Things To Do In Ditmas Park This Week

You can join the Brooklyn Front Runners (a multi-sport club for LGBT and LGBT-friendly athletes) for a run at Prospect Park every Tuesday evening at 7pm.
You can join the Brooklyn Front Runners (a multi-sport club for LGBT and LGBT-friendly athletes) for a run at Prospect Park every Tuesday.

Happy Monday, neighbors! This week, you can try out a whole lot of gin at The Farm on Adderley, check out all the fun spring break events happening at Prospect Park, watch tons of live music at Bar Chord, and lots 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! Email us at editor@ditmasparkcorner.com.

Monday, April 6

• Try out the world of gin at The Farm on Adderley’s “In With Gin,” running from April 6-19.
• Go old school at Sycamore’s VHS Mondays, 8pm.
Andrew Harwood performs his solo acoustic bluesy tunes at Bar Chord, 9pm.

Tuesday, April 7

• New Gentle Yoga Support series at Third Root Health Center, $15 suggested donation, 10:45am-12pm.
• Join the drop-in sing-along with Miss Katie at Lark Cafe, 11am.
• Spring break cartwheel clinic for boys and girls ages 5-7 at Prospect Gymnastics ($35, go here to enroll), 11am.
• Make your own nature journal and learn how to use binoculars and field guides at the Prospect Park Audubon Center, 1pm.
• Children and families are invited to learn about the nature all around us at Prospect Park’s Audubon Center, 3pm.
• Join naturalists to meet the animals in Prospect Park Audubon Center’s collection, 4pm.
• Teens are invited to create, socialize, explore and more at the Cortelyou Library, 4-5pm.
Join the Brooklyn Front Runners (a multi-sport club for LGBT and LGBT-friendly athletes) for a run at Prospect Park every Tuesday evening, 7pm.
• Music trivia with Shane & Ruth at Bar Chord, 7pm.
• Win a $60 bar tab during Highbury Pub’s trivia night, 9pm.
Michael Louis performs his soulful rock ‘n roll at Bar Chord, 9:30pm

Wednesday, April 8

• A gentle yoga class each Wednesday at the Church of the Nativity (1099 Ocean Avenue, by Farragut) will include stretching, strengthening, and breathing deeply, and the instructor noted it’s good for those with arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, or just regular aches and pains. $10 suggested donation, 10:30am.
• Join the sing-along with Debbie Deane at Lark Café, 11am.
Spring break handstands, cartwheels & conditioning for girls ages 8-11 at Prospect Gymnastics ($35, go here to enroll), 1-3pm.
• Make your own nature journal and learn how to use binoculars and field guides at the Prospect Park Audubon Center, 1pm.
• Children and families are invited to learn about the nature all around us at Prospect Park’s Audubon Center, 3pm.
• Kids can get help with their homework at the Cortelyou Library, 3-4:30pm.
• Join naturalists to meet the animals in Prospect Park Audubon Center’s collection, 4pm.
• Teens Tech Time at the Cortelyou Library, 4-5pm.
• Shape Up NYC presents its Glutes in Gear: Cardio & Toning class at Prospect Park’s Audubon Center, 6-7pm. (Please bring your own workout mat.)
Sycamore’s The Lodge presents its Classic Match Wednesday, when it will air sports games on its big screen TV and serve up food from Johnny Lupiani’s, 8pm.
• Brian Kantor performs at Bar Chord, 9pm.
• Two-for-one whiskey night at the Highbury Pub, 9pm.

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