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Community Partners Cocktails & Conversation

purpleNext Thursday at Dance Theatre Etcetera we’ll be meeting with community partners to discuss some of the issues facing Red Hook.  From development at Piers 11 & 7 to issues facing local youth, the evening will be a chance to find out what’s going on in the neighborhood and to share your thoughts.

We’ll also have a performance by the wonderfully talented Joseph Webb & friends, and we’ll discuss some ideas for community collaborations on the upcoming (June 6) Red Hook Waterfront Arts Festival.
Here are the details:

480 Van Brunt Street (just past the entrance to the Fairway supermarket, door to the right after the security guard booth- ring buzzer 3.)

RSVP:  jon@dtetc.org or (718) 643-6790

Price:  FREE

Who’s Up in the Tree

Who could that be, up high, all tied up?
Why, it’s Greg, of course.

Want to Dance in the Streets (of Red Hook)?

Already miss the Red Hook Fest?

Check out Dancing in the Streets’ Hip Hop Generation Next. Saturday, June 14, 1-7 pm in Coffey Oark.

Even more pics from the Red Hook Fest


MC Kymbali Craig

Killer Buzz Dancer

Jamming to DJ Oja as the sun goes down.

More Pics from the Red Hook Fest

Awesome pics from native Red Hook photographer Edwin Anglero.


Akil Dasan

Calpulli Danza Mexicana

Brooklyn teens jamming to DJ Oja.

DJ Oja

RED HOOK FEST!

So, who had fun?

Thank you to the weather, thank you to all of our community partners and funders, and especially…THANK YOU for coming!

Don’t forget about all of our volunteers – especially those from South Brooklyn Community High School and Brooklyn International High School!

Check out our first batch of pics!

Come to the Red Hook Fest!

We’re getting set-up for the Red Hook Fest! And by we, I mean they. I am just taking pictures. Pictures of other people working hard.
See how hard they work?

How to Get to the Red Hook Fest

Getting to the Festival has never been easier!

  • New York Water Taxi – offering free rides from Pier 11-Wall Street to the Red Hook Terminal at Fairway (two blocks from the park).
  • Trans Express Shuttle Bus – making runs from the Smith-9th Street Subway stop, throughout Red Hook, and the Festival.
  • Public Transportation – Take the A, C, or F train to Jay Street/Borough Hall, then the B61 to Red Hook, get off at Coffey and Van Brunt, follow signs to festival; Take the F or G train to Smith/9th Street, then B77 towards Red Hook, get off at Conover and Coffey, follow signs to the Festival.
  • By Car – Brooklyn Bridge to Atlantic, right on Atlantic, left on Columbia, right on DeGraw, left on Van Brunt, right on Coffey.

Questions? Give us a call: 718-643-6790

Red Hook Fest One Month Away!

Could it be true? June 7th, the day when we celebrate art, community, Brooklyn, the waterfront, dance, Red Hook and joy is only one month out?

Growing Arts, Going Green

This year at the Red Hook Waterfront Arts Festival we are Growing Arts, Going Green, partnering with environmentally-conscious, community organizations that will offer a range of activities and information on everything from affordable housing to greening your community and home. Featuring:

Don’t miss out!