Hear beautiful melodies and learn about string instruments with instructors from the Noel Pointer Foundation. Noon and 1 pm.
Brunch, mimosas, and screening of 1978 film. Noon–3 pm.
Photoville workshop on the history of pinhole cameras, and a lesson on how to make one. Noon–1 pm.
Children enjoy fun programing, Nature on the Go, Nature’s Helpers, and Family Bird Watching. Noon–5 pm.
Street-wear fashion show and vendors. Noon–6 pm.
Take a tour and learn about the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home with Brooklyn Bird Club. Noon–1 pm.
Puppetworks presents a puppet show of two classic fairy tales. The Snow Queen is the story of a mysterious lady who throws ice into the heart of a boy and The Emperor’s New Clothes is the tale of an emperor who buys a set of invisible clothes only to march down the streets in his underwear. 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.
Third annual festival, featuring local artists, traveling artists, and youth performances. 1–6 pm.
Exhibition of large-scale photographs by artist Stephen Mallon documenting both the salvage operation of the plane that emergency-landed in the Hudson River in 2009, and train cars being pushed into the ocean as part of an artificial reef-building program. 1–5 pm.
Meet brewers from 19 breweries and taste their beers at the New York City Brewers Guild’s annual fundraiser, plus live music and DJs, a beanbag toss tournament, food trucks, and a raffle. 1:30–5:30 pm.
How did we get from horse drawn streetcars to motorbuses. Children get honorary degrees in trav-0-lutionary science by learning all about the history of travel; 1:30 pm.
U.S. premiere, inspired by neurological research, true stories, and Farid Attar’s poem "The Conference of the Birds." 2 pm and 7:30 pm.
Cook popcorn and apple pie on an open hearth while playing games and doing fun craft projects. 2–4 pm.
An afternoon of conversation and spoken word from formerly incarcerated women. 2 pm.
Curious George is on the menu. Stories, activities, and giveaways. 2 pm.
Painting exhibition by Emanuele Cacciatore. 2–6 pm.
Children laern and play and strengthen developmental, and language skills. 3–6 pm.
Discussing his book "War Porn" and collaborating with other authors and photographers. 3 pm.
Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge and enjoy a family friendly event. 3 pm.
Children learn and play and strengthen developmental, and language skills. 3–6 pm.
Meet and vist with over 85 artists and studios. 3–9 pm.
Discussing his book "Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000." 3 pm.
Sample food and drink from more than 40 Red Hook restaurants, distilleries, and wineries to raise money for Red Hook Initiative. 6–9 pm.
Join rangers for a night out under the stars and in a tent. Families chosen by lottery. 6 pm.
Followed by music by Paranoid Larry and His Imaginary Band, and Dana Twigg. 7 pm.
Painting and sculpture showcase. 7–10 pm.
Immersive production of the Anton Chekhov play, in which audience members choose their own experience by purchasing tickets at different class levels. 7:30 pm.