On April 26th, the North Brooklyn Boat Club will host a FEAST, the culminating event for a week long project led by choreographer Emily Johnson, SHORE in Lenapehoking (NYC). Other events that week focus on community action, story and performance including partnerships with other water focussed groups including the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance and NY Harbor School. See the full list of events here.
In addition to feasting we will also be offering environmental education via ecology presentations and guide-led canoe trips in our trusty 25 foot canoes. The FEAST event is free, but participants must register. Full details below; hope to see you there!
SHORE: FEAST on Newtown Creek in Greenpoint
Sunday, April 26, 2 – 6
At North Brooklyn Boat Club
49 Ash St. at McGuinness Blvd, Brooklyn, NY
Under the Pulaski Bridge, on Newtown Creek
**outdoor event so dress for the weather**
Free, Registration Necessary
Gather with us for a celebratory potluck feast! Bring a dish and the recipe to share. Bring your dishes, forks, and spoons! We’ll also share WILD AK SALMON from Iliamna Fish Company cooked on a open fire, OYSTERS from Open Oyster shucked by a team, and WINE from Broadbent! The North Brooklyn Boat Club is offering environmental education programming to explore the unique history and returning ecology of Newtown Creek as well as free guide-led canoe tours of the Creek.