York Weekend Extras for 7/10: Lincoln, Second Saturday, Sounds of Summer

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Actor Granville Van Dusen has performed his one-man play, "The Memoirs of Abraham Lincoln," for the past 25 years around Gettysburg and across the U.S. Van Dusen will give his final performance of the play through July 26 at Totem Pole Playhouse in Fayetteville, Adams County. The production is sponsored by the Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg. Tickets: $20-$45. Information: totempoleplayhouse.org.

The theme for Second Saturday this month is Use Your Voice, and the event organized by the Cultural Alliance of York County will include live performances from York City poet laureate Christine Lincoln, poet Carla Christopher, The Rooted artists Jessica Flynn and Dustin Nispel, DreamWrights' cast of "Grease" and John Terlazzo & Voices in the Hall on the Codorus Boat Basin at Foundry Park. The YMCA of York County will provide hydrobikes for peddling on the Codorus. Second Saturday takes place 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday around York City. Information: www.2ndSaturdayYork.org.

Sharks! Learn more about the unique creatures and how they have adapted to survive during a National Aquarium presentation at two York County libraries that will dispel some myths and teach kids in kindergarten through sixth grade more about the fish. Adults are also welcome. Catch the program 10-11 a.m. Tuesday at Glatfelter Memorial Library in Hanover or 1:30-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 29, at Arthur Hufnagel Public Library of Glen Rock. Information: www.yorklibraries.org.

Springettsbury Township's Sounds of Summer concert series continues with free concerts at 7 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday at the township's park. Sunday's performance is by Strawberry Fields, a Beatles tribute band that will take the audience through the first four albums by The Beatles, followed by a set from "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album and then picks from the "White Album," "Abbey Road" and "Let It Be." Information: www.strawberryfieldsthetribute.com.

Wednesday the stage will rock with music from the 1950s and '60s from Flamin' Dick and the Hot Rods. The cover band pays tribute to artists from Chuck Berry to Elvis Presley to The Righteous Brothers. Information: www.flamindickandthehotrods.com.