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Saturday, July 26

11 am: “Daydream,” a short version of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Prospect Park’s Imagination Playground (enter park at Ocean Avenue, between Lincoln Road and Parkside Avenue). Free. Call (718) 393-7733 for info. www.plgarts.org.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in Park Slope). $7. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

1 pm: Dragonflies and damselflies. Audubon Center in Prospect Park (enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue ) Free. Call (718) 287-3400 for info.

Sunday, July 27

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 26.

1 pm: Learn about owls. Salt Marsh Center (3302 Avenue U at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay). Free. Call 311 and ask for the Urban Park Rangers for info.

7:30 pm: Night hike for bats, raccoons and opossums. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Ave. U, at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay ). Free. Call 311 for info.

3 pm: “Daydream.” See Saturday, July 26.

Monday, July 28

10 am: Culture of Mexico. Greenwood Playground Park (East Fifth Street between Fort Hamilton Parkway and Greenwood Avenue in Kensington). Free. Call (718) 735-4400 ext., 320 for info.

2:30 pm: Summer arts program. Pierrepont Playground (end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

3:30 pm: Creative movement class. Pierrepont Playground (end of Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights). Free.

5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers Circus. Floyd Bennett Field, Hangar 5 (end of Flatbush Avenue in Mill Basin). $17, $12. (800) 796-5672.

Tuesday, July 29

11 am: Interactive play and stories. Cortelyou Library (1305 Cortelyou Rd., at Argyle Road in Ditmas Park). Free. (718) 693-7763.

3:30 pm: Stories with a musical flair. Brooklyn Bridge Park (1 Main St., near Water Street in DUMBO). Free. (718) 735-4400 ext., 320.

5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

Wednesday, July 30

10:30 am and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

Thursday, July 31

11 am: Domestic and Wild Animals. Salt Marsh Nature Center (3302 Avenue U at East 33rd Street in Sheepshead Bay). Free. Call 311 for info.

5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

Friday, Aug. 1

10 am-6 pm: Free admission. New York Aquarium (West Eighth Street and Surf Avenue in Coney Island). Call (718) 265-FISH for info.

5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

Saturday, Aug. 2

Noon: Colonial life in America. Fort Green Visitors Center (Myrtle Avenue and Washington Park in Fort Greene). Free. Call (718) 722-3218 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 26.

3 pm: Family fishing in Prospect Park. Audubon Center (enter park at Lincoln Road and Ocean Avenue). Free. Call (718) 287-3400 for info.

4 pm: The Sippy Cups perform. Prospect Park Bandshell (corner Prospect Park West and Ninth Street in Park Slope). $3. Call (718) 855-7882 for info.

2 pm, 5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

Sunday, Aug. 3

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: “Pinocchio.” See Saturday, July 26.

2 pm, 5 pm and 8 pm: Cole Brothers. See Monday, July 28.

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Fran from Coney Island says:
Please note that the Aquarium is free on Friday's from 3pm until closing, not as listed above.
July 25, 2008, 11:39 am

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