Virtual Educational Opportunities and Fun Programs

Downtown Brooklyn: Have you ever wanted to take ballet, or tap dance lessons, boxing, pilates or yoga? You can do all that or take virtual cooking lessons or join a virtual book club. There is something for the whole family to do.  Visit: https://www.downtownbrooklyn.com/events

Museum of the City of New York: Join the Museum of the City of New York for virtual programming and events like; New York Communities of Color and the Police: A Historical Perspective which will be held on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 6:30p.  Join for a virtual discussion about how communities of color have experienced and responded to the police in twentieth-century. New York. Veteran TV journalist Carol Jenkins leads three distinguished professors of African-American history—LaShawn HarrisCarl Suddler, and Cheryl Hicks—in a conversation about the complex roots of the city’s (and nation’s) ongoing crisis of policing. This virtual event is Free but, Registration is Required. Registrants will receive a Zoom link to access this conversation. Visit: https://www.mcny.org/event/new-yorks-communities-color-and-police-historical-perspective

Brooklyn Public Library:  There are a variety of virtual activities for each age group to participate in depending on what you like to do. There are workshops that will teach you how to knit, games for teens like Jeopardy, teen book club, how to tell and create comics, and virtual story time for the little ones. Visit: https://www.bklynlibrary.org/calendar/list/Virtual%20Programming?page=1