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Big ‘Rig’: The Regina Opera Company performs one of Verdi’s most popular operas, “Rigoletto,” at Regina Hall in Dyker Heights through Nov. 25.
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Sunday, Nov. 16 (See map view)

Artist Chie Nishio presents an exhibition of the Hasidic religious community through female point of view. 9 am–6 pm.

A superhero-themed run and walk. Participants of all ages are encouraged to dress the part, with prizes for best costumes up for grabs. Followed by a party with food, drinks, and dancing. 9:30 am.

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–noon.

The new exhibit at the museum provides young scientists the opportunity to explore innovations in biology, health, robotics, and technology. 10 am–5 pm.

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

The workshops are designed to help families explore nature through play, activities include nature inspired arts and crafts, insect observation, playing with snow and more. Children receive a nature play activity guide to the park. Each workshop is led by a trained teen discovery guide. 10:30 am–12:30 pm.

A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 11 am–5 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.

Children are invited to imagine and create new worlds and explore the museum. 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.

Children of all ages touch a starfish, a horseshoe crab, or a sea snail. 11:30 am–12:30 pm and 2:30–3:30 pm.

Tours of Pier 1 with the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Noon.

NYC based photographer Natsuko Matsumura’s photography exhibition exploring the relationship of people and their surroundings. Noon–midnight.

Children 4 years and older are inspired by traditional arts of Native communities from the Navajo weaving to Tingit totem poles. Then create their own to take home. 12:30 pm.

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.

Disney presents its winter spectacular featuring the songs from the animated movie Frozen. 1 pm and 5 pm.

Disney presents its winter spectacular featuring the songs from the animated movie Froxen. 1 pm and 5 pm.

Children 4 years and older gather around to hear the tales and imagine life when Manhattan was Mannahatta. 1:30 pm.

Become a signals expert and discover the language of red, yellow, and green lights for trains. 1:30 pm.

Solo exhibition by Frank Morrison. 2–7 pm.

The BAM series offers the perfect opportunity for families to introduce their children to the classics on the big screen; A Hard Day’s Night. 2 pm.

Sofia Szamosi’s new multimedia exhibition "Eat Me" explores the relationship between the artist’s sense of self, food and contemporary notions of body image through a series of video self-portraits. 2–6 pm.

Narrows Community Theater presents Rodger and Hammerstein’s musical. 2 pm.

Ivy Baldwin Dance company incorporates a sculptural landscape and explores ideas of space and time, geology and chronology. 3 pm.

Annual social hosted by the Commodore Barry Club features music by Frank Keegan and Mary G and tea, coffee, beer, and Irish soda bread. BYOB. 4–8 pm.

Performance of German composer Franz Waxman’s songs of exile. 4–6 pm.

Outstanding performances of classic chamber music featuring solo musicians and beautiful singing. The series concludes with Handel’s "Messiah" featuring orchestra, choir and soloists. 6 pm.

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