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BP Weekender: Seven things to do in Brooklyn Nov. 26-28

Kick the holidays off right with a cookie decorating class at Shahadi's.
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Friday, Nov. 26

Cookie decorating class: It’s the most wonderful time of the year, indeed — and the sweetest! Join Sahadi’s at Industry City for an hour-long cookie decorating class that comes with a kid’s hot chocolate and a goodie bag. 11 am at Sahadi’s Industry City (Courtyard 3/4), 34 35th St. between First and Second avenues in Sunset Park. $20 to reserve a ticket.

Black Friday hike through Prospect Park: Take a trip with the Urban Park Rangers through Brooklyn’s backyard and check out all the park has to offer, from wildlife to lesser-known sweet spots in the urban greenspace oasis. 11 am at Parkside Avenue and Prospect Park Southwest in Windsor Terrace. (646) 398-1479. Free. 

Saturday, Nov. 27

Laugh ’till your sides hurt: Join comics Mike Bramante and Maximilian Spinelli as the host a hilarious lineups of comics for an interactive night jam-packed with all the humor you’ve been missing! 7:30 pm at The Tiny Cupboard, 10 Cooper St. between Bushwick Avenue and Broadway in Bushwick. www.thetinycupboard.com. $10 in advance, $20 at the door. 
 
Hilarious antics and fabulous music: Famed “Octogenarian lounge act” Kiki & Herb head to BAM for four-nights of fun that you’ll not want to miss! 7:30 pm at Harvey Theater at BAM Strong, 651 Fulton St in Fort Greene. (718) 636-4100, www.bam.org. $35. 

Sunday, Nov. 28

It’s a beloved holiday tradition! Join your fellow Brooklynites in Park Slope for the yearly lighting of the 32-foot menorah at Grand Army Plaza, which will include a kickoff concert on the 28th marking the first night of the holiday. 4 pm at Grand Army Plaza near Flatbush Avenue and Prospect Park West. Free.

All weekend long

Lightscape: Check out Lightscape at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a new exhibit celebrating the beauty of winter through light installations and dazzling displays after dark throughout the horticultural museum in Crown Heights. More than 18 works of art light will be on display, including the Winter Cathedral tunnel and an animated installation covering the Cherry Esplanade. Running Nov. 19 through Jan. 2022 at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 990 Washington Ave. near Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, $34 admission for adults. 

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