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Friday, Aug. 22

9:30 am: Bird watching. Park at the foot of Main Street in DUMBO. Free. For info visit www.brooklynbridgepark.org.

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

8 pm: Family movie, “Asai: The Rain Warriors.” Fulton Park (corner of Utica Avenue and Fulton Street in Bed-Stuy). Free. Call (718) 230-0492 for info.

Saturday, Aug. 23

11 am: Golf clinic. Von King Park (park is at Greene, Marcy, Lafayette and Tompkins avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant.) Free. Pre-register at clinics@finerlifegolf.org. Call (917) 250-0184 for info.

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

Sunday, Aug. 24

1 pm: Nature themed crafts. Fort Greene Park Visitors Center (enter park at Myrtle Avenue, or DeKalb Avenue at Washington Park). Free. Call (718) 722-3218 for info.

1 pm: Family picnic. Face painting, picnic games, food and drink, juggling and prizes. Prospect Park Picnic House (enter park at Prospect Park West and Fifth Street). Free. For info, visit www.tuckaberry.com.

3 pm-9 pm: Treats and boogie music at The Yard (388 Carroll St,, between Bond and Nevins in Gowanus). Free. Visit www.theyard.ws for info.

Monday, Aug. 25

10:30 am: End of summer reading party. Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Branch (in Grand Army Plaza at Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway). Free. Call (718) 230-2100 for info.

Tuesday, Aug. 26

7 pm: Family day with games, rides, prizes and more. McKinley Park (Fort Hamilton Parkway at 75th Street in Dyker Heights). Free. Call (718) 236-7547 for info.

Thursday, Aug. 28

Noon-6 pm: Free rides on the Prospect Park Carousel. (enter park at Flatbush Avenue just north of Empire Boulevard). Call (718) 8999 for info.

7:30 pm: Ezra Jack Keats bedtime stories. Brooklyn Public Library’s Central branch (in Grand Army Plaza at Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway). Free. Call (718) 230-2100 for info.

Friday, Aug. 29

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

8 pm: Kid film. “The Wiz.” Fulton Park (corner of Utica Avenue and Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant). Free. Call (718) 230-0492 for info.

Saturday, Aug. 30

11 am: Golf clinic. See Saturday, Aug. 23.

Sunday, Aug. 31

3 pm-9 pm: Treats and boogie music. See Sunday, Aug. 24.

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