Am I Invisible? A Portrait of New York City Bicyclists April 8 – June 3, 2014 Opening: Tuesday, April 8, 7 pm – 9 pm What makes New York City’s bicyclists so different, so appealing? Am I Invisible? A Portrait of New York City Bicyclists is an open, juried exhibit of photography and art that celebrates the style and diversity of the city’s bicyclists. Curated by Jeanne Hilary of Bicycle Utopia, where art and cycling meet in New York City. Meet…Find out more »
Thursday, April 24 @ 8 pm Brooklyn Reading Works: Funny Papers $5 suggested donation Join us for Brooklyn Reading Works, curated by our favorite funny lady, Marianne Fontana.Find out more »
Learn to dance in the elegance of the late 19th Century with world-renowned dance historian and instructor Susan de Guardiola. Put on your finest period garb, Steampunk attire, or just dress to impress for an evening of ballroom dancing at the historic Old Stone House
Jump in and get your tickets early this is the 4th time we have Hosted Ms. de Guardiola and the events have always sold to capacity. Please make sure to purchase your tickets ahead of schedule.
For more info on what our instructor for the evening has to offer please visit: http://www.kickery.com/
Saturday 4/26 * Saturday 5/10 BIKE BROOKLYN BASEBALL: a history of brooklyn through baseball 11:30 – 2:30, $40 Sign up on-line: http://www.gothamsidewalks.com/Tours.html Use promo code OSH for 20% discount. Meet in front of the Old Stone House. 100 years of baseball in 10 miles and 3 hours of biking! Whether you’re from Brooklyn or not, you’ve probably heard about the great local ballclubs of the 1950s. The Yankees, Dodgers, and Giants battled in New York to rule the major leagues. In…Find out more »