Weekend Rundown

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Friday, 10/12

1. Help the Council on Aging at their Casino Night, at the Knights of Columbus, 177 Lynnfield Street, 7 to 11pm, $10.

2. MaryBeth Maes is at Walnut Street Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, at 8:30pm.

3. The Reason is at the Brickyard, 163 Blossom Street at 9pm. “I’ve got to have a reason…

More reasons to your right…


Saturday, 10/13

1. It’s Pirate’s Day in Lynn Woods! Head to the Pennybrook Road entrance from 11am to 3pm for a non-scary pirate tour through the woods, DJ entertainment, and more. You may want to call, because you were supposed to arrrgister in advance. See the post for that and other info.

2. LynnArts opens for SOAPBOX at 2pm. Not for you to stand on, but a juried art show in the gallery over on 25 Exchange Street. The reception is until 4pm, show runs through November 2nd.

3. Coinciding with SOAPBOX, Panic Riot also opens at LynnArts, 25 Exchange Street, from 2 to 4pm.

4. Go on a guided tour of Pine Grove Cemetery from 2:30 to 4pm lead by members of the Pine Grove National Register Committee working to get Pine Grove Cemetery onto the National Register of Historic Places. See the post for where to meet and contact info.

5. The Lynn Museum is celebrating it’s 115th anniversary by having a Bootleg Bash from 7 to 10pm, 590 Washington Street. Drink and dance prohibition style to prohibition era music with Miss Lydia Harrell and The Lovely Singer Band, (thanks to the Salem Jazz & Soul Festival.) Costumes are encouraged. See the post for the full story.

6. Dicky Kraus and Greg Guba at Walnut Street Cafe, 157 Walnut Street, 8:30pm.

7. Relive another era with AC/DC cover band High Voltage at Olympic Gardens, 41 Buffum Street, starting 9pm.

8. Playing with Fire is playing at the Brickyard at 163 Blossom Street, 9pm.

9. Joe Mack is back at Celley’s Pub, 742 Western Ave, 9pm.

More to your right…


Sunday, 10/14

1. Bring the kids for the Mudeye Puppet Company‘s visit to Extras for Creative Learning (ExCL), at the J.B. Blood Building, 20 Wheeler Street, 1 – 3pm. This is a fundraiser and registration is strongly suggested as seating is limited. See the post for the full story.

2. The Sand Bar has made a habit of 80’s tunes on Sundays, 4 to 7pm at 714 Washington Street.

3. Jan Peters will perform her cabaret show at Northern Nights, 649 Lynnway, from 6 to 9pm.

4. The Blue Note Revival Blues Jam starts 7pm at Celley’s Pub, 742 Western Ave.

5. Don White’s Sunday Night Open Mic starts around 7:30pm and features Randall Kromm this week. Get to 157 Walnut Street Cafe early and sign up.


I know this isn’t everything, so how do you get listed in Lynn’s only nightlife calendar? You tell the Happens. (Psst! Click on the word “tell”) You can find the rest of the week as well as more weekend options to your right. Also, sometimes venues don’t notify us of changes. You can help the Happens help your business by dropping a note. Thanks!



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