Update: Open Streets Montague has been cancelled today because of rain. The poetry lessons will be indoors at 144 Montague, and Mad for Chicken is still offering the kids eat free deal. We’ll advise you if any of the activities scheduled for today will will take place next Saturday.
The pop-up blooms (photo by C. Scales) will be back between Henry and Hicks tomorrow (Saturday, June 24) from noon until 5:00 PM. At 4:00 PM under the blooms children’s book author Mallory Schloss will read from her book Let’s Move and Groove!, “that encourages children ages 2-5 to dance around, act silly, and practice foundational skills like counting and the ABCs.” From noon until five between Henry and Clinton the New York Society of Play will offer kids six years and older “interactive and imaginative games.” Also between Henry and Clinton from noon to five Super Soccer Stars will offer kids under five lessons in soccer skills. From noon to five at their studio, 144 Montague (between Henry and Clinton) Brooklyn Poets will present drop in classes for aspiring young poets ages 7-9, 10-12, and 13-18. There is a modest fee for these classes; you may register here.
Music will return to Montague this Saturday, sponsored by The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights. Between Henry and Hicks from !:00 and 2:00 PM “[y]outh music sensation” JAW will perform “a set of cover and original rock the likes of which you’ve never heard before.” At the same location from 3:00 to 5:00 PM the “award winning R&B soul collective” Morissania Band Project will do “soul-stirring tributes to legendary funk, rock, and soul artists, and some original music sure to get you up and dancing.”
As always on Saturdays in June and July, from noon until five if you take a child ages 1 through 10 to Mad for Chicken, 80 Montague (betweeen Hicks and Pierrepont Place) and order an entree, the child will get a free serving of three chicken tenders and fries.
There’s more information here.