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Five concerts, standup comedy, and screenings of the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding are on the campus entertainment schedule this weekend.

Senior Nathan Tregger will performs works by Beethoven, Mozart, and Rachmaninoff at a free piano recital noon Friday in the Williams Center for the Arts auditorium.

Lafayette Activities Forum has scheduled screenings of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 7 and 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 p.m. next Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday in Limburg Theater, Farinon College Center. Admission is $2 with Lafayette ID.

Shemekia Copeland, who has received four W.C. Handy Awards, five Living Blues Awards, and a Grammy nomination, will perform 8 p.m. Friday at the Williams Center for the Arts. Tickets cost $20, with proceeds going to Boys and Girls Club of Easton.

The 16th annual Easton Jazz Festival will take place 8 p.m. Saturday at the Williams Center, featuring the bands of legendary saxophonist Phil Woods and piano phenomenon Marc Copland. Tickets cost $20, with proceeds going to Boys and Girls Club of Easton.

Comedian Chris Johnson will perform at the Farinon Center snackbar 9 p.m. Saturday. His standup act will take a humorous look at topics such as his years of working as a bagger in a local grocery store and the fictitious situation of the cast of Beverly Hills 90210 being pulled over by the police. The free event is sponsored by Lafayette Activities Forum.

An hour later at the same location, LAF will sponsor a free concert by Five O’Clock Shadow, an all-vocal modern rock band from Boston. The group has appeared on VH1’s Break.through and ABC.

The Lafayette College Orchestra and Concert Band, led by Marka Young and Tom DiGiovanni ’96, respectively, will give a free concert 3 p.m. Sunday in the Williams Center auditorium.

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