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Daylight Savings Time, Chocolate Wine & Whiskey Fest, Stories of Sickness & Health BK, Making the Cut at Transmitter, Medea ending at BAM, Transit Museum, Prospect Park Zoo, History

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* March 6, 2020 / Brooklyn Neighborhoods NYC / Brooklyn Things To Do NYC / Brooklyn Blvd NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the high 40's on Friday & Saturday, rising to nearly 60 on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the mid 30's on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 40's on Sunday. Rain is in the forecast for Friday, likely between 10 am - 9 pm, but the total rainfall will only be about a quarter inch. It will be cloudy on Saturday only. Winds will be 10 - 15 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the mid 60's % dropping to the mid 30% range on Saturday and Sunday. Click for Brooklyn Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right was taken at the Brooklyn Expo Center in the Greenpoint neighborhood in December. This weekend there's a chocolate wine & whiskey event - see details below.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the many events or attractions in Brooklyn - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Medea ending at BAM & History

* The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

* The Brooklyn Historical Society at 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights has several exhibits that run through May. The most topical is Taking Care of Brooklyn: Stories of Sickness & Health, which is a history of disease and public health in Brooklyn [ends June 6, 2022]. A Queer Look at Brooklyn runs through May 31, 2020 and celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots last year. And the third is An Opening: A Sound and Art Installation by Kameelah Janan Rasheed- which is a sound / art installation capturing some of the oral history of Muslims in Brooklyn [history / www.brooklynhistory.org / Tel - 718.222.4111 / hours Wed - Sun 12 noon - 6 pm & closed major holidays].

 

Saturday - Chocolate Wine & Whiskey Fest, Making the Cut, Transit Museum

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* The photo at right was taken in Greenpoint which has evolved from a quiet neighborhood to become an interesting hipster shopping destination.

* The Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble Street at Franklin Street in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting the Chocolate Wine & Whiskey Festival from 12 noon - 8.30 pm [food / $35 & $50 / www.brooklynexpocenter.com

* There's an art exhibit entitled Making the Cut at Transmitter at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, Suite 2A in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gallery is open Saturday & Sunday from 1 - 6 pm or by appointment [free / www.transmitter.nyc] and the exhibit runs through March 22nd.

* The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city [Admission $10 / $5 / history / www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600 / Hours Tues - Fri 10 am - 4 pm / Sat & Sun 11 am - 5 pm & Monday closed].

 

Sunday - Spring Forward into Daylight Savings Time, NY Transit Museum Operator Training, Prospect Park Zoo & Medea ends at BAM

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* This photo was taken at McCarren Park in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn a few months back.

* On Sunday we get to spring forward at 2 am [move your clock to 3 am] when Daylight Savings Time begins.

* The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

* The Brooklyn / Prospect Park Zoo which is located at 450 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Park is open between 10 am - 4.30 pm. Tickets $10 / $7 & kids 2 and under free / www.prospectparkzoo.com / Tel - 718.399.7339.

* The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city [Admission $10 / $5 / history / www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600 / Hours Tues - Fri 10 am - 4 pm / Sat & Sun 11 am - 5 pm & Monday closed].

* The Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn will open a new exhibit entitled Studio 54: Night Magic on March 13th. The exhibit which is described as follows, will run through July 5, 2020.

" ... [the exhibit] evokes the excitement of the historic nightclub through extensive photography, fashion, drawings, film, and never-before-exhibited costume illustrations and party invitations ..."

The Brooklyn Museum is open Wed - Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm. Admission $35 / $16 / $10 - www.brooklynmuseum.org.

 

Week Beginning 3.9.20 - Studio 54 & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Transition Period

* The Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn will open a new exhibit entitled Studio 54: Night Magic on March 13th. The exhibit which is described as follows, will run through July 5, 2020.

" ... [the exhibit] evokes the excitement of the historic nightclub through extensive photography, fashion, drawings, film, and never-before-exhibited costume illustrations and party invitations ..."

The Brooklyn Museum is open Wed - Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm. Admission $35 / $16 / $10 - www.brooklynmuseum.org.

* The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Began Sunday March 1st, but the government is giving businesses and consumers through the end of March to make the change before they begin enforcing it. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

 

* March 2020 - Click here for Brooklyn Holiday Markets, Brooklyn Holiday Events / Brooklyn Holiday Things To Do NYC, Brooklyn farmers markets and Brooklyn street fairs & festivals.

MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have been updated.

The Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble Street at Franklin Street in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting the opening day of NYC Beer Week 6.30 - 9.30 pm. Tickets are $20 for designated drivers & $75 for late bird group of four & $115 VIP - www.brooklynexpocenter.com


Things To Do This Weekend Brooklyn

ReFashion Show Ends Tonite, Making the Cut at Transmitter, BAM Performs Medea, Transit Museum, Prospect Park Zoo, History & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nycFebruary 28, 2020 / Brooklyn Neighborhoods NYC / Brooklyn Things To Do NYC / Brooklyn Blvd NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will hover around 40 throughout the weekend. The temperature lows will be in the high 20's on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 30's on Sunday. No Precipitation is in the forecast this weekend. It will be cloudy on Saturday and a sunny Sunday. Winds will be 10 - 15 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the high 30% range all weekend. Click for Brooklyn Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right was taken fairly late at night in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn on a rainy night. I find it to have the feel on an Impressionistic painting.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the many events or attractions in Brooklyn - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - ReFashion Show Ends Tonite, BAM Medea & History

The second annual ReFashion Week began in Brooklyn last weekend and ends tonight. There's a ReFashion Show from 6 - 9 pm at 132 Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn. Cut & paste this link to see events running throughout the coming week - https://www.refashionnyc.org/events-1

The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

The Brooklyn Historical Society at 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights - www.brooklynhistory.org / Tel - 718.222.4111.

 

Saturday - ReFashion Week, Making the Cut, Transit Museum, Medea at BAM

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nycThe photo at right was taken at the Brooklyn Winery in Greenpoint fairly late on a weekday night. Greenpoint is in the sweet spot of still having a neighborhood community feel, along with the amenities that come with gentrification, but before the ugly, greedy side sets in.

There's an art exhibit entitled Making the Cut at Transmitter at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, Suite 2A in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gallery is open Saturday & Sunday from 1 - 6 pm or by appointment [free / www.transmitter.nyc] and the exhibit runs through March 22nd.

The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city. Admission $10 / $5 - www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600.

 

Sunday - ReFashion Week, NY Transit Museum Operator Training, Prospect Park Zoo & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nycThis photo was taken of a pool store turned bar in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn. It's called Union Pool.

FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

In February on Saturdays & Sundays between 10 am - 4 pm the Brooklyn / Prospect Park Zoo which is located at 450 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Park is celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Rat by showcasing one of the smallest rats around. Tickets $10 / $7 & kids 2 and under free / www.prospectparkzoo.com / Tel - 718.399.7339.

The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city. Admission $10 / $5 - www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600.

* There's a Brooklyn Concert at the Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn from 2 - 3.30 pm. It's free with admission $16 / $10 - www.brooklynmuseum.org.

 

Week Beginning 3.2.20 - Plastic Grocery Bag Ban

FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

 

March 2020 - Click here for Brooklyn Holiday Markets, Brooklyn Holiday Events / Brooklyn Holiday Things To Do NYC, Brooklyn farmers markets and Brooklyn street fairs & festivals.

MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have NOT been updated.

* The Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble Street at Franklin Street in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting the opening day of NYC Beer Week 6.30 - 9.30 pm. Tickets are $20 for designated drivers & $75 for late bird group of four & $115 VIP - www.brooklynexpocenter.com


Things To Do This Weekend Brooklyn

ReFashion Week Begins in Brooklyn, NYC Beer Week Opening, Bayridge Winter Fest, Making the Cut at Transmitter, Bk Museum Concert, BAM Performs Medea, Transit Museum, Prospect Park Zoo, History

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* February 21, 2020 / Brooklyn Neighborhoods NYC / Brooklyn Things To Do NYC / Brooklyn Blvd NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the mid 30's Friday, rising to the mid 40's Saturday and rising to the low 50's on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the high 20's on Friday, rising to the low 30's for Saturday & Sunday. No Rain or Snow is in the forecast this weekend. It will be a sunny weekend. Winds will be 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the mid 30% on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 40% on Sunday. Click for Brooklyn Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right was taken fairly late at night at TheLotRadio.com in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn earlier this month. The Lot Radio webcasts live from this site ... a lot ... in front of a church and serves coffee and a few other things out of a trailer throughout the year.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the many events or attractions in Brooklyn - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - BAM Medea & History

* The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

* The Brooklyn Historical Society at 128 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights - www.brooklynhistory.org / Tel - 718.222.4111.

