I don’t care what the calendar says: Spring is here! Spring is here! Spring is here!! I sincerely hope you are all outside soaking in the sun. The streets are packed and everyone just seems happier, right? Ah. So wonderful.
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Here’s what you may have missed this week:
We’ve got some great choices for this month’s book clubs at Community Bookstore.
French kosher Chagall Bistro is officially open for business.
Pre-K registration is also officially open, and parents are cautiously optimistic.
Local organizations are offering kids a chance to get their hands dirty.
Stitch Therapy is moving to Lincoln Place in April.
Dine in Brooklyn starts tomorrow! Have you made your reservations?
When you’re making those reservations, consider your comfort food options.
Spoke the Hub is looking for performers for their outdoor summer arts festival.
Fishkill Farms CSA is coming back for its second year in Park Slope and it’s bringing lots of delicious fruit.
There is still a lot of post-Sandy work and CBE is looking for volunteers to help do it.
South Slopers are coming together to support a neighbor recently diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer, and you can help.
F to 7th is inviting you to celebrate the first season finale tonight at Mission Dolores.
Park Slope commuters are, for the most part, not mega-commuters.
The NYPD is asking for assistance in finding three men wanted for armed robbery.
And finally, don’t forget to join us on Thursday to celebrate our first anniversary!