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Thursday, February 26

•At the 2015 State of the City of Billings, Yellowstone County and School District, attendees hear up-to-date reports from Mayor Tom Hanel; Bill Kennedy, chairman of the County Commission; and Superintendent Terry Bouck. Topics expected to be covered include public safety, naming of the new schools, MetraPark, homelessness and legislative issues, including a local option tax, Common Core and tools to improve graduation rates. 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., Crowne Plaza. $25 or $20 for Billings Chamber of Commerce members. Call 245-4111 for tickets.

•The RV and Boat Show features more than a dozen dealers offering deals on RVs, ATVs and boats. Noon to 8 p.m., Expo Center at MetraPark. Free admission. Through Sunday.

•RED LODGE – An open house is held to discuss a proposed land exchange at the Red Lodge Mountain Ski Area that would unite National Forest System lands in less developed portions of the ski area while consolidating private ownership under existing ski lodges at the base and mid-mountain areas. Two parcels of National Forest System lands totaling 250 acres at the base and mid-mountain areas would be exchanged for 382 acres of non-federal land in three parcels known as the Cole Creek parcel, the Mid-mountain parcel and the Barriers Run parcel. Documents and maps are at www.fs.usda.gov/custer by clicking on the right-hand quicklink: “NEPA Projects and Public Scoping.” 5 p.m., Red Lodge Senior Citizens Center, 207 S. Villard Ave. Comments may be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , subject line Red Lodge Mountain Land Exchange with commenter’s name, address and contact number. For information, contact Traute Parrie or Jeff Gildehaus at (406) 446-2103.

•Zemer Peled’s “Sky Island,” a group of large and small-scale sculptures and installations constructed from thousands of ceramic shards, opens with a reception. The term sky island refers to isolated mountainous regions surrounded by radically different lowland environments. Ms. Peled was born and raised on a Kibbutz in northern Israel and has a master of arts degree from the Royal College of Art in London. She is a second-year, long-term resident at the Archie Bray foundation in Helena. 5 p.m., Northcutt Steele Gallery at MSU Billings. Exhibition continues through April 2.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam with TREO. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•The Southwest Corridor Neighborhood Task Force meets. 7 p.m., 80 Hallowell Lane.

•Poetry Night is held in conjunction with Black History Month. 7 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•RED LODGE – A presentation is held on “Lincoln and Liberty: Songs as Sound Clips from the Civil War.” 7 p.m., Carbon County Historical Society and Museum.

•“Steel Magnolias” brings together six Southern women at a beauty salon as they gossip and talk about their lives. The play stars Sara Hatfield, Kelsey Steffan, Dina Brophy, Rita Heizer, Chae Clearwood and Lisa Day. Byrl Skovgaard directs. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $17, $14. Through Saturday.

•The Heights Girls Honor Choir performs in concert. 7:30 p.m., Lincoln Center Auditorium. Free.

•“Memphis, the Musical” is set in places where rock ’n’ roll was born – the nightclubs and recording studios of Memphis. The show tells the fictional story of DJ Huey Calhoun and Felicia Farrell, an up-and-coming black singer whom he meets one fateful night on Beale Street. The musical won four Tony Awards in 2010, including Best Musical. 7:30 p.m., Alberta Bair Theater. $47, $42, $25.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Adlib performs on the Sound of Sensi Tour with Overtime. 9 p.m., Railyard.

Friday, February 27

•BOZEMAN – At the Native Science Fellows Gathering and Research Seminar, Gail Small, associate professor of Native American studies at MSU Bozeman speaks at 9 a.m. about “Land, Culture, and the Environment: Lessons from Indian Country.” At 10 a.m., Leroy Little Bear, professor emeritus at the University of Lethbridge, speaks about “Geology from a Blackfoot Perspective.” Procrastinator Theater at MSU Bozeman. Free. For information, call (406) 586-2455 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The seminar continues through Saturday.

•The RV and Boat Show features more than a dozen dealers offering deals on RVs, ATVs and boats. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Expo Center at MetraPark. Free admission. Through Sunday.

•The Midland Empire Pachyderm Club meets. Noon, Elks Club.

•BOZEMAN – MSU Bozeman holds its annual Bug Buffet, which offers a land shrimp cocktail, pita taco, stir fry, kale salad, brownie, protein shake and a gluten-free almond cookie – all made with insects, such as wax moth larvae, mealworms and crickets. A citrus dressing made with cricket flour is new this year. Patrick Crowley, co-founder of Chapul, which produces energy bars from crickets, speaks at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., and group discussions are held. Noon to 4 p.m., Plant Growth Center along South 11 Avenue. Free.

