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Splish splash: Open from 11 am-7 pm on weekdays and 9 am–7pm on weekends, the floating pool at the foot of Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights is a great way to cool off this summer. Can’t stand waiting in line? Try the Olympic-sized Red Hook Pool (Bay Street between Henry and Clinton streets) for more fun and less of a crowd.
Where to GO: Brooklyn events calendar

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Sunday, May 11 (See map view)

New designers come in each weekend. 10 am–7 pm.

The first survey on the East Coast of the artist’s early career. 11 am–6 pm.

The first North American survey of the work of the provocative Chinese conceptual artist, sculptor, photographer, filmmaker, and activist. 11 am–6 pm.

Exhibition that explores how artists expressed the Civil Rights era. 11 am–6 pm.

Children 4 to 7 years old explore the galleries, enjoy an activity and take an art class. 11 am and 1:30 pm.

Swoon creates a site-specific installation in the museum’s rotunda gallery. 11 am–6 pm.

Archival photo exhibition showing construction and early operation of the 74th Street Powerhouse. 11 am–5 pm.

See work from more than 100 artists who have donated work in support of Kentler Gallery’s annual benefit, May 17. Noon–5 pm.

Examine the white oak timbers (the bones) of Lefferts Historic House and the many layers that were added, subtracted and changed over the past 230 years. Reservations required. Noon–1 pm.

Browse a curated collection of upscale and designer clothing and accessories as well as collectibles for the home. A percentage of proceeds benefits organizations that fight human trafficking. 12:30–4:30 pm.

See Green-Wood’s glacial ponds, hear the tragic story of Charlotte Canda and visit her memorial and the graves of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, “Bill the Butcher,”Lola Montez, and other noteworthy Brooklynites 1 pm.

Drawings and paintings by Mike Taylor examining intersections of race and class, belief and misinformation in the American South. 1–5 pm.

Group exhibition about landscape, image, and our interaction with both. 2–6 pm.

Classic musical about two star-crossed-lovers caught between warring gangs in 1960s New York. 2 pm.

Impoverished young artists and musicians struggle to survive in New York under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. 3 pm.

Family drama for teens and up, written by Angelica Chéri. 4 pm.

"Twenty Feet From Stardom," followed by chat with featured singer, Lisa Fischer. 4 pm.

Fix your own bike with advice and some assistance from experienced bike mechanics. Tools provided. 6–8 pm.

Friendly matches between players of equal abilities. Players must be 18 years old or older. 7–9 pm.

Friends take a weekend getaway; a dark secret binds them together, but a revelation threatens to tear them apart. World premiere. 8 pm.

Hosted by Hannibal Burress. First come, first serve. 9 pm.

Weekly figure drawing class; model, crayons, and paper provided, or bring your own materials. 10:30 pm.

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