Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable Series
Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable is a quarterly luncheon series dedicated to examining, analyzing, reviewing and predicting the critical issues in Brooklyn real estate.
Networking cocktail reception in the BHS Tile Lobby begins at 12:00 p.m. The luncheon program commences at 12:45 p.m.
Purchase of a series includes admission to all four luncheons.
"Cocktails and Conversation:
An Evening to Honor NYC's First Historic District"
The Long Island Historical Society, circa 1890, v1973.6.224; Brooklyn photograph and illustration collection,
ARC.202; Brooklyn Historical Society.
On November 23, 2015, we
honored the 50th Anniversary of the
designation of Brooklyn Heights as New York City's finest historic
district with an elegant evening and a program
that featured architectural historican Francis Morrone and Anthony C. Wood, founder and chair of The New York Preservation Archive Project
Co-sponsored by the New York Preservation Archive Project and the Brooklyn Heights Association as part of the NYC Landmarks50 Alliance celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Landmarks Law.
for your support of
Brooklyn Bounty 2015!
Thank you for your incredible support of our annual tasting benefit, held on November 10, 2015! We enjoyed a wonderful evening of gourmet tastings, cocktails, live music, and more. Click HERE to browse photos from this fantastic event!
Above photo © 2015 Scott Rudd.
Thank you for your support of the
11th Annual Library Dinner!
This year's dinner was a huge success, and the proceeds will support the work and growth of Brooklyn Historical Society’s Othmer Library. If you were unable to attend or if you want to look back on this fantastic evening, click HERE to browse photos.
A pdf of the 2015 program is available here.
Above photos © 2015 Scott Rudd. Right photo, from L to R: Brooklyn Historical Society Trustee Susan Rifkin, Dr. Linda Gordon, Honoree Joanne Witty, Honoree Eugene Keilin, Board of Trustees Chair Jim Rossman and Brooklyn Historical Society President Deborah Schwartz
Thank you to everyone who attended
"An Evening with Ken Burns"
and helped to support BHS' education programs!
On March 10th, we were honored to host a special fundraising event with Academy Award-nominated producer and director Ken Burns, creator of the acclaimed documentaries “The Civil War,” “Baseball” and, most recently, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.” In addition to other projects, Burns is currently at work on a film about the life of Brooklyn Dodger Jackie Robinson. This very special evening helped to support BHS' education programs
Thanks to our sponsor
Left Photo by Cable Risdon, Right Photo by Elizabeth Alex