Friday and Saturday events and suggestion for Brooklyn College

The Library Cafe has bad sound proofing that everyone can hear every sound in the bathroom and students go a distance to use another one. There are many arguments in the computer area over the noise of others. Even the study room can hear the noise outside it. The solution is sound proofing but it looks like the college will not do that. They may not want to lose the postcard look so a solution is a glass wall between aisles.  Students have said they are writing the chancellor about it. All events are in Bklyn unless noted and most free.

Friday: King of the Hobos is a new American folk-rock musical examines hobo culture as well as the Depression-era hardships and social ideals which still resonate throughout our nation today, Fridays, 7 pm and 9 pm, Saturdays, 5 pm and 7 pm
till Nov. 21, $15, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 334 South Fifth St. between Keap and Rodney Streets, http://www.kingofthehobos.com.

Big Apple Circus for several days, various times between 11 am and 6:30 pm. Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts, Upper West Side, Manhattan
Fall Foilage Tree Walks in Central Park
http://www.centralparknyc.org/tree-guide/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=cpc_enews&utm_campaign=201510_insider#tree-walk-tab.

Friday and Saturday: The Afrofuturism Series, techno-culture, art and society through contemporary dance in a digital landscape, 8 pm, daily till Saturday, $25, Irondale Center, 85 S. Oxford, St. at Lafayette Avenue, http://www.irondale.org.

Saturday: Target First Saturday free at the Brooklyn Museum, features music from Ilusha Tsinadze’s Georgian band, a calligraphy workshop, shorts from the Brooklyn Film Festival, a reading by children’s author Selina Alko, 5 pm on 200 Eastern Pkwy at Washington Avenue, http://www.brooklynmuseum.org. Hip Hop Tribute to the Ancestors with a discussion of the history of jazz, soul, and hip-hop, presented through spoken word, dance, and art, 2 pm, Brooklyn Public Library, 496 Franklin Ave at Hancock Street, http://www.evhh,org. National Beard and Moustache Championships, 1 pm, $28, Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Ave. between Beverly Road and Tilden Avenue, http://www.nationalbeardchampionships.com/contact. How Machines Work — Zoo Break, Author David Macaulay presents his book about animals breaking out of the zoo with the help of levers, pulleys, screws, inclined planes, wedges and wheels, 2 pm, free, BookCourt, 163 Court St. between Pacific and Dean Streets, http://www.bookcourt.org.
Sparkles and Steps – A Kids Diwali Event, interactive Diwali story and dance, arts and crafts, 2–5 pm, $10, Indian clothing or party wear preferred at the Park Slope Armory, Eighth Avenue at 15th Street, http://www.ymcanyc.org/armory-sports-complex/armory-sports-home/facility/. Epiphany: The Cycle of Life is an ode to life filled with live music, audience go roaming through labyrinthine tunnels of video, light, and reflection to celebrate the ecstasies of existence, BAM Fisher, 321 Ashland Pl. between Hansen Place and Lafayette Avenue, http://www.bam.org/visit/buildings/bam-fisher. Tammy Scheffer Sextet, free, curated music, 9 pm, BAM Cafe, 30 Lafayette Ave. between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street, http://www.bam.org/programs/bamcafe-live.

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