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Saturday, Aug. 9

11 am: Golf clinic. Von King Park (Greene, Marcy, Lafayette, Tompkins avenues in Fort Greene). Free. Call (917) 250-0184 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in Park Slope). $7. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

1 pm: Butterfly bonanza. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U at 33rd Street in Marine Park). Free. Call (718) 421-2021 for info.

1 pm: Art workshop. Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (80 Hanson Pl. at South Portland Avenue in Fort Greene). Adults, $4; kids under 12, free. Call (718) 230.0492 for info.

2 pm: Girls songalong. The Storefront (6921 Fourth Ave., between 69th and 70th streets in Bay Ridge). Free. Call (917) 548-2333 for info.

2 pm: Storytime. Brooklyn Botanic Garden (1000 Washington Ave., near Eastern Parkway) Free. Call (718) 623-7200 for info.

5:30 pm: Family disco party (complete with mirror ball!). The Moxie Spot (81 Atlantic Ave., at Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights). Free. Call (718) 923-9710 for info.

Sunday, Aug. 10

Noon: Storytelling, arts and crafts and other activities. Brooklyn Bears Community Garden (Pacific Street between Flatbush and Fourth avenues in Park Slope). Free. Call (718) 783-1685 for info.

1 pm: Discovery hike. Prospect Park (meet at Picnic House, just inside the park at Third Street and Prospect Park West). Free. Call (718) 965-8999 for info.

2 pm: Water plants. Brooklyn Botanic Garden (1000 Washington Ave., near Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights). Free. Call (718) 623-7200 for info.

3 pm: Treats and boggie music. The Yard (388 Carroll St., between Bond and Nevins in Gowanus). Free. Visit www.theyard.ws for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, Aug. 9.

Monday, Aug. 11

2:30 pm: Summer arts program. Pierrepont Playground (western end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

3:30 pm: Creative movement class. Pierrepont Playground (see above). Free.

Thursday, Aug. 14

11 am: Nature program. Fort Greene Park Visitors Center (top of the hill next to monument. Enter at Myrtle Avenue, or DeKalb Avenue at Washington Park). Free. Call (718) 722-3218 for info.

Noon: Free rides. Prospect Park Carousel (enter the park on Flatbush Avenue just north of Empire Boulevard in Crown Heights). Free. Call (718) 965-8999 for info.

Friday, Aug. 15

10 am-6 pm: Free admission. New York Aquarium (West Eighth Street at Surf Avenue in Coney Island). Call (718) 265-FISH for info.

8 pm: Kid Flix Film Fest presents “Chisholm ’72.” Fulton Park (corner of Utica Avenue and Fulton Street in Bed-Stuy). Free. Call (718) 230-0492 for info.

Saturday, Aug. 16

10 am-4 pm: Home-grown produce. Bowling Green Cottage (Prospect Park Parade Ground, at the corner of Caton and Coney Island avenues in Kensington). Free. Call (718) 854-4901 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, Aug. 9.

3 pm: Songs for kids about New York City. Lefferts Historic House (enter Prospect Park on Flatbush Avenue just north of Empire Boulevard). Free. Call (718) 789-2822 for info.

5:30 pm: Family disco party. See Saturday, Aug. 9.

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