# 18th Ward Brewing Soft Opening @ 18th Ward Brewing (300 Richardson St), 4pm, FREE, More Info
♫ Salsa by the Water @ Domino Park, 6pm, FREE, lessons followed by open dance, with a live DJ, More Info
Opening Art Experiments Session for Kids @ Park Church Co-op (129 Russell St) 3pm, FREE, children are invited to use the materials in the studio to create ideas at their own pace, RSVP
♫ Koffee @ Brooklyn Steel (319 Frost St), 7pm, $35 (suggested), Buy Tix


Forward Union Presents Cry Until You Laugh @ Kickstarter HQ (58 Kent St), 630pm, $10-$25 suggested, enjoy a stunning Brooklyn rooftop (thanks, Kickstarter HQ!) for a night of sadistic comedic relief, Buy Tix
* Debate Watch Party w Senator Julia Salazar @ The Well (272 Meserole St), 6pm, FREE, a watch party of the third Democratic Debate More Info
Taste of Iceland in New York City: “Shortfish” Screening @ Film Noir Cinema (122 Meserole Ave) 7pm, FREE, a film from an up-and-coming Icelandic filmmaker, More Info
 A Theatrical Poetry Event by Open Heart Surgery Theatre @ WORD (126 Franklin St), 6pm, $5, live music and excerpts from the US premiere of “This Is Why We Live,” opening September 19th at La MaMa, More Info



Comedy Carnival @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 630pm, FREE, a carnival-themed comedy show featuring some of Brooklyn top up-and-coming standup comedians with trivia, treats, and free baked goods, More Info
♫ Second Annual #HappyPeriod Benefit Show @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 7pm, $10-$12, Buy Tix
Friday the 13th @ Ruby Bird Studios (67 West St), 7pm, FREE, Friday the 13th Slasher themed end-of-summer bash, RSVP
♫ VICE Presents: Cosmic Nights – Virgo Edition @ Villain (307 Kent Ave), 9pm, FREE, immersive, dimly lit universe that captures the essence of the zodiac sign, RSVP


Get $15 Off TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint happening Sunday! It’s going to beautiful out this SUNDAY, September 15th so why not hang out on the Williamsburg waterfront while supporting local businesses and a good cause? TASTE Williamsburg Greenpoint (1-4PM) is back to present some of the best of what North Brooklyn has to offer so you can eat your way through this Sunday’s Funday. (Partner)


* Bushwick Inlet Oyster Monitoring – @ Bushwick Inlet (56 Quay St), 330pm, FREE, join North Brooklyn Boat Club, Greenpoint Monitor Museum, Billion Oyster Project, and New York Harbor School for the fall monitoring session of the oyster restoration project, RSVP
♫ A Benefit for Women Who Rock! @ Kingsland (269 Norman Ave), 7pm, $10, Buy Tix
♫ Back to School Block Party
@ Greenpoint YMCA (99 Meserole Ave), 11am, FREE, a bouncy house, face painting, hula hoop, obstacle course, Shotokan karate demonstration, arts & crafts and healthy food, More Info
@A/D/O (29 Norman Ave) 11am, $85, work with a technician to practice and apply learned applications in line, color, and methodology to create custom 11×17 prints to take home with you, Buy Tix


En / 縁 @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St) 3pm, $20, a dance performance that explores the relationship between nature and all living beings through Butoh dance and Physical Theatre, Buy Tix
♫ Collaged Denim with THE SERIES @ Lucas Lucas (55 Conselyea St) 2pm, $15, learn some basic techniques of hand sewing and embroidery and turn your vintage denim into a one-of-a-kind piece of wearable art, Buy Tix
# McGolrick Park Farmers Market @ McGolrick Park, 10am, FREE, small scale farmers and food makers to the center of the park, Buy Tix


♫ L Koenig/J Pavone/A Navarro/ K Shea/M Mottel @ TROOST (1011 Manhattan Ave), 8pm, FREE, viola, drums and keytar music, More Info
♫ GEM Monday Open Mic @ The Topaz (251 Bushwick Ave) 8pm, FREE, More Info
@ Crystal Lake (647 Grand St), 8pm, FREE, improv show where never-before-seen teams do sets inspired by stories from a guest monologist, More Info


*♫ SUMMER LABS @ National Sawdust (80 N 6th St), 730pm, $10, a new music-theater work developed at Summer Labs, featuring live music, Buy Tix 
Mike Plante on Cinemad @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St) 7pm, $8, More Info
Ambush Comedy@ Two Boots (558 Driggs Ave), 645pm, $100, a comedy show in the back of a pizza shop, More Info

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
^ Literary Event
Art & Film
Comedy Event
# Foodie Event
Pheremones Likely

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

Warmer waters at the beach might feel nice when you go for a quick dip, but what could it mean for the fish? Researchers at Harvard have found that higher temperatures and overfishing are increasing the amount of methylmercury in commonly eaten fish such as tuna, cod and dogfish. A lot of it has to do with the fish food chain. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t eat fish anymore, but according to the researchers: “We wanted to show people that [climate change] can have a direct impact on what you’re eating today, that these things can affect your health … not just things like severe weather and flooding and sea-level rise.”

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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