•The Coulson City Clarinet Ensemble plays in the Lenten Noon Recital Series. Members are Maryann Jacobson, Jolane Jones, Laurel Linde and Sheri Rolf. A soup and bread luncheon follows for a suggested donation of $5. 12:05 p.m., Billings First Church, 310 N. 27th St. Fridays through March 27.

•About 60 antique dealers with antiques and collectibles from several states sell furniture, glassware and primitives at Huff’s Antique Show and Sale. 5-8 p.m., Montana Pavilion at MetraPark. $5. Through Sunday.

•The Downtown Billings Alliance celebrates the community of Downtown Billings at its annual meeting. The event includes comedy by Nick Capetanakis of Projectile Comedy, a special presentation and the premiere of a downtown promotional film, as well as light refreshments. 6 p.m., Pub Station. $15, including a beverage and appetizer plate. For information, visit www.downtownbillings.com.

•RED LODGE – Big Jim and the Twins play dance music. 6 p.m., Pollard Hotel.

•Joe Sullivan plays live music. 6:30-9:30 p.m., The Rex, 2401 Montana Ave.

•Frank Turek with Cross Examined Apologetics Ministries speaks on the topic “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist - A Logical Apologetic for Believing.” Dr. Turek, press materials say, “will engage this discussion for us in a systematic, logical way yet with respect for all.” His weekly television show, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist, airs on the National Religious Broadcasting Network. 7 p.m., West Side Baptist Church, 323 S. 32nd St. W. Also Saturday.

•The Yellowstone Bluegrass Association welcomes all levels of acoustic-instrument musicians to its Friday night jam session. Enter the building thru the main door on the Northwest corner of the building, near the main parking lot. 7 p.m., music room in basement of Lincoln Center. Free. For information, go to www.yellowstonebluegrass.com. Fridays except on school holidays.

•RED LODGE – Casey Epps hosts open mic night. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•Singer and songwriter Almeda Bradshaw plays Western Americana and roots music. 7 p.m., Northern Hotel.

•C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is performed by the NOVA Youth Conservatory and directed by Dawn Nickerson. Joseph Robinette adapted this story for the stage, telling the story of four children who discover an evil witch in a mystical land called Narnia. 7:30 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Through Sunday and also March 6-8.

•“Steel Magnolias” brings together six Southern women at a beauty salon as they gossip and talk about their lives. The play stars Sara Hatfield, Kelsey Steffan, Dina Brophy, Rita Heizer, Chae Clearwood and Lisa Day. Byrl Skovgaard directs. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $17, $14. Through Saturday.

•John Conroy and Mike Lester perform live comedy. 8 p.m., R-Club at Billings Hotel and Convention Center.

•Magik City Music Group, Engage the Unseen and Where There’s Fire play at a shindig of rockin’ rhythm and blues. 8 p.m., Railyard. $5.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•DJ Hobbles plays music to dance by. 9 p.m., Shooters.

•Barefoot Movement, a Nashville-based group considered among the most promising bluegrass bands, invites to sit back, relax and take off your shoes. The band’s The High Road EP, released in September, showcases traditional music from live performances. 9:30 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. Free.

Saturday, February 28

•The Billings Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Coalition offers income-tax preparation services for people who made $53,000 or less in 2014 and who need help preparing and filing tax returns. Bring a photo ID; Social Security cards; all W2, 1099 and other forms; your 2013 tax return; tax information from day care; documentation of higher education expenses; healthcare form 1095 a, b, or c and a bank routing number for direct deposit. Help is available from Wednesdays through Fridays at the Human Resources Development Council and on Saturdays at the Billings Public Library. Free. For information, visit MontanaFreeFile.org. Through mid-April.

•LAUREL – Live bluegrass music goes on every Saturday. 9 a.m. to noon, Owl Café.

•About 60 antique dealers with antiques and collectibles from several states sell furniture, glassware and primitives at Huff’s Antique Show and Sale. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Montana Pavilion at MetraPark. $5. Through Sunday.

•Frank Turek with Cross Examined Apologetics Ministries speaks on the topic “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist – A Logical Apologetic for Believing.” Dr. Turek, press materials say, “will engage this discussion for us in a systematic, logical way yet with respect for all.” His weekly television show, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist, airs on the National Religious Broadcasting Network. Today’s talk focuses on whether miracles are possible and whether New Testament documents are reliable. 9 a.m., West Side Baptist Church, 323 S. 32nd St. W.

