Every now and then, an event comes along that is so obscure its existence alone is of interest as a curiosity. Elastic City’s Ways falls into this category. The experiential workshops are open to six people at a time and intended to blur the lines between a walking tour and an odyssey of the senses. Next up is Unbinding the Library by Andrew Beccone on Tuesday, Aug. 13. Beccone is the founder of Reanimation Library in Gowanus, and plans to host a participatory walk around the neighborhood aimed at exploring the physical, historical and ecological relationships between the literary time capsule and its surrounding streets. Prepare to play along if you attend–guests are being asked to recreate images from the library’s collection of obscure ephemera–Reanimation Library’s haul is amassed from books no longer in mainstream circulation. The pictures will then be posted around the neighborhood in areas of referential importance to their subjects. So prepare to strike a pose and post it for posterity. Tickets are $20.