A select listing of notable events around the city in the next week, culled from local publications:
Devil and Ms. Milveaux book reading/signing– Author Margaret Milveaux reads from her locally best-selling book, 7:30 pm, Woldman Heights branch library. Free.
SCAMUG – The Society for Creative Anachronism Macintosh Users Group, 6 pm, Java (the) Hutt. Free.
Same Time, Next Year– President Heights Friends School 8th grade production of an edited version of the Neil Simon classic, 8 pm, President Heights Friends School’s Millard Fillmore Auditorium. $15.
Bruce Hornsby– 8 pm, Cranston Auditorium. $15-$50.
Comedy Killerz – Every Saturday, 8 pm, Zanies Komedy Kafe. Safe, fun improv for everyone! No swears allowed! $8.
The Range– 3 pm, Cranston Auditorium. $10.
Mabel Tripp Gardens winter tour– Park personnel take visitors on a five-hour trek around one of our city’s natural botanical marvels, during a time when everything is dead/hibernating, 11 am, $10.
ALASUMMIT– Representatives of local chapters of Alanon, Alano, Alateen, Alafam, Alaelderly and Alakidz gather to negotiate an end to the bitter and violent rivalries amongst these groups over the last two years. 6 pm, Constitution Hall, City Hall Annex. Free.
City Orchestra – Debussy’s “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun” and “La Mer,” Schubert’s “Symphony in C Major” and selections from James Horner’s score for Ransom. Orchestra Hall, 8 pm. $37.50-$125.
Single Methodists who Enjoy Lost– Discussion group, mixer and viewing of new episode, 8 pm, McCann Methodist Church, 1265 McCann Ave. $2.
Valentine’s Day Blood-O-Rama– Blood drive, Carson Drive Armory, 6 am-8 pm. Free
“Love Is S**t” – Special Valentine’s Day open mic poetry night, 8 pm, Coffee (Art Of), 876 South Archibald. Free.
– R. White, L. Dinkins-White