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ANZAC Day – Nurses of the Great War

ANZAC Day is a big deal to Australians and New Zealanders. With a different meaning to so many, it’s usually regarded as an unnecessary and sad loss of life in a British Empire backed bloodbath, or it’s the most memorable of losing military conflicts that defined both countries and shaped their futures. Remembrance celebrations for the ill-fated campaign at Gallipoli began exactly a year after the event on April 25th 1916 and there have been services every single year since in Australia, New Zealand and anywhere on the planet where Aussies and Kiwis live, serve their country, work or travel. …

FUN, FREE, FAMILY Event by FES this Sat, Marcy Playground

Just found out about a fun, free community event in Brooklyn THIS Saturday, 12/6 in support of #DontStealPossible — a movement created to raise awareness of the NYC education crisis and the 143,000 students stuck in failing NYC schools. In celebration of this one-of-a-kind campaign, there will be a #DontStealPossible neighborhood block party on Saturday, December 6th at Marcy Playground (corner of Myrtle and Nostrand, in Bed-Stuy) from 12-3pm that features family-friendly entertainment and activities including music, arts & crafts, face-painting and storytelling, as well as complimentary bites, drinks and snacks.Here’s a map to get your …