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Weekend Events: ‘Friends! The Musical Parody’ at AMP; World of Montgomery Festival; Heritage Harvest Festival

What's happening Oct. 19-21

A parade drummer from China at a previous World of Montgomery Festival

Ken Stanek

Friends! The Musical Parody—Friday—AMP, North Bethesda
Comedy writers Bob and Tobly McSmith have turned the classic ’90s television series into an uncensored musical parody. The show starts at 8 p.m.; tickets range from $28 to $44.

Heritage Harvest Festival—Saturday
Eleven farms will be open to the public from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and will hold tours, demonstrations and family-friendly activities. The participating farms are: Button Farm Living History Center in Germantown; Chocolates and Tomatoes in Germantown; Common Root Farm in Derwood; Rocklands Farm and Winery in Poolesville; Shepherd’s Hey Farm in Comus; Soleado Lavendar Farm in Dickerson; Star Gazing Farm Animal Sanctuary in Boyds; Susanna Farm Nursery in Boyds; Three Graces Farm in Poolesville; Waredaca Brewing Co. in Laytonsville; and Waters Orchard in Germantown. The event is free and will run rain or shine.

World of Montgomery Festival—Sunday—Montgomery College, Rockville Campus
This free annual festival features food, crafts and performances to highlight the diverse cultures of Montgomery County. The featured countries are Grenada, Bolivia, Nigeria, Iraq, Turkey, Ukraine, Germany, Korea, Ethiopia, China, El Salvador and India. Attendees can make flowered headdresses, listen to storytelling from Iraq and build a mural with KID Museum. The event runs noon to 4 p.m., with a parade at 1:30 p.m.

Silver Spring Arts and Crafts Fall Fair—Sunday—Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring
Arts and crafts vendors will sell their work from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission to the event is free.

Bee Festival—Sunday—Takoma Park Farmers Market
Takoma Park Farmers Market is hosting a bee festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Attendees can learn about bees and beekeeping and sample local honey. There will also be face painting.

Lily Allen—Sunday—The Fillmore Silver Spring
The British singer-songwriter is coming to town for her No Shame tour. Her new album came out in June, but Allen is perhaps best known for her 2006 single, “Smile.” The show starts at 8 p.m., with opening act S-X, a Belgian pop duo. Tickets are $35.