Get lucky with laughs on Friday night. Soifer/

Late Nite Comedy
10 p.m. Friday. Empire Comedy Club, 575 Congress St., Portland, $5, 21-plus.
If you’re looking for laughs on Friday the 13th, you’re in luck! Late Nite Comedy at Empire is a fun and very funny showcase of regional comics intent on reducing you to twitching piles of unfettered giggles. Be ready to be slayed by Caleb Sherman, Jamie Roux, Kendra Dawsey, Tim McCue, Matt Dundas and Sunny Dennis.

Catch a screening of the 1973 animated film “Charlotte’s Web” on Saturday morning in Freeport. Carol Ann Mossa/

‘Charlotte’s Web’
9:30 a.m. Saturday. Nordica Theatre, 1 Freeport Village, Freeport, free, donations for the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport and Meetinghouse Arts accepted.
Move over, Babe, a pig more famous than you needs the spotlight for a minute. Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport presents a screening of the 1973 animated film “Charlotte’s Web,” based on the children’s novel by longtime Mainer E.B. White and starring the namesake spider (Debbie Reynolds) and the lovable pig Wilbur (Henry Gibson). When the movie ends, your kids can participate in an interactive word puzzle contest in downtown Freeport called Templeton’s Trail. Templeton’s the food-focused rat in White’s tale.

The Bath Antiques show falls on the 200th anniversary of Maine’s statehood. AlexLMX/

Bath Antiques Sale
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Bath Middle School, 6 Old Brunswick Road, Bath, $5.
On the day that marks the 200th anniversary of Maine’s statehood, here’s a chance to shop for antiques. Will you find something from that era? There’s only one way to find out, and more than 50 dealers will be peddling their treasures. Happy birthday, Maine. Now let’s shop till we drop!

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