The Brooklyn community came together in celebration of the borough’s vast arts and culture activities on Sunday, June 26.
Hosted by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and his One Brooklyn Fund, the Central Brooklyn Arts & Culture Walk brought together a slew of uniquely Brooklyn entertainers, vendors and other services along Eastern Parkway.
“As a center of artistic and cultural diversity, the heart of Brooklyn enjoys award-winning music venues, historic theaters and renowned museums,” said Adams. “I enjoyed celebrating our second-to-none arts and culture over this special weekend with our community.”
From 11 to 6 p.m., the Sunday event saw the celebration of the Brooklyn Public Library’s 75th Anniversary with three stages featuring live entertainment, inter-generational activities, health screenings, rock climbing, food trucks, ice cream, cultural performances and dances and arts and crafts.