Prospect Lefferts Gardens is known as Brooklyn’s “best-kept secret” with rich arts and culture at every corner! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite things to do during these summer months around the community!
On the 7th, 17th, and 27th of each month at 7:00pm, *7 7* creates a space where we can exchange information and ideas through community and collaboration. 7 curators present 7 people to share a performance for 7 minutes and the outcome is always inspiring and thought provoking!
Follow @77_bk40thcouncildistrict on Instagram to get the latest updates on where they will pop up next!
Gallery Particulier’s 2023 summer group show is now on display through October 3! Enjoy this collection from local artists who work in varied materials, and represent our community with commitment and passion.
Visit this intimate FREE show at 281 Maple Street, 2nd floor.
From Nostrand to Flatbush Avenue to even the Kings County Hospital, murals line our streets with larger than life art by local artists! Take yourself on a walking tour of our community and see how many murals you can spot in an afternoon!
Lefferts Historic House is an 18th-century Flatbush farmhouse and New York City landmark, jointly operated by Prospect Park Alliance and the Historic House Trust. The museum features a working garden, historic artifacts, and indoor and outdoor exhibits. Through hands-on experiences, cultural performances and imaginative play, visitors explore stories of resistance and resilience by the Indigenous people of Lenapehoking and Africans enslaved by the Lefferts and their relevance to diverse communities today.
Looking for a place to cool off with the kids? Our local Crown Heights Library has classes, events, and free meals all summer long.
By joining you help us create and sponsor more visual arts, dance programs, theater events, and music for the children and adults of our community.