All events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free.
Tuesday, Oct. 10: The Brooklyn College Film Department Is Hosting a Screening Series every Tuesday. Fathima Nizaruddin, “Nuclear Hallucinations” (2016), 12:30-2 pm. There will be Q&A discussions directly following each film. West End Building Room 214.
Ballroom Dance Society Club Meetings, 12:15- 2:15 pm, 240 West Quad.
Game Afternoon, 12:30-2 pm, Penthouse ZodiacRoom, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship.
Breast Cancer Forum, 6-10 pm, Alumni Lounge, Alpha Sigma Zeta Sorority Inc.
Anime Manga General Meeting, 12:30-2 pm, TV Room, (basement), about the on goings of the industry, as well as whatever peaks the club’s interest.
Sigma Lambda Beta Informational, 6:15-7:15 pm, for gentlemen interested to join in the State Lounge.
SOFEDUP (Student Organization For Every Disability United For Progress) General Club Meeting, 12:15-2 pm, 137 Roosevelt Hall.
Chinese Christian Fellowship Meeting, 12:30-2 pm, Club Room.
Chinese Christian Club Bible Study Session, 12:15 pm, Newman Catholic Center, 2401 Glenwood Road.
Come Out and Celebrate, 12:15-3:30 pm, Gold Room (6th floor), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Alliance.
Flu Shots: Councilman Alan Maisel, in conjunction with Brookdale Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital, is offering flu shots. Must be over 18 years of age. By appointment only. District Office, 2424 Ralph Ave, (718) 241–9330, Tuesday, 10 am to 1 pm, Monday, Oct. 30, 10 am to 1 pm.
Objectify, An art talk about the “Objectify” exhibit of objects that move between painting and sculpture.
Trestle Gallery, 7 pm. 850 Third Ave., Suite 411, at 30th Street.
Honk NYC Festival Kick-off Party, 8 pm. The five-day street band festival kicks off with performances from the Nevermind Orchestra, New Creations Brass Band, and the L Train Brass Band. City Reliquary, 370 Metropolitan Ave. between Havemeyer Street and Marcy Avenue.
Several Days: Brooklyn Photographs, till October 29, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-6 pm, Sun, 12-6 pm, Closed Mondays.
It’s an exhibition of seventy-five images from the Sixties through the present day, by eleven artists and documentarians who have captured Brooklyn’s history and its makeover. The contributors include Max Kozloff (the former editor of Artforum magazine), who spent twenty years photographing the West Indian Carnival; Russell Frederick, who has tracked the gentrification of Bed-Stuy; Meryl Meisler, whose work has focused on her students at I.S.291 in Bushwick; and George Malave, who spent time with kids on Varet Street in the late Sixties. All told, the photographs offer a succinct snapshot of an enormous, diverse, and ever-changing city.
Gallery at BRIC House, 647 Fulton Street, (Enter on Rockwell Place).