It's almost the weekend. Do you know what you are doing? If not, here are a couple of suggestions.
On Friday, catch Cinnabar’s latest production a comedy about making ends meet.
After participating in a riot protesting the high prices at a local grocery store, two women find themselves tangled in a web of lies involving groceries and a fake pregnancy. A period of struggle and tough economic times serves as the backdrop for this comedy of "hunger" which examines how humor prevails over desperation. 8pm Friday and Saturday or 2pm Sunday. $15
On Saturday, Andy’s Kitchen & Sushi Bar, at 212 Western Avenue, celebrates its one-year anniversary with a party from 12-3pm. Enjoy food, sake and beer, all on the house.
Later that evening it’s crawl time as the Aqus Community pays a visit to three new spots in town.
The crawl starts at 7pm with a friendly game of pool at Buffalo Billiards at 246 Petaluma Blvd. North. At 8pm the group moves on to Great Expectations 213 Western Ave., a unique urban upscale store where Fred Abercrombie from Abercrombie & Alchemy will be hosting a beer tasting and promoting the annual Whiskerino contest.
At 9pm the group heads to Yoga One, 110 Kentucky, which will be offering demos and mini-lessons in salsa, samba, belly dancing and capoeira. Meet new friends and the dance the night away. The theme for the crawl is Whiskerino, so wear your beards, moustaches and be prepared for anything!
On Sunday, take a stroll downtown and catch the bi-annual antique faire from 8am to 4pm. The event, situated on Fourth Street, draws 8,000 discerning antique collectors and more than 180 dealers, so there is always something interesting to find. Items for sale include estate jewelry, linens, furniture, art, kitchenware, vintage décor, books and all kinds of unusual collectables to suit everyone's budget.
Sunday night, catch Jimmie Vaughan at the Mystic, starting 8pm. The late Stevie Ray Vaughan's older brother, Jimmie has been touring and recording since the mid-sixties, even opening for Jimi Hendrix. Since releasing his first solo album in 1994, he has set the standard for quality modern roots music. His last solo effort, “Plays Blues, Ballads and Favorites” was nominated for a Grammy in 2011. $30
Want to see more? Check out Petaluma Patch’s events calendar where you can see more great local events and add your own.