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Friday, May 26 (See map view)

See vintage 16mm short films of such greats as Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Bessie Smith, and so many more jazz artists from the early 19th Century.

8 pm.

Saturday, June 3 (See map view)

We’ll do big beach cleanup to start the day and will have a dozen marine science learning stations set up for everyone to investigate and learn about Coney Island Creek. This volunteer event is family friendly. Organized by Cultural Research Divers, Brooklyn Marine STEM Education Alliance, and Making Waves.

8 am to 3 pm.

Saturday, June 10 (See map view)

Yeah! the annual event where our four legged, two legged, and even some feathered and finned, friends are given a chance to strut their stuff, while all enjoy the sun, surf, and fun at the beach. You can take Fido on The Wonder Wheel because pets ride free when accompanied by their owner, or participate in the coney costume. First prize is a season pass for Deno’s Wonder Wheel and a $150 certificate to Petco; 2nd prize is Day passes to the Wheel and a $75 gift certificate to Petco; 3rd prize also garners day passes to the wheel along with a $25 certificate to Petco. Contestants will be judged for: Funniest Costume, Most Creative Costume and Best Pet/Owner Costume Combo! Contest is limited to 25 entries, and registration is on a first come-first served basis. You can pre-register at www.wonderwheel.com All registrations must bring 2 cans of cat or dog food as an entrance fee. All cans will be donated to The Sean Casey Animal Rescue that will have an adoption vehicle on 12th street for the day. Rain date (6/11/17)

2 pm.

The Museum of Interesting Things takes over your eyes & ears for a special windup-toy themed 16mm vintage film bouncing ball sing-a-long party! Complete with a collection of antique 16mm film from as far back as the 1930’s and up to the 1960’s.

8 pm.

Saturday, June 17 (See map view)

Coney Island USA’s annual Mermaid Parade, in its 35th year, is the largest arts parade in the nation. Join Queen Mermaid Debbie Harry and King Neptune Chris Stein, both of the band Blondie, for the unique seaside celebration featuring marching bands, floats, and participants dressed in hand-made costume of mermaids, sea creatures, and more!

1 pm.

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