The forecast says rain this weekend in Hillsboro, but I bet you can keep busy. Here’s a bunch of stuff to do right here in town—maybe take your mom along? Or at least call her? You should at least call her. You don’t call her enough.

The Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra performs tonight a 7:30 at Trinity Lutheran Church. It’s a cowboy-themed night, featuring “William Tell Overture” by Giacomo Rossini and “Magnificent Seven” by Elmer Bernstein.

If that’s not your style, there’s also the Open Mic Fridays at Influence Music Hall tonight at 7pm. All ages are welcome until 9, and all genres of music are possible. Should be fun.

On Saturday there’s the Proud to be HSD event in Downtown Hillsboro, which celebrates the Hillsboro School District. There will be a STEAM pavilion showing off science and the arts, an athletics/activities area, and even a chess challenge. And you might as well stop by the Farmers Market while you’re there.

At 2pm Anjali, an Indian dance troupe, is performing their interpretation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream. It’s right downtown at The Walters, so you could stop by after the farmers market if you wanted to.

Finally, stop by the Sunday Farmer’s Market in Orenco and you can see Laura Cunard perform. Then take everything you bought and make your mom a nice dinner.

Or, if you can’t, call. It’s not hard to call.