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Artists of all skill levels (including beginners) are welcome to join us in the Great Room on the 2nd floor of the Old Stone House for this evening session with a professional life model.

Bring your favorite supplies (no oils or sprays please) and get sketching! We’ll do a variety of short and long poses. Chairs and drawing boards will be provided.

Seating is limited and proof of vaccination is required for entry.

Unfortunately the venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Follow this link to get your ticket on Eventbrite.




Mozart for Munchkins creates a relaxed, interactive, and engaging environment where children and their families can experience and enjoy the wonders of classical, jazz, bluegrass, and more! Children of all ages are welcome to observe, explore, discover, sing, and dance to their hearts’ content, while parents, grandparents, and caregivers sit back, relax, and enjoy the concert.

While our concert setting is informal, the programming remains first-rate; from Bach to Bernstein, Beethoven to bluegrass, and Tchaikovsky to Thelonious Monk, Mozart for Munchkins features outstanding repertoire performed by world-class musicians from Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway, and beyond—an unforgettable experience for the whole family!

Children 12 and under are always free.

Musical genres and instruments are different for each show, get tickets to all Mozart for Munchkins concerts using this link.

Join textile artist Iviva Olenick for a special in-person Stitchcraft embroidery circle in the Dooryard Garden where we’re growing plants traditionally used for women’s health in consultation with local herbalists, including Danielle Moore of Herbal Underground, and Director of Gardens, Sam Lewis.

Embroidery supplies and brief instruction provided at the start of our session.

Sign up on Eventbrite using this link.

Our biggest party of the year returns- get your ticket now for our adults only soiree in the playground!

Rock the House is an annual fundraising event that supports the beautification of the gardens and Park around the Old Stone House. Enjoy delicious food and drinks from local restaurants, live music and dancing around the Park.

This year we are honoring Andrea Parker, Executive Director of the Gowanus Canal Conservancy, for her incredible contributions to the neighborhood.

Get your tickets using this link.

PIP: Playwrights in Process is presented by Piper Theatre as an opportunity for writers to share their material and receive feedback from enthusiastic listeners.

Three or four writers will share 20 minutes of their work + 10 minutes for feedback.

This event is free to attend and everyone is welcome in the audience – come with an open mind and help support creativity!

If you are a writer and would like to share your work, email pip@pipertheatre.org to reserve a time.

Follow this link to learn more about Piper Theatre.


Open Note is a series of eight intimate, monthly concerts curated and performed by students from the Mannes School of Music.
Formed initially as a performance opportunity during the Part-Time Faculty strike that affected all members of the Mannes community in fall 2022, Open Note is being run in spring 2023 by the students in the spirit of building community and spreading hope after such a difficult time.
This collection of concerts is free to the public; everyone is welcome.
Please note that the space is not wheelchair accessible.

Brooklyn Pop-Up returns to the Park on April 29, just in time for Mother’s Day shopping!

Get great gifts (for Mom, a graduate, or yourself) at this outdoor market featuring local artisans. Find unique fashion and jewelry, home décor, bath products, and art to suit every style while supporting small businesses.

Enjoy this live musical performance from New York-based folk group Hudson Valley Sally.

This is the group’s 10th annual concert at OSH, and they are proud to be joined by Mario Cancel-Bigay , singer/songwriter/cuatro player extraordinaire from Puerto Rico, and Ruben Gonzalez, singer/songwriter/guitarist extraordinaire from Argentina.  It will be a spirited evening in English and Spanish.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite here.

During Zine Camp, your child will learn zine-making as a community-centered practice, one that builds social-emotional learning, and teaches skill development for the creation of self-determined storytelling.
We’ll transform a single piece of paper into a “magic book”, make our own sketchbooks out of recycled household materials, and explore collaborative storytelling techniques to create a class book, which we will edition together so that each child can bring home a copy. We integrate lots of outdoor playtimes throughout the week in the park just outside.

Ages 7 – 10
Monday – Friday, 9-3pm
April 10 – 14, 2023

Register your child using this link. Questions? Email hello@booklyn.org.

Meet us at 10 am at the tree beds on 5th avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets. We will be cleaning and spreading compost on the tree beds.

All supplies will be provided! Please dress comfortably for the weather and our work together.

Please use this link to RSVP so we have an accurate idea of volunteer numbers.