Mon, Oct 21 3:51pm

Here are some wonderful events happening in our area:



Save the date for an adult only learning event sponsored by the PS 321 Social Emotional Learning Committee and the PS 321 PTA. This FREE event is open to the community and is meant to help with understanding and supporting the emotional growth of young girls.
Girls Leadership: Raising Resilient Girls
Wednesday, Oct. 23
6:30 to 8 pm
PS 321

Between ages 10 and 13, girls’ confidence levels drop by 30%, and anxiety and depression rates in teen girls are double those of boys. Learn about the pressures that are unique to being a girl today and how you can help girls navigate these challenges with confidence. Girls Leadership’s Co-Founder and CEO Simone Marean will give her acclaimed parent education talk focusing on practical, actionable advice that you can use at home to help support the young girl or girls in your life. Her presentation covers the development of girl dynamics from preschool through high school.

Girls Leadership puts social and emotional learning (SEL) at the foundation of all our leadership development. We see girls’ real-life, every-day relationships with friends and family as the primary opportunity we have to teach girls the leadership skills that will serve them over a lifetime: self-advocacy, negotiation, compromise, personal responsibility and conflict as an opportunity for change. Our goal is to equip every girl with the courage, skills, and community to exercise the power of her voice.

$5 suggested donation. Open to the community. Childcare available for school-age children. This talk is for parents and educators, not children.

To secure a spot please RESERVE HERE.



A Deep Dive into Your Child's IEP

Neuropsychologist Dr Claire Golden and Education Advocate Miriam Nunberg dive into the inner workings of your child's IEP. This workshop is for you if your child's IEP makes your head spin and you want to understand how to make sure your child is actually getting everything it requires, or if you want to strengthen it to better serve your child's needs.


Learn to read an IEP like a pro. The more you understand the IEP's terminology and concepts, the better you can advocate for your child.

Click on the date for tickets:




at the Brooklyn Creative League

540 President Street, 3rd Floor



The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music hopes your school year is off to a great start! We wanted to share some info about an upcoming family concert and a special discount on tickets;
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS and use promo code SECRETSTRINGS at checkout for $5 off each ticket. 
Saturday, October 26 | 2 & 3:30pm 
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Concert Hall
58 Seventh Ave. (at Lincoln Place)
In "Meet the Strings," we'll learn about the glorious string section and all the different ways the violin, viola and cello are used to make music. This concert features our BKCM String Quartet as we explore a range of styles and composers--from Mozart to bluegrass and Cuban Danzon to the Harry Potter movie score. We'll end with an instrument petting zoo so we can "Meet the Strings" up close! Halloween costumes are welcome (we'll have a spooky* string-music surprise)...  
Hope to see you there!
*Speaking of spooky, don't forget to add us to your Halloween trick-or-treating route. The haunted ConSPOOKatory garden will be open 10/31 from 4-6pm!