Canarsie Bridges Festival is a hit

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Live entertainment, awards presentations and plenty of seasonal fun was on the agenda when the Jewish Community Council of Canarsie presented the Canarsie Bridges Festival.

Neighbors, friends and elected officials teamed up for the annual community celebration at St. Jude’s Place behind the Hebrew Educational Society, 9502 Seaview Avenue, featuring carnival−style attractions.

Mom, dad and the kids browsed through vendor stalls, participated in amusement games and received the lowdown about available services from grassroots groups and local organizations.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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