Saturday, July 13, 2024, 10 am to 5 pm
Old Brooklyn has a long history of urban greenspaces, once being declared the greenhouse capital of the United States. The neighborhood continues to embody its green roots as a great place to grow for residents and businesses, thriving on community health engagement and abundant natural resources that our entire community can access.
The neighborhood has access to a great number of green spaces, including the Ben Franklin Community Garden, Loew Park, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, and more! These amenities, on top of affordable housing, a thriving business sector, and easy access to the surrounding greater Cleveland area, make Old Brooklyn a great place to grow for people from all walks of life.