Check out a robot church, and 20 more ways to have a very unique weekend

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Seriously one of the most unusual places in Brooklyn (pic c/o Atlas Obscura)

1. Flaunt your feline fandom at Bar Bahche’s Silent Auction to benefit no-kill cat shelter KittyKind. (Friday, FREE)

2. Or get a little darker at Big Irv’s with New York Remains, an art show featuring paintings of animal bones and skeletons found on the streets of NYC. (Friday, FREE)

3. Support a sweet raffle for teachers: the Way Station is giving away Amazon gift cards to buy school supplies, and each drink gets you a raffle ticket. (Friday, FREE)

4. Toil and trouble your way to East Williamsburg to see Dzieki Theater Company’s “improvisational Gypsy take” on Macbeth in a huge recycling center. (Friday through Sunday, $10)

5. Boogie over to Dumbo for the White Wave Dance Festival, with nearly 100 performances over three days. (Friday through Sunday, FREE)

6. Because Brooklyn DIY is wonderful, there are a ton of Silent Barn benefits happening; tonight’s is put on by AdHoc in a brand new space and features Alex G and Frankie Cosmos. (Friday, $15)

7. Get lyrical with the Brooklyn Gypsies art collective, presenting Ghetto Hors D’Oeuvres, in which rappers and poets will create an ode to Brooklyn’s “gritty streets.” (Friday & Saturday, $20)

8. Visit the wonderfully strange Anthropomorphic Robot Church with the New York Obscura Society to see a “live” robotic orchestral performance. (Friday through Sunday, $40)

9. Stay up (not very) late with live talk show Not Quite Midnight, featuring comedians Nick Vatterott, Langston Kerman, Colin Michael Fitzgerald Burgess, and more. (Friday, FREE)

10. Weave your way to the Old Stone House for the Kings County Fiber Festival, featuring wares from crocheters, dyers, knitters, quilters, spinners, and more. (Saturday, FREE)

11. Try to keep your eyes open at Tarot Society’s Waking Sleep Lucid Dreaming Lounge, a 50+ hour event with music, rituals, healing arts, demonstrations, and more. (Saturday & Sunday, $16)

12. Show your support at Silent Barn’s Silent OH! Market, with music and visuals all day, plus zines, books, prints, and plenty more for sale. (Saturday, FREE)

13. Swing your partner over to North Brooklyn Farms’ Harvest Carnival & Square Dance, which also features a watermelon-eating contest. (Saturday, $15)

14. Head to the Diamond for a celebration befitting the bar’s namesake: Rothtoberfest, featuring Brat.s for Teacher and Runnin’ With the Deviled Eggs, plus Roggen with the Devil beer from Greenpoint Brewing. (Saturday, FREE)

15. Dust off your Doc Martens and get down at the Party Like It’s 1999 5th Anniversary. (Saturday, FREE)

16. Learn some queer history during the Gay Graves Tour of Green-Wood Cemetery, visiting grave sites of lyricists, composers, sculptors, and more. (Sunday, $30)

17. Have a rhapsodic meal at Bloody Maria Callas Brunch, where Opera on Tap will serenade you while you dine and drink from Sycamore’s bloody mary bar. (Sunday, FREE)

18. Get in the autumn spirit in Bay Ridge at the Narrows Botanical Garden Harvest Festival, with a pumpkin patch, canine costume contest, and more. (Sunday, FREE)

19. Immerse yourself in Pioneer Works’ Second Sunday, this month featuring visual and sonic installations, a radio show, music and poetry from Zenen Zeferino, and 13-piece world-music ensemble Zozo Afrobeat. (Sunday, FREE)

20. Bake an apple pie in a hearth with the family (great for little ones!) at the Lefferts Historic House with the Prospect Park Alliance. (Sunday, $10)

21. Dance late into the night (you’re off tomorrow, right?) with You Don’t Have to Settle’s new indie music dance party, Yeah. (Sunday, FREE)

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