From gingerbread to carolers, there’s plenty to do around South Slope this weekend. These are our top picks.
Thursday, December 20
Come out to Barbès (376 9th Avenue) this Thursday, and listen to Andy Statman play, what the New York Times calls,”Modern American music with ancient mysteries at the core.” Show starts at 8pm, and there is a $10 cover.
Friday, December 21
Get your carol on with the 5th Avenue BID this Friday, as they celebrate the season with Make Music Park Slope. South Slopers can gather at South (629 Fifth Avenue), Freddy’s (627 Fifth Avenue), or Piramide (499 Fifth Avenue) at 6:45pm, and spread holiday cheer for 8 blocks down 5th Ave. Meet at Washington Park (5th Avenue and 3rd Street) afterward for more caroling, hot chocolate and cider.
Saturday, December 22
City Stomp is offering a free trial class to families with children ages 5 months to 4 years The class is scheduled for 10am this Saturday at their 283 Prospect Avenue location. RSVP is required. Email the time you would like to attend, your name and your child’s name to email@example.com.
Sunday, December 23
Grab the kids and head over the Hootenanny Art House (426-428 15th St) for a gingerbread making workshop, hosted by The Farm at Adderley. Workshops are scheduled for 10am, 11:30am and 1pm. To RSVP, contact Hootenanny at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-369-0528