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Saturday, June 2

10 am–4 pm: Spring carnival with rides, games, entertainment and an activity table. PS 154 (1625 11th Ave., between Windsor Place and Sherman Street in Windsor Terrace), free.

10:45 am–4 pm: Zoo-themed puppet show. Prospect Park’s Zoo (450 Flatbush Ave., at Empire Boulevard), free. Call (718) 399-7339.

11 am–noon: Petting zoo. Brooklyn Children’s Museum (145 Brooklyn Ave., at St Marks Avenue in Crown Heights), free. Kids can also make frog puppets. Call (718) 735-4400.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. “The Jungle Book” at Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at fourth Street in Park Slope), $7 children, $8 adults. Call (718) 965-3391 for reservations.

1–4 pm: History on display. Lefferts Historic Homestead (enter at Flatbush Avenue and Empire Boulevard), free. Make ice cream in the 19th-century style. For information, go to

6:30 pm: Learn to draw. Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Pkwy., at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights), free. Pick up tickets at the visitor’s center at 5:30 pm. For information, go to

Sunday, June 3

10:45 am–4 pm: Zoo puppet show. See Saturday, June 2

11 am: Musical brunch with Mr. Richard. Willy Bee’s Family Lounge (302 Metropolitan Ave., between Roebling Street and Driggs Avenue in Williamsburg), $12 per family or $5 per person. Call (718) 599-3499.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “The Jungle Book.” See Saturday, June 2.

1 pm and 4 pm: Circus show. Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge (foot of Conover Street, below Reed Street, in Red Hook), adults, $15; kids, $8. Call (877) 238-5596 or visit for info.

Thursday, June 7

1–4 pm: Art show and workshops. Rotunda Gallery (33 Clinton St., at Cadman Plaza West in Brooklyn Heights), free. Call (718) 875-4047 for info.

Noon–4 pm: Family activities. Brooklyn Historical Society (128 Pierrepont St., at Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights), free. Call 718-222-4111 ext. 222

Friday, June 8

6:30 pm: Storytime for kids ages 4–10. Barnes & Noble (267 Seventh Ave., at Fifth Street in Park Slope), free. Call (718) 832-9066 for info.

Saturday, June 9

11 am: Improv for kids. Gallery Players (199 14th St., between Fourth and Fifth avenues in Park Slope), kids, $8; parents free. Call (718) 595-0547 for info.

11 am: Magic show. Uncle Rock, a children’s musician, performs at Mamalu (232 N. 12th St.. between Driggs and Union avenues in Williamsburg), $10. Call (718) 486-6312 or visit for info.

Noon and 1:30 pm: Gallery talk. Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Pkwy at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights), adults, $8; kids and seniors, $4. Call (718) 638-5000 for info.

1 pm and 3 pm: Kids film festival. Brooklyn Children’s Museum (145 Brooklyn Ave., at St Marks Avenue in Crown Heights). Call (718) 735-4400 for ticket info.

1–6 pm: Multi-cultural festival with reggae artist Khari Kill. Youth Resource Center (in Prospect Park Parade Ground near the corner of Caton and Coney Island Avenues), free. Call (718) 854-4901 for infor.

7:30 pm: Dance performance. Dancewave (BAM Attic Theater, 30 Lafayette Ave., between Ashland Place and St Felix Street), adults, $22; kids, $12. Call (718) 522-4696 for info.

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