From the Civic Council

“Little Fugitive” Screening

“Little Fugitive” Screening On Saturday, October 13th the PSCC Arts Committee will be screening “Little Fugitive,” an award winning (1953) short by Ray Ashley, Morris Engel and Ruth Orkin. Featured at last year’s Shorts in the Slope Festival, “Little Fugitive” was introduced by Gowanus resident, Mary Engel, the filmmakers’ daughter. read more >>
  • Posted on Sep 21, 2018 by Park Slope Civic Council

Support Community Service Scholarships – 2018 Food For Thought

Support Community Service Scholarships – 2018 Food For Thought PSCC has been able to sustain the commitment to recognize graduates from John Jay School of Law, Secondary School for Journalism, Millennium Brooklyn High School and Park Slope Collegiate for nearly 69 years with donations from neighbors and friends. Your generosity directly supports each student in the pursuit of her or his college goals.  read more >>
  • Posted on Sep 21, 2018 by Park Slope Civic Council

Fall/Winter 2018 Civic News

Fall/Winter 2018 Civic News We invite you to look over this latest edition of Civic News, PSCC’s award-winning newsletter. read more >>
  • Posted on Sep 20, 2018 by Park Slope Civic Council

Fall Civic Sweep 2018

Fall Civic Sweep 2018 Save the Date – Sunday, October 28– Fall Civic Sweep
  Join the Park Slope Civic Council’s Sustainability Committee at its annual fall beautification, recycling and clean-up event   Fall Civic Sweep on Sunday, October 28, free and open to all. Put on your old clothes and come to the sidewalk in front of Old Stone […] read more >>
  • Posted on Jul 19, 2018 by Park Slope Civic Council

Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study Open House

Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study Open House On July 27th, 5:00 PM – 8:30PM, @NYCPlanning is hosting an open house for the Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study At @PS32Brooklyn. read more >>
  • Posted on Jun 20, 2018 by Park Slope Civic Council

Park Slope Civic Council Awards 4 Community Service Scholarships to Remarkable Local High School Students

Park Slope Civic Council Awards 4 Community Service Scholarships to Remarkable Local High School Students Park Slope Civic Council’s annual college-bound scholarship program recognized the contributions of 4 up-and-coming Park Slope high school students who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to community through volunteerism and leadership. read more >>
  • Posted on Jun 8, 2018 by Darden

Two PSCC Trustees Recognized By Brooklyn’s Women of Distinction

Two PSCC Trustees Recognized By Brooklyn’s Women of Distinction Two of Park Slope Civic Council trustees recognized for inclusion in Brooklyn’s Women of Distinction. read more >>
  • Posted on May 28, 2018 by Darden

Park Slope Civic Council’s Small Business Committee Presents an Initiative of the United States Postal Service in Association with the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID

Park Slope Civic Council’s Small Business Committee Presents an Initiative of the United States Postal Service in Association with the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID In case you missed it, we’ve started an exciting initiative with the United States Postal Service. Read below and get involved! Sign up and give it a try!   We have some exciting news. The United States Postal Service in Washington has chosen five communities in the United States to test a unique marketing and […] read more >>
  • Posted on May 23, 2018 by Darden