Things To Do In Southern Brooklyn: Chinese Brush Painting, Laser Show, Road Runners

0
(Photo: Coney Island / Facebook)

(Photo: Coney Island / Facebook)

Lots to do in southern Brooklyn this week. Hear from city and state officials about progress in Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts. There’s also a psychedelic laser light show in Coney Island, a poetry jam, movie screening, and much more.

Send us your own event listing by posting it for free on our new event calendar, or using our classifieds site, EverythingBK.

Chinese Brush Painting & Cultural Event
When: Monday, February 29, 3:30pm
Where: New Utrecht Library, 1743 86th Street
What: Join us for an afternoon of fun, food and facts: paper cutting, origami, and Q&A about art and culture. New Utrecht Friends will be provide balloon animals, tattooing & other crafts. Sponsored by Apple Savings Bank.
How much: Free
More info: 718-236-4086

Friends Book Sale!
When: Daily, 1 – 6pm
Where: Sheepshead Bay Library, 2636 East 14th Street (Near Avenue Z)
What: Support your local library by purchasing a book. There is a large selection of books from all genres. Proceeds go to support the Sheepshead Bay Library.
How much: Prices are $1 – $3.
More info: 718-368-1815

Poetry & Percussion
When: Tuesday, March 1, 4 – 5pm
Where: Coney Island Library, 1901 Mermaid Avenue (Near West 19th Street)
What: Play the drums and rap to your own beat at this poetry jam session for teens.
How Much: Free
More info: 718-265-3220

Sheepshead Bay/Plumb Beach Civic Meeting
When: Tuesday, March 1, 7:45pm
Where: The Waterford on the Bay, 2900 Bragg Street (Near Emmons Avenue)
What: Bring your concerns about issues related to the community. The meeting will also address the recent flooding around Sheepshead Bay.
How much: Free

Video Production in the Field
When: Wednesday, March 2, 3 – 7pm
Where: Coney Island Library, 1901 Mermaid Avenue (Near West 19th Street)
What: Sign up for this three-week class to learn the skills to produce high-quality, professional videos. You’ll gain hands-on experience using a professional-grade digital video camera, sound equipment, tripods, and portable lighting equipment.
How much: $50
More info: Register here.

Superstorm Sandy Town Hall
When: Thursday, March 3, 7pm
Where: Brooklyn Blue Feather Elementary, 2335 Gerritsen Avenue (Near Avenue V)
What: Senator Marty Golden is hosting a town hall to address progress is Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts. Hear from representatives of Build it Back, the Department of Buildings, the Department of Environmental Conservation, and more,
How much: Free
More info: For more information, call Senator Marty Golden’s office at 718-238-6044 or email [email protected].

Movies at the Library: My Old Lady
When: Friday, March 4, 1 – 2pm
Where: Gravesend Library, 303 Avenue X (Near West 2nd Street)
What: A down on his luck New Yorker gets a break when he inherits a Paris apartment from his father. However, his plans to sell the property go awry when he discovers a feisty English woman living there with her daughter. Starring Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas.
How much: Free
More info: 718-382-5792

Jewelry Making
When: Friday, March 4, 2 – 3:30pm
Where: Sheepshead Bay Library, 2636 East 14th Street (Near Avenue Z)
What: Get creative making your own hand-crafted jewelry. Make a gift for your friends or something nice for yourself!
How much: Free
More info: 718-368-1815

Beatles Laser Show
When: Saturday, March 5, 9pm
Where: Sideshows by the Seashore, 1208 Surf Avenue
What: Enjoy a mind-blowing, psychedelic experience at this immersive laser light show accompanied by the hits of the Beatles. There’s also a virtual thrill ride on Coney Island’s greatest roller coasters. The show is preceded by Rock ‘n Roll disco party at 8pm.
How much: $15
More info: Buy advanced tickets here.

New York Road Runners Open Run
When: Sunday, March 6, 9 – 10am
Where: Marine Park, near Fillmore Avenue and Madison Place.
What: Get some fresh air and exercise! Join with your neighbors for a run through Marine Park.
How much: Free