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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.
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Saturday, May 3 (See map view)

Baseball is back and the Cyclones want the little ones to experience the game. Coaches of little league and softball leagues throughout the boroughs can nominate one player their team to be named Little Kids, Big Stars of the week. For boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 14 years old. The child should have a passion for baseball/softball, serve as a leader to the team and be helpful to the coaches. The winners will receive an invitation to a baseball clinic with the Cyclones a chance to throw out a first pitch and a commemorative t-shirt.

Group show featuring work from Regina Bogat, Catherine Cullen, Craig Olson, and Mary Schrilio. by appointment.

Bring your dog to the Park for treats and great company. 7–9 am.

Farm-fresh seasonal produce, meats, prepared foods, compost drop-off, and live performances. 8 am–4 pm.

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

Walk over the Brooklyn Bridge and back, from Cadman Plaza Park. 10 am.

PS 154 fair hosts a wonderful selection of gifts for Mother’s Day; Rain or shine. 10 am–5 pm.

Rangers help children ride their bikes, including balancing, starting, stopping and steering. Own bike and helmet required. Pre-registration required. 10 am–1 pm.

Each week children explore different topics. No classes on April 19, 20, 26 and 27; and May 1, 24 and 25 10:30 am–12:30 pm.

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

Sing along features family-friendly songs, stories, skits, movies and more. Lloyd Miller sings songs about sports greats. 11 am.

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

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

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

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

Learn about working for the NYPD from officers in different areas and specialties. 11 am–4 pm.

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.

Annual fair featuring games, a flea market, and giveaways. Noon–3 pm.

Puppetry arts presents the fair that includes, flea market, juggle shows and a performance by Dancewave Noon–3 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.

Take a tour and learn about the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home with Brooklyn Bird Club. Noon–1 pm.

Part scavenger hunt, part obstacle course, follow clues through the Brooklyn Museum performing mental challenges along the way. 12:30 pm.

B.F.A. exhibition for Pratt seniors. 1–6 pm.

Meet police officers form specialized units and learn about career opportunities in the force. There will be demonstrations from police units, promotional items, rock-climbing, face-painting, and music. 1 pm – 4 pm.

Group exhibition about landscape, image, and our interaction with both. 1–7 pm.

All ages are welcome to express their feelings through art. Every other Saturday. 1–2:30 pm.

Multi-channel video installation by Erik Moskowitz and Amanda Trager. 1–6 pm.

Brian Biggs shares his colorful characters. For children 3 years and older. 1:30 pm.

Educator James Giovan leads a tour of Borough Hall. Suggested for children 9 years and older. Pre-registraton required. 2–4 pm.

Theatre for a New Audience performs Shakespeare’s play. 2 pm and 7:30 pm.

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