Miss this and you’re gonna be just another sucker MC

1. Say an appropriately loud last goodbye to the Brooklyn Night Bazaar in Greenpoint with Perfect Pussy and friends. (Saturday, FREE)

2. Browse great wares while listening to live tunes and stories at South Slope’s newest flea market at Mary’s Bar. (Saturday & Sunday, FREE)

3. Try on some gently used gentlemanly attire at the Lesbian Herstory Archives Boots & Bowties clothing swap. (Saturday, $20 or less with donations)

4. See some slates (okay, probably canvasses) that are anything but blank at Tabla Rasa Gallery’s 10-year anniversary closing reception. (Saturday, FREE)

5. Get ready for endless summer with the Picture Rockaway photo show. (Saturday, FREE)

6. Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War with a stunning procession through Green-Wood’s grounds lit up by 5,000 candles—one for each veteran laid to rest there. (Saturday, $25)

7. Most likely you’ll go your way, but maybe that way includes seeing the Zimmymen & the Wimmymen performing Blonde on Blonde in a Bob Dylan birthday tribute. (Saturday, FREE)

8. Watch jokes from the likes of Sasheer Zamata and John Early come to life before your eyes at the Picture This! animated comedy show. (Saturday, $8)

9. Learn the true tale of Ed Leedskalnin—who claimed to have used magnetic forces and levitation to build a massive monument in Florida—told with puppets! (Saturday, $10)

10. Try to figure out which stray hairs came from where at Branded Saloon’s drag burlesque show Staches & Lashes. (Saturday, $7–$15)

11. Travel down South (all the way to Dumbo) with Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers’ old-timey Mississippi delta blues. (Saturday, FREE)

12. Take in some burlesque and go-go dancing from lovely ladies with wild names, including Iris Explosion, Corvette LeFace, and Divina Gransparkle. (Saturday, $15)

13. Eat tacos, sip margaritas, and catch cameos by the Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, the Fat Boys, and Sheila E. in Krush Groove at Habana Outpost. (Sunday, FREE)

14. Get cat-tastically overwhelmed with Meow Day NYC‘s feline frenzy of kitty-themed art and vendors, meowmosas, and plenty of adoptable kittehs. (Sunday, FREE)

15. Eat yourself silly and then dance it right off at Do or Dine with Rub-a-Grub‘s “curated rounds of food and beats.” (Sunday, $15)

16. Do like the Polynesians (would probably never) do, and get ready to start a season of sweaty dance parties with the Tiki Disco’s Season 6 opener. (Sunday, $10)

17. Gawk at a vaudeville variety lineup that’s practically a force of nature, including a ventriloquist, a trick-roper, and a risqué accordionist. (Sunday, $10)

18. Quick like a bunny—hop over to a LGBTQ dance party in a bar with a rich queer history. (Sunday, $5)

19. Unleash your inner beast at Videology’s Mem-ROAR-ial Day animal movie marathon. (Monday, $8)

20. Prove them wrong by trying your hardest to be normal at the 4th annual Might Get Weird Memorial Day dance party. (Monday, $20)

21. Help choose BeerProv‘s king (or queen) drunken improv-er. (Monday, $10)

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