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Saturday, March 15

10 am: Video workshop. Prospect Park YMCA (357 Ninth St., between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Park Slope) Free. Call (718) 789-8170 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Cinderella.” Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in Park Slope). $8, $7 kids. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

10 am and 11:30 am: Chocolate Chip Chamber Music. Old First Reformed Church (126 Seventh Ave., at Carroll Street in Park Slope). $7, $6 kids. Call (718) 636-7414 for info.

Sunday, March 16

2 pm: Easter Egg Hunt. Marine Park (Fillmore Avenue at Marine Parkway). Free. Call (718) 238-6044 for info.

2 pm: “Sleeping Beauty.” Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College (2900 Campus Rd., at Hillel Place in Midwood). $12. Call (718) 951-4500 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Cinderella.” See Saturday, March 15.

4 pm: Chocolate Chip Chamber Music. See Saturday, March 15.

Monday, March 17

4 pm: News workshop. Prospect Park YMCA (357 Ninth St., at Sixth Avenue in Park Slope) Free. Call (718) 789-8170 for info.

Saturday, March 22

10 am: Easter Egg Hunt. Brooklyn Heights Playground (Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Street). Free. Visit www.bhplaygrounds.org for info.

11 am: Easter Egg Hunt. Park at the foot of Washington Street in DUMBO. Free. Call (718) 802-0603 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Cinderella.” See Saturday, March 15.

2 pm: Easter Egg Hunt. McKinley Park (75th Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway). Free. Call (718) 238-6044 for info.

Sunday, March 23

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Cinderella.” See Saturday, March 15.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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