"It's Not a Done Deal" Benefit

Clem Labine, Everett Ortner, Burnley Duke Dame, Kathy Evers, and Deirdre Lawrence invite you to:

The “It’s Not A Done Deal” Benefit

Victorian House & Book Party
Spend a delightful afternoon with your neighbors and help preserve Brooklyn’s character.

A Fund-Raiser for Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn
and the legal expenses to block the Atlantic Yards mega-project

Sunday, June 24, 2007
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
199 Berkeley Place
Between 7th & 8th Avenues
Park Slope

… Tour one of Brooklyn’s most famous restored Victorian Brownstones

… See the nationally famous Peacock Parlor

… Lounge in the garden sculpture court, listen to the waterfall, and say “hi” to the giant Koi

… Get a free inscribed copy of the acclaimed new book:
Creating The Artful Home” ; a modern interpretation of the Late Victorian Aesthetic Movement

… Meet the book’s author, Karen Zukowski, a leading authority on decorating Victorian homes today.

… Meet preservation pioneers Everett Ortner and Clem Labine

… Enjoy light refreshments and Victorian potations

… Meet Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn leaders and find out how to help defeat the enormous threat to Brooklyn’s neighborhoods
Space is limited: Pre-registration strongly advised.
Advance Tickets: $60. Space permitting, tickets at the door: $75.
To pre-register send your name(s) and contact information,
along with a $60 check/per person to:
Kathy Evers
205 Berkeley Place
Brooklyn, New York 11217
(make check payable to: Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn)
Call 718-636-8191 for more information
Posted Under: Atlantic Yards, Brooklyn, Event, Park Slope

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