Five Things to Do This Week, Feb. 11 to 15

Our picks for fun and local weekday events.


Bring your little one to Gialeti's Cafe for Spellbound Storytime. Every Monday at 4 p.m. the drop-in weekly storytime entertains kids, from 0 to 5 years, with music, stories, puppets and more.  The event blends songs, popular books and fables, and classic nursery rhymes with a special twist into an interactive and stimulating storytime specially crafted for babies and toddlers.  


Don’t miss at The Rock Shop! The Ghost Wolves are a face melting, skull smashin' rock & roll duo based out of Austin, TX, featuring guitarist Carley Wolf and drummer Jonathan Konya. They play a mash up of juke joint spook blues and 60's garage rock thrash, with a dash of old school rockabilly and glam.


Want to help keep the park clean? You can pick up trash around the Audubon Center and Lefferts Historic House, making the space more enjoyable for everyone! Enter Prospect Park at Lincoln Road at Ocean Avenue for Wednesday Corps at Prospect Park Alliance from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register online for specific location information. 


Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Union Hall with The Muppet Vault! This special evening event will include selections from the classic TV special, “The Muppets Valentine Show,” plus lots of love-and-romance-themed clips and songs from The Muppet Show, Sesame Street and other classic Jim Henson productions. Come and play trivia, win cool prizes and enjoy drink specials.


Come to the The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture for Prospect Concerts: Flying with John Mettam and Jenny Hill with Liquid Horn. The joint will be jumpin’ with Flying Home, a band led by drummer John Mettam, performing the music of the Benny Goodman Sextet and other classics from the Swing Era. Cut a rug or sit back and enjoy this finger poppin’ jive session with Michael McGinnis (clarinet), Tom Beckham (vibes), Sean Moran (guitar), Brian Drye (trombone), and Jim Whitney (bass) plus special guest singer Toby Williams.


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