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Featuring Unlocking the Truth, Black Girls Rock and Willie Mae Rock Camp. All ages enjoy a day of fun, music and dance. co-sponsored by Disney. 4 pm.
SummerStage presents a number of bands featuring kids and child-friendly bands from around New York City. 4–7 pm.
The Menu for Mars Supper Club will create a Mars-friendly kitchen to investigate the future of food on Mars, allowing visitors to cook using Mars-feasible ingredients. Dishes will be documented, sampled, evaluated, and vacuum-packed and sent to NASA to augment their preparations for colonizing Mars. 4 pm.
Celebrating Brooklyn’s diversity, "Words Sunday" brings writers from a variety of backgrounds—gay and straight, Black and White, native-born and immigrant to perform and recite their work. 4–6 pm.
Brooklyn’s own extreme dance league, BattleFest, gives a live performance with synthesizers, electronics, and beats. Followed by a screening of "Flex is Kings," a look inside the world of the Brooklyn street dancing known as ‘flexing.’ 6 pm.
In collaboration with the Colloquy Collective, JACK will present readings of five plays written in the early 20th century by Black playwrights on lynching, with professional actors. Each reading will be followed by a discussion. 7 pm.
Shore Park Conservancy’s "Sing for Hope Pianos" 2015 series presents singer-songwriter Tony Travis. 7 pm.
Sketch comedy troupe American Candy presents a full-length musical comedy about Rydell High becoming racially integrated. Ticket includes a pre-show open wine bar. 8 pm.
NESH: Mind, Body, Soul launches their yoga classes, open to participants of all levels. 7 am, 8:30 am, 10 am.
Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.
An exhibit of nine works on canvas by Tobin Eason, influenced by the dance and performing arts scene in New York City. 10 am–9 pm.
School is almost out but hardworking students can still reap the benefits of those A’s and B’s in class. 11 am–12 am.
The exhibition features a multimedia, site-specific installation created by Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh, continuing her exploration of iconic female characters, such as goddesses and female superheroes, and how they connect to contemporary feminist ideas and imagery. 11 am–6 pm.
In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.
Meryl Meisler’s "Purgatory & Paradise: SASSY ’70s Suburbia & The City juxtaposes" intimate images of home life on Long Island alongside NYC street and night life. 11 am–midnight.
An exhibition telling the stories of 20 of Green-Wood’s permanent residents who contributed to the war effort, featuring photographs, letters, swords, stereo views, and other historic objects. Noon–6 pm.
Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from! Noon–5 pm.
The exhibit will showcase photographs, letters, swords, stereo views, and other historic objects from Green-Wood’s collections from the cemetery’s Civil War residents. Noon–6 pm.
Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz presents her provocative documentary about being a biracial woman who grew up believing she was white. This screening and discussion of "Little White Lie" continues the annual “What Are You?” program series, which explores mixed heritage and identity. 6:30 pm.
The committee will discuss streets, subways, and other transportation issues. 7 pm.
Iranian comedian Mehran Khaghani hosts a weekly comedy show, with celebrity and comedian guests joining him on stage. 9 pm.