Friday, June 14, 2013

Friends Of Carroll Park Throwing A Party For Volunteers Past, Present, And Future

Friends Of Carroll Park, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving our park for everyone, is throwing a party for all volunteers: past, present, and future! Whether you’re looking to get involved, are currently active, or are an esteemed alumni, join the membership of Friends of Carroll Park in the Robert Acito Park House for eats, drinks, and conversation with some of the neighbors who help keep our park and community vibrant and beautiful. Save the date!

Click here for more history and information on the group, which was founded in 1975.

Tthe group meets the first Thursday of every month in the park house at 7:30 PM.

And just a reminder about Carroll Park's City Harvest “Feed the Kids” Food Drive. There will be a collection this Saturday, June 15th from 11 to 3 in front of the park housePlease consider dropping off canned vegetables and fruit, mac & cheese, peanut butter, and cereal. (No glass, please)


C.G. Family since 1885 said...

Speaking of the Friends of Carroll Park, when do you think you and/or the city will be putting back the No Dogs Sign(s) around the entrances of the Ballfield & the Playground.
They were slowly being broken & disappeared; more so after Sandy.
The old rules were NO Dogs on the Ballfield & Playground, while dogs on a leash were allowed in the Center / Monument Section ONLY.
Now, Dogs are not only romping on the Ballfield but they are being let OFF leash. I see them peeing on the Ballfeild Trees & pooping in Rock Garden in the Monument section.
I am a dog owner, but I do not walk my dog through the Playgorund or Ballfield, nor do I let him pee anywhere he wants. Whatever happened to "Curb Your Dog" & "Pooper Scouper" Laws?

Katia said...

Couldn't agree with you more. We need to ask the Parks Department to replace the signs.