The artistic and talented kids at invite everyone to shake their tail-feather with , which starts July 28th and runs until Aug. 5 at the . Follow the story of Tracy Turnblatt, a teenager with big dreams to dance for a television show, and ends up changing perceptions. And just remember, a girl can't have too much hairspray!
It's the last weekend to catch the art exhibit of Skip Cullen and Jessica Eastburn at the . In his work with wood palettes, Cullen hopes to highlight each palettes uniqueness so that audiences don't see them as ordinary but at a new. Eastburn, on the other hand, explores the experience of digital technology in contemporary life through the traditional media of hand drawings using rulers and a compass. Saturday and Sunday until July 29th from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. FREE.
Listen to indie rock/pop singer-songwriter David Brooking and his band as they stop by to entertain this Saturday, July 28 at 8 p.m. Brooking's sound ranges from upbeat Simon & Garfunkel to British 80s pop and Weezer. He's released five records over the last 12 years some even chosen for indie films. FREE.
The city's free summer concert series continues on Thursday at . Stop by and dance to the sounds of Caransarai as they perform a Tribute to Santana. Since it's in the park, consider bringing dinner, a folding chair or blanket to sit on. The concert takes place Aug. 2 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Don't forget to pack up your picnic baskets and bring a blanket and head to on Friday, Aug. 3 for an outdoor screening of The Muppets. Movie starts at soon after soon set. FREE.