Weekend Rundown

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Thursday, 7/28

1. Festa Italiana starts tonight at 6pm and runs through the weekend at the Italian Church of Holy Family Parish. Hover over the calendar listing to the right for all the details and location specifics.

2. Brian Maes Band plays the Red Rock Park Beach Concert series tonight from 6 to 8pm. Bring a blanket, chairs, or go all out and lug a whole picnic basket if you like.

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Friday, 7/29

1. Festa Italiana continues tonight at 6pm and runs through the weekend at the Italian Church of Holy Family Parish. Hover over the calendar listing to the right for all the details and location specifics.

2. Mudlfap Jr. Jones, Walnut Da Lyrical Geni, Mirror Neurons at Walnut Street Cafe. 8:30pm. The mustachioed joint is #157 by the Richdale.

3. Salsa and Bachata lessons are offered at Lo Nuestro Cafe, 54 State Street, at 9pm. (Salsa lessons are also given Tuesdays by Divinity Dance at Turbine, 56 Central Sq 8pm-ish)

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Saturday 7/30

1. There’s a noontime kids concert at Red Rock Park with the Toe Jam Puppet Band. Ends at 3pm.

2. Festa Italiana starts at 1pm today and runs through the weekend at the Italian Church of Holy Family Parish. Hover over the calendar listing to the right for all the details and location specifics.

3. Arts After Hours and SPIN Lynn present an evening with Carolyn Cole, 7pm in the Neal Rantoul Theatre in LynnArts, 25 Exchange Street. Go here for tickets and further info!

4. Terence Hegarty, The Sneaky Mister, BlackDogBrother and The NO SOAP RADIO Upside-down Klezmer Orchestra are at Walnut Street Cafe, starting 8:30pm.

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Sunday 7/31

1. Festa Italiana‘s last day, rides only from 1-5pm at the Italian Church of Holy Family Parish. Hover over the calendar listing to the right for all the details and location specifics.

2. Don White’s Open Mic feature is Julie Dougherty at the Walnut Street Cafe, #157. Signups about 6:30, feature at 8:30pm.

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  2 comments for “Weekend Rundown

  1. Anonymous
    July 29, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    I wouldn’t risk using the resident parking only areas. It could be the one time they enforce it, or at least with my luck it would be. 🙂

    Ocean Street in the Diamond District does have a limited number of non-resident spaces, though. Maybe some other streets there also have them. Or, you can park on Lewis Street and walk over. It’s not that far and there’s usually open spots.

  2. Pdevo2001
    July 29, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    not enough parking at the beach for Brian Maes. Does any one know how strict they are on the Resident Only Parking in the Diamond District. I did not want to coem back and have my car towed away, so we did not get to see the show. Traffic was horrible too.

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