Friday – Friday Cheers – It’s Friday Cheers time! Where else can you catch a live concert from up-and-coming talent with the James River right next to you? The outdoor concert series kicks off this weekend with Valerie June (pictured), a Memphis, Tenn.-based singer-songwriter who blends a little bit of Americana, country and folk with a whole lot of ‘60s soul. Singer-guitarist Devon Gilfillian, who recently signed with Capitol Records, opens. He delivers a mix of soul, blues and classic rock. 6-9:30 p.m. at Brown’s Island, Fifth and Tredegar streets. $10.
Saturday – ¿Que Pasa? Fest – Head to Richmond’s Canal Walk to celebrate Virginia’s Latin American communities with food, music and dancing. The canal boats will be trimmed with flowers to resemble the Floating Gardens of Xochimilco. This year, the festival is attempting to set a mark recognized by Guinness World Records, with more than 1,000 piñatas. And get ready to dig into authentic dishes, such as arepas, tacos, burritos, empanadas, tortas, pupusas and much more. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Free entry; pay as you go.
Saturday – ‘Body Worlds’ opens – Want to see what a giraffe looks like, inside out? The “Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out” exhibit opens at the Science Museum of Virginia with more than 100 plastinate figures showing how animal bodies work, from the muscular system to intricate blood vessels. Get ready to see inside a giant squid, a huge bull, a reindeer and more at the Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 W. Broad St. $5-$22.50.
Saturday and Sunday – Arts in the Park – The 47th annual Arts in the Park is a juried art show with more than 450 artists offering art, paintings, jewelry, crafts, weavings and more. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at Byrd Park. Free admission (no pets). Free parking and free shuttles available at the City Stadium parking lot (3201 Maplewood Ave.); handicapped parking is available at the park.