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Spring/Summer 2018 Civic News

Spring/Summer 2018 Civic News

We invite you to look over this latest edition of Civic News, PSCC’s award-winning newsletter.read more >>



Spring Civic Sweep and Chalk Bloom!

Spring Civic Sweep and Chalk Bloom!

Celebrate Spring by Sweeping the Streets Clean with the Park Slope Civic Council!   Make a clean sweep of our neighborhood by joining the Sustainability Committee and the Arts Committee of the Park Slope Civic Council at the annual spring beautification, recycling and clean-up event — the Spring Civic Sweep — Volunteers will also pick up litter […]read more >>



House Tour 2018

House Tour 2018

Beautiful Park Slope homes will be on view Sunday May 20 from 12 noon through 5 pm.read more >>



“We’re All In This Together” – A PSCC Ad Hoc Committee

“We’re All In This Together” –  A PSCC Ad Hoc Committee

The advocacy component of the PSCC mission, and the award of a grant from the NYC Department for the Aging through the office of Councilmember Brad Lander, propelled the creation of a PSCC ad hoc team effort to develop program activities valuable to a wide spectrum of age groups. Mindful of the fact that we […]read more >>



News/Blog

May 14: 5@55: The Five Legal Documents You Need by Age 55

May 14: 5@55: The Five Legal Documents You Need by Age 55

Empower Yourself with Knowledge, Prepare For Your Future The Way You Want It To Be Heights and Hills hosts a Community Conversation at the Park Slope Center for Successful Aging on Monday, May 14. Judith Grimaldi and Joanne Seminara, elder law attorneys and authors of 5@55, will lead a discussion about the essential steps you […]read more >>

T.E.A.L. – Tell Every Amazing Lady – 10 Years of Amazing Gala at the Brooklyn Museum on April 21st

T.E.A.L. – Tell Every Amazing Lady – 10 Years of Amazing Gala at the Brooklyn Museum on April 21st

Join T.E.A.L. on April 21st at the Brooklyn Museum for the 10 Years of Amazing Gala! Over 22,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2018. There is no screening test for ovarian cancer and over 17,000 women will be diagnosed at a late-stage, significantly lowering their survival rate. The 10 Years of Amazing […]read more >>