The Weekend 5: DIYpsi, One-Man Circus, Color Vibes & Yo Yo Tricks

. September 1, 2016.
DIYpsi
You gotta check out DIYpsi. -SF

DIYpsi Indie Art Fair
DIYpsi is a two-day handmade art fair for the best indie artists in the area. Also expect local food and craft beer. (YUM.) Because this is art you can’t find at Pier-1, you’ll definitely feel good about buying it. Oh, and check out downtown while you’re at it. – JB

Arbor Brewing Co. Microbrewery, 720 Norris St.
Sat, Aug. 27, 11am, Sun., Aug 28, 12pm
$1 Donation Requested

Auditions at the Encore
The Encore Musical Theatre Company is hosting auditions for Noises Off, directed by Tobin Hissong. A play by Michael Frayn from 1982, each of the three acts contains performances of the first act of a play-within-a-play. Prepare a funny one-minute monologue as well as a passable headshot and resumé. Break a leg! -ZM

Encore Theatre, 3126 Broad St., Dexter.
Sunday, August 28, 6-9pm, free

Yo-Yo Master Zeemo
He’s the Earl of Whirl, the King of the String: it’s Yo-Yo Master Zeemo! This nationally acclaimed talent has two acts with over 200 yo-yo tricks, hula hoops, spin tops frisbees and the amazing Chinese Diabolo. -SJ

Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, 220 Ann St.
Sat.-Sun., Aug. 27-28 1-3:30pm each day.

One-Man Circus (L’homme Cirque)
Cirque du Soleil alum David Dimitri is about to wow your trousers off with some high-wire tricks, acrobatics, song AND he fires himself out of a cannon. OUT OF A CANNON. Let’s be real: there are now seven shows with this dude. Ann Arbor Summer Fest’s finale. Grab your tix.

Burns Park, 3014 Packard.
Thurs.-Sun., Aug. 25-28, 6:30 p.m. day, August 20, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, $20

Color Vibe 5K
You might know Holi, the epic color festival in India each spring. (There were a ton of autoplay Facebook videos.) This is kind of like that (i.e. people throwing color dye followed by a festive dance party) except it’s also a 5k race. Just remember to stretch out beforehand. Register now. -SF

Briarwood Mall, 100 Briarwood Cir.
Sun., Aug. 28, 8am, $27-30

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