Five things to do this weekend

Now that Halloween's over, the holidays are going to start coming fast. So take a break from worrying about what lies ahead and have some fun this weekend with these five events:

donell rawlings1Donnell Rawlings
Nov. 5-7 | $20-$22.50 | The Comedy Zone

You might remember comedian Donnell Rawlings from Comedy Central's award winning Chappelle's Show as "Ashy Larry", the 70's jheri curled "Beautiful" and numerous other characters. He also played the role of Day-Day Price on HBO's Emmy award-winning series The Wire.

Festival d'Vine
Nov. 6 | $50-$75 | Treaty Oak Park

The 12th annual Catholic Charities Festival d'Vine features a large selection of festdvinewines as well as a variety of local craft beers. Attendees enjoy food from Jax restaurants including Peterbrooke Chocolate, bb's, Bistro Aix, Burrito Gallery and Tres Leches and entertainment from a live band.

John Lumpkin & the Covenant
Nov. 6 | Free | Friday Musicale

John Lumpkin decided to become a musician after an audition at FSCJ and went on to obtain a bachelor's degree in Jazz Studies from UNF and a master's degree from Florida State. This local up-and-coming producer, arranger and drummer performs at 11 AM with Erik Lofgren on piano and Mike Perez on upright bass; at 7:30 PM with Tori Peoples on vocals, Daniel Dickinson on saxophone, Joshua Bowlus on piano and Stan Piper on upright bass.

Main Library 10th Anniversary Celebration
Nov. 7 | Free | Main Library and Hemming Park

Save-the-DateThe Main Library celebrates its 10th anniversary at its current location with a photo contest exhibit, entertainment, scavenger hunts, more than 40 community organization displays, talks from authors Lauren Groff and Nancy White, a fire engine display and much more. The event spills into Hemming Park, where a Teen Battle of the Bands will begin rocking the stage at noon. Bands comprised of kids age 12-18 will compete for the $500 grand prize. A $50 ticketed reception thrown by the Public Library Foundation begins at 6:30.


TOMBOI Garden Concert
Nov. 8 | $20-$25 | Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

This is a unique opportunity to see TOMBOI live in the Cummer Gardens for an evening of psychedelic pop vocals, driving guitar leads, and a combination of live and electronic beats. Grab a blanket, a little nosh, and your favorite adult beverage, then head to the picturesque gardens to hear this all female indie-electronic band under the stars.