Welcome to the Briarwood Action Network!

What We're All About

The Briarwood Action Network (BAN!) is a neighborhood civic group dedicated to improving
the quality of life in Briarwood, Queens.

The Briarwood Action Network is a Briarwood community organization committed to
providing a forum for the diverse members of the community to inform and express
themselves on the full range of issues affecting Briarwood. We host informational
meetings on a variety of topics, we rally our neighbors together for beautification and
improvement of the community, we bring community needs to officials and representatives
and we bring officials and representatives to the community. We love Briarwood and work
tirelessly to build a stronger community.

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Next BAN Event!
SATURDAY, MAY 2
11:00am - 3:00pm
Spring It's My Park Day!


Held at Hoover Park Seating Area: Manton Street between 83rd Ave and Main St
Free - Registration: Not required

Briarwood Action Network in cooperation with Partnerships for Parks hosts

Spring It's My Park Day!

On each It’s My Park Day, thousands of New Yorkers come together to volunteer and
celebrate their neighborhood parks and public spaces throughout the five boroughs.
For spring 2015 It’s My Park Day, BAN will be back in Hoover Park. Please join us and
your other neighbors and lend a hand as we paint, rake, clean, and generally spruce
up the park for spring and summer. Please dress appropriately for cleaning and
painting. We’ll have Arts and Crafts, Storytelling, and other activities for kids and Live
Music for all! Refreshments will be available for volunteer workers.

We always need additional help for set-up, so if you can come between 9:30 and 11,
please do!
We’d love to see you early!

Click here to see a flyer about this event
Please feel free to spread the word by printing and displaying the flyer in appropriate
areas of your building. Please do not place flyers on any trees, utility/light poles, or car
windshields