Annual Doubles Tournament

Get competitive with Prospect Park Alliance’s Annual Doubles Tournament! This tournament will feature Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles and Family Doubles.

Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded.

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Annual Singles Tournament

Get competitive with Prospect Park Alliance’s Annual Singles Tournament! This tournament offers Men’s A and B Singles, Women’s Singles and Open Singles.

Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded.

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Migration Sensation

It’s time to fly south – or is it? Join Prospect Park Zoo every weekend in September to learn which birds are flying south for the winter and which are staying right here at home. Visit some of the zoo’s most beautiful residents and learn about the amazing avian conservation efforts by the Wildlife Conservation Society. Family fun also includes themed games, a scavenger hunt and bird biofact stations.

Taste of History: Apple Butter

Join Prospect Park Alliance every weekend in September at Lefferts Historic House to help peel, cut and core apples for the preparation of freshly stewed apple butter: a historic way of preserving fresh apples for a sweet and nutritious treat all winter long.

Climate Clues: Pop-Up Audubon II

Explore how climate change and environmental impacts affect the park’s ecosystems. Pop-Up Audubon II is best for ages 8 and over. Presented in partnership with Con Edison.

Discovery Pack, 10 am–2 pm: Prospect Park Alliance invites you to get inspired by nature with our new Discovery Packs, ready-to-go kits filled with nature activities for families.
Nethermead + Ravine Ramble: 11 am–12 pm: Join Alliance naturalists for a guided nature walk along Prospect Park’s watercourse and explore the unique ecosystems of the Ravine and Nethermead. This program leaves promptly at 11 am.
Junior Naturalists, 12–1 pm: Investigate how climate change and other human impacts have altered ecosystems in Prospect Park in this citizen science program. This program leaves promptly at 12 pm.
Nature’s Helpers, 1–2 pm: Let’s lend a helping hand to make our park a better place. Learn how mulch helps trees, spread wood chips or protect the environment by removing damaging litter. This program leaves promptly at 1 pm.
Family Bird Watching, 2–3 pm: After learning how to use binoculars, join our naturalists to identify some of the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home. This program starts promptly at 2 pm.

A Century of Honor

Join Prospect Park Alliance for the opening of A Century of Honor, an exhibition that celebrates the impact of the Girl Scouts over the past 100 years.

The exhibition was created by Carol Obler, a Girl Scout who has been involved with the organization for nearly 60 years. The exhibit showcases significant historical artifacts and articles of scouting from the Girl Scout Council of Greater New York and the Girl Scouts of the USA. Many of the pieces on display are from her personal collection, along with donated items from other longtime Girl Scouts and collectors.

The exhibition will be on view through December 30, 2018.

Join exhibit creator Carol Obler in conversation on 11/24, 12/1 and 12/15 from 12–4 pm.

Faces and Stories of Prospect Park

Join Prospect Park Alliance and Virginia L. S. Freire Photography at the Lefferts Historic House for Faces and Stories of Prospect Park. A photo testament to the individuals, couples, families, friends, and even canines, that make up the vibrant landscape of Prospect Park.

Virginia L. S. Freire is a fine art portrait artist and visual storyteller. Her boutique portrait studio specializes in creating artful portraits telling extraordinary stories that will endure over generations. She is a Brooklyn native with a home-based studio in Prospect Heights where she lives with her husband and two children in the brownstone where she grew up just blocks from Prospect Park. 

Visit her website here and view this photo testament from June 7th to January 1st, 2019 at the Lefferts Historic House. 

Flax Harvest

Join Prospect Park Alliance for our mid-summer harvest! You helped us plant, weed and water; now  help us harvest our flax crop and prepare it for processing. Then, watch a costumed interpreter spinning flaxen thread.

Opening Weekend at the Zoo!

Prospect Park Zoo is celebrating the Park’s 150th with free admission for children and special Park-centric fun!

  • Discovery Center Fun: this special area for young children will feature books themed with Park-centric reading material.  
  • Nature Play on Discovery Trail: Families will think about animals and the homes they need and construct a variety of habitats!
  • Conservation Station in the Hall of Animals: Zoo interpreters will give visitors the tools they need to recognize the signs of spring in and out of the Park and foster an appreciation for wildlife everywhere.

RSVP to let us know you’re coming!