The GEICO Skytypers perform at McGuire Air Force Base and a World War II flying squadron will also make an appearance. Pilots flying six World War II planes will demonstrate low-level precision maneuvers and deliver aerial messages from 10,000 feet up in letters 120 feet high. Deputy squadron commander Larry Arken is a career commercial aviator. The aircraft flown are SNJ-2s, on which many Allied pilots trained during the war. Free. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 609-754-1919 or www.geicoskytypers.com.
All about roses
The Lewis W. Barton Arboretum and the Nature Preserve at Medford Leas join to present master gardener Cyndy Scalf of Burlington County, who will discuss roses at the Medford Leas Auditorium, 1 Medford Leas Way. Scalf, a consulting rosarian as designated by the American Rose Society, will discuss how to choose the right roses for a garden. Light refreshments will be served. Registration is requested. Free. 7 p.m. 609-654-3000.
The Golden Eagle Community Band will play in the auditorium of the Burlington County Institute of Technology, 695 Woodlane Rd., Westampton. "All Time Favorites" is part of the matinee concert series and will feature a mix of band members' favorites, compiled over 30 years of performing. Selections from Disney's Lion King are among the offerings, as are Hoagy Carmichael's "Heart and Soul" and
"Stardust." The show runs 90 minutes. $10 at the door; $7 in advance; free for children under 12. 8 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday. 609-267-7529 or www.GoldenEagleCommunityBand.org.
The Alice Paul Institute, 128 Hooten Rd., Mount Laurel, presents Women Winemakers Around the Globe, a wine-tasting reception. Sample fine wines under the leadership of wine educator and certified sommelier Shawn Dore, director of education and premium wine manager at R&R Marketing of New Jersey. Tour historic Paulsdale, the birthplace and family home of Quaker suffragist Alice Paul. $45. 5 to 7 p.m. 856-231-1885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Novice birders and enthusiasts can learn more during Beginning Birding for Adults at Palmyra Cove Nature Park, 1300 Route 73 North, Palmyra. Kristina Merola will teach participants how to identify birds during a walk through the cove's 250 acres of woodlands, wetlands and shoreline. There will be indoor and outdoor programs. Nature park members: $2; $8 nonmembers. 8 to 9 a.m. for the indoor program; 9 a.m. to noon for the outdoor program. 856-829-1900, Ext. 267 or www.palmyracove.org.
Paint our town
Artists can participate in the Paint Our Town Challenge with visions of their favorite locations in Medford. The artists must create their work on Saturday on location. The completed works will be submitted to the Medford Public Safety Building, 91 Union St., where judging will be held and awards distributed, including a $300 first-place purchase award. Selected artists will be invited to exhibit their entries for a month at the Pinelands Branch Library. Rain date for this event is next Sunday. Free. Painting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; judging at 4 p.m.; awards announced at 4:30 p.m. 609-654-2512 or www.medfordtownship.com/CulturalArts.
Sam Maitin celebration
An evening of film and dance honoring artist Sam Maitin is set for the Middle Township Performing Arts Center, 212 Bayberry Rd., Cape May Court House. Access to Art, a New Jersey not-for-profit group, hosts this event with the film Sam Maitin: Celebration by Craig Rinkerman. It includes footage of Maitin with art critics, collectors, friends, family and colleagues discussing the artist and the man. There will also be a 12-minute screen dance by Susannah Newman, filmmaker, choreographer, and former associate professor of dance at the State University of New York at Brockport. It celebrates Maitin's color-saturated collages. The Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company also performs. Reservations are required. $25 and $30. 7:30 p.m. film; 8 p.m. dance. 609-465-3963.
Classic car show
Main Street in Medford will be lined with vintage cars during the fifth annual Blast from the Past Classic Car Show, sponsored by the Lakes Corvette Club and the Union Fire Company. There will be nearly 300 antique, classic and muscle cars in a peer-judged show. There will also be live music from the '50s and refreshments sold by local nonprofit organizations. Partial proceeds will benefit the Union Fire Company. Free to watch; $15 to pre-register your car. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain date is next Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. 609-654-2512 or www.medfordcarshow.com.