# Ambient Lullabies @ Areté Venue and Gallery (67 West St #103), 730pm, $20 suggested, the audience is invited to bring journals, sketchbooks, paintings and any silent creative work that compliments listening to music, More Info
♫ 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


 Summer Soundwalks “Walkie Talkie Dream Garden” @ East River State Park (90 Kent Ave), 6pm, FREE, a very special guided soundwalk on the Williamsburg waterfront, RSVP
* Outlaw Women’s Wrestling @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 8pm, $30, Buy Tix
 Block Printing on Textiles @Better Than Jam’s (20 Grattan St) 630pm, $65, a quick carve “Block” all tools are provided, as well as textiles sample pieces and papers. Students are welcome to bring your own materials to print on too, Buy Tix
GHOST TOWN Comedy @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 630pm, comedy, culture, dating (and failing at it) all intersect at this hilarious stand-up showcase, More Info



♫ Uptown: A Prince Party @ Baby’s All Right (146 Broadway), 11pm, $5, Buy Tix
 Collab Fest @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St) 730pm, $18, celebrating performance collaborations in their myriad forms, Buy Tix
 VIP Clean Cruise Climate Street Art Viewing Celebration @ Newtown Creek (42 West St), 4pm, FREE, an all-electric voyage across the East River from Manhattan to the site of the mural at Newtown Creek, RSVP
♫ 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


* Botanical Bundle Dyeing @ North Brooklyn Farms (320 Kent Ave), 2pm, $42 , create color alchemy using plant material on silk, Buy Tix
^ 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
Drag Queen Story Hour @ Park Church Co-op (129 Russell St) 1pm, FREE, stories, songs, and crafts for kids ages 3-8, More Info


* 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
Horseplay Comedy @ Ponyboy (632 Manhattan Ave) 8pm, FREE, elite comedic talent, fresh line ups and great food and drink specials, 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 Next Voice You Hear” + “A New Beginning” @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St), 630pm, $8, a probe the dark heart of the Midwest with two experiments in true crime, Buy Tix
A Performance Salon! @Vital Joint (109 Meserole St) 8pm, $5 – $10, a night of presentations, performances, persons, and passions, More Info
 Be Gentle Comedy 
@ JJ’s Hideaway (97 N 10th St) 8pm, FREE, unfiltered and off the wall, no holds barred standup, More Info
♫ The Comet is Coming @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 N 6 St), 8pm, FREE, Buy Tix

* 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:

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 with any questions, issues, or to receive updates on upcoming programs and events.

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