BP Weekender: Six things to do in Brooklyn Sept. 16-18

Cancer Can’t Kill Love 10, an annual benefit concert for cancer research, will host its 10th and final show at BWAC this Saturday, Sept. 17.
Cancer Can’t Kill Love/T-Rex Photography

Friday, Sept. 16

In the Heights under the stars: Settle in for a night of fun and music as the New York City Parks Department screens the musical film “In the Heights” as part of their summer “Movies Under the Stars” program. Grab a blanket and some snacks and enjoy the end of summer!

Free. 7:30 p.m. McCarren Park at the corner of Driggs Avenue and Lorimer Street in Greenpoint.

Saturday, Sept. 17

Coastal cleanup: Join the Coastal Cleanup Volunteers for a morning clean-up of Brooklyn Bridge Park! You’ll survey the park and pick up some of hundreds of pounds of trash left behind in fields, on pathways, and on the banks of the East River.

Free. 8-10 a.m. at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1, Furman Street near Water Street and Old Fulton Street in DUMBO.

Cancer Can’t Kill Love: It’s the 10th and final year of Cancer Can’t Kill Love, an annual benefit concert raising money for cancer research. Enjoy a full day of live music, refreshments, raffle prizes, and more, all while raising funds for Memorial Sloan Kettering.

Free to attend, donations encouraged. 12-8 p.m. at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, 481 Van Brunt Street near Beard Street in Red Hook.

Bob Marley for Kids: The Rock & Roll Playhouse is proud to present the music of Bob Marley especially for children under 10. If they’re lucky they’ll even get to shoot the sheriff…but not the deputy.

$5. 1 p.m. at Industry City Courtyard 1/2 in Sunset Park.

Bagelfest: You heard right: it’s time for Bagelfest, the premier celebration of Brooklyn’s favorite doughy nosh and its special place in the culture of our city. Featuring bagels from the five boroughs’ top shops, samples from around the world, bagel art, and (of course) beer.

$49 general admission, free for kids under 12. 9:30 a.m. at City Point Mall, 445 Albee Square West in Downtown Brooklyn.

Sunday, Sept. 18

Remembering Tomasz Stańko: The late, great Polish trumpet player Tomasz Stańko would have been 80 years old this year. Join 14 of his loved ones and fellow musicians, including Ambrose Akinmusire, Jakob Bro, Dezron Douglas, and more, for a celebration of and tribute to Stańko.

Free to attend, RSVP in advance. 7 p.m. at Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave. between Atlantic Avenue and State Street in Downtown Brooklyn.