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Things to do in York this weekend, Jan. 8-10

Hear live jazz

Soulful music honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will fill the First Presbyterian Church of York on Saturday, Jan. 9. Tim Warfield, Jr., Chris Bacas, Don Collins, Bob Meashey, Steve Meashey, Kirk Reese, Tim Thompson and Mack White will be a part of the 18th Annual Jazz Vespers. The concert starts at 7 p.m. and includes gospel, jazz standards, and spirituals. The concert is free. Get more information by calling 717-843-8041.

Start drawing

York expressionist artist Paul Kicklighter will offer a free drawing lesson from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 9 at the Pennsylvania Arts Experience. The event is free and all materials are provided. Enter for a chance to win an art travel kit, courtesy of Blick Art Materials. These lessons will be held every Saturday in January.

See a movie

New in theaters is "The Forest," "The Masked Saint" and "The Revenant." Get more information here.

Learn about beekeeping

Something is buzzing at Nixon Park. Learn about beekeeping (and how to start a hive at home) at a beekeeping program from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 10 at Nixon Park Nature Center. Morrell E. Sipe of York County Beekeepers Association will lead the session. It's free to attend, but registration is required by calling 717-428-1961.

Go to an art gallery

HIVE artspace has an animal-themed exhibit in its King Street location. All Creatures Great and Small features work by more than 20 artists. A portion of the proceeds from works sold will go to Animal Rescue Inc. of Pa. Get more information here.

Staying in? Here's watch to watch on TV this weekend.

Watch CMT

Mechanicsburg native and bodybuilder Ashley Kemmer will be featured in an episode of the Country Music Television series "Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge" at 8 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 10, according to a news release. Get more information here.

Watch the Golden Globes

Ricky Gervais hosts the Golden Globes on NBC at 8 p.m. Sunday. Here are five things to watch for.