Find free and low-cost things to do with children in Brooklyn today, September 8, including fun activities and events that the whole family can enjoy. See what is happening today in the museums, galleries and libraries of Brooklyn to have fun politely; in the parks, for outdoor activities and in nature; and in the theaters, for concerts and children's performances. Also, get details and instructions about street fairs or festive festivals that will take place on September 8. For more free and low-cost upcoming events in Brooklyn, see our full calendar of events.
Story time: Thyra Heder presents How do you dance? – Greenlight PLG Library
September 8, 2019 – Prospect Lefferts Garden
In How do you dance? The author and illustrator Thyra Heder explores dance with all her creativity, humor and, above all, joy, in a celebration of personal expression in an illustrated book that will inspire young and old readers to get up and move. Heder illustrates many different ways and places where you can dance, but ultimately shows that the best way to dance is exactly how you want! Join Thyra this Sunday at Greenlight for an hour of interactive stories and a dance party: bring your best moves! From 3 to 8 years.
Reggae for kids – Brooklyn Bowl
September 8, 2019 – Williamsburg
The Rock and Roll Playhouse keeps children of all ages singing and dancing popular reggae songs.
Second Sundays: September – Governors Island
September 8, 2019 – New York Harbor
Second Sundays is a series of free events that involve the disciplines of Pioneer Works through live music, food, open artist studios and interactive programs.
New York language mapping: Joshua Jelly-Schapiro and Endangered Language Alliance explore the languages spoken on Governors Island (18th-century Filipino and German Tagalog) through their new "New York Languages" map.12-2 PM
Tintype portraits: Rowan Renee will take portraits of tintype on the site using a portable darkroom, hand-mixed chemistry and the historic architecture of Governors Island. 12-4 PM
Pollinator seed pumps: Join us to make seed bombs to spread the friendly flora of bees, butterflies and birds throughout New York City. We will use local materials and seeds collected from the garden.s. 12-4 PM
Gallery dialogues: Betsy Kenyon: Join artist Betsy Kenyon for a tour of LightHouse, an exhibition of works influenced by the time spent at Nolan Park 8B and the history of Governors Island. 2-3 PM
Wave Farm: Sound walks and listening activities: Wave Farm residents Samuel Hertz and Carmelo Pampillonio present their work in radio technologies through listening sessions and practical demonstrations. 2-4 PM
print (dialog): print (dialog) It is a live presentation of computer-generated mini-games. The actors collaborate with the program to discover the meaning within the machine-made language. The results are a surprising, humorous and insightful look at the nature of communication and narration. 4-5 PM
P. Spadine presents musical performances, installations and sound kinetic sculptures with a collection of DIY instruments. secondEgins at 12 p.m.
Nature Walk with Brad Klein: Autumn Bird Migration – Brooklyn Botanical Garden
September 8, 2019 – Crown Heights
In September, bird migration in autumn is underway, with more than 100 species passing through the parks and gardens of New York on their way to their wintering areas. Join naturalist Bradley Klein to learn fall advice for identification, a time that poses special challenges for birdwatchers. Bring binoculars if you have them.
Outdoor Movie Night: Creed II (PG-13) – Randall & # 39; s Island Park Alliance
September 8, 2019 – New York
Watch a free movie under the stars at Randall & # 39; s Island Park. Fun activities before the movie! Free popcorn while supplies last. Creed II reminds us that no matter where you go, remember your roots! Adonis Creed is at the height of his career and happy with his best friend and fiance Bianca at his side. Against the wishes of his mentor Rocky Balboa, Creed accepts a challenge from Viktor Drago. This fight brings a dispute that has extended for more than three decades to its breaking point. It will take Bianca's love and support and Rocky's training to prepare Creed for the confrontation of his life. Bring your family and friends to the front row seats to this epic battle in the ring.
Anime Club – Brooklyn Public Library, Brownsville
Until September 11, 2019 – Brownsville
Are you interested in anime and manga? Come see our anime club where members will see, read and talk about their favorite shows and series! Popcorn always. Ages 12+.
