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MUSIC: Bargemusic hosts a tribute to Sept. 11. Music for all who wish to come. 9 am. Fulton Ferry Landing. (718) 624-4061. Free.

DAY OF PRAYER: St. Francis Xavier Church offers a day of continuous, silent prayer in commemoration of the World Trade Center. 9:30 am to 9 pm. Sixth Avenue at Carroll Street. (718) 638-1880.

YOGA: Eastern Athletic cancels regular classes for the day, and offers a program of yoga, meditation and healing exercises. 9:30 am to 9 pm. Locations in Brooklyn Heights, Metrotech and Prospect Park. (718) 625-0500. Free.

REMEMBRANCE SERVICE: Brooklyn Heights Clergy Association offers a community interfaith service. Noon. Service ends with a silent march to the promenade. Plymouth Church, 75 Hicks St. (718) 852-2453.

MASS: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church will hold a Sept. 11 mass. Eleventh Avenue between 80th and 81st streets. Noon. (718) 745-2505.

ORGAN CONCERT: 9-11 memorial concert at St. Ann’s Church. 1 pm. Montague and Henry streets. (718) 875-6960.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: St. Joseph’s College offers a service for the victims of 9-11. 1 pm. Mall in front of Dillon Center, 245 Clinton Ave. (718) 399-2602.

MEMORIAL CONCERT: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church presents a concert titled "Musical Triptych" on the anniversary of 9-11. Musical story focuses on three themes: heroes, eternal rest and hope. 4 pm. 199 Carroll St. (718) 625-4126. Free.

BAMCINEMATEK: To celebrate the spirit of NYC, BAM presents Woody Allen’s film, "Manhattan." 2, 4:30, 6:50 and 9:10 pm. 30 Lafayette Ave. (718) 636-4111. Free.

WRITERS AND POETS: Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library, hosts a meeting of Writers and Poets, hosted by WNYC radio host Leonard Lopate. Group reflects on 9-11. 6 pm. Grand Army Plaza. (718) 802-3832.

COUNSELING: To help the community cope with the first anniversary of Sept. 11, The Neighborhood Counseling Center offers group counseling. 6 to 7 pm for teens, 7 to 8 pm for adults. 7701 13th Ave. (718) 232-1351. Free.

CANDLELIGHT VIGIL: Arab-American Family Support Center offers a walk to the Brooklyn Heights promenade from Atlantic Avenue at Court Street. 6 pm. (718) 802-3832.

PRAYER SERVICE: South Brooklyn Catholics host a night of remembrance and reflection commemorating the one-year anniversary of 9-11. 7:30 pm. Sacred Hearts and St. Stephen Church, corner of Summit and Hicks streets. (718) 596-7750.

VIGIL: Prospect Park band shell is official Brooklyn site of a citywide vigil. Performances by the Brooklyn Philharmonic and Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Bring a candle and blanket or chair. 7 pm. Enter park at Prospect Park West and Ninth Street. (718) 802-3832.

COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE: at Temple Beth Ahavath Sholom. 7:30 pm. 2166 Benson Ave. (718) 372-0933.

JEWISH PRAYER: Congregation B’nai Avraham will hold its regular morning service on the Brooklyn Heights promenade at the Pierrepont entrance at 7:45 am. Volunteers will offer spiritual guidance and distribute shabbat and holiday candles. Shofar blowing and minute of silence at 8:46 am. Communal reading of Tehillim (Psalms) followed by second shofar blowing at 9:02 am. (718) 596-4840. Free.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM OF ART: New exhibit: "Photographs of Ground Zero." Photos taken by Gary Miller at the site of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 and 12, 2001. In addition, the museum marks the first anniversary of Sept. 11 by waiving admissions for the day. Throughout the month of September, visitors are invited to share feelings about last year’s attacks by making entries in notebooks. 10 am to 5 pm. 200 Eastern Parkway. (718) 638-5000. Free.
Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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