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Tuesday, March 28 (See map view)

A discussion about the underrepresentation of women in all aspects of the film industry.

7 pm.

Wednesday, March 29 (See map view)

Attorneys from Connors and Sullivan law firm host a free seminar on elder law, trusts and estates law, and estate planning.

11 am, 3 pm, 7 pm.

The New York State Regent for Brooklyn will present and answer questions about New York State teaching certification, education policy, and other public education issues.

5 pm.

Thursday, March 30 (See map view)

St. Joseph’s College professors explore the societal impact of sugar consumption.

9 am.

Attorneys from Connors and Sullivan law firm host a free seminar on elder law, trusts and estates law, and estate planning.

3 pm and 7 pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Friday, March 31 (See map view)

A community discussion to explore ways to take action to impact immigration, healthcare, food security and the environment.

7 pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Saturday, April 1 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Sunday, April 2 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

7 pm.

Monday, April 3 (See map view)

Brooklyn hockey fans cheered when the Islanders moved to Barclays, but few remembered an earlier, little-known professional hockey team named the Brooklyn Americans. Come see Dale Morrisey’s new documentary about this forgotten story, followed by a talk with MSG sportscaster Stan Fischler and New York Times hockey reporter Allan Kreda.

6:30 pm.

Tuesday, April 4 (See map view)

Bob Diamond discusses the history of light rail in Brooklyn.

6:30 pm.

A night of baseball talk, with special guest Hank Azaria.

7 pm.

Thursday, April 6 (See map view)

Join The New York Times’s Sam Roberts as he talks about life, writing, and coming home to Brooklyn with award-winning writer Pete Hamill.

6:30 pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Friday, April 7 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Saturday, April 8 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Sunday, April 9 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

7 pm.

Tuesday, April 11 (See map view)

The live talk show speaks with Tax Resistance advocate Andrew Newman and how and why to not pay your federal taxes.

7 pm.

Wednesday, April 12 (See map view)

On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson first put on a Brooklyn Dodgers jersey and broke the color barrier in professional baseball. To celebrate, we are screening Ken Burns’s documentary on the life and legacy of this American icon over the course of two nights.

6:30 pm.

Thursday, April 13 (See map view)

Randy Cohen brings his popular podcast back to BHS, this time with special guest, award-winning novelist and essayist Siri Hustvedt.

6:30 pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Friday, April 14 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Saturday, April 15 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

Sunday, April 16 (See map view)

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

7 pm.

Monday, April 17 (See map view)

Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, shares his unlikely success story and discusses his new book, "Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It."

7–9 pm.

Friday, April 21 (See map view)

This 2016 film highlights women who are making a creative effort to redefine the tradition of knitting and crocheting. Dr. Jennifer Wingate will introduce and lead a discussion afterward.

6:30–9 pm.

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