Saturday, Sept. 23: The Rumblers Car Club – Coney Island Hot Rod Show 2017, 12-7 pm on West 12th st. between Surf Avenue and the Boardwalk.
Fab Five Fall Shows opening reception. The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, 1-6 pm, launches five new exhibits: “Material Matters: Innovations in Clay, Glass, Wood and Metal,” “Photography Pop-up,” “Interactive,” “Grand Installations,” and the annual “Really Affordable Art Show.” With music from Pete Mancini at 2 pm and the Staten Island Snugs at 3:30 pm. 499 Van Brunt St., near Reed Street.
Mister Dips Block Party, 12-5 pm. The Airstream burger joint celebrates its first anniversary with a party featuring stilt walkers, face-painting, music from the Hudson Horns, carnival games, and food specials. Vale Park, 111 N. 12th St. at Wythe Avenue.
Brooklyn Comes Alive, prices and times vary. Three north-Brooklyn venues will become shape-shifting artistic petri dishes during the annual improv-oriented rock/jazz/other festival.
Tonight We Dance: A Night of Jazz & Swing, 5-8 pm. Also an open dance, share stories and dancing all while listening to the music reminiscent of the Big Band Era. Come early for a swing dance lesson and stay for open dance. The swing dance lesson at 5 pm will be provided by The Harlem Swing Dance Society (THSDS). Live jazz with Harlem Renaissance Orchestra (HRO) will follow. They encourage you to dress up in your best swing outfits. Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park Accessible, Harlem, Manhattan.
Saturday and Sunday: Sex Expo, 11 am-6 pm, 18+. A no-holds-barred weekend of everything sex, intimacy, and relationships, with lectures, workshops, and an exhibition of “innovative sexual health and wellness brands.” Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble St. at Franklin Street. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required.
Tribeca TV Festival, $30, various times. Have the chance to hear from the creators and actors themselves, like Better Things’ Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. and Oprah Winfrey.
Brooklyn Comes Alive, various times and venues. Three north-Brooklyn venues will become shape-shifting artistic petri dishes during the annual improv-oriented rock/jazz/other festival. From noon to whenever.
The Last Laugh. A documentary about whether it is ever acceptable to joke about the Holocaust, 11:45 am, $16. Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Ave. between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street.
Breukelen Country Fair (for kids), 1-5 pm. extravaganza with games, crafts, pony rides, a puppet show, local food, music, and dancing. The Wyckoff House Museum, 5816 Clarendon Rd. at Ralph Avenue.
Sunday events will be add on Saturday.