RIP DIY, An African Feast, Beat Nite 12 – What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (3/04–3/10)

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

* Growing Cities Screening & Fundraiser @ Lutheran Church of the Messiah (129 Russell St) 6pm, $10, The documentary screening will be followed by a panel discussion with NYC urban farmers, More info
 A Program of Hip Hop Related Musical Shorts @ Wythe Hotel (80 Wythe Ave) 6:30pm, $15, Charlie Ahearn (director of Wildstyle) presents a curated series of short films, More info
# Edible Presents How to Prepare an African Feast @ The Brooklyn Brewery (79 North 11th St) 8pm, $5, Featuring Woézö, NYShuk, and Taste of Ethiopia doing demos and Q&As, plus plenty of tasty samples, More info

* RIP DIY Photo Show 
@ Cloud City (85 North 1st St) 6pm, FREE, A group show celebrating the lost but not forgotten DIY spaces of Brooklyn, RSVP
♫ Groupmuse
@ The Hive (20 Cook St) 8pm, FREE, DIY classical music from Matt Consul / Hulda Jónsdóttir / Patrick McGuire / Katherine Liccardo, RSVP
☺ The Holy Fuck Comedy Hour @ Annoyance Theatre (367 Bedford Ave) 10:30pm, FREE, A collage of character studies, scenes, songs, and audience interaction, More info

# Superiority Burger Popup @ Ovenly (31 Greenpoint Ave) 6pm, $15, Featuring Superiority’s veggie burgers, Ovenly’s vegan chocolate chip cookies, and cannoli gelato, More info
♦ Beat Nite 12
@ Norte Maar (83 Wyckoff Ave) 6pm, FREE, A dozen Bushwick art spaces and galleries will be open all evening, More info 
* PS132 Gala & Auction
 @ Villain (50 North 3rd St) 6pm, $50, Admission includes two free drinks and dinner by the Meatball Shop; all proceeds fund arts enrichment programs at Williamsburg’s PS132, More info
♦ Destroy, She Said @ The Boiler (191 North 14th St) 7pm, FREE, A group show where artists have been invited to display one of their own works destroyed, More info

* Lego My New York City @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave) 10am, $10, A hands-on lego building class focusing on building scenes from the NYC skyline and cityscape, Buy tix
# March Into Spring Vegan Shop-Up @ Pine Box Rock Shop (12 Grattan St) 12pm, FREE, Discover the best vegan, locally made foods and wares at NYC’s premier all-vegan market, More info
 World / Inferno Friendship Society @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar (165 Banker St) 7pm, FREE, With Runny / Joey Steel and the Attitude Adjusters / Penguin, Buy tix
 Freezing Sun Burning Moon @ The Wick (260 Meserole St) 9pm, $25, A ThunderGumbo mutant fundrager featuring four stages of music, fire performances, interactive games, art installations, and more, Buy tix

* Ridgewood Artisan Market @ Gottscheer Hall (657 Fairview Ave) 11am, FREE, With over 40 independent and local artisan vendors, RSVP
* A Trivia of Ice & Fire 
@ Over the Eight (594 Union Ave) 6pm, $10, A night of Game of Thrones trivia brought to you by the Upjumped Sellswords, More info
* Tarot Society
@ Catland (987 Flushing Ave) 7pm, $7, A bi-monthly fortune telling salon organized by House of Screwball, RSVP

# Mozzarella Making Class @ The Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St) 6:30pm, $85, Cheese aficionado Emily Acosta will teach you about the science of cheese, from milk to curd to mozzarella, Buy tix
☺ Side Ponytail Comedy Anniversary Show @ Over the Eight (594 Union Ave) 6:30pm, FREE, With Daniel J Perafan / Jim Search / Michael Lawrence / The Wire Mothers, and many more, RSVP
* RIP DIY Talk Back @ Cloud City (85 North 1st St) 7pm, FREE, A panel discussion about the RIP DIY photo show, the artists’ work, and theyr personal experiences with DIY spaces in Brooklyn, moderated by Oriana Leckert of Brooklyn Spaces, RSVP

* Talking Shop: Making Art in Public @ Kickstarter HQ (58 Kent St) 7pm, FREE, A discussion of social responsibility, aesthetics, and the creative process with Heather Hart, Maya Hayuk, and Jeff Stark, moderated by Leslie Koch, RSVP
* Meet Me in Atlantis @ Word (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Mark Adams, scholar of the mystical and the muscular, sets his sights on the mythical lost city Atlantis; he will be joined by comedian John Hodgman, 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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