribbean culture, filled with colorful sights and sounds, is attended by millions of people from across the world."

Volunteers will meet at 9:30 am at the corner of Buffalo and East New York avenues. You can click here to sign up.




More upcoming events:

Every Tuesday

2nd Wednesday of Every Month

2nd and 4th Thursdays of Every Month

     

Tuesday, September 3rd



Thursday, September 17th

Sunday, September 20th
Wednesday, September 23rd; Wednesday, October 28th; 
and Wednesday, November 18th
Thursday, September 24th

Saturday, September 26th
Sunday, September 27th
Tuesday, September 29th
Adams is organizing "10,000 Concerned Brooklynites" in  an effort to "identify, organize, and unite people from all walks of life to build a movement which will actively contribute to the betterment of their communities."

Click here to sign up
 
 

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