'Heisenberg' at the Dairy Arts Center
British playwright Simon Stephens' sharply original performance brings to blazing, theatrical life the uncertain and often comical sparring match that is human connection. The play follows an encounter that thrusts two strangers, Georgie, a 42-year-old bipolar woman, and Alex, a 75-year-old butcher, into a
fascinating and life-changing game. It's an unconventional take on the opposites attract theory of relationships. Directed by Chris Thatcher, with Kasey Lohman and Danny Mann; 7 p.m., Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; $20-$25; dralaproductions.com.
Teen and Tea Time— Turn up at the Teen Space for tea and talk. Grades 6 and up; 4 p.m., Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; calendar.boulderlibrary.org/event/3648723.
The Unemployed Architects — An Illinois band with two different singer-songwriters from very different musical backgrounds, coming together to encompass a wide range of sounds; 8 p.m., The Laughing Goat, 1709 Pearl St., Boulder; free; 815-674-9055, facebook.com/events/215979895708958.
Louisville Art Association Fine Art and Photography Show and Sale— An exhibit of vibrant, compelling works by celebrated artists and photographers from around the country. All work is available for purchase. The show runs through Sep 9, with the opening reception today; 10 a.m. Saturday, Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave., Louisville; free; louisvilleart.org.
Boulder Creek Hometown Festival —Boulder festival that closes out the summer over Labor Day weekend will feature arts and crafts vendors, live performances at the Bandshell, a food court, beer garden, the Great Zucchini Race, the LETR StarLite Classic Car and Motorcycle Show, the second tour date of the 2018 Rocky Mountain Beer Festival, and the return of the Great Boulder Duck Race; 10 a.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday; free; bceproductions.com.
Twenty Ninth Street concert — Last show of the season for this outdoor concert series will feature rockabilly band Papa Juke; 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Twenty Ninth Street Mall, 1710 29th St., Boulder; free; twentyninthstreet.com
Pints in the Park —Louisville's Original brewfest, Pints in the Park will get beer lovers unlimited sample tastes of the beer and a souvenir glass; noon Saturday, Community Park, 955 Bella Vista Drive, Louisville; $25-$30; 303-666-5747, pintsintheparkco.com.
Vista Village BBQ & Concert: Songs from Around the World — Community barbecue and concert featuring music from Elena Camerin Young (vocals), Khabu Young (guitar) Bill McCrossen (bass), Russ Meissner (drums); 1 p.m. Saturday, Vista Village Mobile Home, 5000 Butte St., Boulder; $10-$20; contact via email, mmmwhah.com/at-a-glance-schedule.
Car Show + Party — The Shelby American Collection's car show and party featuring famous Shelby American drivers from the 1960s. This year's event will feature dinner, open bar, ice cream, live music, autograph session, car show, special guest speeches; 3 p.m. Saturday, The Shelby American Collection, 5020 Chaparral Court, Boulder; $75; 303-516-9565, shelbyamericancollection.brownpapertickets.com.
Teade Sysling discusses 'A boy from Amsterdam' — Meet local author Teade Sysling who will be talking about his book "A boy from Amsterdam," followed by Q&A and book signing. Teade has written this autobiographical book about growing up in Amsterdam as a young boy during WWII and how he scrounged for food to help his family, and the eight Jews they were hiding, stay alive; 4 p.m. Saturday, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; meetup.com/North-Boulder-Book-Club-Meetup/events/252365080.