Wildman Steve Brill Food Search Tour – Grand Army Plaza
Until September 14, 2019 – Prospect Heights
A great abundance of fungi and edible and medicinal wild plants make this park a great place to feed in late summer.
Burdock, an expensive detoxifying herb sold in health food stores, abounds in cultivated areas throughout the park. You can use this invasive staple food from East Asia as an excellent root vegetable, or even turn it into Veal Beef Cecina "Wildman".
This 4-hour food tour through Prospect Park begins at 11:45 a.m. Call (914) 835-2153 at least 24 hours in advance to reserve a spot.
Fishing clinics – Brooklyn Bridge Park
Until September 14, 2019 – Brooklyn
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (Conservancy) and Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) are offering more than 500 free and low-cost events over the course of the summer, marking the 20th anniversary of The Nature Conservancy's free public programming at BBP. This summer, The Nature Conservancy is proud to announce the launch of new fishing clinics for children and adults. Participants can learn to tie fishing knots, bait a hook, throw a fishing rod and even roll a fish. Guided by a marine biologist and expert fishermen, they will learn the basics of line fishing, while capturing and releasing some of the aquatic organisms of the Brooklyn Bridge Park. The clinics are partly produced by the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, and the equipment is provided on site. While the sessions are direct, participants are encouraged to confirm their attendance on the website so that instructors can measure the flow.
Build with LEGO – Brooklyn Public Library – Central Library
Until September 24, 2019 – Prospect Heights
Meet new friends and have fun building with LEGO. For children from 6 to 12 years.
Teen Tech Time – Brooklyn Public Library – Central Library
Until September 24, 2019 – Prospect Heights
Its on! Smash the competition, run to the finish line, show off your movements. Come alone or bring a friend, our Wii Switch is your Wii Switch every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. We have Mario Kart, Arms and more. For grades 6 and more.
Child's Hour – Brooklyn Public Library, Williamsburgh
Until September 25, 2019 – Williamsburgh
Listen to great illustrated books aloud, discover delicious finger games and play with other children during this library time dedicated to active young children.
Sing along with Hannah from The Buttons Band – The Wild
Until September 26, 2019 – Williamsburg
The Buttons Band is a cheerful and original children's music band based in Brooklyn. Join Hannah from the band every week for a lively song and dance party for the little ones to move during the afternoon.
This song is scheduled for every Thursday, but we recommend calling ahead to confirm before going.
Kids Create – Brooklyn Public Library – Central Library
Until September 26, 2019 – Prospect Heights
Children! Come to the library and be creative with art projects. For ages 6 to 12.
DIY Friday – Brooklyn Public Library – Central Library
Until September 27, 2019 – Prospect Heights
Create crafts with masking tape, opaque poetry, manga comics and more! Only for teenagers.
Story Game – Brooklyn Public Library
Until September 27, 2019 – Williamsburgh
During this program, we read a couple of stories, sing some songs and it's time to play! Bring your little baby, toddler or preschool for a relaxed and fun morning where you can meet other parents and caregivers. 0 to 5 years old
Staff story time! – Greenlight PLG Library
Until September 28, 2019 – Prospect Lefferts Garden
Neighborhood families are invited to join Greenlight booksellers for story time every Saturday morning! The Greenlight staff chooses their favorite readings to share with younger book lovers, with excellent books ranging from classics and winners to the best new releases and local favorites.
Kayak – Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 2
Until September 28, 2019 – Brooklyn Heights
Glide through the water while kayaking with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Boathouse on Pier 2 floating dock. Children under 18 must have an adult guardian present. All levels are welcome and no experience is needed.
Office Hours – Waterfront Museum
Until September 28, 2019 – Red Hook
The Waterfront Museum is open all year. SATURDAYS 1-5pm Y THURSDAY 4-8pm (Closed Thanksgiving Day and the last two weeks of December) for free tours for families and individuals when the ship is docked at Red Hook. Cross the gangway to the 1914 historic ship. The Lehigh Valley Barge # 79 is on the National Register of Historic Places, the only wooden ship of this type that still floats. Group trips are available for a fee any day by appointment by calling David at (718) 624-4719.
