No Thursday and maybe Friday posting due to the storm. The forecast is snow followed by boys in sleds.
Friday, Feb. 10: Teen Night, 5 pm to 7:30 pm. Planned by teens for teens, this free evening at the Museum is filled with art, friends, food, and fun. At Teen Nights, we highlight a special exhibition or collection and feature related live music, dance performances, art-making, workshops, and refreshments. Brooklyn Museum, 00 Eastern Pkwy. at Washington Avenue http://www.brooklynmuseum.org
Brooklyn Navy Yard — Inside Industry Tours”, 9:30 am, $20. Tour some of the 330 businesses in the thriving industrial park. With visits to woodworking shops, spacesuit makers, and the new technology center. Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92, 63 Flushing Ave at Carlton Avenue. http://www.bldg92.org.
Lunar New Year Celebration, 6:30 pm. Chinese Theatre Works celebrates the Year of the Rooster with a puppet show, a traditional Chinese fashion show and three performances from the Dyker Singers. Conducted in both English and Mandarin Chinese. Sponsored by Apple Bank.
Dyker Public Library | 8202 13th Ave. between 82nd and 83rd Streets. 3 pm.Celebrate “Jewish Earth Day,” with spiritual readings and a meal of the famed Seven Species of grains, fruits and vegetables indigenous to the Land of Israel. Congregation Beth Jacob Ohev Sholom | 284 Rodney St. at S. Ninth Street, Free with RSVP. http://www.congbjos.org
Ella! 7 pm, $40. Vocalist Thana AlexaIt and the Israeli 12th Night Jazz Quartet celebrate the music of Ella Fitzgerald at this cabaret show inside the Kingsborough Lighthouse.
On Stage at Kingsborough | 2001 Oriental Blvd. at Oxford Street.
Healing & Self-Preservation as Resistance, 7-9 pm. A film, video, and performance by Present Futures. Part of “The Altar: Rituals of Healing in the African Diaspora,” a month-long event series exploring healing, restoration, and realignment in the African Diasporic community.
Pratt Institute’s Film/Video Center, 550 Myrtle Ave at Emerson Place. http://www.pratt.edu
The Composer as Confessor, 7:30–9:30 pm, $20. A discussion on how composers look back into their lives through their work. Featuring pieces by Franz Schubert and Bedich Smetana.
The Paper Dance, 8 pm, $20. A new work of dance, theater, and film that follows a young woman as she evolves towards self-actualization. Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave. at Third Avenue. http://www.roulette.org.
Hair, Fridays and Saturdays, 8 pm, Sundays, 2 pm from Friday, Feb. 10 to Sunday, Feb. 19
$25. The Heights Players present the rocking musical about hippies in the shadow of the Vietnam War. Heights Players | 26 Willow Pl. between Joralemon and State Streets. http://www.heightsplayers.org/, BAX Upstart Festival, 8 pm, Saturday, Feb. 11, 8 pm, $16.
The Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX) hosts a festival of New York City’s freshest talent with intriguing works of dance, theatre, performances pieces, and more.
Science Discovery workshop, 1 pm to 2:30 pm.
Engage in fun science experiments and games to learn about the wonders of nature. Experiments will be enjoyable for all ages and all equipment will be provided.
Salt Marsh Nature Center | 3302 Avenue U.
Fastelavn, 2 pm to 6 pm. Come celebrate Danish Mardi Gras – decorate spring branches, dress in costume, hit the barrel, eat cream buns and listen to music provided by Ellen Lindstrom.
Danish Athletic Club | 741-65th St.
$38 (free for children under 12) cash bar
Key to the City -A Family Resource Day, 9 am-1 pm.
The New York Immigration Coalition offers a free immigration clinic, with resources for healthcare, education, finances, and other services. JHS 162, 1390 Willoughby Ave. at St. Nicholas Avenue.
Citizenship Prep & U.S. Civics, Saturdays, 10:30 am-1:30 pm and 1:30-4:30 pm until Saturday, March 18. US civics for immigrants planning to apply for US citizenship. Students develop their English speaking skills as well as their knowledge of US history and government. Prospect Park YMCA | 357 Ninth St. between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.