Happenings: Park Slope

Sat

21

Oct
Art
Gowanus Open Studios 2017
Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Park Slope

Gowanus Open Studios, aka GOS, is the weekend of October 21 - 22, 2017, with artists in the Gowanus neighborhood (and slightly beyond) opening their studio doors and welcoming the public to view art, meet the artists, learn about the process of art-making, and get a glimpse of the life of artists.

Sat

21

Oct
Special Event
South Brooklyn Progressives
Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Park Slope

Local green-friendly businesses Brooklyn SolarWorks, Movers, Not Shakers and Halstead Real Estate team up with The Gate for a networking event bringing together like-minded businesses and individuals to kickstart the South Brooklyn Progressives at Park Slope’s original craft beer pub, The Gate, located at 321 5th Avenue on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 3pm to 7pm.

Sat

21

Oct
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

Sun

22

Oct
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

Sat

28

Oct
Family Fun
Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s zany and colorful festival celebrating Halloween and the harvest season, Ghouls & Gourds
Park Slope, Beyond South Brooklyn

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s zany and colorful festival celebrating Halloween and the harvest season, Ghouls & Gourds, returns Saturday, October 28, 2017, to Park Slope. Visitors of all ages are invited to enjoy this cornucopia of spectacular shows, weird workshops, and Brooklyn’s wackiest costume parade.

Sat

28

Oct
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

Sun

29

Oct
Family Fun
Old Stone House Halloween Costume Contest and Mini Parade
Park Slope

Roll out that great Halloween costume early for our Park Slope Parents sponsored Costume Contest and Mini-Parade at the Old Stone House of Brooklyn on Sunday, October 29, 2017, perfect for anyone who can’t stay up past 6:30 pm!

Sun

29

Oct
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

Sat

4

Nov
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

Sun

5

Nov
Art
AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING  GREEN-WOOD
Park Slope

Matthew Jensen bring his unique perspective and artist’s curiosity to AMONG TREES AND STONES: WALKING GREEN-WOOD, a special exhibit and walking tours
created through his many walks through the cemetery from September 23 to November 29, 2017.

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AAIUH's Marilyn Fraser with honorees Dr Robert Gore, Kathy Chin, and Soledad O'Brien

SportsBall 2017, the 23rd Annual Black Tie & Sneakers Gala of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health (AAIUH), took place on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

The Museum of the City of New York presents Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, as part of its second season of the nonfiction film series, Smile, It’s Your Close Up: New York's Documentaries, which zooms in on key moments, individuals, and communities to pose the question: “What makes New Yor