Free St. Vincent show! And 20 other weekend ideas

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1. If you don’t have an air conditioner, definitely check out this BookCourt reading about an Antarctic voyage, which should at least make you think you’re cold for a minute or two. (Friday)

2. Country Club Disco NYC brings some well-groomed house to Glasslands. (Friday)

3. How cruel can summer be when you’ve got an 80s dance party? (Friday)

4. See Jenny Lewis pre-Rilo Kiley in The Wizard at Videology. (Friday)

5. Be one one of the first people to this Babeland happy hour/mini-sex workshop and you get a free mystery gift to try at home. A sexy mystery gift. (Friday)

6. St. Vincent and San Fermin cap off this summer’s Celebrate Brooklyn Prospect Park series. (Saturday)

7. Union Pool’s Summer Thunder backyard party series is still going strong though, and they’ve got soul weirdo Har Mar Superstar this weekend, along with beers, tacos and a bunch of other good tunes. (Saturday)

8. See a documentary about the “extreme music festival” Deathfest, then stay for some live death metal. (Saturday)

9. Sip on gin & juice at Union Hall’s 90s dance party. (Saturday)

10. Harvest honey at Brooklyn Grange, but for the love of all that is good, please don’t do it if you’re allergic to bees. (Saturday)

11. Muchmore’s is hosting the final Ma Boyz comedy marathon until December. And we do mean marathon, there’s something like 30 comics performing and oh it’s FREE. (Saturday)

12. See the world’s best handball players, because they’re New York City’s best handball players, do their thing at the Red Bull Slaps handball tournament in Coney Island. (Saturday)

13. Or, get a look in the Astroland Rocket and listen to a bunch of 60s music at Coney Island History Day. (Saturday)

14. Dance party Mondo wants to do what the common people do, so they’re doing a Pulp-themed night. Maybe Jarvis Cocker will be there in disguise, sneering at you? (Saturday)

15. See the movie Friday on a Sunday, because no one can dictate your calendar. (Sunday)

16. Watch Gene Kelly get more exercise in a four-minute dance scene than you’ve gotten this summer at Habana Outpost’s showing of Singin’ in the Rain. (Sunday)

17. Dance for eight hours straight at Tiki Disco. (Sunday)

18. Head down to the Sheepshead Bay piers for music from Inner Situation. (Sunday)

19. There’s live music, lots of art, and maybe even snacks at Pioneer Works’ Second Sundays. (Sunday)

20. Fight like a girl at this free self-defense class. (Sunday)

21. Hear some poetry at Lunar Walk Series at Two Moon. (Sunday)

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