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Friday, Jan. 30 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Saturday, Jan. 31 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 1 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Monday, Feb. 2 (See map view)

Screening of “Brooklyn Boheme,” a documentary about the Black arts movement in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill from the mid-1980s through the 1990s by Brooklyn historian Nelson George and film director Diane Paragas. 3 pm.

Screening of the 1968 film by African-American activist William Greaves, which blends fiction and documentary in an experimental film. Actor Steve Buscemi introduces the film, followed by a discussion with experts. 6:30 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 4 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 5 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Third episode from the PBS series "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross," covering the years from 1968–2013, from the civil rights movement to the election of President Barack Obama. Jelani Cobb will lead a discussion following the screening. 6:30 pm.

Friday, Feb. 6 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 7 (See map view)

Children join in for a sing-a-long, featuring songs, stories, skits, movies and more. 11 am.

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 8 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Screening of “Brooklyn Boheme,” a documentary about the Black arts movement in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill from the mid-1980s through the 1990s by Brooklyn historian Nelson George and film director Diane Paragas. 3 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 11 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 12 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Friday, Feb. 13 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 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.

Saturday, Feb. 14 (See map view)

Third annual "Ponycon," a three-day convention for fans of My Little Pony. Includes collector’s items, a tea party with the character Liberty, a dress-up party, arts and crafts and games. Includes a first-time look at the trailer for the fifth season. 10 am–7 pm.

After visiting one of the Brooklyn Historical Society’s galleries, participants take part in an art-making project that they can take home. 11:30 am.

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 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.

Sunday, Feb. 15 (See map view)

Third annual "Ponycon," a three-day convention for fans of My Little Pony. Includes collector’s items, a tea party with the character Liberty, a dress-up party, arts and crafts and games. Includes a first-time look at the trailer for the fifth season. 10 am–7 pm.

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Screening of “Brooklyn Boheme,” a documentary about the Black arts movement in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill from the mid-1980s through the 1990s by Brooklyn historian Nelson George and film director Diane Paragas. 3 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. 3 pm.

Monday, Feb. 16 (See map view)

Third annual "Ponycon," a three-day convention for fans of My Little Pony. Includes collector’s items, a tea party with the character Liberty, a dress-up party, arts and crafts and games. Includes a first-time look at the trailer for the fifth season. 10 am–7 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 17 (See map view)

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner discusses his new book, "Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of the Underground Railroad," which tells stories of the lesser-known figures of the underground railroad. 6:30 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 18 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 19 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

Friday, Feb. 20 (See map view)

This collection exhibits candid photographs and interviews with African Americans and Latinos residing in NYCHA housing, taking a different look at the stereotypes surrounding them. Noon–5 pm.

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