As part of the Crawl, 10 participating NYC public school gardens in Brooklyn’s District 15 will open their doors to visitors for a day of free, family-friendly activities. Grow to Learn NYC will provide snacks and refreshments, and guests will also be able to enjoy live music and a garden yoga session!
The Crawl will kick off at 9:00 a.m. at the Old Stone House at 336 Third Street in Brooklyn with opening remarks from activist and farmer, Karen Washington. Then, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., guests can can visit any or all of the gardens at the following schools:
- P.S. 15 (71 Sullivan Street in Red Hook)
- P.S. 29 (425 Henry Street in Cobble Hill)
- P.S. 32 (317 Hoyt Street in Carroll Gardens)
- P.S. 39 (417 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope)
- P.S. 133 (610 Baltic Street in Gowanus)
- P.S. 146 (Rapelye Street between Henry and Hicks)
- P.S. 154 (1625 Eleventh Avenue in Windsor Terrace)
- P.S. 230 (425 McDonald Avenue in Kensington)
- P.S. 295 (Det. Joseph Mayrose Park at 17 Street and Calder Place in South Slope)
- P.S. 372 (Denton Place and 1 Street in Gowanus)
Following the Crawl, guests can return to the Old Stone House for the official Post-Crawl Party from 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For more information, visit the Garden Train’s website.