•RED LODGE – “From the Known to the Unknown: A Fresh Take on Live Figure Drawing” is taught by ekoh dubois, a self-taught artist who lived in France for 15 years. Participants draw a live model for the sessions. 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to noon Sunday, Carbon County Arts Guild, 11 W. Eighth St. $85 per session, plus $5 per session for the model. To register and receive the supply list, call (406) 446-1370.

•Volunteer Saturdays gives the public a chance to plant seedlings, mulch and pull weeds along with members of the Sprouts Club, which is for ages 5 to 18. 9 a.m. to noon, Audubon Conservation Education Center.

•The RV and Boat Show features more than a dozen dealers offering deals on RVs, ATVs and boats. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Expo Center at MetraPark. Free admission. Through Sunday.

•A chilly session is held on ice fishing, followed by a snack. 10 a.m. to noon., Audubon Conservation Education Center. $5 or free for Friends of the Center. Call 294-5099, ext. 301, or go to www.mtacec.org.

•The 2014 film “Ride Along” is shown in conjunction with Black History Month. 11 a.m., Billings Public Library.

•The Terpsichore Dance Company offers guest performances by Dave Caserio and Parker Brown, Elevation Dance Company and Motion Arts Dance Company. A portion of proceeds are donated to Tumbleweed of Billings. 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Babcock Theater. $15, $12.

•“Venture beyond Facebook: Social Media Sites to Explore” focuses on Pinterest. 4 p.m., Computer Lab at Billings Public Library. Registration is required by calling 657-8290 or going to the second floor Help Desk.

•Frank Turek with Cross Examined Apologetics Ministries speaks on the topic “Stealing from God.” His weekly television show, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, airs on the National Religious Broadcasting Network. 5 p.m., Faith Evangelical Church, 3145 Sweetwater Drive. Also Sunday.

•Bruce Anfinson, “Montana’s Musical Ambassador,” performs in concert with Almeda Bradshaw. 5 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•RED LODGE – The Snow Science Full Moon Ski features guest speaker Jeff Gildehaus of the Beartooth Ranger District, who discusses the history and technique of snow surveys, which are used to predict water runoff and forecast flood or drought. Non-skiers can follow the luminaries and walk along the side of the trail to the fire ring. 6-8 p.m., Red Lodge Nordic Center three miles west of Red Lodge off Highway 78.

•Joe Sullivan plays live music. 6:30-9:30 p.m., The Rex, 2401 Montana Ave.

•I the Breather, a Christian metalcore quintet, plays in concert with Exotype, Forevermore and Come the Dawn. The band’s debut album, These Are My Sins, opened at No. 39 on Billboard’s New Artist Chart. The group was formed by Justin Huffman and Morgan Wright in late 2009. 7 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. $13 or $10 in advance at 1111presents.com, Tickets 300 downtown (2911 Third Ave. N., Ernie November or by calling 1-866-300-8300.

•Cimarron plays live music. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is performed by the NOVA Youth Conservatory and directed by Dawn Nickerson. Joseph Robinette adapted this story for the stage, telling the story of four children who discover an evil witch in a mystical land called Narnia. 7:30 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Through Sunday and also March 6-8.

•“Steel Magnolias” brings together six Southern women at a beauty salon as they gossip and talk about their lives. The play stars Sara Hatfield, Kelsey Steffan, Dina Brophy, Rita Heizer, Chae Clearwood and Lisa Day. Byrl Skovgaard directs. 7:30 p.m., Billings Studio Theatre. $17, $14.

•BALLANTINE – Val hosts karaoke. 8 p.m., Boardwalk Bar.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•Blackwater plays live music. 9 p.m., Shooters.

Sunday, March 1

•The 2015 license year for Montana hunters and anglers begins. The new license year is especially important for early-season anglers, and for those who enjoy ice fishing. Licenses are available at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices and license providers, and most also are available at fwp.mt.gov by clicking “Buy a License.”

•About 60 antique dealers with antiques and collectibles from several states sell furniture, glassware and primitives at Huff’s Antique Show and Sale. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Montana Pavilion at MetraPark. $5.

•The Billings Association of Humanists meets for “Headlines and Update on Legislative News.” Bring local, state, national and international news stories to share. The session follows a “cognitive dissonance/scathing atheist podcast-type format.” M. Murray facilitates. 1 p.m., First Congregational Church, 310 N. 27th St.