A visit includes a look at the Captain's original dwellings, the tools used by dockers and dockers, and the gongs and bells of the tugboat and barge system. The videos tell the story of the rescue of the mud barge and children love the ball machine that spins, jumps and plays music through gravity.
Saturday Story Time with Imagination Playground – Brooklyn Public Library
Until September 28, 2019 – Park Slope
Join us in the story garden (or in the children's room, if it's raining) to see old and new stories and songs for children of all ages! After story time, we will build giant blocks of blue imagination in the garden on good weather days. Tickets are not required for Saturday story time.
Saturday Story Hour – Brooklyn Public Library, Williamsburgh
Until September 28, 2019 – Williamsburgh
Join us every Saturday to hear new stories and favorite stories read aloud. All ages are welcome!
Public art: Bridge over the tree – Brooklyn Bridge Park
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn Heights
The most recent installation of the Public Art Fund, the bridge over the tree by Iranian artist Siah Armajani, is now open in Empire Fulton Ferry Lawn.
Armajani's work of art presents a 91-foot-long walkway with a set of stairs that rise and fall on a single evergreen tree, inviting us to experience the idea of a bridge in a new way.
Prospect Park Walking Tours – Prospect Park – Westside
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn
Come and enjoy Prospect Park while you learn about its incredible history! Prospect Park Alliance and Turnstile Tours organize a series of walking tours that examine the many layers of natural and human history found in the backyard of Brooklyn.
During the 2019 season, which begins on April 28, visit the park to experience a different tour each week:
- Hidden Treasures Tour (1st Sunday)
- Tour of canals and wells (2nd Sunday)
- Art and architecture tour (3rd Sunday)
- Brooklyn backyard tour: family tour that includes a treasure hunt, plus admission to the zoo and carousel (fourth Sunday)
Kayak in Red Hook – Louis Valentino Jr. Park Pier
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn
With the mission of helping people get on the water and enjoy the port of New York, The Red Hook Boaters offers FREE kayaking in Red Hook.
You will be served in order of arrival; No reservations necessary. Wear a swimsuit or shorts and a T-shirt, wear plenty of sunscreen and bring water to drink.
Note: for minors to row, a legal guardian must be present.
Movie night in Habana Outpost – Habana Outpost
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn
Habana Outpost shows classic films (many of them classified as PG) on its large outdoor screen from late spring to late autumn.
September 1, Jurassic Park PG (1993)
September 8 Fifth Element PG (1997)
September 15, Fight club R (1999)
September 22 Wild wild west PG (1999)
September 29 Paid out R (2002)
Opening hours of the Environmental Education Center – Brooklyn Bridge Park
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn Heights
Get to know the Brooklyn Bridge Park by visiting the 250-gallon aquarium of the East River's Center for Environmental Education full of bugs, a 10-scale model of the Brooklyn Bridge Park, crafts, a reading corner and more.
Sensory Room – Brooklyn Children's Museum
Until September 29, 2019 – Crown Heights
Sensory Room is an inclusive space where children of all abilities can interact with their peers and explore their senses. The sessions in space are balanced between self-guided space exploration and a program facilitated by one of the BCM educators. The program can include story time, a song session, parachute game or meet one of the museum's live animals.
This room was created with an advisory committee of academics and professionals with experience in the service of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Everyone is welcome in this space, inform the educator present if your child has particular needs or sensibilities.
Taste of history: apple butter – Lefferts Historic House
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn
Every weekend in September, Lefferts Historic House offers visitors the opportunity to help peel, cut and discourage apples for the preparation of freshly braised apple butter: a historic way to preserve fresh apples for a sweet and nutritious treatment during all the winter.
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September 2019 Drop-In Play – SPARK by BCM
Until September 29, 2019 – Brooklyn
Hattie Carthan Sunday Market – Herb Hattie Carthan Farm
Until September 29, 2019 – Red Hook
The Hattie Carthan Sunday After Church market opens its 2019 season on August 4.
