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Monday, September 13, 2010

Jazz Returns To Red Hook Urban Meadow This Fall


Expect a great line-up and fabulous music when the Red Hook Jazz Festival returns to Red Hook's Urban Meadow this coming Saturday. Located on the corner of President Street and Van Brunt Street, the Urban Meadow is a community garden in the Columbia Waterfront area, which hosts not only wonderful events, but serves as a green oasis for many neighborhood families.

Read on for more information about the jazz festival:

Welcome back from the summer and to another fantastic Red Hook Jazz Festival show at the Urban Meadow. Next Sunday, September 19 from 12 PM - 6 PM, suggested donation is $5 for adults and free for kids (all proceeds go to support the activities of the Urban Meadow). And once again the line-up includes mostly incredible Brooklyn talent. The weather promises to be beautiful so pack your picnic blankets and come to a cool outdoor venue for great music. See the Urban Meadow blog for complete information about the show, and the Urban Meadow, including directions.


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