Where else can you find the Alien Beauty Pageant, the game show "You Bet your Asteroid" and the UFO Museum and Paranormal Center? Only one place: The Pine Bush UFO Fair, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday along Main Street in Pine Bush. Come dressed for the occasion, stay for the music, performances, food, games and speakers at an other-worldly festival. pinebushufofair.com.

Join singer-songwriter Deb De Lucca, above, "That 70s Girl," 1-2 p.m. Saturday on a musical journey through the 1970s with some of the era's best music. From jazz to Janis Joplin, De Lucca brings it all to the Greenwood Lake Library, 79 Waterstone Road. De Lucca is a multi-instrumentalist, voice teacher and accomplished performer. Register at gwllibrary.org, at the library's front desk or by phone at 477-8377, ext. 101.

Find out what's happening at Pechakucha Night #9 at 8 p.m. Saturday at Amity Gallery, 110 Newport Bridge Road, Warwick. For $5 admission, you'll hear a half-dozen presenters offer short talks accompanied by 20 images projected for 20 seconds each. Topics range from Berkeley 1969 to a week in Old Minto, Alaska, work and travel to Japan, Africa, Cuba, and a paean to cartoonist Roz Chast. Check out pechahucha.org, too.

Celebrate Cragsmoor's history as one of the nation's earliest art colonies at the Now and Zen events Saturday and Sunday held in the Historical Society's restored landmark building. See masterworks by turn-of-the-century artists who found inspiration in the magical Shawangunk Ridge, including Charles C. Curran, whose "On the Cliff" — painted in 1912 — is above. For a full list of events, go to cragsmoorhistoricalsociety.com.

A quintet of cellists from the New York Philharmonic will perform at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mulder Chapel, Warwick Conference Center, 62 Warwick Center Road, for the Hudson Valley Performing Arts Foundation's Chamber Music Series. Concert tickets: students, $20; adults, $40; premium ticket offering special seating, a post-gala reception with meet and greet and cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, $75. Reserve at 844-464-8723 or hvpaf.org.