week end events

All events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free. Many are bars so check if under age. Many are bars so check if under age.

Jerry Seinfeld Adds Four Shows. Tickets for the shows below are on sale now. March 16 • April 13 • May 18 • June 8

July 13 • July 27 • September 22 • October 25, ticketmaster.com

The Amazing Brooklyn Museum Scavenger Hunt, 12:30 pm, $39. A series of clues leads teams around the museum to perform mental challenges. Download the ScanQuest before the event. Brooklyn Museum http://www.brooklynmuseum.org

The Rub, 10 pm, $10 before midnight, $15 after. Dance music, affordable drinks, and real people. Get down with one of Brooklyn’s greatest hip-hop inspired dance parties.

Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue http://www.thebellhouseny.com

Eyes on the Prize 30th Anniversary, 11 am–6 pm, free with RSVP.

A day-long screening of the 1987 television series about the civil rights movement, followed by a discussion with activists, storytellers, and documentarians. Brooklyn Museum.

She’s on Point, 11 am to 3 pm. Join NYC Parks for a celebration of girls and women in sports. Sports demonstrations, and clinics for girls and women to participate in. All ages welcome. Sunset Park Recreation Center, 43rd St. and Seventh Avenue.

Natural Fiber Workshop, 1 pm to 2:30 pm. Learn how to extract fiber and dyes from natural plants and try your hand at tying and weaving techniques using cordage made from plant fiber. Registration is required to participate in this program. To register, please visit our Urban Park Rangers’ program registration page. Fort Greene Park Visitor Center, enter park at Myrtle Avenue and Washington Park, http://nycgoparks.org 

From Personal to Planetary Initiation, 6-9 pm, $60. Bestselling author Daniel Pinchbeck’s latest novel, “How Soon is Now,” looks at the ecological crisis as a rite of passage for humanity. Join him for a workshop on how to foster a new human society that realigns us with the Earth’s natural systems. Spoonbill & Sugartown, 99 Montrose Ave between Manhattan Avenue and Leonard Street.

Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio, 8 pm, $35. Legendary Hammond B3 player Lonnie Smith brings his soulful brand of jazz and funk to Long Island University. Kumble Theater at Long Island University, DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues.

Watershed, 10 pm, $10 ($5 in advance). A party for dance music audiophile with DJs Paul Feder and Miracles. Halyards Bar, 406 Third Ave. at Sixth Street.

 

Several Days Events: 

Out of this World Circus, starting at $15. Saturday and Sunday, 11 am, 3 pm, 7 pm and even more dates. Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus Space Fleet on a heroic quest of good versus evil that will let imaginations run wild with unexpected surprises and thrills at every turn at the Barclays Center.  Remainders, Saturdays and Sundays, 1-6 pm until Sunday, March 26. With meticulous drawings of mechanical objects and graphite drawings, artists Justin Amrhein and Colette Robbins scrutinize the distinction between fact and fiction and question the reality that we routinely navigate at the Transmitter Gallery, 1329 Willoughby Ave between Willoughby and Nicholas Avenues. Music in Motion, Saturday’s 4 pm till April 29. Bargemusic presents this gentle rocking series of family neighborhood concerts on the floating barge – the selections are chamber music, last only an hour and include a post-show question-and-answer session with the musicians. The program is announced at the performance. No reserved seating. Bargemusic, Fulton Ferry Landing – (Brooklyn Bridge). http://www. bargemusic.org. Teknopolis, $15 daytime, $25 evening, Saturday and Sunday 12 am and many more dates. A digital arts playground designed to inspire creativity, connect with the future, and imagine new possibilities through interaction with technology at BAM Fisher, 321 Ashland Pl. between Hansen Place and Lafayette Avenue. http://www.bam.org.

Just bead it: The best Mardi Gras events in Brooklyn

Just bead it: The best Mardi Gras events in Brooklyn

Lent it all hang out!

Sunday, Feb. 26: Concerts on the Slope, 3 pm, $20 suggested donation. Songs of love, loss, and light from the vocal, piano, and violin group at the St. John’s Episcopal Church, 139 St. John’s Pl. between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. http://www.saintjohnsbrooklyn.com

For more events see Several Days category above and the ongoing tab on the top of the page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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