You can keep small hands busy this week with historic activities and games being offered up by six historic houses in the city.
Weeksville Heritage Center and their resident artist, Ebony Noelle Golden, are seeking out curious, creative and committed individuals interested in exploring and being inspired by the radical roots of the free Black community.
The Play-PerView performances and other events raise funds for the Actors Fund, Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS, nonprofit theater companies, and many more.
"Rap on Trial" authors and Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival founder will discuss the use of lyrics by prosecutors to justify the incarceration of men of color.
Take a break from the day and get an in-depth look at some fascinating objects from the vaults of the Brooklyn Historical Society with a new lunchtime series.
Weeksville Heritage Center is taking its public programming online with a virtual workshop aimed at empowering individuals to explore their African diasporic heritage.
You can't head there in person but Brooklyn Museum is inviting everyone to join a virtual party debuting this Saturday.
The Prospect Park Alliance is encouraging visitors to head online to explore the green space with a new resource.