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Monday, Dec. 18 (See map view)

Macy’s Santaland transports the young and young-at-heart into a fantasy world of glittering pine trees, snow-capped mountains, twinkling lights, cuddly animals, and gingerbread cookies. Located on the 8th floor of the iconic flagship store, this 13,000 square foot Christmas Village is filled with holiday treasures, taking customers on a special visit with the one and only Santa Claus.

Dazzling children and adults , the display features Lionel trains traveling along a 34’ long, two-level, “O” gauge model train layout. Departing from a miniature replica of Grand Central Terminal on their way to the North Pole, this year’s exhibition showcases the Transit Museum’s Lionel Metro-North, Polar Express, and vintage subway train sets. A selection from the …

8 am to 8 pm.

Mummies will offer an up-close look at one of the largest collections of mummies housed in North America. From ancient Egypt to pre-Columbian Peru, the exhibition will explore the intersection between societies, their environment, and the preparations they made for their dead.

10am.

Celebrate the holidays with fun family crafts; beading studio; donut decorating; game show and the Lighting of the Grand Menorah

12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from! (Closed 9/20 and 9/21 for Rosh Hashanah)

1 pm to 3 pm.

Pick, press, pour, and explore the art of olive oil making in a fun and interactive workshop.

1:30 pm.

Featuring live music, a children’s clown, and treats.

4 pm.

A special Menorah lighting ceremony with Chabad Park Slope and Lullaby Baby. Donuts, latkes, music, and more.

4 pm.

The annual celebration of the potato pancake features dozens of Brooklyn restaurants trying to out-do each other with creative interpretations of the traditional latke, along with dancing and drinks all night.

6 pm.

Ginia Bellafante of the New York Times moderates a conversation with Erica Mateo and Deron Johnston from the Brownsville Community Justice Center; and David Burney, director of Pratt’s Urban Placemaking and Management program.

6:30 pm.

Snacks, fun, and a photo booth.

6:30 pm.

An evening of art, food, and conversation.

7 pm–9 pm.

Every night in December, an artist will provide a free one-pot meal for 15–20 people, and present a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, or other event.

7 pm.

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

7PM–9PM.

A weekly stand-up comedy night hosted by Aparna Nancherla, Maeve Higgins and Jo Firestone.

8 pm.

Tuesday, Dec. 19 (See map view)

Macy’s Santaland transports the young and young-at-heart into a fantasy world of glittering pine trees, snow-capped mountains, twinkling lights, cuddly animals, and gingerbread cookies. Located on the 8th floor of the iconic flagship store, this 13,000 square foot Christmas Village is filled with holiday treasures, taking customers on a special visit with the one and only Santa Claus.

Dazzling children and adults , the display features Lionel trains traveling along a 34’ long, two-level, “O” gauge model train layout. Departing from a miniature replica of Grand Central Terminal on their way to the North Pole, this year’s exhibition showcases the Transit Museum’s Lionel Metro-North, Polar Express, and vintage subway train sets. A selection from the …

8 am to 8 pm.

Mummies will offer an up-close look at one of the largest collections of mummies housed in North America. From ancient Egypt to pre-Columbian Peru, the exhibition will explore the intersection between societies, their environment, and the preparations they made for their dead.

10am.

Celebrate the holidays with fun family crafts; beading studio; donut decorating; game show and the Lighting of the Grand Menorah

12:30 pm to 3 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from! (Closed 9/20 and 9/21 for Rosh Hashanah)

1 pm to 3 pm.

Pick, press, pour, and explore the art of olive oil making in a fun and interactive workshop.

1:30 pm.

Taste 15 dishes from a vegan buffet and meet the city’s vegan community. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.

6 pm.

Ae free meeting is designed for family and friends who are caring for people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Pre-registration is required: call (646) 744-2900 to register.

6 pm.

An evening of art, food, and conversation.

7 pm–9 pm.

Every night in December, an artist will provide a free one-pot meal for 15–20 people, and present a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, or other event.

7 pm.

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

7PM–9PM.

Brooklyn folk-rock band Wilder Maker plays at this three-course Italian dinner, with complimentary beer.

7 pm.

The storytelling show features holiday stories from features Jo Firestone, Robin Gelfenbein, and more.

7:30 pm.

Brooklyn Opera Works presents a celebration of classical art song. After the concert, enjoy a glass of German mulled wine.

7:30 pm.

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