June 18, 2009 / Sponsored Content

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GGMC Parking has just opened up a new garage in the Richard Meier building at 1 Eastern Pkwy. The garage is currently offering a rate of $225 for monthly parking.

GGMC garages are open 24 hours, secure and professional.

The best kind of printer

Rolling Press is a family run, commercial offset print house in Park Slope that brings together environmentally friendly methods, ethical practices, and a holistic approach to sustainable communication. There are lots of stand-out reasons why Rolling Press is different. For one thing, the company prints with vegetable inks. And Rolling Press uses a variety of certified and recycled papers, run through a chemical-free production process.

Even the electricity comes from wind turbines.

But more important, Rolling Press is joining a new view of how this world can be. At Rolling Press, every decision is made with a purpose. From the papers, to the inks, and the energy to power the presses, everything must ultimately leave a positive or neutral imprint. If you share these values, Rolling Press is your partner. Give Eugene Lee a call to discuss your ideas for brochures, postcards, catalogs, magazines and marketing materials.

Summer at Huggs

Children frolic in the private, spacious backyard at Huggs Day School, which is filled with a water play area, a child-sized playhouse, all kinds of riding toys and lots of other fun playground equipment.

Classrooms are large, bright, and airy, and contain a myriad of toys, games and equipment that would fulfill any child’s fantasy. All of this is available to you right in the heart of Park Slope.

Summer at Huggs Day School is a very exciting time of year for young children. Camp provides special hot weather activities for youngsters ages 2 through 7. Schedules are flexible and include two, three, four or five mornings, afternoons, or full days. Groups are led by warm, caring and experienced teachers.

Huggs Day School was established in 1982, offering outstanding preschool experiences for young children for over 25 years. Huggs provides a warm, nurturing environment in which social and emotional well-being are of prime importance. The teachers help each child to feel proud of him or herself and confident in relationships with peers. Many long-lasting friendships have begun at Huggs.

Contact Randie Bader or Gary Siegel to enroll your child in the Huggs summer camp.

GGMC Parking [1 Eastern Parkway, between Plaza Street East and St. Johns Place in Prospect Heights, (718) 398-2518 or (212) 996-6363 X32]. For info, visit

Rolling Press [15 Denton Pl., between Carroll and First streets in Cobble Hill, (718) 625-6800]. For info, visit

Huggs Day School [763 President St., between Sixth and Seventh avenues in Park Slope, (718) 230-5255].

Updated 5:13 pm, July 9, 2018
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