The Day: A Fall Music Festival and Bathroom Plans for Cadman Plaza Park

It's still warm enough for some fall fun, locals. Head out to the park this weekend and take in the colors of the changing leaves. (Photo by Brien Foy)
It’s still warm enough for some fall fun, locals. Head out to the park this weekend and take in the colors of the changing leaves. (Photo by Brien Foy)

Good morning, For Greene and Clinton Hill.

If you’re looking to partake in some fall fun, this is your weekend, locals. The weekend promises to be sunny with temperatures comfortably in the 60s, according to the National Weather Service. Grab those sweaters and jackets and go jump in some leaves – and then take pictures and post them in The Nabe’s Flickr group

  • In response to a lack of public restrooms, the Department of Transportation has asked Cemusa, a Spanish street furniture company, to install 20 automatic public toilets (APTs) around the city, and one might be coming to Cadman Plaza Park. On Monday, Oct. 21, Community Board 2’s Parks and Recreation Committee will see plans from DOT for the installation of the APT on Tillary Street, just outside the park. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in dining rooms A and B at the Brooklyn Hospital Center, 121 DeKalb Avenue at Saint Felix Street.
  • On Saturday, you can head down to the Brooklyn Public Library to celebrate Brooklyn’s colorful sounds with the third annual We’ve Got Rhythms festival. Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble will blend Afro-Caribbean, Brazilian, jazz and Judaic music style for its own unique brand of world music. The event is free and open to all ages. Come to the Brooklyn Heights Library auditorium at 280 Cadman Plaza West at Tillary Street to groove and dance the afternoon away.
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