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Thursday, Aug. 25 (See map view)

Join the support group, which is facilitated by a certified diabetes educator, as they discuss the topic "Dealing with Diabetes During Emergency Situations." 5–6 pm.

A free surgical weight reduction information seminar and support group meeting open to individuals interested in learning about surgical weight reduction, as well as those who have undergone surgical weight reduction. 6–8 pm.

The author releases her debut full-length poetry collection, "In My Absence." The collection is a luminous antidote to mindless busy-ness and ersatz ‘connectedness,’ and a choice accompaniment to solitude. Refreshments will be served. 6:30–8 pm.

Tobias Carroll celebrates the release of his eclectic, unearthly short story collection "Transitory." He will be joined by authors Lynn Steger Strong, Robert Lopez, and Tracy O’Neill for fiction and conversation. 7 pm.

Mentalist and mind reader Vinny DePonto orchestrates an immersive and intimate performance that will linger with you well after his briefcase shuts. 9:30 pm.

Friday, Aug. 26 (See map view)

A free support groups for caretakers of patients, and for patients themselves, experiencing cognitive deficits and/or memory loss. 1–3 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 27 (See map view)

In honor of the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Brooklyn, team up with family and friends for a day of trivia, gaming, and historical fun. Including a “Brooklyn vs Britain” scavenger hunt and a Battleship Memory game. 12:30 pm–3 pm.

An outdoor storytelling program that takes on the battles of body, spirit, and mind. Seasoned storytellers will take the stage, but attendees so inclined to tell their own battle story can throw their hat in the ring too. 7:30–10 pm.

Sunday, Aug. 28 (See map view)

A panel discussion of anthropologists, artists, and scientists speaking about menstruation in historical, contemporary and literary contexts. 9 pm.

Monday, Aug. 29 (See map view)

Brothers and sisters of Italian heritage share stories of the old country and welcome new visitors to share stories and learn more of their Italian heritage. 7 pm.

Tuesday, Aug. 30 (See map view)

Board a historic floating lighthouse docked at Brooklyn Bridge Park for a talk about rising sea levels and extreme storms. 6 pm.

Bestselling author and Washington Post columnist Sarah MacLean is back with the latest installment of her "Scandal and Scoundrel" book series 7 pm.

Tuesday, Sept. 6 (See map view)

The creators of the #1 international podcast "Welcome to Night Vale" (and the authors of the bestselling book by the same name) discuss their hit podcast and share behind-the-scene commentary and more. 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, Sept. 7 (See map view)

The Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning historian discusses her groundbreaking research on Thomas Jefferson, the Hemings family, and slavery in America. 6:30 pm.

Thursday, Sept. 8 (See map view)

Prominent feminists Marcia Gillespie ("Ms." and “Essence”), Anna Holmes (“Jezebel”), Muthoni Wambu Kraal (“Emily’s List”), and Rebecca Traister (“All the Single Ladies”), discuss major challenges for and what is on the horizon for women in America. 7 pm.

The author discussed his new book "Behold the Dreamers," a deeply empathetic debut novel about marriage, class, and race, and the crevasses in the American Dream. 7:30–9:30 pm.

The author discussed his new book "Behold the Dreamers," a deeply empathetic debut novel about marriage, class, and race, and the crevasses in the American Dream. 7:30–9:30 pm.

Tuesday, Sept. 13 (See map view)

Social media pro Caleigh Darragh spills the secrets about bringing companies to the next level by developing creative social media strategies that significantly increase presence and reach on multiple platforms. 9:30–11 am.

Panelists discuss the complex issues facing families who migrate to the United States. Hear from those working on this issue and those directly affected as they discuss what’s working, what isn’t, and what more needs to be done. 6:30 pm.

The omedian, activist, and culture blogger serves up necessary advice for the common senseless in this hilarious book of essays, "I’m Judging You." 7–9 pm.

Wednesday, Sept. 14 (See map view)

The acclaimed author Michelle Tea presents her new memoir, "Black Wave," a meta-textual exploration which tackles addiction, doomsday, and disastrous romance. 7–9 pm.

Thursday, Sept. 15 (See map view)

Join Eli Attie, led in conversation by Randy Kennedy of The New York Times, as he recounts his discovery that Truman Capote championed the work of David Attie, the photographer who illustrated Capote’s seminal essay, "Brooklyn: A Personal Memoir." 6:30 pm.

This unflinching debut novel, "The Story of a Brief Marriage," gives readers an intimate view of the brutal civil war that tore Sri Lanka apart for nearly three decades. 7–9 pm.

Friday, Sept. 16 (See map view)

The two authors celebrate the launch of their new books, "Intimations" (Kleeman) and “The Unseen World” (Moore). 7–9 pm.

Monday, Sept. 19 (See map view)

As cities around the country look at the role parks play in reshaping and renewing urban landscapes, a distinguished panel discusses the power of green. 6:30 pm.

Sunday, Sept. 25 (See map view)

A family friendly event with author Jack Challoner discussing his book, which details 28 awesome experiments that encourage kids to build, create, invent, and discover using objects found around the house. 3–5 pm.

Monday, Sept. 26 (See map view)

The contemporary author sits down to discuss his highly anticipated upcoming book, "The Underground Railroad." 7 pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 25 (See map view)

The "Barefoot Contessa" sits down with the actress and comedian Fey to discuss her cookbook, “Cooking for Jeffrey.” 7:30 pm.

Tuesday, Nov. 1 (See map view)

The contemporary author and artist hosts a book launch of his latest work, "How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art." 7 pm.

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