It's the first weekend and May and the weather looks to be decent. We've been couped up long enough. It's time to get out! If you're looking for some things to do this weekend, here are a few ideas thanks to our friend and feature-guest Aimsel Ponti from MaineToday.com and The Portland Press Herald. 

The outdoor concert season kicks off tomorrow (Saturday) night with the amazing Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo. The rockin' husband and wife team celebrate the 35th anniversary of Heartbreaker, one of the most defining songs of the 80's! Billboard Magazine ranked Benatar as one of the most successful female rock vocalist of all-time. Tickets available by clicking here. 

Kentucky Derby Parties This Weekend/Photo: TongRo Image Stock

Giddy-up! Tomorrow is the annual Kentucky Derby! Dockfore in Portland will be hosting their annual Kentucky Derby Party from 3-8pm at 336 Fore Street. There's no cover to get in, drink specials and fun door prizes.  Also, The Asylum is hosting their Hearts and Horses Derby Party starting at 5pm Saturday. $20 gets you in for the country-style buffet, DJ mint-julips, the best hat contest and more. Proceeds go to Hearts & Horses Therapeutic Riding Center. PortlandAsylum.com

For our New Hampshire friends and cat lovers: Don't miss the Seacoast Cat Club's Annual Cat Show! Purr your way down to the Everett Arena on Loudon Rd in Concord. Details at seacoastcatclub.org. 

If you're looking to get out with your family and get your bodies moving, click here for a list of 6 family friendly community bike trails in Maine. 

family friendly bike trails in Maine/Photo: YanLev ThinkStock Photo

Whatever you do this weekend, relax and have fun!

Just to get you in the mood for the Pat Benatar show coming to the Maine St. Pier tomorrow, here's the song that started it all, Heartbreaker. Rock out!