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.
Saturday, March 4: Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum free, 5-11 pm. The Museum celebrates Women’s History Month with a multiplicity of women and female-identified voices, stories, and experiences. Brooklyn Museum. Emeline Miche called the new goddess of Creole music at Brooklyn College, 8 pm, $35, less for students. Emeline Miche is a Red Cross Ambassador at the Whitehead Theatre. Dog & Cat Spay & Mobile Neuter Clinic, 7 am with the ASPCA at Petland Discounts, 1127 Liberty Ave between Lincoln and Sheridan Avenues. Commodore Barry Birthday Celebration, 11 am. A parade into the park to lay a wreath at the Memorial, with musical interludes, public officials, and presentations by high school essayists, N. Elliot Place at Flushing Avenue. Music in Motion, 4 pm. Bargemusic 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, Fulton Ferry Landing – (Brooklyn Bridge). 14 Artists Honoring Women’s History Month, Opening Reception, 5 pm. Fillmore Real Estate Bed-Stuy, 366 Lewis Ave. at Macon Street. Howard the Duck, 7:30 pm, $15. The We Hate Movies gang talk about one of the most bizarre adventure — and movie flops — ever made. Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue. The Kingsborough Art Museum (KAM) opening reception 12-4 pm, The State of New York Painting: Works of Intimate Scale by 26 Colorists, an exploration of color featuring works by a roster of renowned artists such as Alex Katz, Joan Snyder, Martin Puryear, Lois Dodd, Stanley Whitney, and Rackstraw Downes. view through April 5.
Sunday, March 5: First Sundays at the BBG, 10 am-2 pm, free with garden admission. A series of pop-up programs inspired by water, in honor of the opening of the Shelby White and Leon Levy Water Garden. Children have fun with arts and crafts, listening to a story and taking a nature walk. BBG, 1000 Washington Ave., at Eastern Parkway. Around Town at Brooklyn College is a free performance by The Orchestra Now works by Glinka, Messiaen, and Tchaikovsky, 3 pm, free, RSVP suggested. Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts.