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Cruise to the End of the Line Hot Rod and Tattoo Show Sideshow by the Seashore; 12pm; free You might want to pack a leather jacket when you head to Coney Island all weekend long to watch skilled tattoo artists create fresh works and check out vintage cars and motorcycles.

Museum Day Live Various locations and times; free Skip boozy brunch and feed your brain with a free ticket to one of the 20-plus participating museums from Smithsonian magazine. Appreciate a different culture at the Rubin Museum, Ukrainian Museum or the Hispanic Society of America, or feel really bookish at the Morgan Library and Museum.

Chile Pepper Fiesta Brooklyn Botanic Garden; 10am; $20, seniors and students $15, members and children under 12 free Spice up your life with samples of salsas, chili-infused chocolates and hot sauces. After your mouth is sufficiently scorched, heat up the dance floor with music provided by funk, hip-hop, salsa and Afro-Brazilian bands.

The Governors Island Art Fair Governors Island; 11am; free This is the last weekend to ride the ferry to car-less, art-filled bliss before the island closes for the year. Check out the works of more than 120 independent artists and galleries as you breathe in the fresh air.

Harry Potter Trivia Videology, Brooklyn; 7pm; free Gather your own Order of the Phoenix or enter as a lone unicorn in this duel with other Potter Heads. Fair warning: Only those who completed all 7 years at Hogwarts and passed their O.W.L.s in spades stand a chance against these Hermione-wannabes.

Rainbows have become a recognized symbol for the LGBTQIA+ community. Simply having a rainbow or rainbow flag in your program space is enough to signal to anyone entering that you are a friend to the LGBTQIA+ community. Jukebox Printing offers a limited number of free Pride stickers daily that could be used for this purpose. The rainbow flag is certainly the most recognizable and ubiquitous symbol, but it is not the only one. The United States flag represents the entire country, but each state has its own flag as well. So, too, does the LGBTQIA+ community. There are many flags, including the asexual flag that has black, grey, white, and purple stripes. There are too many to list, but you can learn more here.

Ensuring you have books representing the community in your program is another simple way to create an inclusive environment for your youth (see a suggested list below). Stock your classroom with a variety of toys and activities that are available to all children. Ensure boys and girls are free to explore with blocks, stuffed animals, art supplies, sports equipment, superhero figures, tea sets, cars, dolls, etc. Mix up the choices regularly, adding in a wide variety so that kids have the opportunity to explore. Put your kitchen or dramatic play area to use by dresses and scarves and jewelry to superhero capes, hard hats and sports jerseys. Give children the option to try out whatever costume they feel like without gender limitations. By changing who is represented in the classroom, educators can signal to LGBTQ students that they are not alone, abnormal, or unwell and are, in fact, welcome, wanted, and important. 041b061a72


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