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Thursday, March 30 (See map view)

St. Joseph’s College professors explore the societal impact of sugar consumption.

9 am.

Children make inspired artwork. Learn about Kehinde Wiley, Titus Kaphar, Alma thomas and Ebony Patterson.

10 am to noon.

The show features thousands of orchids in a classic Thai garden setting. The grand centerpiece of the design will be the façade of a sala, a traditional pavilion used for shade and relaxation, with a signature sweeping gabled roofline festooned with exquisite orchids.

10 am to 6pm.

Stories, games and surprises for our youngest transportation fans! Free with admission. For ages 2-5 and adult companions.

10:15 am to 11 am.

The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre presents three classic tales from Hans Christian Andersen "The Princess and the Pea," “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and “The Ugly Duckling.” For children ages 3 to 9.

10:30 am and 2 pm.

The soul circus features human and animal talent, including elephants, the Fresh Clownsss dancers, motocross performers, and more. With a free shuttle bus from Brooklyn College subway stop.

10:30 am and 7 pm.

A new look at the renowned modernist artist and her self-crafted public persona.

11 am–10 pm.

The iconic feminist artist’s first retrospective, highlighting her technical virtuosity and examination of some of our deepest cultural impulses, compulsions, and fantasies.

11 am–10 pm.

Babies and toddlers enjoy a full fountain musical morning.

11 am to noon.

Artist Jeremy Deller used the traditional life-model drawing class to stage a performative event with musician and personality Iggy Pop as model and subject. Come see the results!

11 am–10 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from!

12:30 pm to 2:30 pm.

The children’s book illustrator presents and exhibit of cut, folded, and painted paper.

1–7 pm.

visitors of all ages are invited to design and build with an array of blocks including Magna-Tiles, Imagination Playground, Kapla Planks, and more. Block play supports critical social and cognitive skills in early childhood- everything from team building, creative thinking and problem solving to spatial reasoning and pre-engineering concepts. Different scales of blocks enable hands of all sizes to build and be challenged.

2 pm to 5:30 pm.

Attorneys from Connors and Sullivan law firm host a free seminar on elder law, trusts and estates law, and estate planning.

3 pm and 7 pm.

Get to know Brooklyn Bridge Park and visit the giant aquarium filled with East River critters, a 10’ scale model of Brooklyn Bridge Park, the reading corner, and so much more.

3 pm to 5 pm.

Enjoy an evening of a delicious dinner, wine, dessert, chance to win fabulous prizes and valet parking! With a $10,000 grand prize

6:30 pm.

The world premiere performance of a new work by W4 New Music Collective is the headlining act for The String Orchestra of Brooklyn’s String Theories Festival.

7 pm.

Bay Ridge Manor House hosts a showcase of wedding vendors and shows off its renovated venue.

7–9 pm.

The co-founder of Ugly Duckling Presse reads from his new poetry collection "Out of Print."

7 pm.

A music, dance, and raffle-filled evening to raise funds to support PS 15. With food from the Good Fork, Hometown Barbecue, Hope & Anchor and Brooklyn Crab.

7 pm.

The dance group celebrates its 30th anniversary with three dances representing the past, present, and future of the company.

7:30 pm.

Dark House Theater hosts a fund-raiser for its new season, with food, drinks, the one-act horror play "Whistle in the Dark,"and an excerpt from the upcoming horror musical “The Pond.”

8–11 pm.

Violence and betrayal, angels and prophets, villains and kings...and chickens. This epic production by Liars & Believers swings from absurd buffoonery to high tragedy, with kinetic physicality, silliness, swords, and a live synthwave score. The show runs 90 minutes (no intermission) with live music, clowning, physical theatre, and swordplay.

8 pm.

Told through the eyes of a little girl and her cat, this play tells the true story of British townsfolk and the African American soldiers sent to rehearse the Normandy invasion from their shores.

8 pm.

The orchestra premieres a new work by West Fourth New Music Collective.

8 pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

The funkiest tribute band show around! With performances by Snarky Puppy, the Trey Anastasio Band, Turkuaz, Rubblebucket, and more.

8:30 pm.

Friday, March 31 (See map view)

The show features thousands of orchids in a classic Thai garden setting. The grand centerpiece of the design will be the façade of a sala, a traditional pavilion used for shade and relaxation, with a signature sweeping gabled roofline festooned with exquisite orchids.

10 am to 6pm.

The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre presents three classic tales from Hans Christian Andersen "The Princess and the Pea," “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and “The Ugly Duckling.” For children ages 3 to 9.

10:30 am and 2 pm.

The soul circus features human and animal talent, including elephants, the Fresh Clownsss dancers, motocross performers, and more. With a free shuttle bus from Brooklyn College subway stop.

10:30 am and 7 pm.

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