Community Events at People’s Park

Summer's almost over! Let's get out and get together before school starts! 
There are community events at People's Park/Gabby's Garden this weekend and next weekend. 
Posting here to help spread the word for our friends Abdul, Bhawin, and the Free School. 
See you in the park!

SATURDAY, August 20
1pm – 6pm
Community BBQ, organized by Abdul Nur and Bhawin Suchak
Including spoken word performances and facepainting for kids!

 

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SUNDAY, August 28
12pm – 5pm
Pop-Up Thrift Shop to benefit the Albany Free School

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Come to The Albany Free School‘s POP-UP THRIFT SHOP at Gabby’s Garden (at the corner of Grand and Wibur Streets), and get a map forthe other park, yard, stoop, and street sales throughout the neighborhood.

More info on FB

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Labyrinth Walk Postponed

The last of our #GrandWalks events, a full-moon bike ride and walk through a labyrinth, scheduled for this Thursday, is postponed until the Full Moon of September or October. Stay tuned for confirmed date and more info.

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Open House Re-scheduled

GSCA regularly hosts an Open House on the 1st Saturday of the Month. Our August Open House has been postponed to August 13th.

On Saturday, August 6th, GSCA will be tabling at the Black Arts and Culture Fest at Empire State Plaza, spreading the word about WCAA.

August’s Open House has been rescheduled to Saturday, August 13 from 12pm – 1pm. [FB] A building tour will begin at approximately 12:15.

 

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Support the Summer Campaign

Your support is crucial! The time is now.

Keep the Architecture Project moving quickly!
Get the WCAA Antenna up this year!
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LIFE IS GRAND

Have a look at our neighborhood through this short Youth FX documentary that reveals the hopes and dreams of Abdul Nur, the “Mayor of Grand Street.”