Don’t get put in a corner! Let your week take flight with Dirty Dancing at SummerScreen. (#5)

1. Never say die—head out to Coney Island to watch Goonies under the stars. (Monday, FREE)

2. Get literary in Dumbo with the Books Beneath the Bridge series, this month presented by powerHouse Books and featuring readings from Jami Attenberg and Kate Bolick. (Monday, FREE)

3. Join a NY Transit Museum discussion about the ways the MTA uses technology to accommodate the diverse needs of its differently abled ridership. (Tuesday, FREE)

4. Help 20-time Moth Storyslam winner Adam Wade with his very first live album recording. (Tuesday, $10)

5. Don’t put Baby (or yourself) in the corner at the SummerScreen showing of Dirty Dancing in McCarren Park. (Wednesday, FREE)

6. Get queer with the vaudeville and theater extravaganza “Rocky & Rhoda’s Lesbian Past” at Jack. (Wednesday & Thursday, $10)

7. Find out what a listicle looks like IRL at BuzzFeed Live: Exposed, featuring Jay Smooth, Guy Branum, Mia Alvar, Matt Ortile, Kaye Toal, and more. (Thursday, $6)

8. Regain your wonder at Silent Barn’s Title:Point salon, “My Life Used to Be So Magic,” which promises art, entertainment, food, and conversation. (Thursday, $7)

9. Celebrate independent filmmaking at the Paper Box with the 16th annual TromaDance Film Festival. (Friday, FREE)

10. Learn to keep out of harm’s way—and what to do if you can’t—at the Genderqueer / Trans* Self-Defense Class. (Friday, FREE)

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