Here's the weekly roundup of events (as always, it's a full slate):
- Women Love the World, a three day festival and fundraiser celebrating women artist activists, runs from Wednesday-Friday at LaunchPad. Click on the flyer above or follow the link for more details.
- You can also swing by LaunchPad for a beginner Italian lesson (the start of a course) tomorrow night at 8:30pm, catch the Built in Brooklyn Craft Fair on Saturday from 12-6pm, a Board Games Night on Saturday starting at 8pm, and a clothing swap on Sunday afternoon from 2-5pm.
- Don't forget the Town Hall Meeting this Saturday, from 12-3pm at PS 22 (Classon and St. Marks). Organizers are also still looking for volunteers to help with outreach this week and to help coordinate the event - more information at the CHCA site.
- Debates about policing in New York City continue to rage after several days of protest in East Flatbush following the killing of Kimani Gray and the beginning of Floyd v. City of New York this week. Locally, city comptroller and mayoral hopeful John Liu will host a Town Hall Meeting (not to be confused with the one above) on Stop and Frisk this Wednesday at the Concord Baptist Church of Christ at 833 Gardner C. Taylor Boulevard (Marcy Avenue) from 5:30 -7:30pm.