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Saturday, June 7

11 am: Melanie Hope Greenberg reads “Mermaids on Parade.” Gumbo (493 Atlantic Ave., at Third Avenue in Boerum Hill). Free. Call (718) 855-7808.

11 am: Storytime at Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown Brooklyn). Free. Call (718) 246-4996.

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Pkwy., at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights). $8, $4 students and seniors; free for members and kids 12 and younger. Call (718) 638-5000 for info.

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

1 pm-2:30 pm: Melanie Hope Greenberg reads “Mermaids on Parade.” New York City Transit Museum (corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street in Downtown), $5 adults, $3 children. Call (718) 694-6000.

Sunday, June 8

Noon-3:30 pm: School carnival. PS 230 (1 Albemarle Rd. at Dahill Road in Kensington). Free. Call (718) 330-9380 for info.

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. See Saturday, June 7.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 7.

Monday, June 10

9:30 am: Music and movement for toddlers. Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 Fifth Ave., at Eighth Street in Park Slope). $90 for six weeks. Call (718) 832-0018.

Thursday, June 12

9:30 am: Music and movement. See Monday, June 10.

Saturday, June 14

11 am: Dr. Seuss storytime. Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown). Free. Call (718) 246-4996.

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. See Saturday, June 7.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 7.

Sunday, June 15

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. See Saturday, June 7.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 7.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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