Things To Do In Ditmas Park This Week

Photo via Q Gardens
Photo via Q Gardens

Looking for something fun to do this week? Party like a punk at Sycamore, test your music knowledge, bid farewell to summer with a dance, and more!

If you have an upcoming event you’d like featured in our calendar, or if there’s anything we’ve left off, let us know! Post your events in our community calendar or email us at editor@ditmasparkcorner.com.

Pop Shove It
When: Monday, August 31, 10pm-2am
Where: Sycamore, 1118 Cortelyou Road
What: Rock out at Sycamore with their monthly Punk, Garage, Skate, Metal party!
How much: Free.

Our Neighborhood Comedy
When: Monday, August 31, 9pm
Where: Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road
What: Need a laugh? Come check out this local comedy night at Bar Chord.
How much: Free.

Lazy, Hazy, Crazy
When: Tuesday, September 1, 10am-1pm
Where: Cortelyou Library, 1305 Cortelyou Road
What: Bid farewell to summer with The Beach Boys, Drifters, and Chuck Berry with ALDEN MOVES, a fanciful introduction to ballet, modern, and jazz fundamentals. The program is for kids ages 3-10 and features back-to-school blues choreography and mini-performance.
How much: Free.

Chakra Cleanse & Balance
When: Tuesday, September 1, 7:30pm
Where: Family of Light Holistic Center, 717 Coney Island Avenue
What: Need to rebalance? Check out this yoga class that uses the chakra system through postures, vocal sounds and meditation to help find your center.
How much: $5 suggested donation.

Music Trivia with Shane & Ruth
When: Tuesday, September 1, 7pm
Where: Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road
What: Think you know all there is about music? Test your skills and have some fun with Music Trivia.
How much: Free.

Sing Along With Debbie Deane
When: Wednesday, September 2, 11am
Where: Lark Cafe, 1007 Church Avenue
What: Come kids of all ages and sing along with Debbie Deane!
How much: Free.

Free Composting 
When: Wednesday, September 2, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Where: Q Gardens, 70 E. 18th Street
What: Learn how to compost and bring your kitchen scraps to the community garden.
How much: Free.

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