Trixie Little will be so hoop-y to see you (#12) (pic via Facebook)

1. If shopping’s your thing today, try the International Coalitition for African Fashion’s Black Friday Pop-Up Shop at MoCADA, with handmade clothing and accessories from 20+ designers. (Friday, FREE)

2. Or skip the shopping and bring the troops to Brooklyn Bowl’s Post-Thanksgiving Family Bowl, free from noon on. (Friday, FREE)

3. Or sleep all day and then venture out to Halyard’s for some laughs: Bitches Brew features Eli Sairs, Aparna Nacherla, Lance Weiss, Mike Leibovitz, and Sharron Paul. (Friday, FREE)

4. If you need to dance it out, head to the Basement Bar for Bk Wildlife’s Post-Turkey-Day Holiday Party, with music and DJs late into the night. (Friday, FREE)

5. Or if sitting still and giggling is all the activity you can handle, try Videology’s Comedyology, which promises movie mocking and trailer trash-talking, with proceeds going to New York Cares. (Friday, $5 suggested)

6. Shop local at the Brooklyn Makers Holiday Bazaar, with 35+ crafters, artisans, and foodies plying their wares. (Saturday & Sunday, FREE)

7. Or shop strange at Question the Store’s Pop-Up Market, featuring curious and fabulous items like ice cream truck underwear, shoulder-pad purses, and sartorial jewelry. (Saturday, FREE)

8. Celebrate your favorite independent Bk bookstores on Indies First Day, with special events at Word and Community Bookstore. (Saturday, FREE)

9. See a crazy selection of dozens of classical and contemporary short films at Pioneer Works during the Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation. (Saturday, $10)

10. If you want to party while you shop, check out Meta4rikal Minds’ Autumn Creative Expo, a marketplace with jewelry, art, and decor, plus performances from musicians, poets, and artists throughout the night. (Saturday, $11.54)

11. Harken back to your very first time when Comic Sans presents the Virgin Chronicles, a night of “first time” stories from comedians McCarton Ackerman, Paul Alan Tanner, and Garry N. Hannon. (Saturday, FREE)

12. Get sexy in Dumbo at Burlesque Below the Bridges, hosted by Bastard Keith and featuring alluring acts by Trixie Little, Chris Harder, Elizabeth Munn, and more. (Saturday, $20)

13. Or get freaky at Slingshot’s Antik Roadshow, a cabaret with music, aerial acts, and sideshow performances. (Saturday, $10)

14. Dance it out at the queer spectacle Psychic Fall, with lots of DJs including Donny Burlin, Tavish, and Analog Soul. (Saturday, $10)

15. Or if you prefer an all-rap dance party, head to Future Old School at Friends & Lovers. (Saturday, FREE)

16. Stomp your feet & clap your hands at the 4th annual Brooklyn Bluegrass Bash. (Sunday, $30)

17. Get boozy with the Beerded Ladies at Covenhoven’s monthly bottle swap. (Sunday, FREE)

18. Get silly at the Experiment Comedy Gallery’s Day of Jest, featuring Brett Hiker, Ryan Schutt, and Jack Comstock. (Sunday, $10)

19. Or get lyrical at Owl’s Head with the Bay Ridge Poets Society’s open mic and gathering. (Sunday, FREE)

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