Things To Do In Ditmas Park This Week

Photo via Brian Charette
Photo via Brian Charette

Looking for something to do this week? We’ve got a roundup of some of our favorite events happening in the neighborhood! Music, comedy, crafts, sing-alongs, 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

Social Night Craft Meetup
When: Monday, January 11, 7pm
Where: Kettle & Thread, 1219 Church Avenue
What: Check out Kettle & Thread’s Monday night craft club! Come enjoy a night where our crafting community can come together. Bring your project: whether it be knitting, crocheting, bedazzling, etc.
How much: Free.

Capricorn Party
When: Monday, January 11, 8pm
Where: Sycamore, 1118 Cortelyou Road
What: Were you born in the sign of Capricorn? Come celebrate with tarot card readings, flower crowns, drink specials and more!
How much: Free.

We’re Going To Hell Comedy
When: Monday, January 11, 9pm
Where: Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road
What: Need a laugh? Come out for some irreverent comedy at Bar Chord tonight!
How much: Free.

Brian Charette & The Mighty Grinders
When: Tuesday, January 12, 9pm
Where: Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road
What: Check out some tunes from this organ trio!
How much: Free.

Sing Along with Frank from Rolie Polie Guacamole
When: Wednesday, January 13, 3:15pm
Where: LARK Cafe, 1007 Church Avenue
What: Join us for some fun tunes for kids ages 0-100! Drop in!
How much: Suggested $10 per family.

Knitting & Crocheting Club: Fun with Yarn!
When: Wednesday, January 13, 4pm
Where: Kensington Library, 4207 18th Avenue
What: Learn to knit or crochet! Fun for kids and adults alike.
How much: Free.

Drop The Mic
When: Wednesday, January 13, 8pm
Where: Sycamore, 1118 Cortelyou Road
What: Come out for some female stand-up at Sycamore’s new series hosted by Kendra Cunningham.
How much: Free.

When: Wednesday, January 13, 9pm
Where: Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road
What: Enjoy music influenced by Middle to Far Eastern cultures. Performances include traditional folk songs from the Middle East along with original compositions, occasionally accompanied by guest musicians and belly dancing.
How much: Free.


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