Looking for things to do for free in New York This Week? Check out this list………..
FLOCK TO THE FLEA. The Williamsburg Flea has returned to the waterfront at East River State Park. Held every Sunday, rain or shine, it offers vintage, antique and handmade goods . Free. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. East River Park at Kent Ave. and N. Seventh St . (718) 928-6603.
MY MOTHER SAYS. The Mom Egg, an annual print literary journal of poetry, prose and art — all of it by or about mothers — will celebrate its new issue with a party and reading at Le Poisson Rouge. Free. 6 p.m. 158 Bleecker St. (212) 505-FISH.
GO FISHIN’. Learn the ins and outs of fishing with the Staten Island Zoo Education Department’s Kerry Gallagher . Th e class will teach you where to fish, what equipment to use, and local laws . Free. 11 a.m. 614 Broadway . (718) 442-3100.
ENLIGHTENING EXHIBIT. Minus Space houses Sanford Wurmfeld’s installation “Light and Dark” through May 4. The exhibit is an exploration of the extremes of light and dark in color paintings. Free. Noon-6 p.m. 111 Front St., Suite 226, Brooklyn. (347) 525-4628.
HOW YOUR GARDEN GROWS. The Queens Botanical Garden helps you get an early start on your summer veggies with a class in the art of gardening inside . Learn the basics of planting tomatoes, peppers and basil. $5. Noon. 43-50 Main St ., Flushing. (718) 886-3800.