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Five Things You Should Do This Weekend

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1. Woodward Park Shakespeare Festival
Forget “House of Cards.” Shakespeare perfected the whole political-intrigue thing. QUICK CORRECTION: Color me embarrassed. “Macbeth,” doesn’t open until Thursday. So, add it to next weekend’s events.

2. Father’s Day Blues Fest
Headliner is Johnny Rawls: An old-time road-warrior if there ever was one. He’s been on the road (pretty much constantly) since 1969.

3. “Austin and Ally” at Fresno Grizzlies
I haven’t kept up with my Disney stars since Hilary Duff, but Calum Worthy, who plays Dez on “Austin and Ally,” will be at the game.
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4. Table Mountain Rancheria Pow-Wow
Here’s a part of our area’s cultural heritage that doesn’t get enough positive attention.

5. Fresno’s Greatest Hits: Comedy Edition
Yes, Fresno has a comedy scene that you should support.

And in case you missed this week’s BANDGEEK post …

1. King Buzzo
2. Harps
3. Strange Vine
4. Lance Canales and the Flood
5. Jazz Night at Tokyo Garden

Responses to "Five Things You Should Do This Weekend"

Barbara Higgins says:

A tour of Kearney Mansion Museum is always a nice weekend activity, combined with a picnic in Kearney Park. Park entrance $5 per car, Museum entrance $5 adults. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with tours at 1,2,3 pm. See Valleyhistory.org for more info.

Christy says:

How is there no mention of famous comedian Doug Stanhope? He’s playing on Father’s Day at Fulton 55!

https://www.facebook.com/officialstanhope

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/685343

Nevin Hindiyeh says:

Men Who Cook, Fresno Art Museum Fundraiser Sat, June 14th, $20 in advance, $25 at the door. http://www.fresnoartmuseum.org/events/men-who-cook/

David Bonetto says:

New Wrinkles presents Rockin Through the Ages. 3 shows left for this almost sold out 17 show run at the Fresno City College Theater. Singing, dancing and music as they look at the Rock and Roll time machine. The cast is all over 55. See Donald Munro’s review in the Beehive. A great show for all ages.

Jeffrey whitaker says:

What about the Madera chilli cookout? N Jeanette Harris at the AA Museum.

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