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Maggie's Threads for Kids
Nearby Subway Stops
F, G at Seventh Ave.
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This venue is closed.
Artist and Park Slope mom Brenna Beirne opened Maggie's in 2006, naming it after her hardworking, New Yorker grandmother. With clothes for newborns through size 12, the spacious store with cream-and-blue walls sells big-name brands like 3 Pommes, Catimimi, and Tea but emphasizes affordable local styles, such as Infinitee's graphic shirts, Hoot Designs halter dresses, and bonnets knit by another local grandmother. There are also Pluie Pluie galoshes and raincoats, Beach Party swimwear, flower-girl dresses, and even a rack of very gently used consignment clothes. On Wednesdays, various Brooklyn recording artists, who sell their CDs in the store, lead sing-alongs in the back, where there are toys for little ones to play with. The store also hosts birthday parties at nearby preschool Parker's Place, complete with cake, pizza, goody bags, and a theme— kids can do yoga, be entertained by a guitarist, or get their hair styled. And each year, the Maggie’s Threads donates a portion of its profits to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
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