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Saturday, Oct. 1 (See map view)

The doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. We are a multicultural church and our goal is to infuse God’s love into people and families through 11 am and 4 pm.

Every weekend will be abuzz with festive and seasonal activities including a petting Noon to 11 pm.

A two-day event with instructor-led arts and crafts activities, creative storytelling, canvas free-paint, face and finger painting, and a performance from metal band Unlocking the Truth on Oct. 1. Noon–4 pm.

Join our expert Museum Educators on a dramatic journey through the building of New York’s subway system, the evolution of the City’s surface transportation, and our priceless collection of vintage subway and elevated cars dating back to 1904. Noon and 3 pm.

Two-day programming with instructor-led arts & crafts activities, creative storytelling, canvas free-paint, face and finger painting, art-tech demonstrations by Microsoft and much more. Families will also enjoy live music performances curated by the critically-acclaimed Freedom Dance Party (featuring DJ Cosi and Herbert Holler) and Brooklyn’s youngest rock band, Unlocking the Truth. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Noon to 4 pm.

This version based on the Brothers Grimm fairytale is adapted into a gentler version and tells the story of two beloved children lost in the wood after a bird eats their breadcrumb trail, and their adventure with Rosina Sweet-tooth, a silly witch who wants to turn them into Gingerbread, only to end up as a cookie herself. Folk songs from Humperdinck’s opera accompany the production. Suitable for children 3 years and older. Reservations suggested. 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.

An exhibition of oil and pastels paintings by Peter Eagleton, an accomplished painter whose striking work features the working tugs, ships, lighters, yard oilers, and tankers that plied the waters of New York harbor. 1–5 pm.

Get to know Brooklyn Bridge Park and visit the giant aquarium filled with East River critters, the reading corner and so much more. Open hours 1 pm to 5 pm.

Kids dress up in costumes and march down Third Avenue. Registration starts at 11 am. 1 pm.

Inspired by Rube Goldberg devices, we’ll assemble teams to plan and construct wacky, winding machines of miraculous motion! For all ages 1:30 pm to 2:16 pm.

Garden beds are filled with plants featured in the favorite recipes of the chefs from Mario Batali’s restaurants. Kids can explore the gardens to solve Mario’s Menu Mystery. 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

Get to know Brooklyn Bridge Park and visit the giant aquarium filled with East River critters, the reading corner and so much more. Open hours 3 pm to 5 pm.

Meet and touch real, live sea creatures like starfish and sea urchins. 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

The church celebrates German culture with food, live music, dancing, children’s activities and more! 3:30–8 pm.

Drop by our Computer Lab to take control of a NYC Subway car and operate it over virtual miles of track, using some incredibly realistic software! Space is limited, recommended for children 10 years and older. 3:30 pm o 4:30 pm.

Listen to the author read and sign her book "Mermaids and Neptune Crowns." 5 pm to 6 pm.

The Brooklyn Theatre Club casts the audience as Alice in its interactive adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic. 6 pm.

An evening benefitting St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, featuring food, drink, a silent auction, a performance by the All University Gospel Choir from NYU, and the presentation of the "Spirit and Service" awards. 6 pm.

An exhibition of paintings, sculptures, and drawings inspired by the Gowanus Canal. 7–9 pm.

Zolbod, author of "The Telling," a memoir about revealing her childhood molestation, reads with Wilson, author of “Girl Through Glass,” about being a dancer, and Rakoff, author of the novel “A Fortunate Age.” 7 pm.

Annika Moller presents a combination of visual and performance art. 7 pm.

Song of the Goat Theatre makes its BAM debut with a dramatic song-cycle that distills the plot, characters, and themes of King Lear into a non-linear musical journey. 7:30 pm.

Director Peter Brook revisits Indian epic the Mahabharata to tell a story of warriors grappling with a Pyrrhic victory. 7:30 pm.

Four wind soloists and a pianist play early 20th century music and launch the new season of Music at the Center. 8 pm.

A theater performance about a harrowing night out in Brooklyn, presented by Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey. 8 pm.

The group performs A Tribe Called Quest retrospective. 9 pm.

A rootin’-tootin’ weekly standup show in Williamsburg. Hosted by Camille Theobald, Camille Harris, and Mo Fathelbab. 9 pm.

Sunday, Oct. 2 (See map view)

Come to the zoo for a Boo-terific good time. The zoo is hosting five weekends in October celebrating nature with loads of kid friendly activities including pumpkin carving, a costume parade, live music by Gigi and the Lend Me a Hand Band, magic shows, Hands-on Crafts, a Hay Maze and treat stations throughout the park. 10 am to 5 pm.

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