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By Leila Gastil | on September 26,2012 at 2:52PM

Friday, Sept 28th - Saturday, Sept 29th, 7:00pm-10:00pm
The Art of Wine @ House of Art Gallery, 408 Marcus Garvey Blvd. (btwn Macon & Halsey), 347 663-8195. The Pairing of Wine and Contemporary Fine Art. Wine, food, music and art will be curated together to provide an experience your senses won't soon forget. Cost: $10 per person. RSVP: rsvpevennts@hoagallerycom.

Friday, Sept 28th - Sunday, Sept 30th
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:

Saturday, Sept 29th, 12-7:30pm
Gallim Dance Open House @ Gallim Dance, 520 Clinton Ave. (btwn Fulton St & Atlantic Ave). In celebration of Gallim Dance’s new home at the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, the event will feature FREE classes for all ages and abilities throughout the day including Yoga for Balance, Gallim Dance Contemporary Technique, Adult Class for Beginners, Creative Movement for Children, local food and artisan vendors, and activities for children. More info at: www.

Sunday, Sept 30, 12-6pm
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:

Tuesday, Oct 2nd, 6-9pm
Brooklyn Shaken & Stirred @ The Green Building, 482 Union Street at Bond Street. The Brooklyn spirits scene is exploding and you can sample the best the borough has to offer at Brooklyn Shaken & Stirred. Explore cocktails and artisanal siriits from home-grown distilleries including Brooklyn Gin, Broolyn Republic Vodka, Cacao Prieto, Greenhook Ginsmiths, Jack from Brooklyn, Q Drinks and Van Brunt Stillhouse. Wine from Brooklyn Oenology and Brooklyn Winery, beer from Sixpoint Brewery, plus tequila, mezcal and whiskey coctaiils. Enjoy food and cocktails from over a dozen restaurants. Tickets are $45 for unlimited food & drink. Get your ticket now!

Thursday, Oct 4th, 9:30-11:30pm
Ramblin Rose @ The Way Station, 683 Washington Ave (btwn Prospect Pl & St Marks), 347-627-4949. Since May 2011 Burlesque powerhouse Rosie 151 and Brooklyn's premiere dixieland band, The Red Hook Ramblers, have made The Way Station their home. Ramblin Rose can be seen the first Thursday of every month and viewers of the show can expect to be taken back to a time when the term 'heavy metal' meant a swingin brass section, where women rolled there stockings down, and the libations were loose!

Friday, Oct 5th, 9-11pm
Tin Pan Band @ The Way Station, 683 Washington Ave (btwn Prospect Pl & St Marks), 347-627-4949. American roots music featuring elements of jazz, blues, country and rock. The New York Times: “I love this music! I love the dancing! I love it! [...] A strong, bluesy voice full of heart. We all feel it.“ - - Roxana Robinson, (May 15, 2009).

Sunday, Oct 7th, 4:40-6pm
The Art & Architecture of Brooklyn Brownstones hosted by Clem Labine @ 440 Gallery, 440 6th Ave (btwn 9th and 10th St.), 917-499-3844. Ths illustrated presentation tells the story of Brooklyn Brownstones in three parts: (1) A brief review of the history of Brownstone row house development in Brooklyn (2) How to see a Brownstone -- A look at various brownstone types and the architectural features that define each (3) The story of how one 1883 Park Slope brownstone was transformed from a run-down rooming house and retured too its original Victorian elegance. More info at:

Thursday, Oct 18th, Wednesday, Oct 31st, 1-9pm.
Gravesend Inn, A Haunted Hotel @ NYC College of Technology Voorhees Theatre, 186 Jay Street, 718-260-5588. The Gravesend Inn, a high-tech haunted hotel, has been thrilling children and adults alike since 2000. Guaranteed to make your hair stand up if you have hair or send shivers up your spine if you don’t.

Sunday, Oct 28th, 2-6pm
Fall Fling Open House @ Dig Brooklyn, 479 Atlantic Avenue (btwn 3rd & Nevins), 718-554-0207. Come join us for Dig's Fall Fling Open House. We will be featuring holiday plant and decorating ideas, as well as many other gift and gardening ideas that we have in the shop. Refreshments will be served, so stop by and have a drink with the Dig team!

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