Monday, March 21
Where: Downtown Community Television Center, 87 Lafayette St., Tribeca
When: 6:30 p.m.
Filmmakers, actors, artists and educators come together to celebrate their creative work and their goal to make a difference. Awards will be handed out and the world premiere of a documentary featuring John Amos of “Good Times” and Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman of the Batman TV series, and finally a mixer for attendees to network. Although all are invited, RSVP is required. For more information, email email@example.com.
Where: The Way Station, 683 Washington Ave., Prospect Heights
When: 6:30 p.m.
Description: Live your best nerd life with this 21-and-over Harry Potter movie watching night at The Way Station, complete with alcoholic Butterbeer (yes, really). This week, the bar is screening "Order of the Phoenix" and the "Half Blood Prince," numbers five and six in the film series (for those Muggles who don’t have it memorized).
Where: Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Pl., Downtown
When: 7 p.m.
Ethan Katz will discuss his book, "Burdens of Brotherhood" — a sweeping history of Jews and Muslims in France from World War I to the present — with Professor Jonathan Gribetz of Princeton University. The event is free with proof of book purchase or $15 General Admission, $12 Members and Students
Tuesday, March 22
Where: C’mon Everybody, 325 Franklin Ave., Bed-Stuy
When: 8 p.m.
Head where the magic happens. Entertainment venue C’mon Everybody is hosting a “Magic Night” with tricks, comedy, and beer, featuring performers Matthew Cooper, Mike Patrick, and Adam Cordone.
Where: Woodbines, 47-10 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City
When: 8 pm
A brand ambassador from Macallan will be at the bar to offer tastes of three whiskeys, paired with tapas. Participants should RSVP by calling 718-361-8488.
Wednesday, March 23
Where: Site:Brooklyn, 165 Seventh St., Gowanus
When: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Meet the artists behind the new show at Site:Brooklyn, “Drawing Lines Across Mediums.”
Where: Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St., Red Hook
When: 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
To celebrate the Indian festival of colors, kids of all ages will have a chance to take part in a multilingual sing-along and to learn about classical Indian instruments and the connection between Indian and American tunes. The kids’ activities will be followed by a performance art piece and a live music concert for grown-ups at Pioneer Works.
Where: Union Hall, 702 Union St., Park Slope
When: 7:30 p.m.
It’s a mash-up of bingo, music trivia and karaoke at this event where prizes include tickets to events around the city.
Thursday, March 24
Where: West Park Presbyterian Church, 165 W. 86th St., Upper West Side
When: Sessions start at 4 p.m. and go until 7 p.m.
Kids from ages 5 to 18 can participate in art classes that are divided by age group at the church. Adults are also welcome to participate in these kids classes and will be given special assignments. For prices and registration email ArtStudio5005@gmail.com.
Where: Housing Works Bookstore, 126 Crosby St., SoHo
When: 7 p.m., doors open at 6:45 p.m.
Ask Roulette is a “conversation series” in which strangers ask each other questions live on stage and the end result is “unexpected connections, surprising anecdotes and honest conversation,” according to host Jody Avirgan, who is also a podcast host/producer at ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight. This week’s featured guests include Anna Sale, host of WNYC’s "Death, Sex and Money" podcast, and Jay Smooth of Fusion, Race Forward and WBAI. If you show up with a question to ask a stranger, you’ll answer a question first — to build trust — and then turn around and ask someone your question. Questions can be “silly, serious, whatever,” Avirgan says. The option to buy $8 presale tickets ends at 4 p.m. the day of the show, and if it’s not sold out, walk-up tickets can be purchased for cash or credit starting at 6:45 p.m. when the doors open.
These listings were compiled by DNAinfo's neighborhood reporters Danielle Tcholakian, Leslie Albrecht, Nikhita Venugopal, Jeanmarie Evelly, Carolina Pichardo, Emily Frost, Irene Plagianos, Camille Bautista and Rachel Holliday Smith.