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Results for subject term "Recreation": 25

Valentino Park and Pier Between Coffey and Van Dyke Streets on Ferris St Brooklyn, NY 11231 From the NYC Parks website: "Valentino Pier was once the site of an active shipping industry. In the 1600s, the Red Hook district was settled by the Dutch....

Coffey Park, like a lot of other city properties, such as other parks, school and housing sites, started off as less desired marshy land, prone to flooding.  Over the years the place was used as a skating pond in the winter and as a dump for...

Red Hook Conservancy (formerly Friends of Red Hook Recreation Center) a dvocates for the Red Hook Recreation Center and engaging in stewardship of Red Hook park spaces. Address:  155 Bay St.  Brooklyn, New York Website:...

Street address: 155 Bay Street

Provides sports, educational and physical fitness programs that empower and educate youth. Red Hook Rise was founded in 1994 by Red Hook natives, brothers Earl and Raymond Hall. Ray and Earl took the initiative to develop programs that strengthen...

Street address: 480 Van Brunt Street

Soon after this photo is taken, the area at the left of the composite photo with just a few scattered houses in an uneven field will become the Red Hook Ball Fields and recreational area. Part of this area had been home to a shanty town, which went...

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