Popular community physician Dr. Eli Rosen will be appearing at the first community street festival on Kingston Avenue Sunday.
Dr. Rosen will be at the street festival at 1:00 pm, on Kingston Avenue near the Jewish Children’s Museum, to answer questions from residents and give tips and advice on sun and summer safety.
Dr. Rosen will be joined by Dr. Avraham Gottesman, as well as Hatzalah volunteers.
The day of free fun, entertainment and education exclusively for Crown Heights residents will be held on Kingston Avenue between Carroll Street and Eastern Parkway, this Sunday, May 17, from 11 am to 3:30 pm.
The event is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and the CHJCC, all are invited to attend.
Activities and entertainment will include free fun for all ages, a bouncing castle, face painting, wall climbing, dunk tank, pirate swing, 40 ft. obstacle course and refreshments from neighborhood businesses. Many local businesses will also be offering free gifts and giveaways.
Residents will have the opportunity to learn about fire safety from the FDNY who will be on hand with a 40 ft. smoke simulator, bike and helmet safety, and water safety. Free smoke detectors will be available while supplies last.
The NYPD will be on hand for bike and phone registration.
Streets that will be closed due to the event will be on Sunday, beginning at 9:00 am until 5:00 pm, Kingston Avenue from Carroll Street until Eastern Parkway.
The event is organized and sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and CHJCC and local participating sponsors.