80’s New Wave Dance, Salon de Eros, Korean 101, Conscious Consumption – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (2/15–2/21)

Conscious Consumption: Eating Practices for Soul Nourishment & Body Healing @Maha Rose (97 Green St), Saturday (2/18), 6pm, $35, Learn eating practices for nourishment that will positively impact all other areas of your life. Tune into your bodies true needs and abilities to self heal from emotional distress, mindless and stress eating, damage done from autoimmune disease and more, More info

 

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


WEDNESDAY 2/15

♫ Benefit for Southern Poverty Law Center @The Park Church Co-Op (129 Russell St) 8pm, Benefit show featuring Dreamcrusher, M Lamar, Jono Mi Lo, Michael Hix, The Imaginary Orchestra, Visuals by Julieta Triangular, More info
♦ Black History (month) Movie Night @The Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave) 8pm, $5, Celebrate Black history every day of every month. Proceeds benefit Black Lives Matter, More info

 

THURSDAY 2/16

♦ Aggie Pavlidis: Dream Lines Opening Reception @ The Yard (33 Nassau Ave) 6:00pm, FREE, Aggie Pavlidis’s work focuses on the ways in which we process and internalize our surroundings and experiences. She makes and creates as a means to better understand herself, and the world around her, More info
♦ Dames Who Give Damns @ Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave) 7pm, $10, Benefit for the N Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence. Visuals by Screaming Horses, Art and Raffle prizes by Ella Desmond, eforeffort, Natalia Zamora / denimindenial, and photos by girls of the lower east side girls club, Buy tix
* Speak Out! Rise Up! Podcast Workshop @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave) 7pm, $10, Broadcast your message and get your voice heard! Keisha “TK” Dutes will show us how to create a podcast, from the required equipment to interview techniques. After learning the basics, you can tape your own live 30-minute podcast! Try engineering, hosting, producing, or whatever role suits you best, Buy tix
♫ A Valentine for the Cause @ Our Wicked Lady (153 Morgan Ave), 8pm, $5, Benefit for The Mount Sinai SAVI Program supports survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence. Featuring two melodic, guitar-based bands with DJing throughout the night, all acts hailing from Brooklyn’s indie rock community, More info 


FRIDAY 2/17

♫ THE SOFTER IMAGE Ritual & High Vibe Party @ The Umbrella Factory (200 Morgan Ave), 8pm, $15, Love Activism Ritual led by Luke Simon, Sah D’Simone and Andre J. Group cleanse, check in, anger expression, forgiveness meditation and then Breathwork. The Heart energy we generate will serve as the foundation for party, and the dancing will amplify and transmit our prayers into the world, Buy tix
♦ Salon de Eros Erotic Art Show @ Greenpoint Gallery (390 McGuinness Blvd), 8pm, FREE, An erotic showcase of love and its carnal delights. Submit works that blush, excite and provoke viewers! Once a year during Valentines time work usually not shown due to its MATURE NATURE is shown, More info
♫ Underworld- Goth/Electro/Punk/NewWave Dance Party @ St Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave), 11pm, FREE, Get Your Ass Back To Church! Underworld at Saint Vitus! Spinning for your pleasure Goth, Electronic, Wave & Punk, More info

 

SATURDAY 2/18

GoodbyeTheDrink♫ A Fair Wind To Ye: Farewell From The Drink @ The Drink (228 Manhattan Ave), 5pm, FREE, Very last party (and days) at The Drink, More info
* Conscious Consumption: Eating Practices for Soul Nourishment & Body Healing @ Maha Rose (97 Green St), 6pm, $35, Learn eating practices for nourishment that will positively impact all other areas of your life, More info
* Cacao Journeys – Journey Two @ Awakening NY (605 Manhattan Ave), 7pm, $40, Drink ceremonial grade cacao paste from Belize or Guatemala. Both cacao and music will open your mind and heart, induce an extended state of consciousness, and increase the frequency of your energetic field, More info
♫ 80s New Wave Dance Party! @ BackBar at The Bedford on Bedford (110 Bedford Ave), 10pm, FREE, DJ Shred spins Depeche Mode and the best of 80s new wave all night for the DANCE FLOOR! More info

 

SUNDAY 2/19

# Korean 101 @ Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St), 6:30pm, $85, Korean cuisine is the perfect choice for a 21st century dinner party, and comes together quickly for weeknight meals–just in time for your January resolutions, More info
♫ Quantic / Photay / Dâm Funk / Justin Strauss & Billy Caldwell @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave), 10pm, $10, Quantic will get behind the turntables to kick off his New York residency featuring producer Photay and special guest, Dâm Funk, Buy tix
♫ Tiki Disco Presidents Day Weekend @ House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Ave), 10pm, $15, It’s cold outside so Tiki Disco brings Summer indoors, More info

 

MONDAY 2/20

* Get Artists Paid Public Meeting @The Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave), 7pm, FREE, Discuss issues and themes surrounding “exposure” culture and a society built on freelance. For 2017, GAP will do work in resistance to corporate-funded journalism and unpaid culture production, More info
♦ Four Walls Slide and Film Club @ The Boiler (191 North 14th St), 8pm, Featuring a live performance by the Film Club Band: Brian Dewan, Tim Spelios, Paul Scher, David Scher, More info

 

TUESDAY 2/21

* NAG’s Environmental Happy Hour @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 6:30pm, FREE, Do you want to get involved with a North Brooklyn neighborhood group and care about environmental issues? Join for a drink over talks by 5 minute presentations by environmental experts, More info
♦ The Prose Bowl @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 6:30pm, Join a panel of judges in watching local writers perform their best and briefest—or put your name in the hat and perform your own! Host John Hague returns from an ever-growing hiatus to resume his duties. Grab a beer and help keep making this city the writer’s refuge it is, More info
^ We Can’t Rewind We’ve Gone Too Far: Technology & Nostalgia Panel @ WORD (126 Franklin St), 7pm, A conversation between two leading writers in their field! Kevin Smokler writes about culture and technology, tells stories onstage and likes people a lot. Virginia Heffernan is an American journalist and cultural critic. She has worked as a staff writer for The New York Times and is the author of Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art, More info

 

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