What: In another one of its characteristically off-beat artistic pairings, The Lab at Belmar offers Silent Films and Bedroom Paintings, an exhibit dedicated to exposing different sources of wonderment.
Why: Bedroom paintings inspire immediate pleasure in their viewers, and here, you can see the bedroom works of accomplished local and national artists, along with early-twentieth-century films from the Library of Congress, the British Film Institute, and the Netherlands Film Museum.
Bonus: Pair your visit with The Lab's summertime Thursday night Mixed Taste events, where two local experts come together to discuss seemingly unrelated topics (think tamales and literary memoirs).
Details: Through Aug 31. Tue-Sat noon-6 p.m.; Sun noon-5 p.m. The Lab at Belmar, 404 S. Upham St., Lakewood. Free with paid admission. For more information, call 303-934-1777 or visit www.belmarlab.org.
What: Soul meets country in this year's Concert For Kids. Grammy award winner John Legend joins popular artist Jewel for a concert that promises to be full of new music. Legend just released a new DVD, and Jewel's latest CD debuts soon.
Why: Concert proceeds benefit local kids' organizations like Children's Hospital, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and public school systems.
Bonus: Ride the Concert for Kids buzz into Saturday's Safety & Wellness Expo for Kids, where pediatricians and Dora the Explorer come together to teach healthy and safe living to kids as well as the rest of the family.
Details: Fri 8 p.m. Coors Amphitheatre at Fiddler's Green, 6350 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Englewood. $35-$75. For more information, call 303-830-8497 or visit www.concertsforkids.org.
What: He's left behind George, Elaine, and Kramer for this show, but comedian Jerry Seinfeld promises to alight the stage with what he does best: stand-up.
Why: Seinfeld has been applauded nationally for his ability to joke about the little things in life that appeal to audiences everywhere.
Bonus: Saturday night offers shows for both the early bird and the night owl.
Details: Sat 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m. The Buell Theater, 1050 13th St. $45-$75. For more information, call 303-830-8497 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.
What: Relax and do good at the second annual Massage for the Cure, Massage Envy's fundraiser for Susan G. Komen and breast cancer research.
Why: We can hardly think of a more enjoyable way to give money for breast cancer, especially because 100 percent of the event proceeds benefit cancer research.
Bonus: This may be a busy, daylong fundraiser, but don't worry about being short-changed a good massage. All appointments last a full hour.
Details: Mon 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Massage Envy, multiple locations. Donations for any amount accepted ($50 suggested). For more information, visit www.massageenvy.com.
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