•The RV and Boat Show features more than a dozen dealers offering deals on RVs, ATVs and boats. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Expo Center at MetraPark. Free admission.

•The Weekend Wonders program is open to all ages. 2-3:30 p.m., Audubon Conservation Education Center. $2 or free for Friends of the Center. Every Sunday, with no registration required.

•C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is performed by the NOVA Youth Conservatory and directed by Dawn Nickerson. Joseph Robinette adapted this story for the stage, telling the story of four children who discover an evil witch in a mystical land called Narnia. 2 p.m., NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Also Friday through Sunday.

•RED LODGE – Honey’s Café holds an acoustic jam. 2-4 p.m., 209 S. Broadway.

•Fit 4 Delivery, a yoga-based class designed for pregnant women, meets Sundays. 2:30 p.m., Health Studio at Anytime Fitness. To register call Laura Morledge at 794-9519.

•The Harlem Globetrotters, now in their 89th year, come to town in their Washington Generals’ Revenge Tour. Before this tour, the Generals hadn’t played the Globetrotters in five years, and the Generals haven’t beaten the Globetrotters in nearly a half-century. Of course, the game isn’t about the competition but about the Globetrotters’ showmanship and stars such as Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Bruton, Thunder Law, Bull Bullard, Firefly Fisher and Moose Weekes – plus female stars TNT Maddox, T-Time Brawner and Sweet J Ekworomadu. To nominate a veteran or active member of the military for a Hometown Hero award at the game, go to harlemglobetrotters.com. 3 p.m., MetraPark. $21 and up. For more information, see the story elsewhere in this issue.

•BOZEMAN – The Bridger Mountain Big Band performs in concert. Adam Greenberg heads up this group of local musicians who celebrate the music of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and others. 3 p.m., Ellen Theatre. $15. Tickets available at theellentheatre.com or by calling (406) 585-5885.

•PRAY – The Norrine the Outlaw Queen Band plays live music. 4 p.m., Chico Hot Springs.

•Adam Rutt and the Vigilante 7 host an evening of open blues, rock and country jam. 6-11 p.m., Andy’s Lounge, 1815 First Ave. N. Free.

•Live jazz goes on most Sunday evenings at Walkers Grill.

•Ladysmith Black Mambazo, an African a cappella vocal group founded in the 1960s by Joseph Shabalala, performs in concert. Ladysmith already was the most popular singing group in South Africa when Paul Simon collaborated with the group on his Graceland album. The group has won three Grammy Awards and has performed with Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, Sarah McLachlan, Emmylou Harris, Melissa Etheridge and many others. 8 p.m., Babcock Theater. $32 or $30 in advance at 1111presents.com, Tickets 300 (2911 Third Ave. N.) or by calling 1-866-300-8300.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Monday, March 2

•One Book Billings discusses James Welch’s The Indian Lawyer. In this work, Sylvester Yellow Calf is a former reservation basketball star, a promising young lawyer, and a possible congressional candidate. But when a parolee ensnares him in a blackmail scheme, he has to decide just who he is and what he wants. Stop by the library for discussion sites and a copy of the book. Through Thursday.

•GLENDIVE – All high school seniors, juniors and parents of prospective students are invited to experience a day in the life of a Dawson Community College student on Buccaneer Day. Visiting students can experience a college class, learn about academic programs and student services, quiz a panel of current students, meet instructors and coaches, connect with other future students, have lunch and receive a campus tour. 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free, but registration required by contacting (406) 377-9419 or going to www.dawson.edu.

•BIG SKY – The Special Olympics Montana Big Sky Area Winter Games are held in alpine skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing. The athletes represent Gallatin, Park, Sweetgrass and Madison counties. 9 a.m., Big Sky Resort.

•Bring the kids and join Mamalode and Gov. Steve Bullock for a “Let Them Learn” event to support Early Edge and universal, voluntary pre-kindergarten for all Montana children. 3 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•Yellowstone County Democrats hold their inaugural happy hour with no speeches and no fundraising hard-sells. 5-7 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co., 2123 First Ave. N. RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•The West End Honor Band performs, and the West End Elementary Band Gala is held. 7 p.m., Will James Middle School gym.

•West Coast swing dance lessons are offered every Monday for fun and practice. No partner required. Beginners, 7:15 p.m.; Beginners II, 8:30 p.m.; Social/Practice Party, 9:30 p.m.; Elysian School, 6416 Elysian Road. Free.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Tuesday, March 3

•On National Pancake Day, guests all over the country can get a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes. In return, guests here are asked to leave behind a donation for the Chase Hawks Memorial Association. IHOP hopes to raise $3.5 million for charity during the event. 7-10 a.m., 2833 King Ave. W.

