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Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Welcome to Good Neighbors of Park Slope

Good Neighbors of Park Slope


Good Neighbors of Park Slope (GNPS) is an all volunteer, non-profit, aging-in-place organization, open to residents of Park Slope and surrounding areas who are age 50 and over. Our goal is to create a network of members to make life in our neighborhood easier and more fulfilling, while maintaining our autonomy and quality of life in our homes.

Members: Be sure to log in with your username and password to have access to 'member only' features of our website.

What's Happening?
For more information and to register go to:
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


To post activities on our Calendar, please fill out this form: 
New Activity Form 2020-2021

Important  Community Info


How to get help, how to give help and how to stay active.
Covid Info

NYC DOH site has testing sites
NYC Dept of Health Covid Page

The New York State page has eligibility survey:
NYS Covid 19 Vaccine Info

 Park Slope Center for Successful Aging is in need of Fresh Direct Bags &
Volunteers to help deliver food.
Stop by 
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-1 

Important GNPS Info


GNPS activities now take place on Zoom.

Learn to use Zoom

E-BLAST 1-3-21

To sign up to be matched for daily check in:
Daily Check-In

To sign up to request Broadcast Bulletin Board notifications or to make a request:

Broadcast Bulletin Board

GNPS artists have gone virtual!

Click the button to see the art online.

To join the Social Activism Interest Group, go to:

Activities Overview

Scroll down the page to see the joke of the day.

Covid-19 Vaccination Information
(last updated January 15)
 New York State is now scheduling vaccinations for "Phase 1b" groups which includes people aged 65 and up.
Vaccinations are by appointment only and New Yorkers can determine eligibility and find a provider to receive their first dose through the State's "Am I Eligible" app or call the New York State Vaccination Hotline at 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829). And New Yorkers will be able to schedule an appointment to receive the required second dose on site after receiving their first dose. New Yorkers should not attempt to book their second appointment online.

To find vaccine sites:

For up-to-date info:

Links sent by our members to share for appointments:
Please share if you know of any other sites

Check websites frequently as new spots open all the time.

Mt Sinai:

NYState sites, in including Jacob Javits Center:

Several sites in Brooklyn, not in Brownstone Brooklyn, but available:

COVID-19 Vaccine Hub Site: Bushwick Educational Campus/ Site Address: 400 Irving Avenue, Brooklyn - 11237


If you have questions, call the New York State COVID-19 hotline at 888-364-3065.

Article on what it means after you are vaccinated:

And to check status of your $600 stimulus check
click here:




Wednesday, January 20
History talk by Bill Greer
History Talks: Suffrage 1872-Susan B. Anthony Votes - 1/20/2021

Thursday, January 21

Estate Planning Basics

Estate Planning Basics - 1/21/2021


Thursday, January 28

NEW: Book Discussion Group
Book Discussion with Arlynn: The Girl with the Louding Voice - 1/28/2021

Coming February 2021

NEW: Book  & Movie Discussion Group
The works of E.L.Doctorow  
The Book of Daniel, Ragtime. Billy Bathgate, The Waterworks
check calendar for more information
Book Discussion with Arlynn: The works of E.L.Doctorow - 2/3/2021

Wednesday, February 17
Introduction to Home Care
True Care Presentation on Home Care - 2/17/2021

Wednesday, February 17
History talk by Bill Greer
History Talks: Sex & the City, The Early Years - 2/17/2021

Thursday, February 18
You loved it before, you'll love it again
Old Folks Telling Jokes - 2/18/2021

Thursday, February 25

Member Orientation to GNPS and  GNPS Website
Old and New Members Welcome!
Member Orientation: GNPS and Website - 2/25/2021

Friday, March 5
 Introduction to Medicaid
Introduction to Medicaid - 3/5/2021




  • From Eric McClure of Park Slope Neighbors Newsletter:
  • The MTA announced this week that Park Slope’s 7th Avenue/9th Street F/G subway station is on the list of the next stations to be made accessible by elevators, three, in fact. There’s not a firm start date for the work yet, but the work will be funded from an existing federal grant, so it should not be delayed. Congratulations and thanks to the many who have advocated for accessibility at this station, including Good Neighbors of Park Slope, the Park Slope Civic Council, Brooklyn CB6, Council Member Brad Lander, and Assemblymember Robert Carroll, among others:

Many thanks to Michael Wade of Trivia Throwdown for a fun afternoon of trivia. To read more about Trivia Throwdown and other zoom games, check out this recent New York Times article HERE

We hope we can do this again. To be notified when this is scheduled, add your name to the Trivia interest group on the Activities Overview Page

Thank you Barbara Kaminsky for the excellent, patient instruction in Tai Chi.

If you are interested in future Tai Chi sessions, add your name to this group on the

Activities Overview page.

Stay Healthy, Stay Safe.
Check in with someone you haven't heard from in a while.

If you would like to join in our activities and have access to all our information, consider becoming a member -- click on our Membership page for more information.

If you are having any difficulty using this site please call us at 917-947-9121
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