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Tots, Tweens & Teens Community Day at Weeksville

Media-focused activities the whole family can enjoy, including: Minecraft and a youth-focused film screening.

Date

Jun 9, 2018 • 12:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Cost

FREE W/ RSVP!

Location

Weeksville Heritage Center
158 Buffalo Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11213
United States
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Photo: Paola Mena

In conjunction with Weeksville Heritage Center’s Community Day, BRIC's Brooklyn Free Speech team will present the latest installment in their family-focused and super fun Tots, Tweens & Teens event series. Featuring media-focused activities the whole family can enjoy, including: 

A SCHEDULE OF THE DAY'S EVENTS

  • Minecraft Meetup, 12-3pm
  • Green Screen Fun, 12-3pm
  • Father's Day Shoutouts, 12-3pm
    • Shoutouts will air on Brooklyn Free Speech TV leading up to Father's Day on Sunday, June 17
  • Grandparent's Day Shoutouts, 12-3pm
    • Shoutouts will air on Brooklyn Free Speech TV leading up to Grandparent's Day on Sunday, September 9
  • B Scene: Youthful Flavor (Youth-focused film screening), 3-4:30pm

ABOUT BROOKLYN FREE SPEECH
Brooklyn Free Speech
 is YOUR Emmy-winning, community-produced TV and podcast network featuring content produced by YOUBrooklyn Free Speech has aired hundreds of thousands of hours of community-produced media since it hit the airwaves in 1990. We take great pride in airing your local films, documentaries, podcasts, and moments on our channels. We think of our community-produced media platforms as: Locally sourced. Globally shared.

HAVE A QUESTION
Call or email the Brooklyn Free Speech team at 718.683.5600 or BFreeBK@BRICartsmedia.org.

Venue Information:

BRIC is honored to partner with Weeksville in presenting the B Scene screening events from our Brooklyn Free Speech program. Weeksville Heritage Center (WHC), Brooklyn’s largest African-American cultural institution, is a multidimensional museum dedicated to preserving the history of the 19th century African American community of Weeksville, Brooklyn - one of America’s first free black communities. Weeksville advances its mission through history, preservation, visual and performing arts, ecology and the built environment.

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