Brooklyn Historical Society
About Brooklyn Historical Society
Othmer Library Hours: Wednesday-Saturday from 1-5PM
Museum Hours: Wednesday-Sunday from noon-5PM
Visit the Brooklyn Historical Society for museum exhibits and public programs that bring issues of Brooklyn's history to life. Research your family, home or scholarly interest in the gorgeous Othmer library.We're open to the public.
Brooklyn Historical Society's upcoming events
Book Talk: "The Apparitionists"
Tuesday, 24 October
Living Gig to Gig in NYC’s Freelance Economy
Monday, 30 October
Women's Suffrage Turns 100! Part 3: The "Nasty Woman" Stigma
Wednesday, 8 November
Talking Brooklyn with Mimi Sheraton, Moderated by Dana Cowin
Thursday, 9 November
Digital Democracy: How Technology Impacts Politics
Monday, 13 November
Elite Northern Colleges and Their Ties to Slavery
Thursday, 30 November
Book Talk: "Women in the World of Frederick Douglass"
Monday, 11 December
Unlocking Public Space: Placemaking in Brownsville
Monday, 18 December
Brooklyn Historical Society's previous events
Our Bums: The Lasting Legacy of the Brooklyn Dodgers
Tuesday, 17 October
Book Talk: "Greater Gotham: A History of New York City from 1898 to 1919"
Thursday, 12 October
Workshop: Fundamentals of Caring for Paper Collections
Wednesday, 11 October
La France I: Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel
Friday, 6 October
Criminalizing Poverty, Community Organizations, and Fighting Back
Thursday, 5 October
Transparency, Journalism, and the White House
Tuesday, 3 October
Book Talk: "Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971"
Thursday, 28 September
Naomi Klein at the Brooklyn Book Festival
Sunday, 17 September