•Tech Tuesday provides Ereader support. Bring your device, cords, account information, and library card. 4 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•Bring out your instruments for Tunes on Tap. Performers tonight include Sensory, Picture Cassette, Snowbored and Megagiant. 5 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Sally McIntosh, director of the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery and an adjunct professor at Rocky Mountain College, is featured at the Artful Women of Montana discussion. Ms. McIntosh is past coordinator of Billings ArtWalk and retired owner of McIntosh Art Co. and the Bill McIntosh Gallery. Precious McKenzie facilitates. 5:30 p.m., Billings Public Library. Free.

•The Boys and Girls Honor Choir performs in concert. 7 p.m., Lincoln Center Auditorium.

•RED LODGE – Rob Owen hosts jam night. 8 p.m., Snow Creek Saloon.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Wednesday, March 4

•Pint Aid benefits the YMCA with music by the Peach Pickers. 5 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Open yoga classes welcome all levels, including beginners, to stretch, breathe and de-stress with yoga. 5:30-6:45 p.m., Room 3 at Billings Clinic. $7 or $45 for eight weeks. Call Kyle Neary at 255-8485 or 652-4955.

•Students from MSU Billings present a brief drama, “Let’s Talk, Billings,” at the Community Lecture Series. The presentation is followed by personal stories and discussion of suicide prevention issues. 7 p.m., Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2032 Central Ave.

•Singer and songwriter Clint Black performs in concert. He has sold more than 20 million albums, and a third of his songs have become radio hits. Shane Clouse opens. 7:30 p.m., Alberta Bair Theater. $56, $49, $44.

•BOZEMAN – Carlos Nunez, who won a Grammy playing with the Chieftains, performs in concert with his band. He has collaborated with artists ranging from Linda Ronstadt to Ry Cooder to Sinead O’Connor. 8 p.m., Ellen Theatre. $17. For tickets, go to theellentheatre.com or call (406) 585-5885.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Thursday, March 5

•Project Linus of Yellowstone County meets the first Thursday of each month to make blankets for children to age 18 who are ill or traumatized. Blankets are then distributed from shelters, social service agencies or hospitals. 12 Garden Ave. To volunteer, donate or receive a blanket, contact Terri Malucci at 855-7999.

•William Mouat of the Alberta Bair Theater teaches a workshop on Celtic Visual and Performing Arts at 5 p.m., then one on Ancient Celtic History, Folklore and Its Influence on the English Language at 6 p.m. $15 or $30, including a ticket to this evening’s Caladh Nua concert.

•Nurse practitioner Daen Scott conducts an information session on options for treating weight-related disorders, including the role of metabolic surgery. 5:30 p.m., Mary Alice Fortin Health Conference Center, Billings Clinic Hospital. Free. To register, call 255-8440 or 1-800-252-1246 or register online at www.billingsclinic.com.

•Joe Sullivan plays live music. 6-10 p.m., TEN Lounge in the Northern Hotel.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam with Treo. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•The first of six weekly sessions on “The Constitution IS the Solution” is presented by the Eagle Forum. Each class includes a DVD presentation and group discussion. 7 p.m., Grace Baptist Church, 3616 Broadwater Ave. Donations requested.

•The North Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 7 p.m., North Park Center.

•The Honor Orchestra Concert is held. 7 p.m., Lincoln Center Auditorium.

•Five musicians from Ireland make up Caladh Nua, which means a new or safe port or anchorage. They play instruments from banjo to fiddle, guitar to bodhran and tin whistle to button accordion, and they capture the essential qualities of traditional Irish music while balancing them with an innovative contemporary styling. Their albums include Next Stop, Happy Days and Honest to Goodness. 7:30 p.m., Alberta Bair Theater. $30, $16. The band plays a shortened playlist at 12:30 p.m. for area students at the theater. $6.50.

•Metal band Machine Head started 20 years ago with Burn My Eyes and continues with a new album, Bloodstone and Diamonds, that, according to press materials, “is the perfect and indisputable antidote to the modern metal scene’s hordes of identikit journeymen.” Songs include “Killers And Kings,” “Ghosts Will Haunt My Bones,” “In Comes the Flood,” “Beneath The Silt” and “Night of the Long Knives.” 8 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. $20.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

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