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Tuesday may have been “super,” but even the most super of Tuesdays has got nothing on a decent Saturday. That’s right, people, it’s once more the weekend!

There are a few things going on round the Rock, for those seeking a good time. Here are our Best Bets …

Third time, it turns out, is as charming as ever.

This year’s March installment of the monthly First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow is set to serve up an array of awesome art for lovers of craft and beauty, whether they come from near or far.

The action, as always, will be in full swing from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday.

Participants in the beloved monthly event, organized by the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association and sponsored by the city of Bainbridge Island, include nearly 30 galleries, show rooms, museums, shops and offices. Though the list sometimes changes month-to-month, the latest info can be obtained by visiting www.bainbridgedowntown.org.

Luscious country/roots group the Joy Mills Band returns to the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art to perform songs from their new release “Echolocator” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 6, in the Frank Buxton Auditorium.

This new release takes a sonic turn from their soulful country and roots sound and into new territory, according to BIMA cultural programs manager Jesse Ziebart.

Tickets ($22 to $25 each) are on sale via www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4496715.

Learn more at www.biartmuseum.org/event/joy-mills-band-in-concert.

Eagle Harbor Book Company will host a family event with Nikki McClure to celebrate her newest book “What Will These Hands Make?” at 6 p.m. Saturday.

This lyrical picture book follows a family through one day and muses in the possibilities that one day holds – from enjoying treats at the bakery, to admiring handmade goods from local artisan shops, to observing the new construction in town.

Illuminating themes of community, creativity, and collaboration, “What Will These Hands Make?” dares the reader to dream up everything they can be and all the ways they can leave their little corner of the world better than they found it.

McClure is a self-taught artist and the author-illustrator of many books for children.

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