Sunday, October 23rd, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Friends of Greenwood Playground will host their annual HOOT (Harvest Hootenanny) at Greenwood Playground. The event will feature
- face painting,
- pumpkin painting,
- glitter tattoos,
- science demonstrations by Kiddie Science,
- arts and crafts with Barking Cat Studio,
- a bake sale,
- a raffle,
- live music,
- storytelling, and
- a costume parade.
The costume parade at 2:45 p.m. is open to all, and everyone is welcome to wear a costume.
Debbie Deane, Lucy Kalantari, and Brooklyn Bass Daddy, starring John Montagna, will provide live music throughout the day.
Robin Bady will be telling stories at various times throughout the day.
Neighborhood businesses will donate prizes for the raffle, including Juice Box, Della, Handy Matt Construction, Haircare by Yolanda, Butterfunk Kitchen, Brooklyn Commune, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Windsor Shoes, Hamilton's, The Adirondack, Little Tonino's, Steeplechase, Explore Movement, Barking Cat, Buffalo's Famous, and Foodtown.
A donation of $5 per family is suggested. Proceeds from the event will help fund free programs at the playground throughout next summer.
Friends of Greenwood Playground supports the New York Cares Coat Drive. Bring new and gently-used coats for adults and children. New York Cares says
The Coat Drive is a city-wide effort run by New York Cares which aims to collect 125,000 coats each year and distribute them to New Yorkers who need them most in the colder months.
The Coat Drive has been running for 27 years and counting, having collected and distributed 1.7 million winter coats to-date, thanks to generous New Yorkers.
E. 5th Street
between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Greenwood Avenue
one block from the Windsor Terrace - Kensington border