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BROOKLYN HEIGHTS—Usually open only on Sundays, the Underground Thrift Store will have special Saturday hours tomorrow from 10am til 4pm. Spring apparel for men, women, and children will be available, as well as home items. All your spring purchases will go toward a good cause, since the Underground Thrift donates 25% of its net proceeds to organizations that fight human trafficking. [RackedWire]

WILLIAMSBURG/GREENPOINT—In effort to combine all that is good about North Brooklyn (shopping, drinking, and shows), the third year of the Vintage Crawl has expanded with a concert at Brooklyn Bowl. Basically, you guide yourself through a selection of vintage shops and bars that have special deals for the day on Saturday, from noon til 8pm. Then, you party with Neon Gold Records after. The after party will cost you ten bucks, but the stub from the event will get you further deals, like 30% off at Ferris New York and $2 off drinks at The Commodore. Full map is here; ticket purchasing is here.[RackedWire]

Plymoth Church

75 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, NY