Gato Party’s gonna be a festive time

1. Park Slop Food Coop hosts a Non-Violent Communication Workshop just in time for you to have Thanksgiving with those racist, sexist family members you’ve been avoiding. (Friday)

2. English rocker musician and producer Glyn Johns discusses his new memoir at BookCourt. (Friday)

3. Check out and maybe even buy some art inspired by the best borough at My Muse, Brooklyn. (Friday-Sunday)

4. Each night of the Center for Performance Research’s Fall Movement 2014 festival features four pieces presenting original choreography and performance art. (Friday-Saturday)

5. Skip an evening of reminding your cat that he’s your best friend and make human friends at Gato Party. (Friday)

6. Sample your little heart out at The Greene Grape One Year Celebration, which features free demos and giveaways. (Saturday)

7.  Join Transportation Alternative in making the city’s streets a little less mean at their Vision Zero Symposium Atlantic Avenue Walking Tour. (Saturday)

8. Learn needle felting so you can sew yourself hundreds of mini pumpkins and fill the tremendous mini gourd void in your life. (Saturday)

9. Sandwiching Vegan Shop-Up between pounds of candy on Halloween and pounds of cheesecake on Thanksgiving is our idea of a balanced diet. (Saturday)

10. The Way Station will have leis to get you in the zone for the bands at Surf Night. (Saturday)

11. Pay your final respects to Brooklyn and let the tears flow at Feeling Gloomy’s Brooklyn is Dead party. (Saturday)

12. Artists and developers come together to explore how art and technology can go together at Software for Artists Day at Pioneer Works. (Sunday)

13. Plan the barnyard-filling, mason jar-toasting indie wedding of your dreams at Toasted Wedding Event at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (Sunday)

14. Learn about poet, musician, and activist Gil Scott-Heron at a launch for his biography at BookCourt. (Sunday)

15. Presentation Party Night tackles all those critical topics from eyebrow therapy and the advancement of the female orgasm. (Sunday)

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