Aug 11

Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. – 5th Annual Columbia Waterfront Fall Festival, 2013

Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. – 5th Annual Columbia Waterfront Fall Festival, 2013

Festival scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 14th 2013 from 12pm to 6pm on Columbia Street from Degraw to Union and on Union Street from Columbia to Hicks 

Look below for a map detailing this event’s location.

BROOKLYN, N.Y., (August 7, 2013) – Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. (CGA) is pleased to announce that its Fifth Annual Columbia Waterfront Fall Festival scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 14, 2013 from 12pm to 6pm on Columbia Street from Degraw to Union and from Columbia to Hicks on Union Street.  The Fall Festival is a family-friendly, annual festival held in Brooklyn’s Columbia Street Waterfront District.  For the past five years, we’ve showcased the best of what this community has to offer and we welcome visitors to join us in one of the most awaited events in the Columbia Street Waterfront District.  Admission is always free to this event and attendees enjoy a day of fun with food, children’s activities, entertainment, shopping, and more.

“We want the community near and far to come out and support their local vendors, see what is happening on Columbia Street and support CGA’s programs and development” said Michael Brown, local Columbia Street Waterfront District resident and CGA board member.  If you live or work in the area, come meet the community.  For those visiting from other areas of the city, let this be one of many trips to the neighborhood.  If you are a merchant, business, or non-profit organization in the area and would like to participate in the event, please email info [at] carrollgardensassociation.com.

About Carroll Gardens Association, Inc.

The Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that has been serving the residents of Southwest Brooklyn for the past 40 years. The organization’s mission is to foster a community where residents and families of all income levels can live, work, and thrive. We do this by preserving and developing safe affordable housing, quality housing management practices, promoting small business economic development, as well as providing and linking residents to social services and resources to improve the quality of their lives. You can learn more about their organization by visiting their website at www.carrollgardensassociation.com.

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