In the market, you can find:
- Specialty Agricultural Products
- Demos of youth cooking
- Community dinners at the market
- Smoothie Bike Blender
- Farm Fresh Produce
- Community events.
Buy locally grown fresh produce, stone fruits, vegetables, herbs, Hattie Carthan cageless eggs and more.
For any questions about this event, contact Yonnette Fleming at (212) 561-7327 or (protected email).
The Sparrow sisters in the backyard of Norman and Jules – Norman and Jules
Until September 30, 2019 – Brooklyn
Join Mondays in the backyard of the toy store and play in space, Norman and Jules. The Sparrow Sisters perform a sweet mix of folk and children's songs with guitar, ukulele, vocal harmony … in addition to the visit of resident puppet Henry the Caterpillar.
The Sparrow Sisters are a local group of musical parents who interpret their folk music rich in harmony in songs, nurseries / pre-kindergarten (currently in Honeydew Daycare) and birthday parties.
Reading Zoo – Brooklyn Children's Museum
Until October 6, 2019 – Crown Heights
Let your imagination fly with Reading Zoo, an exhibition inspired by stories of animals, natural habitats and highlights of the collection of animal taxidermy of the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
Travel with us through three different environments in North America: the frozen Arctic, the cold northeast coast and the lush northeast forest. In each of these places, you will find taxidermy animals to explore, books that feature the reading of our animal friends, challenges to match the tracks and the animals they leave behind, and opportunities to create and represent their own original stories. Visit the RZ research station for more information about distant places in the world and the amazing animals found there.
Reading Zoo was made possible thanks to the generous support of the New York Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Arts Council and Ikea. Special thanks to our friends at the Brower branch of the Brooklyn Public Library who selected the storybooks presented.
New parent support group – Bend + Bloom Yoga
Until October 17, 2019 – Park Slope
Join the postpartum doula Tina Goldstein for this 6-week series. Our New Parent Support Group is a supportive space where you can share your experiences and concerns, ask questions and form a community with other parents. Every hour and a half focuses on a topic related to the deep transition to parenthood, but is open to individual concerns, so bring your baby (newborns up to 18 months), your questions and your lunch, and meet new friends . who really "understands" what is happening. Topics may include:
- Birth stories
- Balancing relationships
- Self image
- …and more!
Tavern Terrace summer concert series – Historic Richmond Town
Until October 26, 2019 – Staten Island
Staten Island's biggest backyard party returns for another fun-filled season in historic Richmond Town!
The Terrace will be open on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the summer, with live music every Saturday! The Tavern Terrace in historic Richmond Town is fun for the whole family! Bring a blanket and have a picnic!
Enjoy classic outdoor games like giant jenga and cornhole before cooling off at the Egger’s Ice Cream Parlor ice cream parlor with a sweet gift!
Green Team 2019 – Brooklyn Bridge Park
Until October 26, 2019 – Brooklyn Heights
The Green Team provides essential horticultural care to the Park, including planting, mulching and the removal of invasive plants. Green Team is a wonderful opportunity to learn about gardening, enjoy nature and make the park look better.
Saturdays from May 25 to October 26, 2019, from 10 a.m. at 12 p.m.
All volunteers must complete an exemption and take it to their first voluntary activity in the park. Volunteers 18 years of age or younger must submit their resignation signed by a parent or guardian before any activity begins; Volunteers 16 years old or younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No experience is required.
Groups with 10 members or less can join the Green Team sessions. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator / Elizabeth Harnett at (protected email) To request an appointment.
New volunteers, complete this form to confirm your attendance. Registered volunteers, log in to your volunteer profile to schedule your appointment.
Photo by Alexa Hoyer.
work: groundNYC & # 39; s The Yard – Governors Island
Until October 27, 2019 – New York Harbor
play: groundNYC is back for the fourth year in Governors Island, managing and operating The Yard, a 50,000-square-foot adventure playground packed with loose pieces, tools and space for you to play, imagine and dream big. This year, play: groundNYC will offer an adventure club, field trips, professional development for educators, a ten-week summer camp program and, of course, free games every weekend throughout the season.
