BK School Gardens Crawl Poster

Participants who visit three or more school gardens during the Crawl will be eligible for prizes at the Post-Crawl Party!

Garden Train, District 15’s school gardens consortium, will be hosting its first annual Brooklyn School Gardens Crawl on Saturday, September 29.

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.

Garden Train volunteers hold up a posterboard shaped like a garden spade with the words, "We grow community" written on it

The Garden Train believes that public school gardens are the ideal vehicle to grow community.

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