BP Weekender: Six things to do in Brooklyn Sept. 2-4

The new, reimagined Flatbush Central Caribbean Marketplace on the first floor of Caton Flats.

Friday, Sept. 2

Flatbush Central Caribbean Marketplace: As Carnival celebrations begin all over Brooklyn, the Flatbush Central Caribbean Marketplace hosts its annual weekend-long celebration with live music, food tastings, pop-up shops, community health screenings, and more.

Free. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Continues through Sept. 5 at the Flatbush Central Caribbean Marketplace, 2123 Caton Ave. between Flatbush Avenue and E. 21st Street in Flatbush.

Saturday, Sept. 3

Junior Carnival Parade: Families are invited to enjoy Carnival at this kid-friendly parade! Get dressed up, march in the parade, and enjoy live performances all afternoon.

$10. Parade assembles at Kingston Avenue and St. John’s Place in Crown Heights.

Flower shop pop-upDesign studio CRAFITS holds a flower shop pop-up at The Loft at Japan Village. Shop through a selection of fresh and dried flowers, plus products like candles and diffusers from design specialist Conodio. Conodio will also be offering a flower-arranging workshop during the pop-up.

Free. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sept. 3 and 4 at the Loft at Japan Village, 934 Third Ave. between 35th and 36th streets in Sunset Park

Party like it’s 1999: It’s Labor Day Weekend, and one last summer dance party is the perfect way to close out the season. Party like it’s 1999 with 90s and 2000s dance classics with DJ Steve Reynolds.

Free. 10 p.m. The Bell House, 149 Seventh St. between Second and Third avenues in Gowanus.

Rock and Roll Playhouse: Introduce your little ones to the music of Aretha Franklin in a concert designed for kids but enjoyable for all ages!

$6. 1 p.m. Courtyard ½ at Industry City, 274 36th St. between Second and Third avenues in Sunset Park

Sunday, Sept. 4

Pups and Prosecco: Find your inner zen with your four-legged friend in tow at this 45-minute “Doggy and Me” yoga class. All are welcome, with or without pups, but if you’re coming with your pooch, organizers advise that you come an hour before class so your pets can let out some of their built-up energy. Be prepared for lots of laughs from all the fun puppy energy and all the kisses you’ll get (at no additional cost).


$39. 8:30-9:15 a.m. Le Doggie Cool, 149 Wythe Ave. in Williamsburg.