New York Volcano Virtual Observatory – Governors Island
Until October 27, 2019 – New York Harbor
The New York Volcano Virtual Observatory brings the experience of exploring a volcano to Governors Island. Join CUNY volcanologists and other New York City institutions to discover the complex life of magmas and volcanoes, and the rich volcanic history of the New York region, through virtual reality experiences, a sound gallery of volcanoes, guest speakers and activities for children.
Smorgasburg – Prospect Park, east side: Breeze Hill
Until October 27, 2019 – Prospect Lefferts Garden
Smorgasburg, the famous outdoor food fair, returns to Prospect Park this spring! On Sundays from April 7 to October 27, more than 100 local and regional food suppliers will meet at Breeze Hill to offer a variety of cuisines.
Story Time – Stories Bookshop + Storytelling Lab
Until October 28, 2019 – Park Slope
5 days a week we offer a Storytime run by the staff of 30 minutes, full of songs and stories, perfect for children with their adults.
• We ask that you park the strollers outside during story time as it is full. Arrive 10 minutes before to guarantee a seat. We are a nut free space. And the more adults participate, the more the children have fun!
Images of women in the space age – New York Hall of Science
Until November 03, 2019 – Corona
This exhibition includes vintage and current images of women as aviators and astronauts of fashion, television, film, pop culture and toys (for example, Barbie and LEGO astronaut dolls), as well as new developments in fashion inspired by the Space (space suits / space suits for women) This unique exhibition shows the achievements of the pioneer astronauts of the United States and highlights the fascination for space women. From the first lunar goddesses to the current galactic fashions, the visions of women in space have awakened the creative imagination.
The exhibition includes photographs of pioneer astronauts, such as Sally Ride, the first space woman in the United States, Mae Jemison, the first African-American astronaut in the United States, and Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in the United States to go to space. There are also photographs of Dr. Ellen K. Baker, an astronaut who has recorded more than 600 hours in space. Dr. Baker grew up in New York City and is the daughter of former Queens County President Claire Shulman.
Old and current images of women traveling to space on television shows such as Lost in Space Y Star Trek,Space-inspired fashion photographs, including Pucci designs for the hostesses of Braniff Airlines and the futuristic dresses of Chanel in 2017, and screenshots of movies like Barbarella, starring Jane Fonda and Gravity, which one starring Sandra Bullock.
Brooklyn Borough Hall Saturday Greenmarket – Brooklyn Borough Hall
Until December 7, 2019 – Brooklyn Center
Buy fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables throughout the year at your local green market! You can also participate in programs such as nutrition workshops, clothing collections and junk food collections.
New York Road Runners Open Run – Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6
Until December 18, 2019 – Brooklyn Heights
Open Run is a new community-based initiative that allows local volunteers to bring free weekly races to local neighborhood parks throughout New York. All races are run by volunteers and are free for all participants. The finish line is open until the last person has finished. Courses vary by park, but are between 2½ and 3 miles.
Participants are encouraged to arrive 15 minutes before the start of the race and to leave their valuables at home as baggage registration is not provided. It is not necessary to do anything before the race, just introduce yourself. Open to all ages, experience levels, walkers, walkers, dogs: all are welcome.
Sleeping Beauty – Puppetworks Inc.
Until December 22, 2019 – Brooklyn
Perrault's true fairy tale with music by Tchaikovsky is adapted for puppets by Nicolas Coppola. Suggested for over 4 years.
Two faeries meet the sleeping beauty. Puppets by Nicolas Coppola. TA Smith Photos
Delivery Friday – Brooklyn Game Lab
Until December 27, 2019 – Park Slope
An opportunity to play Dungeons and Dragons with some of the best "Dungeon Masters" in New York! They create characters and conduct multi-month campaigns with a band of adventurous children every week, making great friends while searching for treasures and glory. New players are welcome every week.
