# Cookbook Club: “The Auberge of the Flowering Hearth” @ Archestratus (1011 Manhattan Ave), 7pm, FREE, drop by with your favorite dish —all are welcome! It’s a potluck party!  More Info
* Yom Kippur Services @ Greenpoint Shul (108 Noble St), 9am, $15 – $30 (suggested), pay-as-you-wish High Holidays services, More Info
♫ Full Hunters Moon Sound Bath @ Magick City (37 Box St) 7pm, $24 – $33, Breath. Movement. Sound. Meditation. Buy Tix
“The Distinguished Gentleman”: NYC Premiere @ Kickstarter HQ (58 Kent St) 730pm, $10 -$20 suggested, includes a cocktail hour, a step-and-repeat/red carpet, the film screening, and a Q & A panel, Buy Tix


* Trammell-Santistevan Duo/Che Chen, Aaron Moore & David Watson @ Sunview Luncheonette (221 Nassau Ave), 8pm, FREE, a terrific show featuring fantastic artists in a magical space, More Info
Double D’s: The Dirty Disco @ The Breakers (307 Meeker Ave), 10pm, FREE, an all-night classic disco, funk and house affair with gogo dancers, taro readers, sexy disco visuals and MORE, More Info
♫  Huvudbry @ TROOST (1011 Manhattan Ave) 830pm, FREE, two sets of music with violin, bass, lap steel, and drums, More Info
♫ “War and Paradise”: Book Signing with Adam Green @ Desert Island (540 Metropolitan Ave) 7pm, FREE, joining Adam are his co-illustrators Tom Bayne and Toby Goodshank. Get your book and get it signed by all three artists, RSVP

FRIDAY 10/11


* Open Call Juried Salon Show @ Greenpoint Gallery (390 McGuinness Blvd), 8pm, FREE, works form a selection of artists, More Info
♫ Evening on the Ganges @ Sacred Arts Research Foundation (107 Green St) 7pm, $20, immerse yourself in an atmosphere resonant of an era where court musicians performed for royalty in Indian palaces, Buy Tix
“A Recipe for Disaster” @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St), 8pm, FREE, looped digital projection, More Info
♫ The Crystal Method @ Warsaw (261 Driggs Ave), 9pm, $20, Buy Tix


* Dive-In Family Movie: “Inside Out”
@ Greenpoint YMCA (99 Meserole Ave), 330pm, FREE, grab your bathing suits, towels, blankets, and snacks and head over to the Y for swimming and a movie screening, More Info
♫ Brooklyn Rock Show! @ Sixty Sixth Congress (66 Greenpoint Ave), 730pm, $8, Buy Tix
Shorts Night Film Festival’s Fall Event 
@ UnionDocs (322 Union Ave), 7pm, $15, a special screening of Neon’s The Biggest Little Farm with a shorts program beforehand and a Q&A after. Beverages, snacks, and fun will be provided, Buy Tix
♫ Secret Saturdays
@Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St), 4pm, FREE, 3 songwriters, 1 tip bucket, More Info

SUNDAY 10/13

* Get to the Point 5K @ St. Stan’s Athletic League (189 Driggs Ave) 10am, $35, RSVP
Sacred Perspectives @ The Park Church Co-op (129 Russell St) 4pm, $5 – $20, live music and community, Buy Tix
* Introduction to Herbal Medicine @ Human@ease (31 Nassau Ave) 2pm, $50, create your own take-home remedies while discovering the traditional and folkloric uses of common kitchen herbs, Buy Tix
* Solar Energy Workshop @ Sain (29 Norman Ave) 12pm, $100, learn how to build your very own solar charger, Buy Tix

MONDAY 10/14

* Auditions- Kids & Teens: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever @ St. John’s Lutheran Churc (155 Milton St) 3pm, Seeking to cast any kids grades 3-12 who audition for this family Christmas comedy play! More Info
Horseplay Comedy @ Ponyboy (632 Manhattan Ave) 8pm, FREE, elite comedic talent, fresh line ups and great food and drink specials, More Info
@ Saint Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave), 7pm, $10, Buy Tix


* Tour NYC’s Industrial Waterway @ Newtown Creek, 7pm, $40, on this tour, we’ll walk along part of Newtown Creek, one of the most trafficked waterways in New York City, ending up at a picturesque spot along the East River, Buy Tix
♫ ADHOC PRESENTS: VAGABON @ National Sawdust (80 North 6th St) 8pm, $18, Buy Tix
 Just Come Comedy with Aparna Nancherla
@ The Graham (151 Meserole St) 830pm, FREE, RSVP
♫ Salon at LF | A Very Last Dance on the Roof & More ! @ Last Frontier (520 Kingsland Ave), 8pm, FREE, informal, salon-style gatherings for artist friends & colleagues and other art appreciators, 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:

“An average person potentially consumes as much as 1769 particles of plastic every week just from water” a new study by the WWF finds. They urge governments worldwide to “collaborate with industries and civil society groups to ensure a systems-based approach that addresses plastic production, consumption, waste management and recycling as a singular system, and refrain from individual, fragmented or symbolic policy actions.”

What can we do in the North Brooklyn community? Read their report here and email us your comments.

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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