Music: Need to add some color to your Saturday night? Then check out the epic paint party that is Life in Color, featuring Sander van Doorn,
Lecture: Most people celebrate getting over their hump day by drinking and partying. But a select few people might prefer to celebrate it by, say, listening to lectures about philosophy or the medical profession. That’s the ideal crowd for Nerd Nite at Veritas Wine Bar
Music: Pianist Kathryn Blaine, saxophonist Stephanie Venturino, and violinist Helen Wong will all have their talents spotlighted in the David Hochstein Competition Winners Recital, featuring classical performances from each of these three talents.
Film: The documentary “Two Who Dared” will screen for free at 7:30 p.m. at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester (220 Winton Rd. S., rochesterunitarian.org). The film tells the story of a Unitarian minister, Waitstill Sharp, and his wife, Martha, who rescued refugees from Nazi-occupied Sudetenland in 1939.
Music: Get ready to swing your hips, and apparently, your gates, too. The Gateswingers headline as the featured band of this week's Big Band Dance Series, held every Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Roger Robach Community Center (180 Beach Ave.). Each dance costs $2 per person. See the rest of this year's Big Band Dance Series at ontariobeachentertainment.org.
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