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Saturday, July 19

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

Noon: 61st Annual Macy’s Fishing Contest. Prospect Park Audubon Center (enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue). Call 311 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.

2 pm: Ezra Jack Keats story hour. Prospect Park’s Imagination Playground (enter park on Ocean Avenue between Parkside Avenue and Lincoln Road). Free. Call (718) 965-8951 for info.

Sunday, July 20

11:30 am: “Humorphous,” a site-specific dance throughout the zoo. Prospect Park Zoo (enter park at Flatbush Avenue just north of Empire Boulevard). Visit www.humorphous.com for info.

Noon: Fishing Contest. See Saturday, July 19.

1 pm: “Bottle Biology.” Create a soda bottle terrarium. Bring an empty two-liter bottle. Salt Marsh Center (3302 Ave. U, at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay). Free. Call 311 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 19.

3 pm: “Daydream.” See Saturday, July 19.

Monday, July 21

2:30 pm: Summer arts program. Pierrepont Playground (end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

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

Tuesday, July 22

10:30 am and 1 pm: Youth Theatre Festival. South Oxford Space (138 S. Oxford St., at Hanson Place in Fort Greene). $5. Call (718) 857-2783 for info.

11 am: Interactive play and stories for kids 18 to 36 months. Brooklyn Public Library Cortelyou branch (1305 Cortelyou Rd., at Argyle Road in Ditmas Park). Free. Call (718) 693-7763 for info.

Wednesday, July 23

4 pm: Randy Kaplan in concert. Carroll Park (President Street at Smith Street). Free. Visit www.carrollparkbrooklyn.org/concerts for info.

Thursday, July 24

11 am: “Red Storm,” a Native American pow-wow. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U, at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay) Free. Call 311 for info.

10:30 am and 1 pm: Youth Theatre Festival. See July 22.

5 pm: Workshop. Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum (5816 Clarendon Rd., at East 58th Street in East Flatbush). Free. Call (718) 629-5400 for info.

Friday, July 25

10 am: Books, songs and rhymes for babies up to 18 months. Brooklyn Public Library Windsor Terrace branch (160 E. Fifth St., at Ocean Parkway in Windsor Terrace). Free. Call (718) 686-9707 for info.

3 pm: Free admission at the NY Aquarium (West Eighth Street and Surf Avenue in Coney Island). Call (718) 265-FISH for info.

Saturday, July 26

11 am: “Daydream.” See Saturday, July 19.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 19.

Sunday, July 27

11 am: Birding for kids. Vanderbilt Playground in Prospect Park (enter park at 16th Street and Prospect Park Southwest). Free. Call 311 for more info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 26.

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

2 pm: Storytelling for kids. Picnic House in Prospect Park (enter park at Fifth Street and Prospect Park West). Free. Call 311 for more info.

3 pm: “Daydream.” See Saturday, July 26.

4 pm: Uncle Rock concert. Carroll Park (President at Smith Street). Free. Visit www.carrollparkbrooklyn.org/concerts for info.

7:30 pm: Learn about bats. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U, at East 33rd Street in Sheesphead Bay). Free. Call 311 for info.

Updated 5:07 pm, July 9, 2018
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