The annual National Night Out, America’s Night Out Against Crime, is returning tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6, all around the country — and throughout Central and East Brooklyn.
Close to 37.8 million neighbors across 16,124 communities will participate around the nation in the celebration of National Night Out. The annual summer event is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watches in which police precincts across the United States organize anti-crime rallies with the participation of local business and civic organizations.
By hosting block parties, cookouts and other various community events paired with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel and exhibits, National Night Out is a cohesive effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.
This year attendees can enjoy free food, games, prizes, music and more.
Check out the following NNO events and locations around Central and East Brooklyn taking place this year on Tuesday, August 6, rain or shine, and also take a look at our gallery for fliers from the precincts.
67TH PRECINCT – Flatbush
Join the 67th Precinct on Rutland Road, between E 94 Street and E 95th Street, for a neighborhood BBQ were you can meet your local police officers and learn about free programs offered by the NYPD, from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. For more info, call community affairs at 718-287-32506.
69TH PRECINCT– East New York/E. Flatbush
Join the 69th Precinct and Precinct Council in Seaview Park, at Seaview Avenue and East 88th Street, 5:00pm – 9:00pm. There will be live performances, free food, facepainting for the little ones, back-to-school supplies rides and lots of giveaways!
71ST PRECINCT– Crown Heights
Join the 71st Precinct is hosting its National Night Out at Montgomery Street, between Bedford and Rogers Avenues, 4:00pm – 8:00pm. The evening will include entertainment for all, and a chance to engage directly with the communities law enforcement.
For more information, please contact Karl Cohen, President of the 71st Precinct Community Council at 917-952-3308 or email Officer Vincent Martinos at email@example.com
73RD PRECINCT– Brownsville
Join the 73rd Precinct at Dr. Green Playground at Mother Gaston Boulevard, between Sutter and Blake Avenues, for a fun day with live music and giveaways starting, 12:00pm – 7:00pm.
75TH PRECINCT – East New York
From 2:00pm – 8:00pm, the 75th Precinct will take over Robert E. Venable Park at 1411 Sutter Avenue. Come out and meet your neighbors for this fun community event.
77TH PRECINCT – Crown Heights
The 77th Precinct is hosting its National Night out at Brower Park, between St. Marks Avenue and Park Place, 4:00pm – 8:00pm. Come out to enjoy a packed program with live performances and sounds provided by DJ Frankie D.
79TH PRECINCT – Bedford Stuyvesant
The 79th Precinct is taking over Restoration Plaza at Herkimer Street, between Brooklyn Avenue and New York Avenue, 2:00pm – 9:00pm. Hosted by Jackie Mcghee, the event will feature music, free food and kids activities, as well all health and wellness vendors, including an on-site massage therapist.
81ST PRECINCT – Bedford Stuyvesant
Join the 81st Precinct at P.S./ M.S. 267 at 800 Gates Avenue, from 3:00pm – 8:00pm, for music, food, giveaways and more.
83RD PRECINCT – Bushwick
The 83rd Precinct hopes to see the community at Bushwick Houses, at 24 Humboldt Street, at 5:30pm – 8:00pm, for free family-fun, food and career education.
88TH PRECINCT – Fort Greene/ Clinton Hill
The 88th Precinct is hosting its National Night Out at Fort Greene Park, Dekalb Avenue and Washington Park, from 12:00pm – 7:00pm. Meet and greet your neighbors, police officers, precinct council board and local elected officials while enjoying free food and rides!
NYPD HOUSING PSA 2 – Brownsville
Come out and celebrate with neighbors, family and friends a day of fun, food, music and games. Meet the NYPD Housing PSA 2 at Linden Park from 3:00pm to 8:00pm.
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