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Jan
21
Mon
Families Celebrate Africa – A Martin Luther King Jr Day Event
Jan 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture offers a fun-filled family event to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr with African music, drumming and dance, face painting, African drawing, crafts and activities, stories and costumes. Moses Onguleye will teach the chiildren African drawing, DuPree and Barry Kornhauser (and guests) will perform songs about MLK’s life and Simba Yangala and the dancers from JungleDom will guide children through a relaxed African dance lesson, followed by a performance that welcomes the participation from both, children and adults.

Proceeds from this event will help provide scholarships for BSEC’s Ethics for Children Classes as well as help with our campaign for an accessibility ramp.

Doors open at 3.
Ticket prices:
$20 children 3 to 12 years old
Free for children 2 yo or younger
$5 for adults and teens accompanying a child. ($10 at the door)
To purchase tickets using Eventbrite, please click here.

Proceeds from this event will help provide scholarships for BSEC’s Ethics for Children Classes as well as help with our campaign for an accessibility ramp.

Dec
31
Tue
New Year’s Eve at 53 Prospect Park West
Dec 31 2019 @ 10:00 pm – Jan 1 2020 @ 2:00 am

Come join us for another New Year’s Eve celebration as we gather to connect and commit to the release of 2019 and the promise of 2020. Be warm watching the Prospect Park fireworks in our beautiful garden by our outdoor firepit and landmark meeting house. Enjoy our famous “Cha Cha” Chili (vegan and carnivore), drink some wine or beer, at midnight a champagne toast, and start the new year with singing and post-firework dancing.

We welcome all families, ages, identities, and backgrounds.

Tickets are $65 per adult and includes food, 2 drinks, champagne toast and desserts.
Party of four $240.
Couples at $120.
Children under 9 free; youth under 17 – $15 each.

 

 

Jan
20
Mon
Families Celebrate Africa – A Martin Luther King Jr Day Event
Jan 20 @ 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture offers a fun-filled family event to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr with African music, drumming and dance, face painting, African drawing, crafts and activities, stories and costumes. Moses Ogunleye will teach the chiildren African drawing, DuPree and Barry Kornhauser (and guests) will perform songs about MLK’s life and Simba Yangala and the dancers from JungleDom will guide children through a relaxed African dance lesson, followed by a performance that welcomes the participation from both, children and adults.

Proceeds from this event will help provide scholarships for BSEC’s Ethics for Children Classes as well as help with our campaign for an accessibility ramp.

Doors open at 3.
Ticket prices:
$20 children 3 to 12 years old ( $25 at the door)
Free for children 2 yo or younger
$10 for adults and teens accompanying a child.( $15 at the door)
To purchase tickets using Eventbrite, please click here.

Proceeds from this event will help provide scholarships for BSEC’s Ethics for Children Classes as well as help with our campaign for an accessibility ramp.


Feb
11
Tue
Valentine Art Making for All (Individuals, Couples, Families, and Friends)
Feb 11 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Valentine Art Making for All (Individuals, Couples, Families, and Friends) @ Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
On February 11th individuals, couples, families, and friends are all invited to join together to celebrate love and creativity in this unique art-making workshop! Come make artwork for yourself or to gift a loved one. No previous experience required. 
 
As a creative community, we will come together to learn a bit about the Contemporary Artist Jim Dine and his use of hearts within his art. Using Dine’s works as inspiration, we will use a combination of printmaking and collage to create our own heart filled art. 
 
This project is designed to be suitable and successful for any age, preschoolers to adult, and any experience level. Special needs families welcome. Participants will be able to choose if their final product will be in card form or a mounted work. 
 
Angel Thompson is an artist, educator, writer and mother. She is a seasoned teaching artist with over a decade of experience working in communities throughout NYC. She is the co-author of Quick and Creative Art Projects for Creative Therapists with (Very) Limited Budgets. She is also a homeschool mom, loving the chance to learn together with her amazing 9yr old daughter.

Price:
$20 for adults
$15 for Teens and kids (16 and under)

Please click here to sign up for workshop