Here are some things to do IN BROOKLYN, the best slice of the Big Apple, this month! There's so much going on in Brooklyn, we can't list it all. If you have an event you'd like folks to know about, we're accepting select listings on our Brooklyn FB page
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There's too much to list on this calendar. See what's happening this weekend--including some holiday bazaars! Tis the season...
Photo by E. Freudenheim
For over 150 years, the Brooklyn Navy Yard churned out America’s most famous fighting ships, from the USS Maine to the USS Missouri. Today, the Yard is becoming a model for sustainable urban industrial parks. Turnstiles Tours offers tours throughout November of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Check them out..but reserve in advance!
Head to the industrial part of Greenpoint in north Brooklyn for Brooklyn Night Bazaar events tonight. It's a night market and concert space that features vendors, music food and artists. Holiday shopping begins...65 Banker Street on Fridays and Saturdays f 6pm-midnight
Photo courtesy of BRIC
Tony and OBIE Award winner Stew (Passing Strange, The Negro Problem) will unleash his piercing gaze, and raw rock storytelling on a mash-up of several projects in development including 3 full-blown musicals, a video-art piece about his Brooklyn neighborhood, two song-cycles and more.. Also, post-event dialogue moderated by Bill Bragin, Director of Public Programs, Lincoln Center. 7:30 PM
There's something new in Prospect Park..a wonderful, creative play space for kids. Check it out!Using trees damaged by recent storms and other materials from within the Park, the Exploration Area stimulates the imaginations of young visitors and engages them with nature as they play.
Brooklyn Children's Book Fair November 23rd--get it all here, picture books to young adult books, meet the authors, hear readings and have a lovely literary time with the little ones.
Courtesy of the Prospect Park Alliance
Bring the kids to the free Pop-Up Audubon” interactive activity;each month “Pop-Up Audubon” will be at different sites throughout Prospect Park and feature educational programming about a different park ecosystem.
Courtesy of Brooklyn Museum
Award-winning photographer Ashley Gilbertson presents his work about memorials to fallen soldiers and discusses the responsibility of governments and society to deal with the consequences of war. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath.
Courtesy of Prospect Park Alliance
DIY indeed! Come see the wonderful annual quilt show in Prospect Park at Lefferts Manor.