WINE TASTINGS: here’s a list of seven weekly options!
Myrtle Avenue’s KIDS GUIDE also has great listings.
When: 2:10pm, 4:40pm, 7:10pm, 9:40pm
Where: Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue
What: The former Congressman let Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg behind the scenes of his 2013 mayoral campaign with virtually unfettered access. The end result is this gobsmacking look into the political and personal.
How much: $14.
FRIDAY JUNE 3
Comedy Night At Five Spot Soul Food
When: Fridays at 8pm
Where: Five Spot Soul Food (459 Myrtle Avenue just off Washington Avenue.)
What: There’s a free comedy show every Friday night.
How much: FREE
SATURDAY JUNE 4
See “Labyrinth” In Fort Greene Park
When: SATURDAY, starting at Sundown
Where: The Myrtle Avenue lawn in Fort Greene Park
What: A screening of the cult classic starring David Bowie and directed by Jim Henson. Early arrivals will receive props and quoting along with the movie is encouraged. This has been moved to Saturday night due to inclimate weather!
How much: FREE
Storytime With Christopher Silas Neal
When: Saturday, starting at 11am
Where: 686 Fulton Street
What: This is ideally suited for parents and children ages three to eight. Neal will conduct a reading his new children’s book “Everyone”, which invites every person and thing to explore their feelings. Afterwards, Neal will conduct a drawing demo and lead a craft project. Children can create faces using custom stamps and crayons.
How much: FREE.
Fort Greene Park Greenmarket
When: Every Saturday from 8am-4pm
Where:Washington Park between DeKalb and Willoughby Avenues
What:Weekly farmers market with live music and family-friendly activities.
SUNDAY JUNE 5
Where: Habana Outpost (757 Fulton Street)
What: Finish the weekend with another cult classic. The Warriors is a little like West Side Story, only not at all and with much better fighting. I’ve always figured that Fort Greene and Clinton Hill simply didn’t deign to compete.
How much: Get some food. The movie is free once you’re seated.