Join the Illuminati, 17 more conspiratorial weekend ideas

It's time you joined the club

It’s time you joined the club

1. Have a meta discussion about a book about books in at BookCourt at the release of Tim Park’s Where I’m Reading. (Friday)

2. Drink with everyone and dance with everyone and make out with everyone at Passenger Bar’s Music Video Make Out Party. (Friday)

3. Unleash your inner cool 60s British kid at Go-Go Gotham with ska, rocksteady, and mod at The Diamond. (Friday)

4. Eat free, stealthy pizza and laugh at really subtle jokes at The Secret Loft Show. (Friday)

5. Finally, you’ve got a chance to join the Illuminati and do mind control experiments on Brooklynites, at Adventures’ Illuminati Recruitment Ritual dance party . (Friday)

6. You’ll be really sad if you miss out on the hip-hop and R&B sets DJ TAP.10 and Tha Yell0w R KEL have for FOMOparty. (Friday)

7. Those crayon and construction paper bills can add up, so get tips on funding your art with Brooklyn Plans at Shoestring Press. (Friday)

8. Check out some self-published works on feminism, film, politics, and lots more at Brooklyn Zine Fest. (Saturday-Sunday)

9. Cheat for a cause at this scrabble tournament benefiting education nonprofit 826NYC. (Saturday)

10. Kar Yee Noodle Shop is popping up at Court Tree Collective to bring you a fleeting bowl of Hong Kong noodle soup. (Saturday)

11. We know how bitter you are about not having had a proper 80s prom, so make up for lost time at If You Leave: Pretty in Pink 80s Prom. (Saturday)

12. See Ryan Reiss of Late Night with Seth Meyers bring his chuckle A-game to WORD bookstore for Greenpoint Comedy Night. (Saturday)

13. Writers and visual artists have paired together to dazzle all your senses at Ekphrasis #4. (Saturday)

14. It’s Skylark’s 3rd birthday, and if you should go eat some cake and party with them, because anyone knows how to throw a bash, it’s a bar. (Saturday)

15. Spring shopping beats spring cleaning, so buy some cool local stuff at Greenpointers’ Spring Market. (Sunday)

16. Scowl at Deth P. Sun’s delightfully titled Grumpy Bert art show, “Being and Nothingness.” (Sunday)

17. Flip out over the free aerial lessons at The Muse’s Grand Opening party. (Sunday)

18. It’s a bear! It’s a snake! It’s both, as Obsolete Cinema shows animal B-movie classics Grizzly and Anaconda in at Freddy’s. (Sunday)

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