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By Leila Gastil | on September 12,2012 at 5:39PM


Friday, Sept 14th - Saturday, Sept 15th, 8pm-10pm
Williamsburg Fashion Week @ Windmill Studios, 287 Kent Avenue (btwn S 1st & S 2nd). Our eleventh season is here, and it is our most ambitious yet. WFW has always focused on innovative design, innovative presentation and conscientious production, and as usual, this season presents fifteen designers who are doing just that. Curated to show the staggering diversity of styles for which Williamsburg has come to be known, there will be something for every taste and style.

Sept 15th Saturday, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
French Bulldog Party @ By Brooklyn, 261 Smith St. (btwn Douglass & Degraw), 718-643-0606. Celebrate French Bull Dogs with a party just for them. Sponsored by Bulldog Gin, we will serve up French cocktails and french snacks. All proceeds benefit B.A.R.C. one of our favorite local animal shelters! $10 per peson $5 with a Frenchie (or any bulldog!).

Tuesday, Sept 18th , 8pm-11pm
Anthology of American Folk Music Night @ The Way Station, 683 Washington Ave (btwn Prospect Pl & St. Mark's), 347-627-4949. Brooklyn musician Elisa Flynn will host a tribute to the Anthology of American Folk Music at the Way Station, featuring approximately one dozen NYC area musicians. This summer, she approached Andy Heidel, proprietor of the Way Station, with the idea of doing a tribute show, and contacted friends and other local musicians to join her. The response was overwhelmingly positive, and the show will feature a variety of perspectives and interpretations of these classic songs. Musicians playing on 9/18 will include Elisa Flynn, Lys Guillorn, Alice Genese, Ms. Biz, Alex Mallett, Painless Parker, Mark Rogers, Andy Lee, Maharajah Sweets, Jon Ladeau, and Matt DeBlass. More inormation: www.waystationbk.blogspot.comm

Sept 28th Friday - Sept 30th Sunday
DUMBO Arts Festival 2012 @ Art Spaces in DUMBO. Each year the Dumbo Arts Festival seeks to highlight Brooklyn’s commitment to and presence in the arts community by presenting the best in local, national, and international art amid the breathtaking backdrop of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline.
The Dumbo Arts Festival attracts 200,000 visitors over 3 days with the participation of over 500 artists from a variety of disciplines, 100 studios, 50 galleries and stages and 100 programming partners. More info at:

Sunday, Sept 30, 12-6
38th Annual Atlantic Antic (Atlantic Ave from Hicks to 4th Ave), 718-243-1414. The annual Atlantic Antic is the street festival to end all street festivals! On this beautiful autumn day in Brooklyn, the Atlantic Antic will bring together thousands of people to Atlantic Avenue to celebrate the longstanding tradition of food, art, music, shopping, festivities, and fun! Full details here:

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