Weekend Events

The Cherry Blossom Festival at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens has fields of pink blossoms. It has a fashion show, sword ceremony, a lot of dances, drumming and instruments not seen in the NY. Also there are tours, a magician, kiminos, pinwheels and puzzle events. Sunday is the better day to go because of the Fashion Show. The lily pond is a must. To buy food there are 20 minute lines so you may want to bring your own. Admission is only $15 for students, $20 for adults. General site bbg.org Saturday: http://www.bbg.org/visit/event/sakura_matsuri_2013#/tabs-1  Sunday: http://www.bbg.org/visit/event/sakura_matsuri_2013#/tabs-2

Shanghai Glamour: new women 1910s-40s, Chinese fashion till September 29 at the Museum of Chinese in America215 Centre St. (Centre/Grand) Manhattan,

Tribeca Family Festival, Saturday, Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair. The always vibrant Tribeca Film Festival comes to a close on April 28, but before the festivities end, families get their own day of activities on April 27. From 10am to 6pm, along Greenwich Street between Hubert and Chambers Streets, celebrate the arts with performances from the casts of Broadway shows, crafts, face painting, film screenings and more. You’ll also get to sample food from area restaurants and peruse wares from neighborhood merchants. Enjoy free performances, film screenings, crafts and more on April 28. tribecafilm.com

Sunday: Hack the Rock: Rockaway Civic Hack Day 11am. A community workshop to brainstorm around what web based tools and apps they wished existed for emergency preparedness and response.  At Beach 95th Street and Shore Front Parkway (in Rockaway Beach), Queens. http://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2013/04/28/hack-the-rock-rockaway-civic-hack-day

34th Annual Antique Auto Show 11am-4pm. Queens Automobile memorabilia, historic house tours, hayrides, and food will be available. County Farm Museum (in Queens Farm Park), Queens $5

Politics: The mayoral candidate and billionaire John Catsimatidis will be speaking at Ceol Irish Pub in the back room for the Brooklyn Young Republican Club at 199  Smith Street, Brooklyn  2-4pm, free admission.


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