Red Hook Walks is Saturday by Jane Herro

Join us for Red Hook Walks on Saturday, October 14 from 3 – 7pm. We’ve gotten some neighborhood friends together for a stoop sale at the RC office at 351 Van Brunt Street and would love to see you there! A portion of the proceeds from the sale will be going to support relief efforts in Puerto Rico. We’ll also be raffling […]

Pig Island is September 9th in Red Hook.

We remember the very first Pig Island, which was a pig feast that took place on Governors Island originally, and it feels like such a short time ago.  We can’t believe it is going on it’s 8th year! It has since moved to Red Hook and will take place at Eerie Basin Park on September […]

Tickets on Sale for Taste of Brooklyn.

The 11th annual Taste of Brooklyn is set for September 26th and tickets are now on sale for this benefit Red Hook Initiative.  This annual event is not only a lot of fun but proceeds will be going to a wonderful cause.  RHI supports youth in the community of Red Hook and can continue doing […]

Red Hook ePrix Volunteers Needed.

RC’s Sandra Manley blogged a little while ago about the very exciting Formula E car races coming to Red Hook on July 15th and 16th. This is the very first motor sports event  to be held in New York City!  If you’d like to be apart of this historic day, here is your chance! Apparently […]

Community Lunch at Pioneer Works this Week.

Whenever we here about a creative event that brings the community together like this one it reminds us how much we love Red Hook.  Community Lunch in the garden (pictured above) at Pioneer Works will begin this Thursday, June 15th and run the entirety of the summer months every other week on Thursdays from 12:30-2pm. No […]

Race Cars are Coming to Red Hook! by Sandra Manley

On July 15th and 16th, the International ePrix Formula E Car Championship will come to Red Hook. It is the first motor sports event to be held in New York City. The FIA-sanctioned ePrix is the world’s first fully electric, single-seater racing series. The series was conceived in 2012, and the inaugural championship was held in […]

Red Hook’s Waterfront Barge’s Shows

The Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge in Red Hook Brooklyn opened it’s spring season on May 7th with a children’s theater production of Amelia & Her Paper Tigers.  If you have children (or don’t) and regret that you missed this fun kids activity in the neighborhood you need not worry.  On June 4th you can […]

Kentler Gallery Benefit Coming Soon.

This is the 15th year that Kentler, which has been around for 27 years now, will be holding this “100 Works on Paper” benefit and you still have plenty of time to purchase your tickets! More than one hundred artists “generously donate original drawings & works on paper in support” of this night. To learn more […]

Red Hook Benefit for Planned Parenthood by Maryam Daghmoumi

During the tumultuous political environment over the last 100 plus days, it’s been easy to feel defeated from time to time. It’s a scary feeling to wake up each morning, only to hear about yet another inalienable human right the higher-ups are trying to take away from us.  I take solace in knowing, however, that as […]

Red Hook Crit Tomorrow.

The Red Hook Crit is tomorrow! For those who haven’t heard of this event it is best described in this short explanation we found on their website: “A track bike criterium held on a short technical circuit at night in front of thousands of spectators.  Athletes from around the world compete in this four-city series to […]