Thursday, May 9, 6:30 p.m.
Eldridge Street After Hours: Egg Creams & Mah Jongg

Museum at Eldridge Street, 12 Eldridge St., L.E.S.

Unlock your inner old Chinese lady and pull up a chair at the mah jongg table at this monthly happy hour. You'll learn the basics of the ancient tile game, plus the art of making delicious egg creams. It's all in preparation of the museum's big Egg Rolls & Egg Creams festival in June. Cost is $10, but it's just $5 if you become friendly with them on Facebook.

Nearby Deal: Rustic L.E.S.

Friday, May 10, 8 p.m..
Kevin Geeks Out About… Rip Off Cinema

92Y Tribeca, 200 Hudson St., Tribeca

From Badi, the Turkish E.T., to Konga, a King Kong knock-off, the genre of international rip-off films is rich. Comedian Kevin Maher is leading a visual tour of these gems with help from various experts, including filmmaker Matthew Glasson, Webby-winning comedian Rusty Ward, comic book blogger Nick Nadel and more. Besides the rare film footage and discussion, the night features trivia, snacks and prizes.

Nearby Deal: Tribeca Taphouse

Saturday, May 11, 11 a.m.
Looney Tunes at BAM Rose Cinema!

30 Lafayette Ave., Downtown Brooklyn

It's a special screening at BAM's Rose Cinema, and for our money ($13), it's also no better way to spend a Saturday morning. Highlights include Zoom and Bored, which pits Wile E. Coyote against the ever-elusive Road Runner, and the Revolutionary War spoof Bunker Hill Bunny, featuring Bugs Bunny and a red-coated Yosemite Sam trying to blow each other to smithereens at the Battle of Bagel Heights.

Nearby Deal: Ted & Honey

Sunday, May 12, 3 p.m.
Mr. Sunday Party at Gowanus Grove

400 Carroll St., Gowanus

Mr. Sunday parties are back this summer, and this summer only. It's the last season until some developer turns the lot into a Whole Foods annex or something. So, if you missed them last season, plan on checking off every Sunday from now until September, because these parties are epic. (Who doesn't love an afternoon dance floor?) Here's what else to expect this summer: tacos and giant huaraches; Brooklyn-brewed beer, Mexican Cokes, Limonata and homemade sangria from the bar; and table tennis. Game on!

Nearby Deal: The Burger Bistro