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Sunday, May 7 (See map view)

Weekly programming offers families an opportunity to enjoy music together using educational cornerstones like literature or songwriting with kids.

11 am.

Come on down the release party of the 8th CD, Brooklyn Baby! and enjoy this fun concert- there will be special guest appearances, a give away and t-shirts;

11 am.

What makes an object “historical?” Why do museums keep objects behind glass?

11 am.

Enjoy Peter Pan Donuts and acoustic music.

11 am to 1 pm.

Magical, visual, stimulating, and oftentimes funny, the story of young Olive and her grandmother is performed through beautiful puppetry, dance, and an original live music score inspired by melodies of bluegrass, Irish fiddle, and traditional lullabies. For ages 2-5.

11 am.

A new look at the renowned modernist artist and her self-crafted public persona.

11 am–6 pm.

Artist Jeremy Deller used the traditional life-model drawing class to stage a performative event with musician and personality Iggy Pop as model and subject. Come see the results!

11 am–6 pm.

Children climb aboard and learn the Hebrew Alphabet with interactive and hands on experiences.

Noon to 4 pm.

Read garden-inspired stories alongside volunteers. Drop in anytime during program hours to join in. This is a drop-in program for families with children of all ages. All programs are outdoors and canceled in inclement weather. Check this webpage for updates.

Noon to 1 pm.

Church Avenue closes to traffic in Kensington and Flatbush to showcase its restaurants, hold live performances from local dance studios, and offer sales from local stores and vendors.

Noon–6 pm.

Dancing, acrobatics, live performances; cheerleading squad; Thai delicacies and raffles, and Restaurant hour and pony rides at Westminister Road

Noon to 6 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 to 1 pm.

The National Park Service in partnership with Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company presents the festival with ceremony and performances in The Great Hall of Immigration at Ellis Island. The event showcases traditional and contemporary Asian American Music and Dance, with performing artists from the community including the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company, the Chinese American Chorus of New York, the New Asia Chamber Music Society, the Chinese American Music Ensemble and the Children’s Orchestra Society.

Noon.

An afternoon of kid-friendly music to benefit the New York Civil Liberties Union. With Beau Edmondson, Jamison Sevits, and Mike Cobb.

Noon–5 pm.

Experiment, learn, and play together in the Discovery Garden. Hands-on stations throughout the garden’s meadow, woodland, and marsh habitats and in the vegetable garden encourage families to explore nature together. Create a nature-based craft, artwork, or invention with Discovery Garden docents. This is a drop-in program for families with children of all ages. All programs are outdoors and canceled in inclement weather. Check this webpage for updates. (no programs on 5/27 and 5/28)

1 pm to 3 pm.

Get to know Brooklyn Bridge Park and visit the giant aquarium filled with East River critters, a 10’ scale model of Brooklyn Bridge Park, the reading corner, and so much more.

1 pm to 5 pm.

Catch-and-release fishing is a great way to get outdoors and discover nature just a few blocks from home.

2 pm to 3:30 pm.

A selection of the most popular films from this year’s BAMkids Film Festival, including the “BAMmie” award winner for best short film as selected by the 2017 festival attendee

2 pm.

The Bond Street Theatre perform a family-friendly adventure story.

2 pm.

Join Prospect Park Alliance to learn how wool was used on a Flatbush farm. You can brush the wool with carding paddles, spin yarn using a drop spindle and even make a felt ball to take home with you.

2 pm to 4 pm.

visitors of all ages are invited to design and build with an array of blocks including Magna-Tiles, Imagination Playground, Kapla Planks, and more. Block play supports critical social and cognitive skills in early childhood- everything from team building, creative thinking and problem solving to spatial reasoning and pre-engineering concepts. Different scales of blocks enable hands of all sizes to build and be challenged.

2 pm to 5:30 pm.

Academy Award winner Diane Wiest stars in Samuel Beckett’s "Happy Days," a modern drama about buoyant resourcefulness and unassuming grace in the face of inevitable oblivion.

2 pm.

The critically-acclaimed Ensemble for the Romantic Century presents a multi-media production illuminates the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, that had a decades-long reverberation in the political landscape of France and the rest of the world.

2 pm.

Using hip-hop theater, compelling narrative, multimedia, dance, and testimony, this play explores the profound but often untold journeys that people take after release from prison.

2:30 pm.

Wager on the Kentucky Derby, eat a blugrass blue-plate special, and watch (or join) the Ladies Hat Show.

3 pm.

The Gallery Players closes its 50th season with a powerful musical about American families in the early 20th century.

3 pm.

Meet and touch real, live sea creatures like starfish and sea urchins.

3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

Doug Jabara and the Nicki Denner Quartet perform favorites from West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, Pacific and many other Sondheim hits.

4 pm.

The trumpeter performs as part of the monthly series of solo artists.

4:40 pm.

Race, gender, social class -- tackling the topic of privilege is no easy task, but it’s often comedians who do it best. Hari Kondabolu and Jordan Carlos discuss their observations in this unmoderated, one-on-one conversation.

7 pm.

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