MUSICAL ROAD TRIP: It’s time to hit the road again to end the summer season in Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Check out country superstar Brad Paisley at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Daily's Place Amphitheatre, located at 1 Daily’s Place in Jacksonville. The singer, whose albums have all been certified gold or higher, stops in Jacksonville as part of his current world tour. Tickets run $46 to $106 and can be bought at dailysplace.com/events. Saturday’s performance is in St. Augustine, with rock band Umphrey’s McGee kicking off the official weekend at 6 p.m. Saturday at St. Augustine Amphitheatre, located at 1340C A1A South. Tickets cost $35 and can be purchased at staugamphitheatre.com. Bush, Live and Our Lady Peace will end the weekend back in Jacksonville at 7 p.m. Sunday at Daily's Place Amphitheatre. The bands perform as part of the “ALTimate Tour.” Tickets for this concert run $94.50 to $194.50 and can be purchased at dailysplace.com/events.
DEPOT PARK PARKRUN: All ages and abilities are welcome for Depot Park parkrun's free weekly 5K to run, jog, walk or volunteer. If you have never participated in a parkrun event, you must complete a one-time registration and print a barcode by visiting parkrun.us/register/form. Bring that barcode to the event. Parkrun starts at 7:30 a.m. each Saturday, and registered participants will receive their time by email. Depot Park is at 200 SE Depot Ave. For more information, visit bit.ly/DepotRun.
WATER PARK COMMUNITY DAY: Camp Kulaqua opens its River Ranch on specific Sundays during the summer at a discounted rate with no reservations required, and Sunday is the last community day for the year. It features a 15,000-square-foot wave pool as well as a lazy river, water slide and volleyball courts. The public is allowed to bring food and coolers, but no glass containers or alcoholic beverages are permitted. Modest swimsuits are requested. The park is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at 23400 NW 212th Ave. in High Springs. The discounted rate is $12.50 per person; free for children 3 and younger. According to Camp Kulaqua’s website, September community days may be planned soon; check kulaqua.com for updates.
LEARN ABOUT THE LIBRARY: Sunday Assembly Gainesville will host guest speaker Debbie Lewis, a former Alachua County librarian and supervisor, at 11 a.m. Sunday. Her free talk is titled “Library Resources: So Much More Than Books.” Music will be provided by Sunday Assembly musicians. There will be discussion, fellowship and a potluck lunch. Sunday Assembly Gainesville is a secular congregation that celebrates life the third Sunday of each month at the CIED Building of the Santa Fe College downtown campus, 530 W. University Ave. For more information, visit sagainesville.weebly.com.
“CUBAN INGENUITY”: Take a trip to the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention this weekend, where you can learn about the inventiveness and resourcefulness of the Cuban people. The exhibit “Cuban Ingenuity — The Artistry of the Everyday Inventor” is on display through December. According to the museum, “Cuban Ingenuity” explores repurposed objects ranging from the ingenious to the outrageous, demonstrating functional solutions to creative achievements. The exhibit highlights the vision behind dozens of Cuban innovations to everything from automobiles to washing machines. The Cade Museum is at 811 N. Main St. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday; closed Monday and Tuesday. General admission is $12.50, $10 for seniors and college students, $7.50 for ages 5-17, and free ages 4 and younger. For more information, call 371-8001.