Weekend Rundown (Mem Day edition)
1. Decorating of Graves will take place 6pm at the Pine Grove Cemetery, starting at the World War I section.
2. Tony Gallo and Friends are at Walnut Street Cafe, featuring Glen and Jeff from White Lightnin’. Joe Geary will also debut on banjo and mandolin. 157 Walnut Street at 8:30pm.
Original funk and rock with Brown Chicken Brown Cow at 157 Walnut Street Cafe, 8:30pm.
1. Black Dog Brother hosts its monthly show, No Soap Radio at Walnut Street Cafe. “Musicians, dancers, strange people – always unique, always a good time.”
2. A Sand Bar favorite, Stomping Melvins, are there this Saturday. Music starts around 9pm at 714 Washington Street.
1. Raulin Rosendo and his Orchestra are at Fenix Discotec. The promoters don’t list the time. Those in the know, know when to show at 517 Washington Street.
2. Frank Reyes at Lynn Auditorium, “The Prince of Bachata.” Doors at 6:30, show at 8pm.
3. Don White’s Open Mic at Walnut Street, 6:30pm-ish. 157.
4. Comedy Open Mic at Tatiana’s, 8pm-ish. 70 Market Street.
1. Mass Honoring fallen service-people at Sacred Heart Church, 9am
2. Polish Legion of American Veterans (PLAV) Memorial Day Service will occur at Breed Square, 10am
3. Memorial Day Parade will form at 12:30pm at North Shore Community College. Its route will take them through Washington Street, Broad Street, Market Street, City Hall Square, North Common Street, Park Street, Boston Street and come to an end in front of the Pine Grove Cemetery at approximately 1:30pm.
Remember, if it’s not listed here, you probably didn’t tell LynnHappens.
The wonderful Jane Ward has some great ideas, over at Food and Fiction.
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