♫ Salsa by the Water @ Domino Park, 6pm, FREE, lessons followed by open dance, with a live DJ, More Info
♫ Stone Series @ National Sawdust (80 N 6th St) 7pm, $25, a performance by improvising guitarist, banjo player, vocalist, and poet Wendy Eisenberg, Buy Tix
# Pumping 101 @ The Wild BK (272 Driggs Ave), 1pm, $45, learn all you need to get pumping off to a good start!!! Come pregnant or with baby! Buy Tix
* Outlaw Women’s Wrestling @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 8pm, $30, Buy Tix
♫ Uptown: A Prince Party @ Baby’s All Right (146 Broadway), 11pm, $5, Buy Tix
♫ Brooklyn Swings: Taryn Newborn and the Real Deal @ Brooklyn Swings (231 Ainslie St), 7pm, $15, instructors will teach a short dance combination with live music, More Info
^ BK Story Voyager Touch A Truck @ McCarren Park (Ericsson Playground), 11am, $15, a fundraiser for the mobile literacy inspiration and library, lovingly called “The Purple Bus” by our community school children, Buy Tix
♫ Music For The Masses – New Wave Night @ Saint Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave), 11pm, FREE, RSVP
♫ Secret Headliner, Chains of Misery & Roseblood @ COCO 66 (66 Greenpoint Ave), 10pm, $12, Buy Tix
♫ Rosh Hashanah Dinner On The Waterfront @ BIBA (110 Kent Ave) 7pm, $18 -$180, delicious traditional Rosh-Hashanah foods, great camaraderie, and inspiration hosted by Chabad of North Brooklyn, Buy Tix
♫ “Fiddlin” Premiere @ Film Noir Cinema (122 Meserole Ave) 6pm, $15, This hopeful, inspiring documentary shines a light on what is best about America, Buy Tix
* Holiday Camp – Rosh Hashanah @ Greenpoint YMCA (99 Meserole Ave) 8am,”Fee-based,” Holiday camp days run Monday through Friday from 8 AM-6 PM, More Info
# Queers N Peers 1st Anniversary! @ Pine Box Rock Shop (12 Grattan St), 645pm, $125, from comedy to drag and beyond, help raise money for two organizations per month centered on queer and trans rights and socioeconomic justice, More Info
♫ The Comet is Coming @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 N 6 St), 8pm, FREE, Buy Tix
* Greenpointers Pick
^ Literary Event
# Foodie Event
A note from the North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s Environmental Initiatives Committee:
For many years the NYC IBO has proposed ways NYC can save money. Some ideas are practical, others are complete non-starters, but many of them are interesting, even if – for one or many reasons – they don’t get enacted.
This year, IBO pulled its environmental suggestions and circulated them separately. We think they are worth a look.
As always, the Environmental Initiatives Committee would like to hear from you. Contact us at eic@northbrooklynchamber.