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.

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.



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