What a gorgeous sunny morning! I have a new appreciation. Several feverish refreshes of the weather report have become part of my daily routine, and it looks like we’ll get some sun this week: yay! In addition to the possibility of small breaks from thunderstorms, there are lots of fun things on the menu to do, so stick an umbrella in your tote and go out.

Tonight, hear "legendary" banjo-playing singer-songwriter Debe Dalton at Goodbye Blue Monday before she relocates upstate.

Friday, support "free, physical, socially satirical, public theater" troupe Under the Table at their benefit party at Bushwick Starr (scroll down).

Check out the lineup at Bushwick Music Studios (including My Sister in 1994).

Head to The Alley/BFP East for what sounds like a super fun Zombie Party! Facepaint in July: potentially awkward/genius. Drink specials, Free Zombie performance by the So So Glos, Hot Zombie Bartenders, and prizes for the best costume!

Saturday is All Points West! OR….

Sports fans head to the Putting Lot for the Skewville Golf Classic Putting Championship and Sail Car contest. It’s a big Broke Country Club Party with discounted golf, brownies, lemonade, prizes, bad advice, and a water balloon fight. Fun!

English Kills has a whole lot going on: "Sarah H. Paulson & Holly Faurot present video documentation of past works, and perform a new piece for the opening night entitled "I’ll _____ You When I’m Out of Town".  (Set to music created on site by members of Naam.)  In the second room Don Pablo Pedro is hanging a show of scroll paintings."

Head to Onderdonk (what up Ridgewood) for a big art show at Blue Wolf Studio featuring 7 local artists (including Carla Avruch), two bands: Lady Magma and Pass Kontrol and one "kick arse film."

Big art party at Starr Space celebrating the release of Paper Monument‘s first pamphlet, "I like your work: art and etiquette!"

Another big (also: expensive at $20 — but that gets you open bar all night) party at Refuge celebrating the one-year annoversary of their Bushwick location. "Come dressed as an elegant winged creature as our dreams take flight for another year at Refuge."

See — who needs APW?

Sunday: rest up, jeez. If you must party, Silent Barn will be open with a big list of bands including Each Other’s Mothers (which just makes me think of Mother Lover.)

Tuesday, The Bushwick Book Club at GBM presents "songs about The Bible. Ribs and Original SinSangria to be served." Featuring Susan Hwang and Marionettes of Satan among many other talents.

Greater Bushwick, you will never cease to amaze. Have a fab week, team!