Marc Goldberg Photography photo
Saturday author's story time – Greenlight Library
Until December 28, 2019 – Fort Greene
Authors and illustrators of illustrated books visit on Saturdays to present their new books with interactive readings and drawings, and often activities and crafts as well.
History time of Sunday's bookstore – Greenlight Bookstore
Until December 29, 2019 – Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Neighborhood families are invited to join Greenlight booksellers for story time every Sunday morning. Greenlight staff chooses their favorite readings aloud to share with younger book lovers, with excellent books ranging from classics and winners to the best new releases and local favorites.
Apollo 11: First Steps Edition – New York Hall of Science
Until January 21, 2020 – Corona
Scheduled to coincide with the 50th anniversary of NASA's celebrated Apollo 11 mission, Apollo 11: First steps edition It is an exciting 2D film experience that shows the real-life moments of the first lunar landing. With images never seen before and a treasure of newly discovered audio recordings, the filmmakers reconstruct the exciting final moments of preparation, takeoff, landing and return of this historic mission, one of humanity's greatest achievements and the first to put Men on the moon. .
Immersed in the perspectives of astronauts, the Mission Control team and the millions of spectators on the ground, we live vividly those momentous days and hours in 1969, when humanity made a giant leap into the future, leaving us amazed at human ingenuity. and the impulse that led us to space.
Directed by Todd Douglas Miller, Apollo 11: First steps edition It is produced by Statement Pictures in partnership with CNN Films and presented by Land Rover and Samsung. The film is distributed by MacGillivray Freeman Films.
Duration: 25 minutes.
Superpower Dogs 3D – New York Science Hall
Until May 31, 2020 – Corona
Join an immersive 3D adventure to experience the life-saving superpowers and the extraordinary bravery of some of the world's most incredible dogs. In this inspiring real story, our best friends are also real-life superheroes. Travel the world to meet extraordinary dogs that save lives and discover the powerful bond they share with their human partners.
Follow Halo, a rookie puppy who is training to join one of the elite elite disaster response teams in the United States; Henry, an expert in avalanche rescue in the Canadian Rockies; Reef, a Newfoundland lifeguard with the Italian coast guard; Ricochet, a California surf legend who helps people with special needs; and the Bloodhound brothers, Tipper and Tony, who lead the fight to save endangered species in Africa. As we discover the incredible abilities of dogs and the amazing science behind their super powers, we will never look at our best friends in the same way! 45 minutes.
Duration: 45 minutes.
An opening – Brooklyn Historical Society
Until June 30, 2020 – Brooklyn Heights
An opening, An installation of audiovisual works of art by Brooklyn-based artist Kameelah Janan Rasheed relates to a multitude of Muslim experiences in Brooklyn. Eleven large-scale Rasheed prints are placed in conversation with audio narratives from oral stories taken from recent BHS publications Muslims in Brooklyn draft. The result is an immersive encounter with art and sound that defies narrow conceptions of Muslim identity and history.
Muslims in Brooklyn es un proyecto público de arte e historia que amplifica las historias de las diversas comunidades musulmanas de Brooklyn. Durante más de un siglo, los musulmanes han vivido, trabajado y rezado en Brooklyn, convirtiéndolo en un importante centro de la vida musulmana para la ciudad de Nueva York y la nación. Como tal, las historias y experiencias de las comunidades musulmanas de Brooklyn tienen una gran resonancia para las conversaciones nacionales sobre diversidad religiosa y pluralismo.
Transit Tots – Museo del tránsito de Nueva York
Hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2020 – Brooklyn Heights
Diríjase al Museo de Tránsito de Nueva York todos los jueves para ver historias, exploración de arte e investigaciones prácticas de temas divertidos como animales subterráneos, las personas y edificios de la ciudad de Nueva York, colores y formas, y, por supuesto, los subterráneos de la ciudad y autobuses! Gratis con entrada. Para niños de 2 a 5 años y acompañantes adultos.
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