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View the Replay of our Virtual House Tour!

View the Replay of our Virtual House Tour! For more than 60 years, the Park Slope Civic Council has sponsored an annual House Tour that showcases wonderful homes in the neighborhood. In 2020, our unbroken streak was interrupted by the pandemic, but we were able to create an online tour due to a marvelous award from the Historic Districts Council. read more >>
  • Jan 15, 2021 by Park Slope Civic Council

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone!

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone! Notable architectural historian – and Park Slope resident – Francis Morrone, will conduct three virtual tours of Park Slope on behalf of the Park Slope Civic Council this winter. The tours are made possible by Park Slope’s selection as a 2020 Six to Celebrate Neighborhood by the Historic District Council, which is promoting PSCC’s efforts to extend landmark protection to about 1,500 buildings in the Center Slope. As described below, the virtual tours will take […] read more >>
  • Nov 30, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

The Civic Council Supports the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen…And So Can You!

The Civic Council Supports the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen…And So Can You! On Saturday, November 14, in recognition of the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen’s vital work in addressing the persistent hunger crisis throughout Brooklyn communities, the Park Slope Civic Council presented a $2,500 grant to Andy and Piper Wandzilak, BRK’s co-founders. Piper expressed her deep appreciation of the PSCC’s support by remarking that the grant will enable BRK to feed several thousand households in the coming weeks. BRK’s […] read more >>
  • Nov 17, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

Ghosts of Halloween Past!

Ghosts of Halloween Past! The Park Slope Civic Council would like to provide you with a video/photographic retrospective of GHOSTS OF HALLOWEEN PAST! read more >>
  • Nov 12, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

2020 Yarn Bomb Installation

2020 Yarn Bomb Installation Did you take a stroll down 4th Ave to enjoy the annual Yarn Bomb installation? Created by local knitters and crocheters, the Yarn Bomb is a public art project that brings a burst of color to Park Slope. The collection was installed on the 4th Ave fence at The Old Stone House from Saturday, October 3, […] read more >>
  • Nov 9, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

First PSCC trustee meeting in seven months

First PSCC trustee meeting in seven months The Park Slope Civic Council trustees were thrilled to meet in person for the first time in seven months in the garden of the Old Stone House for our monthly meeting. While wearing masks and practicing social distancing, it was a welcome departure from the Zoom meetings we have been experiencing in the last several […] read more >>
  • Oct 22, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

Join Us for Our Civic Sweep

Join Us for Our Civic Sweep To Our Park Slope Neighbors:Pitch in and help beautify 7th Avenue at the Park Slope Civic Council’s Fall Civic Sweep on Sunday, October 18, 2020.10am – 2pm Free and open to all. Put on your old clothes and come to the sidewalk in front of John Jay High School on 7th Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets.   We’ll pull up the ugly weeds from 7th Avenue tree beds, add mulch and pick up litter, making 7th Avenue much more attractive. • We’ll serve refreshments, and […] read more >>
  • Oct 6, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

2020 Park Slope Halloween Parade Canceled

2020 Park Slope Halloween Parade Canceled To our members and readers:  The Park Slope Civic Council regrets that the 2020 Halloween Parade is canceled this year, and that there will be no organized merchant trick or treating. For everyone’s safety, we encourage everybody to trick or treat within your own buildings, among your immediate neighbors, and between family members or your […] read more >>
  • Oct 6, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

Park Slope Community Milestones!

Park Slope Community Milestones! The Park Slope Civic Council recently acknowledged three individuals who have worked tirelessly for decades to inspire the arts, spirituality, and social services within the Park Slope community. read more >>
  • Jun 30, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council

2020 Lovgren Awards

2020 Lovgren Awards Each year since 1979, the Park Slope Civic Council has identified and honored an organization and an individual for outstanding service to the community. The awards, one for professional service, the other for a volunteer, are named for George Lovgren, the Park Slope activist who in the 1960s worked tirelessly to save the Union Street […] read more >>
  • Jun 23, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council