Summer has acquired tangible form in the past couple of days, and there’s nothing better than spending these sweet days before the city turns into one large sauna hanging out at various Bushwick events.
This week again we selected the most promising events for you from our community calendar. Every member of our community can use the calendar entirely for free. So if you’re an event goer, jump on the calendar and fill your agenda with pure Bushwick awesomness. If you’re an event organizer, make sure you list all your events for the community to see.
5-8 p.m., The Living Gallery, 1094 Broadway, Bushwick, FREE
Very talented kindergarten students with autism will participate in their first ever gallery show. Their works will be exhibited in the style of artists such as Pollock, Van Gogh, and Seurat. Read our full writeup here.
7:30-9:30 p.m., Transmitter, 1329 Willoughby Ave., Bushwick, FREE
On Tuesday head to Transmitter gallery for a night of a broad range of works in stop-motion animation. The short films promise to play with perceptual illusions as well as 3-D experimentation.
Thursday: Arguments & Grievances: Comedy Debates
8-10 p.m., Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan St., East Williamsburg
We’re really into this new comedy series at Pine Box! Arguments & Grievances is a live comedy series as well as podcast (listen to it on Audible), and it features comedians who debate outlandish topics. Audiences then choose the victor.
7-10 p.m., The Evergreens Cemetery, 1629 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick, FREE with registration
Are you tired of the same ol’ bars? This Friday do something different. Join The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York at The Evergreens Cemetery for a public, star-observing session.
Saturday morning: MAGGIE & EASE DESSERT BOUTIQUE POP UP
10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Covert Cafe, 3 Covert St., Bushwick/Bed-Stuy
This lovely dessert boutique will be doing a pop up at Covert Cafe this Saturday, offering Maggie and Ease’s Classic Banana Pudding, Chocolate Banana Pudding, and Strawberry Bliss. Sounds like a sweet brunch to us!
Saturday early afternoon: The People’s Garden Fund Kickoff Party
starts at 2 p.m., The People’s Garden, 1237 Greene Ave., Bushwick, FREE
You know it’s summer when local community gardens start to organize parties. This Saturday, The People’s Garden will feature ice sculpting, food, refreshments, live music, face painting, sketch art, and salsa dancing. There will be a “Split The Pot” raffle and a broadcast of The 2017 Kentucky Derby as well.
Saturday night: UNRULY Collective ArtHouse Presents Anton Vitkovskiy
7-11 p.m., Unruly Collective, 200 Cooper St., Bushwick, $15
Newly open fun & art house, Unruly Collective, is inviting everyone to an immersive experience that will encompass the entire UNRULY brownstone, boasting 100 pieces of original art by artist Anton Vitkovskiy.
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