 

Saturday - 8th Annual Bayridge Winter Fest, NYC Beer Week Opening, ReFashion Week, Making the Cut, Transit Museum, Medea at BAM

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* The photo at right was taken at a holiday market event at the Brooklyn Expo Center in December. The Brooklyn Expo Center is hosting the opening of NYC Beer Week tonight - see details below.

* The second annual ReFashion Week begins in Brooklyn running from 2 - 5 pm at the Brooklyn Army Terminal Annex at 80 58th Street in Brooklyn. There's some food & drink [alcohol you must pay for], live entertainment, installation art, you can drop off clothing, and there will be workshops on sustainable clothing and a pop up market. Tickets are $15 - $20.

* The Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble Street at Franklin Street in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting the opening day of NYC Beer Week 6.30 - 9.30 pm. Tickets are $20 for designated drivers & $75 for late bird group of four & $115 VIP - www.brooklynexpocenter.com

* The 8th Annual Winter Festival is being celebrated along 3rd Avenue between Bayridge Avenue [about 69th Street] & 89th Streets in Bayridge. The event runs from 10 am - 6 pm in a number of stores along 3rd Avenue and includes live musical and dance performances, arts, crafts all organized by the Bay Ridge Arts & Cultural Alliance and the Third Avenue Merchants Assn.

* There's an art exhibit entitled Making the Cut at Transmitter at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, Suite 2A in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gallery is open Saturday & Sunday from 1 - 6 pm or by appointment [free / www.transmitter.nyc] and the exhibit runs through March 22nd.

* The Brooklyn Academy of Music / BAM at 30 Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn is hosting performances of Medea which is an adaptation of Euripides play by Simon Stone. The play will be performed weekdays and weekends through March 8th, skipping some Mondays and Sundays [like 1/26]. Generally the play begins at 7.30 pm, but there are a few matinees. Tickets range from $35 - $165 at www.bam.org.

* The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city. Admission $10 / $5 - www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600.

 

Sunday - Brooklyn Museum Concert, ReFashion Week, NY Transit Museum Operator Training, Prospect Park Zoo

brooklyn things to do brooklyn events brooklyn nyc* This photo was taken of a cleared lot in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn earlier this month. Numerous high rises have been erected in what was once a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood.

* In February on Saturdays & Sundays between 10 am - 4 pm the Brooklyn / Prospect Park Zoo which is located at 450 Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Park is celebrating the Chinese New Year of the Rat by showcasing one of the smallest rats around. Tickets $10 / $7 & kids 2 and under free / www.prospectparkzoo.com / Tel - 718.399.7339.

* The second annual ReFashion Week began in Brooklyn. Cut & paste this link to see events running throughout the coming week - https://www.refashionnyc.org/events-1

* The New York Transit Museum at 99 Schermerhorn Street at Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn is hosting a NY Transit Museum Train Operators Workshop for kids 7+ in two one hour sessions beginning at 11.30 pm and 3.30 pm [weekly event] on both Saturday & Sunday. The training is done on a software / gaming platform so it's pretty realistic. There are a couple of other regular programs available to visitors including one about the MTA history, another about the museum highlights and a third about building a city. Admission $10 / $5 - www.nytransitmuseum.org / Tel - 718.694.1600.

* There's a Brooklyn Concert at the Brooklyn Museum at 200 Eastern Parkway in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn from 2 - 3.30 pm. It's free with admission $16 / $10 - www.brooklynmuseum.org.

 

Week Beginning 2.24.20 - ReFashion Week, Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins March 1st

* The second annual ReFashion Week began in Brooklyn. Cut & paste this link to see events running throughout the coming week - https://www.refashionnyc.org/events-1

* FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

 

* February 2020 - Click here for Brooklyn Holiday Markets, Brooklyn Holiday Events / Brooklyn Holiday Things To Do NYC, Brooklyn farmers markets and Brooklyn street fairs & festivals.

MOSTLY DONE. ONLY ASTERISKED events have been updated.


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