Lots of fun things to do this weekend in Northern New England!



8 a.m. Thursday to Sunday. Wassamki Springs Campground, 56 Saco St., Scarborough, $5 per carload.yorkcountykennelclub.org
Maine will literally go to the dogs for four days of the AKC all-breed dog shows and obedience and rally trials in Scarborough. Each day features conformation, obedience and rally competitions with a Best in Show winner. The event will feature hundreds of dogs and it all happens outdoors, rain or shine.


5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square, free.portlandmuseum.org/events/pma360-presents-bike-night-pma
PMA360 is teaming up with the Bicycle Coalition of Maine for a bicycle-themed night at the museum. The festivities include valet bike parking, on-the-spot bike tune-ups from Cyclemania, self-guided museum tour, a raffle for a bike donated by L.L. Bean, make-and-take tiny bike buttons, music by DH Mosart212, a beer tasting by Aurora Provisions, gallery take by Duncan Hewitt's Bike Tires and a screening of the documentary "Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame," about champion cyclist and bike maker Giuseppe Marinoni with a post-film Q&A session with filmmaker Tony Girardin.


7:30 p.m. Friday. Cumston Hall, 796 Main St., $35. theateratmonmouth.org
Whether you're interested in the metaphysical or just want to enjoy a night out that will give a portion of its proceeds to benefit the Theater at Monmouth, consider a jaunt to Monmouth to see psychic medium Angelina Diana. She'll be giving readings to random audience members and will discuss all things metaphysical.


23rd Annual Children and the Arts Festival

Saturday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
We come back to this one year after year because it's one of the best events OF the entire year. The 23rd Annual Children and the Arts Festival takes place in downtown Peterborough this weekend. The streets will be closed to pedestrian traffic and will instead be filled with song, laughter, parading Giant Puppets, food, fun, dancing, chalk art, the Art Walk and more.


Friday, 8 p.m.
The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom brings the Boston-bred band Extreme to the stage. The late 80's/early 90's band is best known for their huge number one hit song, "More Than Words" and a handful of other chart-topping singles. And due to their unwavering songcraft and diverse musical approaches the band earned multi-platinum albums with chart topping hits and sold-out tours all over the globe.

KIDZ BOP Kids: Life of the Party Tour

Saturday, 7 p.m.
Don't miss the KIDZ BOP Kids: Life of the Party Tour when it makes a stop at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord this weekend. KIDZ BOP is the number one music brand in the United States. For six consecutive years, they have been named Billboard Magazine's #1 Kids' Artists. Your kids will love you for taking them to see this group of young talents.