* Environmental Justice & Health Working Group Meeting @ North Brooklyn Neighbors (61 Greenpoint Ave 6th Fl), 630pm, FREE, help develop community-based strategies to combat issues of air pollution, legacy toxins, toxic sites, and trash & waste, More Info
* Intro to Plant Parenting: Houseplant Fundamentals @ Greenery Unlimited (91 West St), 715pm, $25, plant care essentials such as watering and weekly care will be discussed along with a potting demo and plenty of Q&A time to address your specific questions, Buy Tix
SummerFest 2019 @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St), 730pm, $18, a series of mixed-bill performances highlighting new created movement-based artists happening, Buy Tix
* From the Bottom UP: A Chakra Balancing Kundalini Workshop
@human @ ease (31 Nassau Ave), 8pm, $35-$40, a Kundalini practice, meditation, breathwork, and focused journaling combined with live music, Buy Tix



Tropic of Trash: Poetry + Performances @ Brooklyn Windwood and Brass (88 Franklin St), 7pm, $5, poets paired with improv performers, More Info
Sister Nancy, Love Always, Grace of Spades @ El Cortez (17 Ingraham St) 7pm, $27, Buy Tix
* Psychoactivism: Psychedelics and the Climate Emergency
@ Park Church Co-op (129 Russell St), 7pm, $15, a dialogue on the psychedelic community, the activist community, and the environmental movement at large, Buy Tix
♫ Bowlive VIII featuring Soulive @ Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave), 8pm, $25-$30, 10th Anniversary with Soulive, Buy Tix


# A British Summertime Feast @ Archestratus (160 Huron St), 7pm, FREE (until midnight w RSVP), the meal will reflect a side of British cooking that takes inspirations from a nation’s rich agricultural and regional history, Buy Tix
SummerStarz Free Movies in the Park: “Aquaman” @ Transmitter Park (2 Greenpoint Ave), 8pm, wonderful family-friendly movies in the park, More Info
♫ Gaila / Echo Moth (duo) / Matt Ward@ Magick City (37 Box St), 7pm, $45, More Info
♫ J Hoard @ National Sawdust (80 N 6 St), 8pm, $20, Buy Tix


♫Left Bank Summer Fête @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 12pm, $15 – $20, day fest with epic bands, Buy Tix
♫ The Despedida Tour NYC with Daniel Durst & Unknown Caller @ Areté Venue and Gallery (67 West St #103), $5-$8, Buy Tix
* Open Garden Day: Sun Print Workshop @ Java Street Community Garden (59 Java St), 11am, FREE, let the sun trace the outlines of leaves and flowers. This early form of photography is non-toxic, More Info
♫# Summer Read-A-Palooza @ WORD (126 Franklin St) 10am, FREE, face painting, jewelry making, Yoga in Spanish, a storytime, DIY Tie-Dye, and more fun activities, More Info


# Sunday Super @ North Brooklyn Farms (320 Kent Ave), 7pm, $100, a four-course farm-to-table meal highlighting the vegetables, herbs & flowers from the garden, Buy Tix
♫ Domino Kids! Featuring BPL Williamsburgh Branch @ Domino Park (Grand St and Kent Ave), 10am, FREE, join the Williamsburg Library and listen to new stories and classic tales read aloud. All ages welcome, More Info
♫ Sunday Comedy @ Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Ave), 9pm, FREE, lineups feature a diverse lineup of the hippest, funniest comedians from across New York and the country, RSVP


* Intro to Shoemaking @ Brooklyn Shoe Space (224 Roebling St), 10am, $95, (for the five-week course), a 2-hour theory class on footwear structure, resources for materials & how to measure your feet, Buy Tix
Isn’t She Funny @ Baby Grand (55 McGuinness Blvd), 8pm, FREE, a hot, hilarious, dude-free lineup, More Info
Rooftop Movie Monday: OLD SCHOOL
@ Our Wicked LAdy (153 Morgan Ave), 830pm, FREE, happy hour 5pm-8pm, More Info
♫ GEM Monday Open Mic @ The Topaz (251 Bushwick Ave), 8pm, FREE, comedy, music and spoken word, performers get 6 inutes/1-2 songs, More Info


♫ American Idol Open Auditions @ Brooklyn Expo Center (72 Noble St), 12pm, FREE, are you the next cable tv music sensation? More Info
* Chromatic Modernity: Color and Cinema of the 1920s @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St), 7pm, donations at door, a lecture by Joshua Yumibe, More Info
Troma Tuesdays NY: The Last Horror Film @ Film Noir Cinema (122 Meserole Ave), 9pm, $12, a New York taxi driver stalks a beautiful actress attending the Cannes Film Festival, which coincides with a series of violent killings of the lady’s friend, More Info
Just Come! @ The Graham (151 Meserole St), 830pm, FREE, a rip roaring evening of jokes, music, and banter featuring some of the city’s most celebrated performers, More Info

A note from the North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s Environmental Initiatives Committee:

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, pledged to donate $500 million to close coal-fired power plants in the U.S. and halt the growth of natural gas.

As always, the Environmental Initiatives Committee would like to hear from you. Contact us at with any questions, issues, or to receive updates on upcoming programs and events.

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