1. You need art! You're in luck, because today is the start of the , During GO, 1,720 Brooklyn artists have opened their studios to the community, including a whopping 43 in Prospect Heights. Register yourself on the GO website and then nominate three for a show at the Brooklyn Museum. Takes place Saturday and Sunday 11-7. Free.
2. You need country/mariachi/fiddle music. Head to Washington Avenue to see . 10pm. 683 Washington Ave, Free.
3. You need queer country. In that case head to Vanderbilt to hear . 8 p.m., 603 Washington Ave., Free.
4. You need to get the kids out of the house. Head to for their Children's Story Time. Today Matthea Harvey presents Cecil the Pet Glacier. 686 Fulton St (at S Portland St), 11 a.m., ages 3-8, Free.
5. You need to know if your train is running ... and if you have to move your car. There are no planned subway changes affecting Prospect Heights stations al weekend, according to the MTA. For the car endowed, try to get a Tues/Fri spot this weekend because alternate side won't be suspended again until Mon/Tues Sept. 17-18 for Rosh Hashanah, according to the NYCDOT.