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

 

WEDNESDAY 3/22

* NYC Restaurant Waste Workshop! @ A/D/O (29 Norman Ave) 9am, FREE, Learn how to green your business on a budget. Learn the new recycling requirements from the city, understand compost implementation, food sourcing and ways to save money on the electric bill, RSVP
=) Comedy Hibachi Returns! @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 7pm, FREE, Phil Stamato and Sami Main host three improv teams and three stand-up comics for a night of unpredictable hilarity! Improv teams will perform and be followed by a stand-up comic who will endeavor to condense the hilarity of the improv performance into FIRE-HOT stand-up material, More info
♫ NAILS @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 North 6th St), 8pm, $18, withToxic Holocaust, Gatecreeper, Blame God, Buy tix

 

THURSDAY 3/23

* PS 132 8th Annual Gala & Auction @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 6pm, $45, Help raise money for PS 132 and join their 8th Annual Gala and Auction, More info
* Shamanic Healing Night @ Golden Drum (97 Green St), 6:30pm, $30, A collective of visionary healers and specially curated program of healing modalities and traditions, which will create a unique experience inspiring healing, Buy tix
♫ immigrantNY Benefit Art Show @ Greenpoint Hill (100 Freeman St), 7pm, by Donation, 20% of all proceeds towards Immigrant Defense Project’s holistic community defense program that provides resources and tools to immigrants, More info
=) Comedy in Dance Festival @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St), 8pm, $16, Embrace the power of laughter! Guest curated by Abby Bender, our 8th Annual Comedy in Dance Festival presents a slew of movement-based work from choreographers, clowns, and comics that tickles an adult audience’s collective funny bone, More info
♫ Dirty Thursday: 90s Night @ House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Ave), 10pm, FREE, Old school hits, regrettable fashion choices and fads that have come and gone and come back even harder. New wave, hot jamz, and of course… 90’s all night, RSVP

FRIDAY 3/24


Rachael Gorchov: Organic Geometry
 @ Owen James Gallery (61 Greenpoint Ave, Suite 315), 6pm, FREE, Rachael Gorchov’s objects reveal themselves to be carefully mediated studies: of art and architecture history, of place, perspective and gesture, More info
Night of Creation @ GAMBA Forest (231 Norman Ave), 8pm, FREE, Live painting, live writing/typing, live music, live dance and live libations, More info
♫ Skullshitter/BILLxNYE/Hashgrinder/Nerve Gas Attak/Wrist Deep @ Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave), 8pm, $8, presented by Warcrust Records, Buy tix

 

SATURDAY 3/25


*Friends of Greenpoint Library Meeting
@ Greenpoint Library (107 Norman Ave), 10:30am, FREE, Meet your neighbors, plan special events, and brainstorm ways to support the Greenpoint Library and its community, More info
♫ The Lot Radio One Year Anniversary @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 7pm, $15, Happy Birthday Lot Radio! Celebrate with a night of live acts, DJ’s, weird Karaoké rooms, food, Buy tix
♫ Rudresh Mahanthappa and DJ Logic @National Sawdust (80 North 6th St), 10pm, $29, Debut collaboration between Rudresh and Logic, who met while playing with Arturo O’Farrill’s Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, Buy tix
♫ FIXED @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave), 10pm, $15, Fort Romeau is back along with Disco Halal’s Moscoman! Detroit’s Scott Zacharias makes his debut in the Bad Room with WT Records’ Willie Burns aka DJ Speculator warming it up. FIXED residents JDH & Dave P start things off in the main room, Buy tix

 

SUNDAY 3/26
# Vegan Market @ Market Hotel (1140 Myrtle Ave), 12pm, FREE, Pop-up market featuring great vegan vendors offering hot food, packaged goods, sweets, bath & beauty products, cosmetics, and apparel, More info
# FOOD PICTURE SHOW presents: EATING, directed by HENRY JAGLOM @ Archestratus (160 Huron St), 4pm, FREE, A new series exploring food and film. Grab a snack, a drink, and settle in, RSVP
♫ The JAM: Sole Therapy – Human Rights Campaign Benefit @ Black Flamingo (168 Borinquen Place), 6pm, by Donation, A Sunday Tea with a purpose. Replenish the spirit from the deluge of negativity with the indivisible movement of our feet, More info
♫ PARK Quartet Performs Ship of Monsters @ Park Church Co-Op (129 Russell St), 8pm, $10 Suggested Donation,Come see the PARK Quartet (Nicholas Alexander Wilson-Violin, Concetta Abbate-Violin, Lenna Pierce- Cello) live score the 1959 Mexican Sci Fi Classic “Ship of Monsters”, More info

 

MONDAY 3/27


* Friends of Bushwick of Inlet Park General Meeting
@ Bushwick Inlet Park Community Room (86 Kent Ave), 6:30pm, FREE, Find out what’s going on with Bushwick Inlet Park a 2 year long battle to get the city to complete Bushwick Inlet Park, More info
* Demystifying Government: Legislative Illusions @ Vital Joint (109 Meserole St), 7:30pm, FREE, Talks about pollster, researcher, and political advocacy; Congress’ constitutional “power of the purse” ; impact of congressional polarization in legislative productivity; misconceptions about America’s banking and budget system,  More info
* Horror Boobs Monday Movie Madness Bugged Out Double Feature @ Tender Trap (66 Greenpoint Ave), 8pm, FREE, Night of cult flicks and trash culture. Let loose with the Boob Crew as we host a series of mind-melting double features. FREE beer (8-9pm), More info
♫ Teenage Fanclub with Holy Tunics @ Warsaw (261 Driggs Ave), 8pm, $25, Teenage Fanclub returns with Here, the band’s first album in six years,  Buy tix


TUESDAY 3/28


^ Cool as F*** March Edition
@ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 6:30pm, FREE, Fresh writing from authors whose work has appeared in Black Warrior Review, Kenyon Review, the Rumpus, Salon, Prairie Schooner and more, More info
^ Erika Carter Presents “Lucky You” with Maris Kreizman @ WORD (126 Franklin St), 7pm, FREE, Celebrate the launch of Erika Carter’s LUCKY YOU in conversation with Maris Kreizman. “Your twenties are the time to go out, dance, and make mistakes, but there’s a catch…”, More info
In the Street, Jemima + Johnny, The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St), 7:30pm, $8, In the Street, Helen Levitt, 1948, 16mm, 16 mins Jemima + Johnny, Lionel Ngakane, 1965, 16mm, 30 mins The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun, Djibril Diop Mambety, 1999, digital projection, 45 mins, More info

 

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
^ Literary Event
Art Event
=) Comedy Event
# Foodie Event
Pheremones Likely
$ Shopping Event

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