— Who you gonna call? Find out below in this weekend’s Top 5 Things To Do list. Also, honor our Vietnam veterans, learn about the important roles that agriculture and farming play in the local and national economy and relax with some music at a couple of concerts.
• Traveling Tribute Vietnam Wall, free, through Sunday, Clarksville Town Hall. The wall, along with a replica of the Eternal Flame, the grave site of John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery, a replica of Audie Murphy’s headstone [the most decorated war hero from World War II] and a replica of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier will be open for viewing 24 hours a day. Full slate of activities featuring a number of guest speakers and special events, including changing of the guard, wreath laying ceremonies and a run/walk event. [www.indianastv.com]
• Kentucky State Fair, Kentucky Exposition Center; 937 Phillips Lane; adult $10; child (3-12) $6; senior (55+), $6; Infants 2 and under , free; parking, $8. Gates open at 7 a.m. and exhibits open at 9 a.m. The midway and tents close around 12 midnight and exhibit halls close at 10 p.m. Celebrate the 109th year of the Kentucky State Fair. Free concerts this weekend include En Vogue with special guest Unlimited [Friday]; Chevelle with special guest The Whitewall Gentlemen [Saturday.] Shows begin at 8 p.m. [www.kystatefair.org]
• Summer Concert Series; free; 6 p.m. Friday; Bicentennial Park in New Albany; Matt Duncan. Duncan is an “inventive songwriter who understands how to use retro sounds as a tool, not a crutch (Paste Magazine, May 2012).” Mixtape Maestro described his sound as “smooth textures of its trombone and sax-seasoned arrangements coupled with Duncan’s cotton soft tenor,” and Washington, DC based website All Things Go described Matt as a “master songcrafter.” Brooklyn, N.Y.-based group American Authors will open. [developna.org]