Aug 27, 2008 5:07 PM | 0
From the Parkway to Habana Outpost, Labor Day 2008 will be one for the record books. As Labor Day quickly approaches, it is only right for Brooklyn Public Library to let you in on all the fun and mayhem that will go down in Brooklyn.
For the party animals out there that would like to get a piece of the Caribbean without leaving the U.S, get ready to grab your flags, show your pride and jump and wave. Eastern Parkway is the place to be for the largest street party in Brooklyn, the 41st annual Labor Day/ West Indian Carnival. The Brooklyn Public Library bookmobile will also be on hand to take part in the festivities.
If you’re a parent with tiny tykes and Steel Pans and soca music aren’t your cup of tea, make your way over to Habana Outpost, for BPL’s first ever eco-friendly Back to School Party. Kids of all ages will be treated to day of fun that is guaranteed to chase away the back to school blues. A dance party, face painting, story time, library card sign up and eco-friendly crafts are all part of the day's festivities.
Polish off your dancing shoes, and get ready to party.