1. Sandra Golbert hosts a polymer clay workshop at LynnArts, 5pm. 25 Exchange Street. $10 for members, $12 for non-members. The class may be full, but check with LynnArts to find out if you can get in last minute. Just finding out about it now? Well, it’s been in the LH calendar for some time already!
2. This month’s feature in TLGUTS Take-Out and Movie Night series is Herb and Dorothy. 7:30pm. The Little Gallery Under the Stairs is located at 25 Exchange Street. Tickets are $7 and can be purchased online or at the door.
3. There’s a Comedy Showcase 8pm at Tatiana’s on 70 Market Street. Admission is free, but donations are accepted to benefit My Brother’s Table. There’s an impressively long list of performers, including Matt D., Johnny Pizzi, Jeanne Sullivan-Toomey, Jenny Z., Janice McLaughlin, Ellen Moschetto, Chris Poublon, Ed Vezina, Deb Farrar-Parkman, and Missy McNeal.
Marybeth Maes is at Walnut Street Cafe to perform originals and covers. 8:30pm, 157 Walnut.
1. Khmer New Year 2011 begins as a parade at 9am, departing from the Buddhist Temple at 110 Chestnut Street and landing at the Lynn Common. Where from 11am through the afternoon, there will be entertainment, including performances by a dance troupe, a fashion show, a Cambodian rock band, and more. There will also be food available from local establishments, tables for community resources, and raffles.
2. Friends of Lynn Woods presents Earth Fest at the Great Woods Road entrance. 9am. Help clean the park, enjoy live music from Kirsten and Dave and more at this popular annual event.
3. Boston’s Gay Men’s Chorus Spring Glee, Sponsored by Lucia Lighting and Design, at the Lynn Auditorium. Doors at 7, show at 8pm. Tickets here, possibly at the door.
4. No Soap Radio returns to 157 Walnut Street, a mélange of performers lead by Black Dog Brother. 8:30pm.
5. Cry Uncle at the Sand Bar, 714 Washington Street. 9pm.
1. NOBAS, North of Boston Art Salon at TLGUTS, 25 Exchange Street, from 10am – noon. See the description here.
2. The East Lynn Community Association (ELCA) hosts a State of the City address by Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy at 4pm in the Lynn Museum, located at 590 Washington Street. Limited seating is available for $10. Purchase tickets here.
3. The Weekly Don White Open Mic at Walnut Street Cafe features Doug Bell of Belleview Cadillac. Open mic at 6:30pm. Feature at 8:30pm.
As always, look to the right for more. And remember, if it’s not listed here or in the calendar, you probably didn’t tell LynnHappens.
North Shore Bloggers Consortium picks:
From Good Morning Gloucester’s Joey C, the usual fantastic round up here.
The wonderful Jane Ward has some great ideas, over at Food and Fiction.
Kim Bingham has ideas for you here.
The Two Palaverers have chosen some fine things for you to explore and you’ll find those here.
Check out all that North Shore Dish has found for you to do here.