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Saturday, Sept. 29

11 am: Story time at Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn Heights). Free. Call (718) 246-4996 for info.

Noon–4 pm: Carousel rides at Jane’s Carousel (56 Main St., at Water Street in DUMBO). $1. Sorry, no phone number.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “The Prince and The Magic Flute.” Puppetworks (336 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in Park Slope). $8, $7 kids. Reservations suggested. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

1 pm: Big Apple Circus (mini-performance). Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch (Flatbush Avenue at Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights). Free. Call (718) 230-2100 for info.

Sunday, Sept. 30

11 am and 2 pm: Kid’s musical, “Class Clown.” Bay Ridge Jewish Center (405 81st St., at Fourth Avenue). $12, $10 kids. Call (718) 836-3103 for info.

1 pm: Make art with leaves. Fort Greene Visitor Center (enter park at Myrtle Avenue and Washington park). Free. Call 311 for info.

Noon–4 pm: Carousel rides. See Saturday, Sept. 29.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Sept. 29.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

3:30 pm: Kid’s author Adele Griffin. Barnes and Noble (267 Seventh Ave., at Sixth Street in Park Slope). Free. Call (718) 832-9066 for info.

Saturday, Oct. 6

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Sept. 29.

3 pm: Kid’s author David Ezra Stein. Barnes and Noble (267 Seventh Ave., at Sixth Street in Park Slope). Free. Call (718) 832-9066 for info.

Sunday, Oct. 7

11 am–5 pm: Neighborhood festival in Weeksville. Herkimer Street between New York and Brooklyn avenues. Free. Call (718) 636-6972 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Sept. 29.

Updated 4:32 pm, July 9, 2018
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