Michelle Raybourn and Becca Mighell model their planetary costumes for "Schoolhouse Rock, Live Jr."

Whether you were kid of the ’70s, ’80s or even the ’90s, you probably still remember most of the tunes – “Conjunction junction, what’s your function?”. Providence Christian School will present “Schoolhouse Rock, Live Jr.” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The musical has been adapted to the stage and includes the television show’s popular songs like “Unpack Your Adjectives”, “Three Is a Magic Number” and “I’m Just a Bill”. For more information, call the school at 214.302.2800.

Another blast from the past – the Inwood Theatre will screen the 1986 Jim Henson fantasy “Labyrinth” during Midnight Madness. Admission is $10.

The DeGoyler Dads Club will present the Eleven Hundred Springs benefit concert 4-7 p.m. Sunday at Sons of Hermann Hall. Tickets are $10-$20, and all proceeds go toward the the Dads Club, which aims to enhance the learning environment at DeGoyler Elementary.

You can add a bit of culture to your weekend at NorthPark Center where the Russian folk group The Kalinka Duo will perform for children in NorthCourt between Nordstrom and Macy’s at 2 p.m. Saturday. They’ll present polkas, waltzes and other music for elementary-aged children. Admission is free.


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