Williamsburg's City Reliquary knows how to get our attention. The beloved urban-ephemera museum is throwing pizza-centric parties and movie screenings all summer to hype its "Pizza Box Chronicles" exhibit, put on by pizza expert Scott Wiener. Wiener conducts pizza history tours and started collecting pizza boxes when he was young, according to museum spokeswoman Alana Rosen. As his collection grew, he "realized they're representative of different cultures" and how they approach pizza, Rosen said.

Now his collection is a Guinness World Record holder, and Rosen said, more than 800 strong. Some of those will be on display, along with brief contextual explanations, and boxes on loan from various pizzerias. Wiener published a book on pizza-box art in 2013, and his latest curatorial exercise will be on display until Aug. 15th.

Between now and then, the museum is hosting the following fun-sounding events in its backyard, where you get one free slice and museum entry with the cost of admission. The Pizza Fest is a fundraiser for the museum, and if you're wondering what "Hot Girls Eating Pizza" consists of, it's a party co-hosted by Marta Mae Freedman, who runs a popular Instagram account of the same name:

JUNE 27: REEL SLICES FILM SERIES DOG DAY AFTERNOON presented by Two Boots 8:30pm (sunset); $10/person includes museum, movie, slice; pre-movie trivia contest by Drive In Film Festival.

JULY 10: HOT GIRLS EATING PIZZA
BACKYARD BASH featuring pizza from Best Pizza
8:00pm-10:00pm $10/person includes museum, pizza, and party.

JULY 25: REEL SLICES FILM SERIES
DO THE RIGHT THING presented by Two Boots
8:30pm (sunset); $10/person includes museum, movie, slice; pre-movie trivia contest by Drive In Film Festival.

AUG 15: CITY RELIQUARY PIZZAFEST
1:00pm-8:00pm; $30/person; live music, pizza-inspired crafts, food, and more.

AUG 15: REEL SLICES FILM SERIES
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES presented by Two Boots
8:30pm (sunset); $10/person pre-movie trivia contest
by Drive In Film Festival.

The City Reliquary is located at 370 Metropolitan Ave., between Havemeyer Street and Marcy Avenue in Brooklyn. For more information visit the Reliquary's website.

Update 3:05 pm:

Information from Alana Rosen added.