Today

Sounds of Philly

The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia closes its season with a nod to famous Philadelphians: Samuel Barber, Luis Prado, Anthony Mosakowski, David Ludwig, and Grammy nominee Jennifer Higdon. $18 to $30. Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, 8855 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia. 4 p.m. www.choralarts.com; 215-545-8634.

Friday

Greek adventure

First chance to catch It's A Mazing, featuring five styles of puppetry by the Renaissance Artist Puppet Co. $12.50. 208 Dekalb St., Norristown. 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; also 3 p.m. Saturday and next Sunday. www.renartpuppetco.com; 610-630-4259.

Saturday

Dog day afternoon

Dog owners and dog lovers are invited to North Wales-"Minster" Dog Show as part of North Wales Community Day. Dogs can register on the day of events to compete in categories from size to most impressive trick and best grooming. $5 registration per event. Free admission. Weingartner Park, Summit and Second Streets, North Wales. 1 p.m. 215-699-4424.

Next Sunday

Worldly event

Songs, dances, costumes, artwork and crafts from around the world await visitors to Cheltenham Township's World Fair Day at Cheltenham High School. Students, families and organizations share their cultural roots and ethnic cuisine. Free. 500 Rices Mill Rd., Wyncote. Noon to 4 p.m. 215-887-6200, Ext. 230.