This weekend, get inspired by some awesome art by attending an art crawl or a gallery showing. Enjoy sausages and live music at O'Leaver's Sausagefest. Attend a theater production at the Waiting Room. When Monday comes around, you'll be glad didn't spend Friday, Saturday and Sunday doing nothing.

FRIDAY

The New BLK, 1213 Jones St.

7 p.m.

The New BLK invites Kim Reid Kuhn, Matt Welbourn, Adam Haug and a number of other local artists to show off work that celebrates the seven deadly sins. There will be an open dialogue, as well as an open bar. M34N ST33T will be performing.

North 30th Street, starting at the Fort Omaha campus of Metropolitan Community College and ending at Heartland Family Service

6 p.m.

Free

Stroll along North 30th and check out the work of several local artists, including Bart Vargas and Gerard Pefung. Enjoy some snacks, too.

SATURDAY

O'Leavers, 1322 S Saddle Creek Road

7 p.m.

$7

Eat tons of sausage and see live performances at this all-night event. Sausages are free with admission, so be sure to grab three.

Coventry campus, south of 204th and Q Streets

Friday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday, 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Tickets to this festival get you five wine tastings and a wine glass, as well as an evening spent underneath hot air balloons. Front Ro and High Heel will take the stage as well.

SUNDAY

Jewish Community Center Theater, 333 S 132nd St.

7 p.m.

$8

Waiting Room Lounge, 6212 Maple St.

1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

$35

Performing Artists Repertory Theater pays tribute to Patsy Cline with this country-inspired musical. The production centers around a real life friendship between Cline and her biggest fan, Louise Seger. The performance features nearly 30 of Cline's songs. If you miss it Sunday, you can catch it the following weekend.

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