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The National Theatre of Scotland presents "Let The Right One In," a bloody romance about the love affairs of the undead. 8 pm.
NESH: Mind, Body, Soul launches their yoga classes, open to participants of all levels. 7 am, 8:30 am, 10 am.
Artist Chie Nishio presents an exhibition of the Hasidic religious community through female point of view. 9 am–6 pm.
For residents who earn $53,000 per year or less with valid photo identification. Provided by members of the Accounting Society at LIU-Brooklyn who have been trained by the Internal Revenue Service. 10 am – 3 pm.
Children explore the differences between tropical and temperate plants in the Everett Children’s Garden, where they can pot a tropical plant to take home. They will also make bark rubbings, count tree rings and fill up a field notebook with interesting facts. 10 am–5 pm.
New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.
A new exhibition tracing the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad through the natural and built environments of New York State. 10 am–4 pm.
Presented by Lutheran Family Health Centers’ Services for Older Adults. 10–11 am and 3–4 pm.
Artist Traci Talasco transforms Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery into an interactive, domestic environment created entirely out of sandpaper 10 am–5 pm.
Listen to the wit, wisdom, and humor of traditional folk tales and learn how the turtle got its shell, and three more African fables woven into an interactive shadow puppet adventure of little Kjana and her animal friends. Presented by the Shadow Box Theatre. 10:30 am.
Brooklyn Museum’s exhibit "Killer Heels" explores fashion’s relationship the high-heeled shoe, from its history to place in popular imagination. 11 am–6 pm.
Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 11 am–8 pm.
A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.
The exhibition features a multimedia, site-specific installation created by Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh, continuing her exploration of iconic female characters, such as goddesses and female superheroes, and how they connect to contemporary feminist ideas and imagery. 11 am–6 pm.
A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.
A site-specific installation inspired by the Hindu goddess Kali. 11 am–6 pm.
Patrick Jacob’s "Come Closer to Me," inspired by Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass,” features sculpture, printmaking, and an installation. Jacobs uses space, scale, and perception of reality, while working across media. 11 am–6 pm.
Children explore a new style of art and discover the artistic process while developing artistic skills. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.
An exhibition featuring artists David Horvitz, Soda_Jerk, Joachim Koester, Elise Rasmussen, and Julia Weist, which explores legacies past, present, and future through a constellation of histories and imminent possibilities. Noon–6 pm.
Duane Zaloudek debuts watercolor and gesso paintings and paper cowboy hats in his exhibit, "Nomad Songs." 1–6 pm.
Presented by Lutheran Family Health Centers’ Services for Older Adults. 1:30–4 pm.
Artist Lena Lapschina presents a spatial installation of two light objects produced from sixteen standard fluorescent tubes. Illuminated against a stark background, two choices are clear with little in between but a limbo: “Yes” and “No.” 2–6 pm.
Dear Time Out New York Kids, I am writing to submit a class listing for Mandarin Chinese Language and Chinese Dance Classes being offered by Laurel Project. Please see below for a short description of the program. Full details are at www.laurelproject.com. Best, Stacey Shapiro ~ LAUREL PROJECT (Founded in 1997) is a Mandarin Chinese language and dance educational program, designed for American children to expand their cultural worldview and for Chinese-American children to connect with their heritage. Our mission is to inspire young children with a curiosity and enthusiasm to explore Chinese culture. At LAUREL PROJECT, we cultivate an engaging environment for learning using folk dance and modern movement, music, drawing, games, and storytelling. Dance classes incorporate the spoken language, and classroom lessons add reading and writing for comprehensive study activities in small groups. We believe that learning a new language opens up possibilities for cultural understanding and a new way to see the world. ~ BROOKLYN CLASSES Location: Park Slope Spoke The Hub 748 Union Street (near 6th Ave) Brooklyn, NY 11215 R train to Union St; 2, 3 train to Bergen St; Q train to 7th Ave Fridays through January: 3:45 - 4:45pm - Immersion Mandarin - Reading, Writing and Conversation - 7 – 11 years old 3:45 - 4:30pm - Chinese Language & Movement - 3 – 6 years old 4:45 - 5:45pm - Chinese Language & Folk Dance (Mongolian Chopstick Dance) - 7 – 10 years old ~ Contact Information: Director: Mei-Yin Ng Email: email@example.com Phone: 917-355-2083 3:45pm–5:45pm.
Duane Zaloudek debuts watercolor and gesso paintings and paper cowboy hats in his exhibit, "Nomad Songs." 6–9 pm.
Choreographer Moriah Evans explores, in an eight part installment, how people dance together, and build social relationships through choreographic pathways that are known and practiced in dancing. 8 pm.