36 NOVEMBER 25 - DECEMBER 1, 2016 BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 ART: The Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, will debut a new exhibition, Infi nite Blue, part of “A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum,” that will represent the breadth of the museum’s global collections from Asia through Africa, Europe and North America, in four phases. For more info, go to brooklynmuseum.org. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 SENIORS: The Fort Hamilton Senior Center, 9941 Fort Hamilton Parkway, is o ering free Zumba classes with Mike from 10-11 a.m. and social dancing with a DJ from 1-3 p.m. For more info, call 718-439-4295. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 PERFORMANCE: Magic at Coney, hosted by Gary Dreifus, will begin at noon at the Coney Island Museum, 1208 Surf Avenue. Tickets are $10, adults; $5, children under 12, and can be purchased in advance through coneyisland.com. CONCERT: Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 1950 Batchelder Street, will present a concert by clarinetist Jonathan Cohler and pianist Rasa Vitkauskaite at 6 p.m. Free. For more info, call 718-998-2800. ART: The Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, will present a creativity lab in the Education Studios on the fi rst fl oor from 4-5:30 p.m. Free with museum admission. For more info, go to brooklynmuseum. org. HOLIDAY: St. Patrick’s Catholic Academy, Fourth Avenue and 97th Street, will host Breakfast with Santa in the Aldo Bruschi Auditorium following 9:30 a.m. Mass. $12 per person. Reservations (preferred) available at stpsports.org or by calling 646-580-7287. MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 EXERCISE: The Bay Ridge Jewish Center, Fourth Avenue and 81st Street, o ers a yoga class with Patti at 6:15 p.m. First class free. For more info, call 718-836-3103 or email o [email protected] TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29 HEALTH: New York Methodist Hospital will hold a free breastfeeding support group from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in the hospital’s Wesley House, Rooms 3K-C, 501 Sixth Street. For more info, call 718-780-5078. CRAFTS: Stitches with Love, a group doing knitting and crocheting for local hospitals, meets from 1-4 p.m. at the Bay Ridge Library, 7223 Ridge Boulevard. Donations accepted. All welcome. MEETING: Community Board 14’s Human Services Committee will meet at the board o ce, 810 East 16th Street, at 7 p.m. for a presentation by New York Community Hospital on the hospital’s Community Advisory Committee. For more info, call 718-859-6357 or go to cb14brooklyn.com. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 DANCING: The FIAO Beacon Program at I.S. 96 Seth Low, 99 Avenue P, will o er free ballroom dancing instruction from 6-9 p.m. Register (required) at 917-523-9210. The program runs through June. HEALTH: The NYU Lutheran Augustana Center Stroke Support Group will meet at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the center, 5434 Second Avenue, with guest speaker Laney Wallace, an art therapist. For more info, call 718-630-7334. THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 BEREAVEMENT: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1072 80th Street, will hold a bereavement support group from 7-9 p.m. Free. For more info, call 718-207-3792. EXERCISE: The Bay Ridge Jewish Center, Fourth Avenue and 81st Street, o ers a tai chi class with Jane at 10 a.m. First class free. For more info, call 718- 836-3103 or email o [email protected] PERFORMANCE: Brooklyn Technical High School, DeKalb Avenue and South Elliott Place, will present a student performance of “Exit the Body” at 4:30 p.m. Tickets, $10, at the door ONGOING COAT DRIVE: New York Cares annual coat drive is underway through December 31. Gently used, freshly laundered coats can be dropped o at every city police precinct and many other sites citywide. In addition, New Visit BrooklynReporter.com to add your listing Yorkers can text the word “COAT” to 41444 to donate $20, or increments of $20, to purchase and deliver new coats. For more info, go to newyorkcares. org/coats. HEALTH: NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers, 150 55th Street, will have certifi ed application counselors on hand to assist with A ordable Care Act open enrollment through January 31, 2017. Call 917-789-4672 to reach a counselor. CONTEST: The Commodore Barry Club of Brooklyn is hosting an essay contest through February 17, 2017 for high school students interested in researching Irish American history and the contributions of Irish Americans to the U.S. Students should submit an approximately 1,000-word essay in Word or compatible format on the theme of Commodore Barry to [email protected] commodorebarryclubbrooklyn.org. Prizes range from $1,000 for fi rst place to $250 for third. For more info, go to commodorebarryclubbrooklyn.org or call 718-833-3405. CALENDAR BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/ le photo On Sunday, December 4 at 5 p.m., Brooklyn’s renowned holiday house, at Flatlands Avenue and East 93rd Street, will be lit with festivity and fanfare. The 30-year-young display features nearly 100 animated gures and some 500,000 lights, part of the holiday decoration collection of Brooklyn Democratic Chair Frank Seddio, who hosts the event.
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