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Fort Greene’s history begins with the Dutch in the 1600s, touches on the American Revolution, includes the Abolitionist Movement and the Underground Railroad, and continues through Spike Lee and the Barclays Center. It’s got elegant mansions, beautiful row house blocks, historic churches, a major park and the Brooklyn Academy of Music, too. Join architectural historian Suzanne Spellen and architect Morgan Munseyon a new tour, highlighting this small, but mighty neighborhood whose people and institutions still shape Brooklyn. Cost: $30 / $20 Members