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Friday, May 22 (See map view)

NESH: Mind, Body, Soul launches their yoga classes, open to participants of all levels. 7 am, 8:30 am, 10 am.

Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.

An exhibit of nine works on canvas by Tobin Eason, influenced by the dance and performing arts scene in New York City. 10 am–9 pm.

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum explores transportation with "From Here to There," consisting of twelve interactive exhibits, helping kids explore transportation by land, sea, and air, and the mechanics that go into it. 10 am–5 pm.

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

The Museum of Science Fiction, the world’s first science fiction museum, will showcase the winners and runners-up of its Architectural Design Competition. 10 am–6 pm.

Playtime for kids aged 0–5. 10:30 am–11:30 am.

Brooklyn-born artist Jean-Michel Basquiat filled numerous notebooks with poetry fragments, wordplay, sketches, and personal observations ranging from street life and popular culture to themes of race, class, and world history. The first major exhibition of the artist’s notebooks, Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks features 160 pages of these rarely seen documents, along with related works on paper and large-scale paintings. 11 am–6 pm.

The first museum survey of Brooklyn artist Kehinde Wiley’s prolific career. 11 am–6 pm.

A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.

An exhibition of artist, activist, and educator Ché Baraka’s work exploring cultural and social tropes found in African American culture. 11 am–6 pm.

The exhibition features a multimedia, site-specific installation created by Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh, continuing her exploration of iconic female characters, such as goddesses and female superheroes, and how they connect to contemporary feminist ideas and imagery. 11 am–6 pm.

"Ignis Fatuus" is a canvas exhibition by Darina Karpov, inspired by the phosphorescent light of the same name. Seen by travelers at night, especially over swamps or marshes, Ignis Fatuus said to recede if approached, drawing travelers away from the safe path. 11 am–6 pm.

A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.

A site-specific installation inspired by the Hindu goddess Kali. 11 am–6 pm.

The first museum survey of artist Kehinde Wiley’s prolific career. 11 am–6 pm.

In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.

For those 60 and older. 11 am.

For those 60 and older. Noon–1 pm.

Join the Prospect Park Alliance for nature education programs at the Prospect Park Audubon Center, the first urban Audubon Center in the nation. Noon–4 pm.

BHS’s photography and correspondence collection reveals the personal stories of Brooklyn soldiers and their families during the American Civil War, uncovering tales that are often moving, light-hearted, and tragic at the same time. Noon– 5 pm.

A collection of whimsical, visual tales of powerful female protagonists on earthly and otherworldly adventures from artists Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski and Sheena Rose. Noon–7 pm.

Featuring work by painter and illustrator Deth P. Sun. Noon–7 pm.

Alt Space’s inaugural exhibition, featuring new paintings and a floor-to-ceiling installation of works from artist Brian Leo. Noon–7 pm.

Using plastics and refuse gathered from their neighborhood, artists Raul de Nieves and Erik Zajaceskowski create large-scale immersive environment mapping multiple narratives and mythologies of creation, destruction, and consumption that are anchored in ritual, place, and history. 1–6 pm.

JASA Luna Park Senior Center holds computer classes for seniors, open to those of all levels. 1–2 pm.

For those 60 and older. 2 pm.

Free relaxation and meditation class for seniors. 2 pm.

Kids receive a free book when they sign up, on their birthday, and every third week if they checkout two books per week. 2 pm.

Tweens and teens enjoy books, Nintendo and Playstation videogames, and music, while participating in Reading is Fundamental. 3:30–5 pm.

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