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Saturday, June 28

11 am: Story time. Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown Brooklyn). Free. Call (718) 246-4158 for info.

11 am: “Daydream,” a short version of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Imagination Playground (enter Prospect Park on Ocean Avenue between Lincoln Road and Parkside Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens). Free. Call (718) 393-7733 for info.

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Pkwy., at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights). $8, free for members and children 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 for info.

1 pm: Nature-themed craft workshop. Fort Greene Park (Myrtle Avenue and Washington Park). Free. Call 311 for info.

1 pm: Melanie Hope Greenberg reads from “Mermaids on Parade.” Superfine (126 Front St., at Pearl Street in DUMBO). Free. Call (718) 243-9005 for info.

2 pm: “Cinderella.” Chez Bushwick (304 Boerum St., at White Street in Bushwick). Call (866) 811-4111 for info.

3:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” Brooklyn Lyceum (227 Fourth Ave., at President Street in Park Slope). $20, $10 kids. Call (718) 857-4816 for info.

Sunday, June 29

1 pm: Learn about owls. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay). Free. Call 311 for info.

11 am and 2 pm: Art workshop. See Saturday, June 28.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 28.

3 pm: “Daydream.” See Saturday, June 28.

3:30 pm: “Hansel and Gretel.” See Saturday, June 28.

Monday, June 30

9 am: Junior Ranger Camp. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay). $65 per week. For info, visit www.nyc.gov/parks.

Friday, July 4

Noon: Learn about the eagle. Audubon Center (enter Prospect Park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue). Free. Call (718) 965-8999 for info.

1 pm: Arts and crafts. Lefferts Historic House (enter Prospect Park on Flatbush Avenue near Empire Boulevard). Free. Call (718) 965-8999 for info.

10 am-6 pm: Free admission. New York Aquarium (West Eighth Street and Surf Avenue). Call (718) 265-FISH for info.

Saturday, July 5

11 am: “Daydream.” See Saturday, June 28.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 28.

Sunday, July 6

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 28.

3 pm: PLG Arts presents “Daydream.” See Saturday, June 28.

Monday, July 7

10 am-4 pm: Summer on the Green camp. Green Cottage (Prospect Park Parade Ground, corner of Caton and Coney Island avenues). Free. Program runs through August 15. Call (718) 965-8999 for info.

2:30 pm: Arts program. Science and Movement. Pierrepont Playground (end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

3:30 pm: Creative movement. Pierrepont Playground (end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

Wednesday, July 9

4 pm: Lloyd Miller (of the Deedle Deedle Dees) performs. Carroll Park (Smith and President streets). Free. Visit www.carrollparkbrooklyn.org/concerts for info.

Friday, July 11

10:30 am: Queen Nur’s “Sweet Potato Pie and Such” storytelling event. Brower Park (behind the Brooklyn Children’s Museum at 145 Brooklyn Ave., at St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights). Free. Call (718) 735-4400 for info.

10 am-6 pm: Aquarium free admission. See Friday, July 4.

Saturday, July 12

11 am: “Daydream.” See Saturday, June 28.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, June 28.

2 pm: “Cinderella.” See Saturday, June 28.

Sunday, July 13

Noon-8 pm: Bastille Day for kids. Brower Park (behind the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 145 Brooklyn Ave., at St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights). Free. Call (718) 735-4400 for info.

3 pm: “Daydream.” See Saturday, June 28.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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