Saturday: Make Music Winter Parade: the festival premieres “Blink,” a piece for cyclists and bicycle bells. Grand Army Plaza • Union Street between Flatbush Avenue and Prospect Park West, Brooklyn http://makemusicny.org 4:30 pm free. Chocolate and wine tasting: enjoy wine and chocolate from Brooklyn Oenology and Mast Brothers Chocolate, as well as a selection of work from The Sketchbook Project. Space is limited, so RSVP in advance. Brooklyn Art Library • 103A N. Third St. between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue • (718) 388–7941 • email@example.com http://www.eventbrite.com/e/tastings-at-brooklyn-art-library-tickets-9726390897 8–10 pm, $5. Winter Solstice: urban Shaman celebrates the birth of the sun. The public is encouraged to wear white, silver, and day-glo and bring drums, percussion instruments, kids, and lots of energy. Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn • (718) 857–1343 • firstname.lastname@example.org 11:30 am free. A Charlie Brown Christmas at Carnegie Hall carnegiehall.org. Craft fair: fine arts by local artisans. Where: Carmine Carro Community Center in Marine Park • 3000 Fillmore Ave. and Marine Parkway• (646) 552–6640 11 am–4 pm free admission.
Sunday: Spatial Awareness Workshop: explore the neural underpinnings of our sensation, the vestibular and proprioceptive systems. Brooklyn Launchpad • 721 Franklin Ave. near Park Place • (646) 494–7211 http://brooklynlaunchpad.org 7–9 pm, donations requested. Beyoncé: attention single ladies (and other folks): Queen Bey performs. “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.” barclayscenter.com. The Breeders at Webster Hall: Kim Deal’s non-Pixies band continues celebrating the 20th anniversary of Last Splash—the album with “Cannonball” on it. ticketmaster.com. Farmers Market brought to you by Down to Earth. McGolrick Park • Russell Street and Nassau Avenue, Brooklyn. http://downtoearthmarkets.com 11 am–4 pm. “Too Art For TV 7”fine art exhibition of 20 artists in the animation industry. : Bunnycutlet Gallery • 158 Roebling St. near Fillmore Place • (917) 584–7420 • email@example.com http://www.bunnycutlet.com Wednesdays, Thursdays – Sundays, 2–8 pm until Thursday, Jan. 2 free.