BP Weekender: Six things to do in Brooklyn Sept. 22-24

pierogies on plate at DeKalb
Enjoy delicious food and craft beer at Oktoberfest at DeKalb Market on Sept. 23!
Photo courtesy of DeKalb Market Hall

 Friday, Sept. 22

Halloween Harvest at Luna ParkIt’s the first day of fall, and the first day of Halloween Harvest at Luna Park! Head to Coney Island for fall-themed activities including pumpkin decorating, balloon twisting, face painting, tractor racing and trick-or-treating of course. After having a go on the games, pick up some fall-flavored food. 

12-10 p.m. Free with Luna Park wristband purchase. Luna Park, 1000 Surf Ave. between West 10th and West 12th streets in Coney Island. 

Saturday, Sept. 23

Oktoberfest at DeKalb MarketCelebrate Bavarian food and culture at Oktoberfest with DeKalb Market Hall and Sixpoint Brewery! Enjoy authentic food and craft beer, plus live German music, crafts for the kiddos, and games provided by Sixpoint for the adults. 

Free to attend. 12 p.m.-10 p.m. DeKalb Market Hall at City Point Mall, 445 Albee Square between Willoughby and Fulton streets in Downtown Brooklyn. 

Freedom to Dream Festival: It’s a time for family fun! The Mural Justice Project is hosting Freedom to Dream Day, a street festival celebrating arts, culture and creative freedom. Come out for a day of interactive art stations, bouncy castles, obstacle courses, live performances and food. All proceeds will support the non-profits work to bring equity, arts and creative expression to New York City schools.

$10. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. P.S. 295 at 330 18 St. between 6th and 7th avenues in Park Slope. 

One Bite Pizza Festival: Join Dave Portnoy, founder of Barstool Sports, at the first One Bite Pizza Festival, featuring over 35 of NYC’s most beloved pizzarias. Enjoy some delicious slices, musical performances and Dave’s debut of his “One Bite Live” standup show.

$219+. 12:30 p.m-6 p.m. Maimonides Park, 1904 Surf Ave. West 16th Street and the MCU parking lot in Coney Island.

Sunday, Sept. 24

“Waves of Wonder”Emit Theatre and bkONE productions have joined forces for a new show, “Waves of Wonder: A Play About Water and Our World.” This interactive play will take children on a wild adventure to help save their town’s waterfront from harmful development all while meeting some mythical creatures along the way.

Donations encouraged. Pre-show craft at 1 p.m., show begins at 1:30 p.m. Tom Kane Theatre at Industry City, 51 35th St. between 2nd and 3rd avenues in Sunset Park.

Jazz in the GardenStop by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s backyard space for an evening of jazz music with Willie Martinez and his Latin Jazz Collective! Martinez is known for blending Afro-Caribbean rhythms with the harmonic vocabulary and improvisational spirit of jazz.

Free, registration encouraged. Seating is first-come, first-served. The Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden at the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights.