Farm-fresh seasonal produce, meats, prepared foods, compost drop-off, and live performances. 8 am–4 pm.
Artist Chie Nishio presents an exhibition of the Hasidic religious community through female point of view. 9 am–6 pm.
Weekend classes for children, with subjects from drawing, swimming, piano, creative writing, math, and more. Program options include full-day program on Saturday, and half-day program on Sunday. 9:45 am–3:15 pm.
Anniversary exhibition of works by Igor Bezchastnov. 10 am–5 pm.
The new exhibit at the museum provides young scientists the opportunity to explore innovations in biology, health, robotics, and technology. 10 am–5 pm.
The PIed Piper of children rocks out with tunes from the award-winning CD Wake Up Clarinet. Clara Net and her mother Big Mama Tuba come to life and teach children 2 to 6 years old the joys of music. 10:30 am.
After visiting one of the Brooklyn Historical Society’s galleries, participants take part in an art-making project that they can take home. 11 am–noon.
A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.
Disney presents its winter spectacular featuring the songs from the animated movie Froxen. 11 am, 3 pm and 7 pm.
A new exhibition tracing the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad through the natural and built environments of New York State. 11 am–5 pm.
Works by 35 Brooklyn artists and collectives. 11 am–6 pm.
Rangers guide you to the best viewing spot to watch the birds of pray migrate for the winter. Bring field guides and binoculars or ask a Ranger to borrow a pair. For older children. 11 am.
For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. Space limited, first come first served. 11:30 am–12:30 pm and 2:30–3:30 pm.
Screenings and discussion of the portrayal of artists in film. Introduction and discussion after led by Rueben Miller. Noon–3 pm.
Take a tour and learn about the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home with Brooklyn Bird Club. Noon–1 pm.
NYC based photographer Natsuko Matsumura’s photography exhibition exploring the relationship of people and their surroundings. Noon–midnight.
Puppetworks presents a puppet show of two classic fairy tales. The Snow Queen is the story of a mysterious lady who throws ice into the heart of a boy and The Emperor’s New Clothes is the tale of an emperor who buys a set of invisible clothes only to march down the streets in his underwear. 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.
Christopher Marlowe play about a Scythian shepherd who rises to power to become king of half the world. 1 pm and 7 pm.
Free English classes. Activities focusing on improving English speaking and comprehension skills through games, lessons and conversations, 1–2:30 pm.
Become a signals expert and discover the language of red, yellow, and green lights for trains. 1:30 pm.
"The Great Thanksgiving Escape" is the story for the day. There will be fun for all with an activity/craft. 2 pm.
Future conductors and motormen take control of a train in the Computer Lab and travel over virtual track miles learning the ins and outs of operating a train. Suggested for children over 10 years old. Limited space, register in advance. 2–4 pm.
A musical revue based on children’s books such as "Fly Guy Meets Fly Girl," “Paper Bag Princess,” “Lilly’s Big Day,” and more. 2 pm.
Discussion on what it means to be a Black feminist in the context of creativity, abundance, and collective liberation. 2 pm.
Musical based on the children’s book "Fly Guy Meets Fly Girl." 2 pm.
Pathmakers to Peace honors Noam Chomsky and 30 years of Brooklyn For Peace with a reception and gala dinner. 6 pm.