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Saturday, Sept. 20

10 am: Brooklyn Children’s Museum reopens after one-year renovation with a full day of events. Call (718) 735-4400 or visit www.brooklynkids.org for the schedule and see page 8 for full story.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in Park Slope). $7 kids, $8 adults. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

1–3 pm: Nature crafts. Art-making with all-natural materials. Prospect Park Audubon Center (enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue). Free. Call (718) 287-3400 for info.

1–4 pm: Harvest Day. Churn butter, take part in potato sack races and spin flax into linen thread. Lefferts Historic House (enter Prospect Park on Flatbush Avenue just north of Empire Boulevard). Free. Visit www.prospectpark.org for info.

3 pm: Family street party. Adults, $10; kids, $5 (under-2 are free). Main Street (between Water and Plymouth streets in DUMBO).

4 pm: Explore history in comic books. Fort Green Park Visitors Center (enter park at Myrtle Avenue between Washington Park and North Portland Avenue in Fort Greene). Free. Call (718) 722-3218 for info.

Sunday, Sept. 21

10 am: Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See Saturday, Sept. 20.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” See Saturday, Sept. 20.

Monday, Sept. 22

10–11:15 am: Nature-themed music, storytelling and crafts for toddlers. Prospect Park Audubon Center (enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue). Free. Call (718) 287-3400 for info.

4 pm: “An American Tail,” part of the “Big Movies for Little Kids” series. Cobble Hill Movie Theater (265 Court St., at Butler Street in Cobble Hill). $6.50 per person; under-2 are free. Call (718) 596-4995 for info.

Friday, Sept. 26

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

Saturday, Sept. 27

11:30 am–6 pm: Family music and dance. Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 Fifth Ave., at Eighth Street in Park Slope). $12 adults, $8 kids per concert. $45 all day family pass. Call (718) 832-0018 for info.

Noon: Apple festival, music, barn dancing, and apple-based food treats. Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum (5816 Clarendon Rd., at 59th Street, in Flatbush). Free. Call (718) 629-5400 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” See Saturday, Sept. 20.

1 pm: Leaf printing arts and crafts for kids. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Avenue U at East 33rd Street in Marine Park). Free. Call 311 for info.

1 pm: Ragamuffin Parade. Costumed kids march along Third Avenue in Bay Ridge from 72nd to 92nd streets. Call (718) 833-4928 for info.

1–3 pm: Nature crafts. See Saturday, Sept. 20.

Sunday, Sept. 28

4 pm: Reading, “Lazy Little Loafers.” PowerHouse Arena (37 Main St., at Wa ter Street in DUMBO). Free. Call (718) 666-3049 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” See Saturday, Sept. 20.

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