1) Think Spring
Celebrate the slightly-warmer Spring-ish weather at the Kokomo Farmers' Market downtown. Saturday marks the grand opening for 2014. Head out to the corner of Mulberry and Washington streets from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
It is a total sensory experience. You can smell fresh baked breads and cookies, see the vibrant colors of harvest, taste the difference fresh produce makes, hear the sounds of local musicians and feel the craftsmanship vendors put into their work. It's open every Saturday through Oct. 18.
2) Last chance egg hunts
This weekend will likely be your last chance to hunt Easter eggs this year, so get out and take advantage of the many hunts happening all over town.
There are egg hunts for kids Saturday at Woodland Christian Church, West Point Christian Church, Tipton City Park, The Flea Market on U.S. 31 and Upper Deer Creek Church.
The city of Kokomo is also hosting its Adults Only Easter Egg Hunt at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Jackson Morrow Park.
3) A musical experience
Check out guitarist Michael Kelsey as he performs at Rhum Academy of Music at 7 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are just $10.
Kelsey is a rhythmic, inspired guitarist and performance artist who blends many musical genres. When he hits the stage to perform, he plays every inch of his guitar, pulling out every part of it or anything else an arm's length or foot kick away. He may make use of technology, his improv skills, objects in the room and audience interaction to make music that engages all of the senses.