1. Listen to stories. Join Carroll Gardens Branch Library librarians for their weekly session, in which babies and toddlers from birth to age 5 can play with toys and hear stories with their peers. , 396 Clinton Street at Union Street, 3:30 a.m., Free.
2. Get your tickets to The Great GoogaMooga. As reported last week, the founders of Bonaroo are bringing a new food, drink and music festival called to Prospect Park on May 19-20. Sure, the actual music lineup hasn't been announced yet. But free ticket reservations are available beginning today at noon. Event will take place in The Nethermead, Prospect Park, May 19-20, www.googamooga.com, Free.
3. Fix anything. is a weekly social experiment in improvisational fixing and mending. Bring your broken thing and place it on the fixing table for collective consideration. , 543 Union Street at Nevins Street, 7:00 p.m., $5.
4. Find out if your train is running ... The F and G trains will be skipping Smith-9th St, 15th St-Prospect Park and Fort Hamilton Parkway, per usual. Jamaica-bound F trains will run via the M from 47-50 Streets to Roosevelt Avenue. Coney Island-bound F trains run via A the from W 4 St to Jay St-MetroTech, according to the MTA.
5. ... And if you have to move your car. Yes. Alternate side parking is in effect, according to the NYCDOT.
About this column: Carroll Gardens information and events you won't want to miss, including the subway and alternate side info each day.