October 28 – 30, 2 – 9:00 pm. Free.
The 78th Precinct (65 Sixth Ave. near Dean Street) has turned its basement into a haunted house open to the public.
Thursday, October 29, 4 – 8:00 pm. Free.
The Barnacle Parade is an annual event on the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. Parade starts at 4 pm on Thursday October 29 at Van Brunt & Pioneer. Block party on Pioneer to follow.
Saturday, Oct. 31st, 12 – 4:00 pm. Free.
Join New York Times bestselling author Tonya Hurley and Anatomist Emily Evans at the Morbid Anatomy Museum for their second children’s Halloween Party. There will be trick or treating throughout the museum, a costume contest with cool prizes, creepy finger food, and an anatomy themed workshop – and well-known authors reading from their spookiest books.
Saturday, October 31, 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Free.
The Parade kicks off from 14th St and 7th Ave at 6:30; line-up for marchers starts at 5:30.
The Parade travels north on 7th Ave. to 3rd Street, then turns and marches to 5th Avenue, ending at Washington Park.
Monday, November 2, 6 – 7:30 pm.
Diverse Schools: Opportunities and Challenges in Integrating NYC’s Public Schools is a panel discussion taking place this Monday, 6:00 pm, at Brooklyn Law School, 250 Joralemon St. The panel, co-sponsored by Brad Lander, will discuss the challenges of integrating NYC’s public schools. Panelists from district and charter schools will share perspectives and experiences with developing schools with diverse student bodies.
Monday, Nov. 2, 7:00 pm. Free.
Come to the PS 321 Auditorium Monday, 11/2 at 7pm and meet inaugural poet Richard Blanco and children’s book author Dav Pilkey (creator of the Captain Underpants series) for the launch of their collaborative work, One Today. Please join the authors for a reading, conversation and book signing. Prizes will be on hand, and Dav Pilkey will sign copies of Captain Underpants with the purchase of One Today.
Saturday, November 7 – Sunday, November 8, 12 – 6:00p pm. Free.
Simon Dinnerstein is an American figurative artist best known for his masterwork The Fulbright Triptych. In addition to 27 one-man exhibitions, Dinnerstein is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship and a Rome Prize, and his work has been the subject of 3 books. He’s also part of the PS 321 extended family: husband of a former 321 teacher, father of Simone Dinnerstein, 321 alum and curator of our Neighborhood Classics concert series, and father-in-law of 5th grade teacher Jeremy Greensmith.
In 2010, the MTA eliminated the B71 bus route along Union Street, and residents of communities served by the bus have been trying to get service restored ever since. The Park Slope Civic Council’s Livable Streets Committee undertook a study of the route and presented a proposal to restore the bus along a modified route.
For more information about the proposal, go here.
To sign the petition, go to Brad Lander’s site.