No more excuses–it’s time to get back on your bike.
Newpoli CD Release Show
8 p.m., $15
2 Arrow St.
Nun te vutà is the latest album from this septet. Described by the Globe as “a great way to transport yourself to Southern Italy without worrying about the exchange rate or a plane ticket,” this music will make you want to get on your feet and maybe eat some pasta.
Karl Jenkins: The Peacemakers
8 p.m., $15-$25
48 Mass Ave.
This latest work of composer Karl Jenkins, which features words by Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Anne Frank and more, will be performed by the Cambridge Community Chorus, Worcester Children’s Chorus and led by Music Director Pamela Mindell.
On-Bike Urban Cycling Refresher Course
10 a.m., Free
Memorial Drive (RSVP for exact location)
Maybe you were a big biker when you were younger, but it’s been awhile since you’ve taken a spin. Maybe you just haven’t gotten around to getting back on two wheels since all that snow fell. Whatever the case, this refresher is a great way to get riding and have some fun. RSVP to Jennifer Lawrence, firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-349-4671.
Show and Tell for Grown-Ups
5 p.m., Free
Porter Square Books
25 White St.
We’re all surrounded by artifacts that have special meaning. Join Leah Abrahams of Mixed Media Memoirs and Pam Pacelli of Verissima Productions to share the story behind that certain memento that has special meaning to you.