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Come to Habana Outpost Ecoeatery, New York’s first solar powered restaurant and marketplace, created by artist and restaurateur Sean Meenan, at 757 Fulton Street & South Portland Avenue, September 1 from 12-5 p.m. for a Labor Day Back to School Bash like no other. A dance party, face painting, story time, library card sign up and eco-friendly crafts are all part of the day’s festivities. All activities are free and open to the public.

Events: 12-2 P.M.

Mini Worm Bin Workshop: Learn how to start a compost bin at home or in the classroom. You will be given all of the information you need plus a few red worms to take with you.

Story Time With Brooklyn Public Library: Brooklyn’s best librarians make your favorite books come to life during book readings.

Events: 2-5 P.M.

Tator Tots Dance Party: Kids, parents and teachers are all invited to dance off the “back to school blues” at the Tator Tots dance party. Featuring DJ Catnip and DJ Dundee.

Events: 12-5 P.M.

Face Painting: Stop by and have Habana Outpost’ resident make-up artist Christie Caiola turn your kids into lions, flowers, super heroes, or whatever they can dream up.

Recycled Arts and Crafts: Learn how to make your own custom notebook from recycled materials in this fun and educational workshop brought to you by the Leadership Learning Lab.

Library Card Registration: Sign up for your library card and meet some of your local librarians to find out about all of the resources available at your local library.

For more, call 718-858-9500 or go to www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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