Hitchcock film

• Tonight at Fire Hall: The Cheap Chills movie series, screenings of some of Alfred Hitchcock's classic films, will continue at 7:30 tonight with "The Lady Vanishes" at Fire Hall Theatre, Grand Forks. The showing of the 1938 film starring Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave is sponsored by Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre. Admission: $2.

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Art & Wine Walk

• Saturday in downtown GF, EGF: The sixth season of the annual summer Art & Wine Walk will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday in downtown Grand Forks and East Grand Forks co-sponsored by the Greater Grand Forks Convention & Visitors Bureau and North Valley Arts Council. Starting points are the GuestHouse TownHouse in Grand Forks or the Blue Moose Bar & Grill in East Grand Forks, where Art & Wine Walk maps can be purchased for $15. Travel from venue to venue to see art and meet the artists. Some venues will provide a snack, feature a performing artist, or serve a wine sample to those 21 or older. Wrap Up Party: At 5 p.m. bring your map to the Wrap Up Party at Empire Arts Center, and turn it in to be eligible for prizes. GGFCVB will provide champagne and appetizers. Info: (701) 746-0444.

Tom Petty tribute

• Tonight at Big D's: Free Fallin, a Tom Petty tribute band, will play at 10 tonight at Big D's Bar & Grill in Grand Forks. The Minneapolis-based Free Fallin has been touring and performing nationwide for nearly five years and is currently on its 2012 Petty Love Tour. The show has the instrumentation to duplicate the sound of the Heartbreakers as well as the looks and costumes for a visual show as well, a news release said. The musicians include Brian Evans as Tom Petty, Karl Swartz as Mike Campbell, Dale Peterson as Benmont Tench, John Hill as Scott Thurston, Russ Lund as Ron Blair and Mark Larsen as Stan Lynch. Info: (701) 757-3825.


• Sunday in Grand Forks: Skarvingan from Hallingdal musicians from Noway will perform at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Sons of Norway Gyda Varden Lodge, 1401 Ninth Ave. S., Grand Forks. The Skarvingan musicians are from Hol in Hallingdal and feature six button accordion players, a guitarist and a bass player. Admission: $5.

Recital fundraiser

• Thursday at Fire Hall: "And All That Jazz," a recital fundraiser for a new piano for Fire Hall Theatre, will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Fire Hall with Marlys Murphy on piano. Students from Bel Canto Studio For Voice will present jazz music of the past and present. Performers: Bailey Altman, Paulette Deutsch, John Ferguson, Maura Ferguson, Robert Frazier, Matt Hippen, Haley Larson, Britt Lazur, Daniella Lima, Ken McGurran, Evan Montgomery, Chloe Omlid, Cody Oss, Elisa Rupert, Cold Sherwood, Ian Sherwood. Tickets: Adults, $15; students, senior citizens, military, $10.

Creedence revisited

• Tonight at Mahnomen, Minn.: Creedence Clearwater Revisited will perform at 8 tonight at Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen. Stu Cook and Doug "Cosmo" Clifford of the original late '60s, early '70s hit-maker band Credence Clearwater Revival ("Born on the Bayou," "Down on the Corner," "Suzie Q," "Bad Moon Rising") launched Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1995 to once again perform live CCR hits. Tickets: (218) 935-2711

Diamond Rio

• Saturday in Warroad, Minn.: Diamond Rio, a country band that's also released a Christian album and a Christmas collection, will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday at Seven Clans Casino, Warroad, Minn. The band's hits include "In a Week or Two," "Meet in the Middle," and "Norma Jean Riley." Tickets: $30, $35.

Monday at the Museum

• Monday in Devils Lake: Mark Joy, professor of history and political science at Jamestown (N.D.) College, will be at Lake Region Heritage Center (Old Post Office Museum at 7 p.m. Monday to discuss how the railroads affected settlement patterns. He will cover the relationship the railroad had with farmers, business owners and workers, and the conflict as many individuals felt that they were trapped in a monopoly and had no other reasonable transportation alternatives. Admission: Free.

Book Club

• Tuesday at GF Library: The Great Reads Book Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Grand Forks Public Library to discuss "Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter" by Tom Frankline. Amazon.com book description: In the 1970s, Larry and Silas were boyhood pals in a small town in rural Mississippi. But then Larry took a girl to a drive-in movie and she was never seen again. After 20 years, Larry lives a shunned, solitary life and Silas is the town constable when another girl disappears. Info: (701) 772-8116.

Gazebo concert

• Thursday in Roseau: The Crowe Family Singers will perform at the River Park Gazebo concert at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Roseau, Minn. The group features Rob and Dawn Crowe and daughters Alyssa, 15; Katelyn, 13; and Valeri, 11. They sing folk, bluegrass, patriotic, gospel and show tunes. Arabella Dawn: Also featured will be belly dance performed by Arabella Dawn. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, picnic lunch and beverage and enjoy. Admission: Free.

Second Wind Band

• Thursday in Grand Forks: The Second Wind Band will begin its fall session at 10 a.m. Thursday at Popplers Music on Gateway Drive, Grand Forks. The concert band is mainly composed of musicians 50 and older who like to have fun playing music with friends and performing for audiences in the area. The band also is open to people who have never played a musical instrument before and would like to learn. Meetings: Second Wind Band meets on Monday and Thursday most of the year and makes about 20 performances a year. Now in its 11th year, it is directed by Don Craig and has become a vital part of the musical life of Grand Forks. If you're interested, come to the first rehearsal on Thursday, a news release said.