Things to Do Today: Wednesday, February 6

The weather is getting frosty, and that’s the perfect time to enjoy these fun and interesting indoor events!

Being Human – Call of the Wild: Writers Janyce Stefan-Cole, Lisa Sita, and Anne Whitehouse contribute to the anthology “Being Human: Call of the Wild,” and will read their stories at this special event at St. Francis College.

Middle Grade Book Club: Kids’ book blogger Jordan B. Nielsen of will be hosting a discussion hour with themed activities based off of the chapter book of the month.

Beers at the Office: Come learn more about what Neighbors Allied for Good Growth does and collaborate, conspire, and commiserate with your friends and neighbors and other NAG volunteers.

Paper Mache: Sculpture, Masks + Sustainable Art: In this class you will work one on one with an instructor to create one small project of your choosing. Students will complete one paper mache project before the end of the class and will leave the class with the knowledge of how to create their magnificent works of art from home with accessible and recyclable materials.

Jewelry Making Workshop: The founders of British favorite Tatty Devine bring their accessory-making expertise to powerHouse for a jewelry making workshop and launch party.

Recycle-a-Bicycle Volunteer Night: Lend a hand, meet others, and learn basic bike mechanics, free of charge. No previous experience necessary! All are welcome!

All-Borough Town Hall Meeting: Brooklyn residents are invited to speak directly to many of the WABC 7 reporters and anchors about the issues they believe are important to their neighborhoods or the city at large.

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