What to Do This Weekend
There’s a lot going on this weekend in the Binghamton area. It’s going to be hard to pick just what to do. There are concerts, comedians, festivals and a demolition derby, just to name a few options. These are the ones I’m interested in.
George Thorogood, Foghat, and Molly Hatchet at playing tonight at Tag’s in Big Flats. The weather looks like it will cooperate. It might me a little on the cooler side, but just bring a sweatshirt and rock out to these legendary artists.
The 44th. Annual Grecian Festival is this week at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation in Vestal. I was there Thursday night and the food was so good, I might have to make another trip this weekend.
The Rumble Ponies are home this weekend to host the Portland Seadogs. Tonight’s game is at 7:05 and there will be fireworks after the game. They will play a double header tomorrow starting at 5:35, and they will finish up the series on Sunday with the first pitch at 1:05.
The Kings of Old School Demolition Derby is happening this Saturday at the Broome County Fair Grounds in Whitney Point.
The Reverend Bob Levy and John Kensil will be doing standup comedy at A Touch Of Texas on Upper Front St. in Binghamton. After they are done with their “Adult Comedy Show”, there will be a Beatles Tribute band on stage. Show time is 9pm.
Binghamton’s Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma is happening Sunday at Otsiningo Park. The walk begins at 10 a.m. with registration starting at 9 a.m.