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The new exhibit will amaze visitors as they journey through nine galleries breathtakingly eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and hundreds of species of ocean wildlife. As you explore the exhibit, the wondrous world deep below the ocean surface is revealed, whether it is in the Coral Reef Tunnel, The New York Bight or the dark and mysterious Hudson Canyon’s Edge with large sand tiger sharks, sandbar …
A weekly session where kids aged eight to 14 can learn hurdles, relay races, long jump, shot put, javelin throw, and more.
The best Spidey flick yet screens as part of the Sunset Park Kids’ Cinema Club. With craft activities after the film.
Help Alice find her way to the tea party, in this silly, interactive show for kids.
The touring circus act features a collection of international acts, including contortionists from Guinea, a high-wire act from Colombia, trampoline acrobats from Cuba, a Cossack horse act from Kazakhstan, and Fresh the Clownsss from the United States.
Indulge in a whole roasted hog, beer, cocktails, and music.
UrbanGlass opens its studio with demonstrations of glassblowing, flameworking, and neon tube bending.
Attend an open house to learn about earning a free Bard College associate in arts degree by attending classes at Brooklyn Public Library.
Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Joni Mitchell’s work, Both Sides Now.
With entertainment, a fashion show, and Chinese auction.
The gallery celebrates its 20th Anniversary with an exhibit of work from more than 80 alumni.
A black-tie gala to honor Dr. Sanford M. Lederman, featuring a special performance by The B-52s.
Michael Chinworth and Tara Elliott’s experimental piece explores relationships, language, and obsessive thinking.
An eclectic selection of weird, interesting, and fun films around the world. Different films screen each night.
The Local Roots farm-to-table crew celebrates eight years with cooking demonstrations, cake, and free shots.
Shakespeare’s tragedy about the assassination of Caesar gets a brutal, bloody staging from director Shana Cooper.
Nazmo Dance Collective combines movement and storytelling to address social issues through three fairy tales.
Nazmo Dance Collective presents three fairy tales.
A new take on the Ali Baba story from "The Thousand and One Nights."
The Park Slope Gallery Players present the beloved play about a group of Southern women in a small-town beauty parlor.
Tyler Fischer and Charlie Kasov host this neighborhood stand-up show.
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