NY Art Book Fair, Revolting Grace, Summer Death – What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (9/24–9/30)

There are more events in our weekly calendarSubmit Greenpoint events, too!

WEDNESDAY 9/24
* Financial Planning Workshop for Parents @ Caribou Baby (272 Driggs Ave) 6:30pm, FREE, For new and upcoming parents to learn how they can provide a secure financial future for their families, More info
☺How Do I Get There? @ The Creek & the Cave (10-93 Jackson Ave) 8pm, FREE, With Ashley Bez / Shakir Standley / Erin Gloria Ryan / Eric Grundhauser, RSVP
Jeff & Buttons 
@ The Brick Theater (579 Metropolitan Ave) 8:30pm, $15, This two-man comedy duo is like Laurel and Hardy on a bender with the Marx Brothers, drunk dialing Beckett, Buy tix THURSDAY 9/25
* David Lynch Foundation Fundraiser @ St. Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave) 6:30, $15, With Earth / Cult of Youth / Dream Police, RSVP
* Summer Death: A Poetry Reading @ Mellow Pages Library (56 Bogart St, #1S) 7pm, FREE, Join six poets from Luna Luna Magazine to welcome the turn of the season, plus $3 lavender vodka, RSVP
* Split Bill September
 @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St) 7:30pm, $16, Featuring Justin Rivera / DanceTheYard / Quentin Burley / Sum Bones Co., More info

FRIDAY 9/26
* Fall Festival Fundraiser @ Standard Toykraft (722 Metropolitan Ave, 3rd fl) 7pm, $10, Carnival games, music, popcorn, fall-themed drinks, music, food, face painting, a pie eating contest, ladies’ arm wrestling, and a virtual hayride, Buy tix
* TV Hangover’s 10-Year Anniversary Lost Celebration @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave) 8pm, $5, Relive the pilot and the finale episodes, drink Dharma Initiative beers, play drinking games and trivia, Buy tix
* Gong Bath
 @ The Ark (97 Green St, #G24) 8pm, $20, An evening filled with gongs, singing bowls, and many other healing instruments with gongmaster Don Conreaux, More info
♦ The Grossmalerman Show @ The Boiler (191 North 14th St) 8pm, FREE, a gallery installation of the stage-set of Grossmalerman’s painting studio upon which five episodes of the sitcom The GROSSMALERMAN Show! will be filmed, More info

SATURDAY 9/27
* New York Art Book Fair @ MoMA PS1 (22-25 Jackson Ave) 11am, FREE, The world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines, More info
♫ Brooklyn Flea Record Fair @ Smorgasburg (90 Kent Ave) 11am, FREE, 50+ record shops, collectors and online sellers, DJs, and record labels, More info
* Obscura Society’s 13 Steps Around Dutch Kills @ Albert E. Short Triangle Park (Jackson Ave & 23rd St) 11am, $20, An intense exploration of one of Newtown Creek’s least known tributaries, More info
* Through a Glass Darkly @ Catland (987 Flushing Ave) 8pm, FREE, A Conversation on Witches, Photography, and the Creative Urge with Rik Garrett and Pam Grossman, More info

SUNDAY 9/28
* The Poison Cauldron of the Newtown Creek @ Kingsland & Norman Aves, 10am, $25, Brooklyn Brainery’s three-hour exploration of the petroleum and waste transfer districts of the Newtown Creek watershed in North Brooklyn with Mitch Waxman, Buy tix
* Women & Trans Self-Defense Class
 @ Traditional Okinawan Karate (248 McKibben St) 4pm, FREE, Learn effective self-defense techniques to escape a violent altercation, and discuss how to reduce your chances of being in one in the first place, RSVP
* AiB Panel Discussion: The Under-Representation of Females in the Art World @ Amos Eno Gallery (1087 Flushing Ave, Suite 120) 5pm, FREE, Coordinated by Sessa Englund and moderated by Chloë Bass, RSVP

MONDAY 9/29
♫ The Miki Doras @ Glasslands (289 Kent Ave) 8:30pm, $10, With the Nuclears / The Montauk Project / Sour Jenny, Buy tix
☺Not Quite Midnight
 @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 9pm, FREE, With Ashley Bez / Omar Hernandez / Eli Yudin / Melanie Owens & Teresa Lee / Will Winner / Lorelei Ramirez, More info

TUESDAY 9/30
♫ Willkommen: Deep House Yoga @ Verboten (54 North 11th St) 7pm, $20, With Gina Benenati / Matt Wallace / Karla Misjan, RSVP
* Revolting Grace & Execution
 @ The Spectrum (59 Montrose Ave) 9pm, $5 to $20, Queer performance and dance-based work showcase, RSVP

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
♥ Pheremones Likely
♦ Art Event
☺Comedy Event
# Foodie Event 

About Oriana

Oriana is a writer, editor, and hipstorian [sic] who is kind of obsessed with Brooklyn. She is the author of "Brooklyn Spaces: 50 Hubs of Culture & Creativity" (Monacelli, 2015) and creatrix of the website of the same name. She is the events editor for Brokelyn, QNS, and Greenpointers, and her writing has appeared on Slate, Atlas Obscura, New York Post, Matador, Hyperallergic, Gothamist, Curbed, Brooklyn Magazine, Brooklyn Based, and more. Follow her at @orianabklyn.

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