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Friday, March 6 (See map view)

A collection of whimsical, visual tales of powerful female protagonists on earthly and otherworldly adventures from artists Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski and Sheena Rose. Noon–7 pm.

An exhibition of new paintings by Fred Valentine, including works of implied landscapes as well as paintings of overlapping geometric forms. 1–6 pm.

Duane Zaloudek debuts watercolor and gesso paintings and paper cowboy hats in his exhibit, "Nomad Songs." 1–6 pm.

Kids receive a free book when they sign up, on their birthday, and every third week if they checkout two books per week. 2 pm.

Tweens and teens enjoy books, Nintendo and Playstation videogames, and music, while participating in Reading is Fundamental. 3:30–5 pm.

Kids play games such as Connect 4, Uno, Clue, and Monopoly. 3:30–5 pm.

Exhibition of drawings by Howard Skrill, surveying existing monuments in New York City, and exploring the erasure of people and events from public consciousness. The opening will feature Mike Grillo, a participant in Revolutionary War Reenactments, reciting an essay by Skrill about the HMS Jersey and the battlefields of Brooklyn. 6 pm.

A four-course dinner plus live music from XNY. 7 pm.

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins puts a modern spin on the 1859 antebellum melodrama "The Octoroon." 7:30 pm.

An exploration into how the Vienna of 1923 stacks up to Brooklyn of 2015. 7:30 pm.

Piehole Theater Collective presents "Old Paper Houses," an original performance piece which, using poetry by Bernadette Mayer, follows a group of wavering idealists searching for meaning and purpose in all the wrong places. 7:30 pm.

By Brooklyn playwright Amy Evans, "The Champion" is inspired by the life of singer Nina Simone, and looks into the heart and mind of an artist known for her indictment of American racism as well as her art. 7:30 pm.

Zhang Huan directs Handel’s "Semele," blending the Greek myth with the contemporary true story of an ill-fated Chinese love triangle, set within the walls of an actual 450-year-old Ming Dynasty temple. 7:30 pm.

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins puts a modern spin on the 1859 antebellum melodrama "The Octoroon." 7:30 pm.

The Billie Holiday Theatre kicks off its two-year residency at the Brooklyn Music School Playhouse with this play about gentrification in New Orleans. 8 pm.

Theater 2020 present Gilbert & Sullivan’s "The Singapore Mikado," a musical set at a British holiday party in 1941 Singapore on the eve of a history-changing event. 8 pm.

Ever-changing local lineup and drink specials from 11 pm to close. 11:59 pm.

Weekly karaoke dance party hosted by the frenzied duo of Chris Goldteeth and Lord Easy. Midnight.

Saturday, March 7 (See map view)

Farm-fresh seasonal produce, meats, prepared foods, compost drop-off, and live performances. 8 am–4 pm.

A hundred vintage, antique, and other vendors, plus 25 vendors selling food. 10 am–6 pm.

The Museum of Science Fiction, the world’s first science fiction museum, will showcase the winners and runners-up of its Architectural Design Competition. 10 am–6 pm.

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the city’s longest running comic book sci-fi/fantasy convention where collectors and enthusiasts will find hundreds of vendor tables, top comics, celebrities, pro wrestlers, dealers, panel discussions, costume contests, and more. 10 am – 6 pm.

Golfers of all ages can learn about key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more! 10 am–6 pm.

A lawyer from South Brooklyn Legal Services will be present to give free legal advice on any tenant or landlord issue, sponsored by the Pratt Area Community Council. 10 am–1 pm.

New designers come in each weekend. 10 am–7 pm.

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