Spotlight on Park Slope: February 29 – March 4!

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Here’s a peek at what’s happening in Park Slope this week! And don’t forget to visit SkipKid for even more daily drop-in activities in neighborhoods all over Brooklyn!

Monday:

Story Time at Lulu’s Then & Now
Every Monday Lulu’s Then & Now features a different classic storybook. Author visits regularly occur, too. Admission fee includes a free raffle ticket to win the book at the end of the event!

Indoor playspace at Brooklyn Art Exchange (BAX)
Activities include hoops, tunnels, coloring, balls, books and are with the help of the Playspace facilitator. Children can bring special toys, books, or other childhood comfort items

Tuesday:

Indoor Playspace at Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center
Indoor play space for children up to two years of age.

Half Pint with your Half Pint at Backyard
Come out for a happy hour for new mothers. Bring a friend & little ones that still sleep In carriers. It’s free to attend and drinks are on special.

Wednesday:

Celebrate Read Across America!, Park Slope Library
Join in this read-aloud with Community Board 6 District Manager Craig Hammerman. There will also be special surprises and crafts!

Triangles, Squares and Circles, Oh My! at Private Picassos’ Art Studio
Young artists will explore shapes, color and strengthen their fine motor skills through a variety of 2-3 dimensional art materials.

Thursday:

Story Time and Open Play at Ume Ume Music + Arts
Storytelling is implemented in each lesson and offers children of all ages to look, listen, and communicate.

FunikiJam Music at Two Boots Park Slope
Designed to build global community through smart, fun, interactive programs, your little ones will love FunikiJam’s catalog of original songs, stories, chants, and rhymes.

Friday:

Arts and Crafts at Juguemos A Cantar – South Slope
This is a teacher-led art project for children who wish to participate during the drop-in playtime.

Singalong with Amy at OS Cafe
Playing original and well known songs on guitar, ukulele, and percussive things, singing stories with puppets and bubbles, Amy brings her quirky, country rock and casual style to the sing along arena.