This Week’s Kid Friendly Events

Photo via Habana Outpost
Photo via Habana Outpost

Looking for something to do with the whole family this week? There are a lot of great kid-friendly events coming up in Brooklyn, and we’ve selected some of our favorites. See the full details below!

For more things to do around Brooklyn, and to add your own upcoming event, check out our calendar.

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Cantemos! Let’s Sing With Louie Miranda!
When: Wednesday, September 2, 10:30am
Where: Dean Street, 755 Dean Street, Prospect Heights
What: Sing along to the tunes of Louie Miranda.
How Much: $8 per family.

BK Block Party: DJ Mickey Palms and MC Alphabet
When: Thursday, September 3, 10-11am
Where: Albee Square, Corner of Fulton and Bond Street
What: Show off your dance moves at the last BK Block Party of the season.
How Much: Free!

Drop-In Sing Along With Lucy Kalantari
When: Friday, September 4, 10am
Where: Lark Cafe, 1007 Church Avenue, Ditmas Park
What: Singalong and dance to the tunes of Lucy Kalantari.
How Much: $5 per child.

Nature Exploration
When: Saturday, September 5, 10am-1pm
Where: Audubon Center, 101 East Drive, Prospect Park
What: Join the Prospect Park Alliance for nature education programs at the Prospect Park Audubon Center, the first urban Audubon Center in the nation.
How Much: Free!

Story Time: Roman Milisic
When: Saturday, September 5, 11am
Where: Greenlight Bookstore, 686 Fulton Street, Fort Greene
What: Listen to a reading of Apes-A-Go-Go! by writer, artist, and fashion designer, Roman Milisic.
How Much: $8 per family.

Labor Day Weekend With PopFit Kids
When: Saturday, September 5, 12pm
Where: LeFrak Center at Lakeside, Prospect Park
What: Celebrate Labor Day weekend with games at the Splash Pad.
How Much: Free!

Habana Outpost’s Back To School Bash
When: Monday, September 7, 11am-2pm
Where: Habana Outpost, 657 Fulton Street, Fort Greene
What: Celebrate the end of summer with a party at Habana Outpost.
How Much: Free!

For family-friendly news, events, information, and more from around Brooklyn, check out our sister site, City Kid Corner.


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