The Day: Summer Camp, Free Theater and St. Joseph’s College Baseball Ends Season

The Day: Summer Camp, Free Theater and St. Joseph’s College Baseball Ends Season
With the sun warming up the nabe, it's easy to see why our furry friends don't want to leave Fort Greene Park. (Photo by Ben Saunders)
With the sun warming up the nabe, it’s easy to see why our furry friends don’t want to leave Fort Greene Park. (Photo by Ben Saunders)

Good morning, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill

Although we might be able to avoid a heavy soaking today, expect to see some scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. So be sure to keep that umbrella close. If you do go out, don’t forget to grab a few photos and submit them to The Nabe’s Flickr group.

Here’s more local news to get you going:

  • Still looking for a children’s summer camp in Brooklyn? A new one in the nabe called Camp Fort Greene is taking applications right now. Campers will get to learn about science, art and more, as well as enjoy some time to unwind after a long year of school. Activities include music, theater, sports, gardening and also visits from business owners and other important members of the Fort Greene community – there to help teach campers about how the community works. To learn more, email the camp at info@campfortgreene.com.
  • The St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn Bears season came to an end yesterday, when they were defeated for the second time at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series tournament. The loss, the second in as many days, follows the team’s first postseason win for the program versus Penn State University Greater Allegheny. Congratulations to the team and its seniors, Joe Mendez, Mike Cundari, Donny Pagano, Chris Vargas, Chris Pacifico and Simon Diaz, who helped the squad win 77 games of their four years – a school record for a senior class.
  • The Irondale’s Ensemble Project’s teen ensemble, called Young Company, will offer free showings of its original work “From the Inside: Awake, Aware, Individual” tonight and tomorrow. The work focusses on the world teens live today and where they escape to. Young Company, entering its fifth season, opens each of the shows at 7 p.m. Or if you’d like to become part of the group, contact Amanda Hinkle, Director of Education at (718) 488-9233 extension 224, or email her at amanda@irondale.org.
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