1. You need a good documentary. Head to the for a screening of , a documentary about one of the first residents of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward to return after Hurricane Katrina. A Q&A with producer Daniel Wolff follows the film. Space is limited, advance ticket purchase is recommended. The screening is part of ," which also offers a tour of Connecting Cultures: A World in Brooklyn. 200 Eastern Parkway, 7 p.m. Free with museum suggested admission of $12.
2. You need music ... and to paint a shoe. Head to to hear at 8 p.m., followed by a shoe-painting contest at 10. 603 Vanderbilt Ave. at Bergen. Free. See our events calender for several more events tonight including the Little Zelda sing-along and cost-by donation yoga. Free.
3. You need to share your concerns about the DOE's plans for 355 Park Place. Head to 355 Park Place for at 5:45 p.m. or , 362 Sterling Place at Underhill, for a public meeting at 7. Note: Both events have been postponed to August 2 due to predictions of thunderstorms.
4. You need to get the kids out of the house. Head to the for an afternoon of dance with the UpBring Dance Worshop incorporating jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, theater dance, modern, Salsa and African, for ages 6 to 12. Space is limited, pick up a ticket at the library on the day of the program. 10 Grand Army Plaza, 2:30 p.m. Free.
5. You need to know if your train is running ... and if you have to move your car. Between midnight and 5 a.m. Flatbush Avenue-bound 2 and 4 trains skip Bergen Street, Grand Army Plaza and Eastern Pkwy all week. In addition, there are with the B train stopping a little earlier than usual (last train hitting 59th Street at 9:56 p.m.), according to the MTA. For car owners, alternate side parking rules won't be suspended again until Wednesday, August 15 for Feast of the Assumption, according to the NYCDOT.