Kingsborough Community College (KCC) is hosting their 14th Annual Seaside Splash Gala and Silent Auction. This year’s theme, Garden of Dreams, will whisk you away to a magical evening in support of student scholarships. As a trustee of KCC, Broadway Stages encourages you to attend, enjoy a memorable evening and support higher education. For more information about the event click here
Music, flowers and fellowship! It was another picture perfect day and fun filled event at Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages. Ernesto Villalobos and Katy Gunn, in collaboration with NOoSPHERE Arts NYC, each performed atop Broadway Stages’ film production facility in Greenpoint this past weekend. The sold out performance was one of several events held at Kingsland Wildflowers. Broadway Stages encourages you to take a look at the schedule of events and come out to see how our green roof is thriving, helping our environment and bringing our community together.
It was a picture perfect evening for the Sunset Ecology tour and lecture that was held on Friday, June 7 at Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages. NYC Audubon ecologists presented findings from the past year of monitoring and research at the Kingsland Wildflowers green rooftop. And as you can see from the photos, the weather cooperated and participants were treated to a beautiful sunset. Thanks to all who attended and especially to those who arranged the event. Broadway Stages is committed to support environmentally sustainable programs. We are proud to share our rooftop with our community and to partner with environmental organizations who share our passion for green initiatives that positively impact our local ecosystem and environment.
The Staten Island Zoo was the location of this past weekend’s Green & Clean Festival hosted by the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation (SIEDC). A day-long marketplace, sustainable businesses and organizations showcased their services and spread information about sustainability and environmental awareness. As a member of the Board of SIEDC, Broadway Stages is proud to have supported this event and to help promote the value of sustainability. In fact our very own green roof project was represented by Niki Jackson of the NYC Audubon on behalf of Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages, along with Monica Holowacz, Community Relations Director at Broadway Stages. Take a virtual stroll via the photo gallery below. #GOGREEN
We shaped-up, enjoyed healthy food and family fun activities, as well as the 14th annual Brooklyn-Queens day parade. The seventh annual Shape-Up Bushwick event was a success. Thanks to all who attended and participated in the fellowship of community and supporting a healthy lifestyle. As a local neighbor, Broadway Stages is honored to support our communities where we live and work. Take a look at the photo carousel below to see how those who attended enjoyed the event.
A Bocce Ball tournament you won’t want to miss. Get a team together, sign up and bring your best game to Domino Park Bocce Courts at South 4h and River Streets on Saturday, June 8th for the playoffs. The Finals will be held on Monday, June 10. Not only will you have fun, but also will be supporting the Swinging Sixties Senior Center, one of the St. Nicks Alliance programs, being hosted by the Conselyea Street Block Association.
Broadway Stages is proud to sponsor this event and we encourage you to join in the fun and support this worthy cause. For more information check out St. Nicks Alliance.
It’s Spring and a number of events are scheduled to take place at Kingsland Wildflowers Green Rooftop at Broadway Stages; take a look below at the upcoming events. We encourage you to join us!
Friday, June 7 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm: Join Kingsland Wildflowers and Atlas Obscura for a rooftop tour and lecture with NYC Audubon who will present findings from the past year of monitoring and research at Kingsland Wildflowers. Food and refreshments will be provided. Tickets are limited. RSVP here.
Saturday/Sunday, June 8/9 from 12:00 to 4:00 pm: Greenpoint Open Studios Weekend. Bring your sketchbooks or easels and let the rooftop garden and city-scape inspire. Free. No RSVP required.
During this month and throughout the year, Broadway Stages celebrates the experiences, talents and cultures across our operations, and across our vibrant and diverse City.
Our ability to coexist, to recognize, appreciate and celebrate our differences and the value they each bring makes NYC a cosmopolitan city like no other. Broadway Stages encourages you to dare to dream, and check out the New York Times who have compiled more than 25 options to celebrate Pride Month. Also take a look at WorldPride, hosted this year by NYC.
FANTASTIC - the weather, the festivities, the people! This past Saturday, June 1st, Town Square hosted their 11th annual Go Green Festival at McCarren Park. It was a picture perfect day. Exhibitors were on hand with fun and creative activities for all ages. And festival goers were able to sample local food, art and music while learning about local sustainability initiatives such as the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm. Built atop one of Broadway Stages film production studios in Greenpoint, this 6,000 square foot internationally acclaimed green roof is a commercially operated vegetable farm. Green roofs are an excellent way to advance ecosystem services that are critical to habitat and community. Other green roof projects supported by Broadway Stages include Kingsland Wildflowers, solar panels that offset about 1/3 or our annual electric consumption, and Broadway Stages Green Corridor - in cooperation with Alive Structures - we are in the planning phases of a 1.4 acre green roof project funded through New York State’s Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Green Innovation Grant Program.
Take a virtual stroll through the festival by viewing our photo gallery below.
The 2019 Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) kicks off on Friday, May 31 and runs through Sunday, June 9. The 133 films featured at the 2019 BFF will compete for six awards including:
Grand Cameleon Award
Best in Category Award
Best New Director
Best Brooklyn Project
Certificate of Excellence
The competition begins on opening night, with the film Above the Shadows, a supernatural tale that follows a young woman (Olivia Thirlby) who has faded from the world to the point of becoming invisible. Directed by Claudia Myers, the world premiere of this film - in the category of narrative feature - will be shown at the Wythe Hotel.
As a proud sponsor, Broadway Stages encourages you to check out showtimes, experience the power and artistic excellence of independent films, and be a part of the cinematic world of Brooklyn.
ABOUT BFF: Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is an International, competitive festival. BFF mission is to provide a public forum in Brooklyn in order to advance public interest in films and the independent production of films. To draw worldwide attention to Brooklyn as a center for cinema. To encourage the rights of all Brooklyn residents to access and experience the power of independent filmmaking, and to promote artistic excellence and the creative freedom of artists without censure. BFF, inc. is a not-for-profit organization. Learn more about BFF .
The Camp Brooklyn Fund is on a mission to give kids from low-income families in Brooklyn the opportunity to attend sleep-away camp. Why you may ask? Because camp can transform lives, families and our community. And just $750 will send one child to camp for two amazing weeks during the summer. An experience of a lifetime, camp can open up a world of opportunities and build character. Teamwork, loyalty, wholesome health habits, responsibility, personal respect, and appreciation for nature are all part of a child’s education at summer camp.
Please take a few minutes to watch the 2018 Camp Brooklyn Fund video and see for yourself the impact that Camp is making on our children. As a member of the board of The Camp Brooklyn Fund, Broadway Stages invites you to support our mission. Please donate today!.
Join Kingsland Wildflowers and Atlas Obscura on Thursday, May 30 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm for a green rooftop tour and lecture with NYC Audubon ecologists, who will present findings from the past year of monitoring and research at the Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages. There is a $40 admission fee that also includes food and refreshments. All profits from the event will go towards supporting Atlas Obscura, The NYC Audubon, as well as future events at Kingsland WIldflowers. To register click here.