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Sunday, September 15: Frolicking time

Join this delightful Ditmas Park street fair on Crotelyou Road, featuring live bands, food and arts vendors, and games for kids. Parents can enjoy the Cortelyou Beer and Wine Garden hosted by everybody’s favorite flower shop, Sycamore, along with Bar 773 and Costello Plan.
11 am–6 pm at Cortelyou Road between Coney Island Avenue and Ocean Avenue.

Monday, September 16: Itchin’ for Pynchon

Holy gravity’s rainbow, Batman, it’s a new Thomas Pynchon book! There’s nothing like a bunch of book nerds staying up late to celebrate the midnight release of a new book. Readers eager to crack open “Bleeding Edge,” can enjoy drinks, play Pynchon-themed games, read aloud from “The Crying of Lot 49.” Go nuts.
7 pm at powerHouse Arena [37 Main St., at Water Street in DUMBO, (718) 666–3049,]. $5 applied to any Aslan titles.

Wednesday, September 18: Experimental feet

Fans of contemporary dance get to see a huge showcase of new works full of interdisciplinary creativity and collaboration at this four-day festival called “Collabfest.” Check out the cinematic and stylish Elena Vazintaris Dance Projects on the first day.
8 pm at Triskelion Arts’ Aldous Theater (118 N. 11 Street, Third floor, between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue, $15.

Thursday, September 19: Green films

The Greenpoint Film Festival opens with a topic near and dear to its heart: the environment. Films cover topics including the Dutch Kills, a tributary of Newton Creek, the community behind the North Brooklyn Boat Club, and a dolphin caught swimming in the East River.
7 pm at 67 West Street between Noble Street and Milton Street, $15.

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Updated 10:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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