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Sat, Feb. 7

11:30 am: Learn about quilts and create your own. Brooklyn Children’s Museum [145 Brooklyn Ave. at St. Marks Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, (718) 735-4400],www.brooklynkids.org.

Noon-12:30 pm: “Faith Ringgold — The Last Story Quilt.” Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See venue info above.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “Sleeping Beauty.” $8 ($7 kids). Puppertworks [338 Sixth Ave. at Fourth Street in Park Slope, (718) 965-3391], puppetworks.org.

2 pm: Stories and Songs of the Blues. Guy Davis Trio. Part of the BAMfamily series. $15. Brooklyn Academy of Music [30 Lafayette Ave. near St. Felix Street in Fort Greene, (718) 636-4100],www.bam.org.

2:30-3:30 pm: Early American crafts and games. Free. Lefferts Historic House [Enter park at Flatbush and Ocean avenues. in Prospect Park],www.prospectpark.org/visit/places/lefferts.

3 pm: More quilting stuff. Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See venue info above.

4:30 pm: Performances by kids from the Brooklyn Guitar School. Free. Bushbaby [1197 Fulton St. at Bedford Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, (718) 636-5536],www.myspace.com/bushbabyinc.

Sun, Feb. 8

11 am–4 pm: Family Fest. Fun kids activities, hosted by Jumpin’ Juniper featuring Lisa Lou (the amazing one-woman circus). $20 adult (and one child), $8 each additional child or adult.

11:30 am-12:30 pm: More quilting stuff. Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See venue information above.

Noon: Freestyle Repertory Theatre improv show. $8 kids (adults free). Gallery Players [199 14th St., between Fourth and Fifth avenues in Park Slope, (212) 352-3101], galleryplayers.com/plays/theatresports.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “Sleeping Beauty.” See Saturday, Feb. 7.

1–4 pm: Bell House Rocks. Bouncy castle, kids music/videos, educational entertainment and snacks. $10. Bell House [149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue in Gowanus, (718) 643-6510],www.thebellhouseny.com.

1–3 pm: Nature Crafts. Free. Prospect Park Audubon Center [Enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue in Prospect Park, (718) 287-3400],www.prospectpark.org/audubon.

2 pm: Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. Clowning, vaudeville, dance, and mischief. $6. Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College [2900 Bedford Ave., at Avenue H in Flatbush, (718) 951-4600],www.brooklyncenter.com.

2:30 pm: Early American crafts and games. See Satuday, Feb. 7.

Mon, Feb. 9

4 pm: Buster Keaton’s “The General.” Big Movies for Little Kids series. $6.50. Cobble Hill Cinemas [265 Court St. at Butler Street in Cobble Hill, (718) 624-3748],bigmoviesforlittlekids.blogspot.com.

Fri, Feb. 13

7:30 pm: The African experience in America, told through drama, music and dance. $20. Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts. See venue information above.

Sat, Feb. 14

11:30 am–12:30 pm: Quilting talks. Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See venue information above.

Noon-4 pm: Winter Festival at Lefferts Historic House. See venue information above.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “Sleeping Beauty.” See Saturday, Feb. 7.

1-3 pm: Nature Crafts. See Sunday, Feb. 8.

Sun, Feb. 15

11:30 am-12:30 pm: Quilting stuff. Brooklyn Children’s Museum. See venue information above.

Noon-4 pm: Winter Festival. Lefferts Historic House. See venue information above.

12:30 and 2:30 pm: Puppet show, “Sleeping Beauty.” See Saturday, Feb. 7.

1-3 pm: Nature Crafts. See Sunday, Feb. 8.

1–4 pm: Bell House Rocks. See Sunday, Feb. 8.

1-3 pm: Nature Crafts. See Sunday, Feb. 8.

Updated 10:47 am, February 6, 2009
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