Prohibition Tuesday, Cat’s Eye Cabaret, and More: Your Eventful Bushweek Has Arrived

Evan Haddad

@evan_haddad88 

We’re back with a hand-curated, fun-filled, Tinder-less Bushweek! Check out these awesome events happening around town and don’t ever let anyone  tell you that your “fave nabe” doesn’t live up to the hype!

Tuesday: PROHIBITION TUESDAY

7 p.m- 2 a.m. at House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave.

Last week we witnessed the historic repeal of the Cabaret Law at Elsewhere, and House of Yes is throwing a classy party with Cutty Sark to celebrate!! After 91 years, dancing is finally legal everywhere in NYC. So let’s dance, damnit!

Wednesday: Night of Short Films 

7-9 p.m. at Powrplnt, 562 Evergreen Ave.

The first in a series of free movie nights accompanied by free hot drinks! Film subjects range from street hustling to treasure-hunting in the Southside of Chicago.

Thursday: Cat’s eye cabaret 

8-9:30 p.m. at The Deep End, 1080 Wyckoff Ave.

Cat’s Eye Cabaret is a brand-new variety show bringing you an evening of aerial, variety arts, and burlesque. Join us for our Debut performance at the Deep End

?? Friday: Ambient Night

8-11:30 p.m. at Bushwick Public House, 1288 Myrtle Ave.

That’s ambient, not Ambien. Still, this night of instrumental music will definitely chill you out. This is a free show that highlights sound art and meditative music. Come for a relaxing Friday night!

Saturday: Awkward Family Holiday Pet Photoshoot + Fundraiser

2-7 p.m. at Precious Metal, 143 Troutman St.

Take awesomely awkward photos with your pets while raising money for two local animal rescues, Sugar Mutts Rescue and Whiskers-a-go-go. $20 suggested donation for professional pics!

Sunday: CyPurr Sessions

2-4 p.m. at Brooklyn Public Library, 10 Army Plaza

If you’ve ever taken an indiscreet selfy and wondered if it really was deleted, this workshop is for you. Join the CyPurr Collective for a cryptoparty today where you’ll learn about easy steps you can take to secure your data, like password managers and two-factor authentication, and tools you can use to protect yourself from surveillance. 

Cover image courtesy of David Straight on Unsplash

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