BP Weekender: Six things to do in Brooklyn May 6-8

Mothers can drop their kids off at Camp for a couple hours on the eve of their special holiday.

Friday, May 6

New Voices Festival Confessions II: The Brooklyn Art Song Society’s series presents seven ballad where vocalists channeled their innermost feelings, showcasing the power of music in expressing emotions. 

Free with RSVP. 7:30 pm. Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch, 10 Grand Army Plaza near Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights. 

Saturday, May 7

Turandot: Check out a screening of the Met’s performance of Turandot which stars two vocalists to play the title role of the princess.

$34. Noon. BAM Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Ave. between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street in Fort Greene.

Kings Theatre Historic Tours: Learn about the history and the architecture of Kings Theatre through a guided tour of its speakeasy, lobby and some rooms you didn’t know were there. 

$20. 1 pm. Kings Theatre Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Ave. between Tilden Avenue and Beverley Road in Flatbush. 

Spring Fest: Spend the day outdoors to mark the opening of spring with food, drinks, music and dancing!

$44. Noon-10 pm. The Lefrak Center at Lakeside, 171 East Drive in Prospect Park. 

Mother’s Day drop off: There’s no better way to spend Mother’s Day without those who made you a mother. Drop your pint-sized tots at Camp for the eve of your special holiday, where they can spend three hours having fun and you can get some relaxation.

$60. Children 3+ only and must be potty-trained. City Point, 1 Dekalb Ave. between Albee Square W. and Fleet Street in Downtown Brooklyn. 

Sunday, May 8

Contemporary Mexican City food pop-up: Try out some authentic recipes from Mexico City restaurant Don Vergas Mariscos at this one-day brunch pop-up in North Brooklyn.

$85. 11 am-3 pm. Aldama, 91 S. Sixth St., between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg.