6:00: Lost Springs, Matheson Museum, 513 E University Avenue. Free film Screening and Panel Discussion with Matt Keene, Margaret Tolbert, Karen Chadwick and Lisa Rinaman regarding Matt Keene's new documentary, Lost Springs, chronicles the Ocklawaha River's hidden springs that return to life every three to five years when there is a drawdown at Rodman Reservoir.
7:00: 10th Ave Cabaret: Dusty's Ragtime, S-Connection Aerial Arts, 250 SE 10th Ave. 10th Ave Cabaret presents a production of aerial antics, charming audiences with the magic of ragtime. Professor Dusty Bottoms joins us all the way from Atlanta playing your favorite songs with Ragtime Stylings.
8:00: The Grascals, Jewel Box Concert Series, Thomas Canter, 302 NE 6th Ave. For The Grascals mingle a cross of bluegrass and country music that has been a hallmark of the Nashville . FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information.
8:00: Curtis Mayfield Tribute, Free Fridays Concert Series, Bo Diddley Community Plaza. The celebration of June's national African-American Music Appreciation Month continues with this Curtis Mayfield tribute The band playing the tribute includes Travis Atria (guitar/vocals). Atria who also played in Morningbell and Shoddy Beatles. Stereo VuDu's Wester Joseph (guitar/vocals),Morning Bell's Chris Hillman (drums), Collin Whitlock (keyboards) of Shoddy Beatles, and Chris Chaires (percussion/drums) of The Duppies. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information
7:30 Talking Heads Dance Party: You might ask yourself, "What kind of dance party is:". Director Jonathan Demme captures the frantic energy and artsy groove of the Talking Heads in this concert movie, shot at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983 David Byrne, armed with only an acoustic guitar, and is joined by the band and a cadre of backup singers. Tickets to this special event will be $9 for adults and $7 for students. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more information.
3:00: Saturday Arts Market, SOMA Media Hub, 601 S. Main St. Handmade crafts and goods , live music, arts, crafts, performance by the acoustic duo, Rowan and Pete
7:00: 10th Ave Cabaret: Dusty's Ragtime & Novelties, S-Connection Aerial Arts, 250 SE 10th Ave. This edition of the 10th Ave Cabaret welcomes live music by Professor Dusty Bottoms all the way from Atlanta. Dusty performs classic, contemporary and original tunes set to the magic of ragtime. The performance also features local singers Carissa Lawrence, Becky Sinn and Corey Souza, as well as members of Jazzology, and AscenDance acrobats on aerial silks, lyra, trapeze and more.
7:00: Just Maybe Duo, Depot Park, 200 SE Depot Ave. The Just Maybe duo plays a free concert of a wide selection of songs from all styles for all tastes, including blues, R&B, country, rock and pop classics.
6:00: Who's Afraid of Virgina Wolf, Cocktails & Classics, Hipp Cinema. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, this 1966 film follows a middle-aged couple, whose caustic, unhealthy relationship is egged on by verbal abuse and alcoholism. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more nformation.
2:00: Jane Anderson Book signing. Alachua County Library District Headquarters branch. Join bestselling author of LGBT will be reading excerpts from her latest novel, Love By Design as well as her debut novel, Somewhere Between Love and Justice, and its sequel The Price of Payback. There will be an opportunity to ask questions after the reading and purchase books.