Three Things To Do This Weekend

Three Things to do the weekend is a varied sampling of what to be at this weekend.

Three Things to do the weekend is a varied sampling of what to be at this weekend, featuring things we haven’t already covered this week. For more options, visit our add-you-own events page.

Celebrate 20 Years of St. John’s Haunted Hike

The Haunted Hike Unearthed
Saturday 2:00pm – 3:00pm @ Church Hill

Local storyteller, folklorist, and founder of the St. John’s Haunted Hike Dale Jarvis is giving a special behind the scenes tour of creepy St. John’s this weekend to mark the 20th anniversary of the Haunted Hike. Dale will give background information about stories that have been a part of past tours and share some site-specific ghost stories hikers have never heard before. Hikers must register in advance through Eventbrite, tickets are $20.00 and the hike will go ahead whatever the weather.

Music At The Peter E 

Ouroborous & Newish Klezmer Ensemble
Saturday 11:00pm – 2:00am @ The Peter Easton Pub

Local party jazz legends Ouroborous are premiering a song from their upcoming album Kitchuses at the Peter E this Saturday. Newish Klezmer Ensemble will open for Ouroborous in a rare live appearance. Get your dancing shoes shined up for this one! 

Update Your Kid’s Wardrobe for $5.00 

Spring/Summer Children’s Clothing Swap
Sunday 2:00pm – 4:30pm @ St. Thomas Church

Following a hugely successful first swap, Lesley Cantwell is organizing another seasonal children’s clothing swap. People are invited to swing by St. Thomas Church Saturday afternoon to exchange clothes for kids between the ages of 0-10.If you arrive with clothes to donate you can fill a bag for $5.00, without a donation you can fill a bag for $10.00. Organizers have already received a ton of donations for kids between 0-3 months, so there will be lots for expectant parents to choose from.

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