Judaica Press 123 Ditmas Ave, Brooklyn, NY11218 Judaica Press has been in the business of publishing books for over 50 years. It specializes in subjects related to…More Judaism and its true traditions. Find titles for children and adults, ranging from educational material, guides, entertainment, cookbooks, fiction, inspirational to spiritual.
New Evangelization Television 1712 10th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 New Evangelization Television (NET NY) is a Catholic-centered TV channel. Shows include "Ask the Doctor," "Breaking…More Bread," "City of Churches," "Currents," "Mysteries of the Church" and "Reel Faith." The channel is available to Time Warner Cable and Cablevision subscribers.
Kensington Library 410 Ditmas Ave, Brooklyn, NY11218 Kensington Library's second floor houses the children's section and its main level houses all other literature and…More media. Multilingual material is available, including in Arabic, Bengali, Bangla, Chinese, English, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Polish, Russian, Urdu and Yiddish.
Windsor Terrace Library 160 E 5th St, Brooklyn, NY11218 Windsor Terrace Library is one of Brooklyn's public library branches. At it, one can find reading and other media…More material suitable for adults, children and toddlers. It also offers multi-lingual material, such as Arabic, Bengali, Bangla, Chinese, Polish, Russian, Urdu and others.This 7,000-square-foot library was renovated in 1994 and in 2011. It offers five computers in the adult room and four computers in the children's room.
Ditmas I.S. 62, also known as Ditmas Junior High School, serves the area's 6th through 8th grade population. The…More school is home to a thriving media program, which boasts a student-run news broadcast and newspaper.</p>
<p>It received a "B" grade on the city's 2010-2011 progress report. </p>
Barking Cat Studio Arts & Crafts for Everyone 219 Greenwood Ave, Brooklyn, NY11218 Barking Cat provides art lessons for people of all ages, from young children to adults. It features all manner of…More projects tailored to meet everyone's specific ages and skill levels. There are exploratory classes for little ones that help them learn about all kinds of media in a fun and safe way, as well as after-school programs for kids through high school age that explore the disciplines of sculpture, painting, collage and cartooning. While reservations are strongly suggested, drop-ins are always welcome providing there is room. Birthday parties are also available.