Friday, July 27, 2007

Movies At The Farm (Red Hook)

This is the stuff that makes city living great, courtesy of an email from CB6:

Bring a blanket, bring the family, then grab a lemonade or some locally-produced ice cream, and lean back on a hay bale for this summer's Movies on the Farm!


Mad Hot Ballroom (PG)
A documentary about NYC kids and competitive ballroom dancing!
Thursday, July 26th
8:15 PM


When We Were Kings (PG)
A documentary of the 1974 heavyweight championship bout in Zaire between champion George Foreman and underdog challenger Muhammad Ali!
Thursday, August 16th
8:15 PM

Red Hook Movies in the Parks are happening every week from now through August 16th- in Coffey Park, at Valentino Pier, and on the Farm. For more information and a complete schedule, check out:

Before each feature, Hook Productions presents short films produced by neighborhood teens! Check out the local talent at:

... And don't forget to come down to the Farm on Saturdays for our Market and Volunteer days! This week we're harvesting greens, string beans, bell peppers, hot peppers, summer squash, radishes, carrots, beets... and the Sun Gold cherry tomatoes are starting to turn orange...

Directions to the Red Hook Community Farm:

AC/F train to Jay Street Borough Hall Exit the station. Cross Jay and Pick up the B61 going towards Red Hook. Take the B61 to Van Brunt and Van Dyke Street. Exit the bus and cross Van Brunt Street. Walk up Van Dyke three blocks to the Farm.

F/G to Smith and 9th Street. Exit the station to the rear of the train (there is only one exit in this station). Transfer to the B77 (right in front of the station) Take the B77 to Van Dyke and Dwight street. You’ll find yourself in front of the Liberty Heights Taproom. Take a left crossing Dwight Street and proceed up Van Dyke to Red Hook Community Farm (one block walk, from the bus stop you can actually see the farm at the end of the street).

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