Attend a free yoga class in Portland’s Congress Square Park on Saturday. Shutterstock

Yoga in the Park
10 a.m. Saturday. Congress Square Park, Portland, free.
Before you tuck into an omelet, maybe a few oms would do you good. Friends of Congress Square Park invites you to a free yoga class with Mov(e)volve, founded by certified yoga instructor Katy Christie. Bring your own mat and settle into a peaceful hour of yoga suitable for all levels. While the cars whiz by the corner of High and Congress streets, you’ll be in your own little world.

Maine’s Ultimate Spring Yard Sale
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Cumberland Fairgrounds, 197 Blanchard Road, Cumberland, $10, free for kids under 12. On Facebook.
Maine’s Ultimate Yard Sale will feature more then 200 dealers who will be ready to sell you everything under the sun and possibly even the kitchen sink. Come ready to dicker and be sure to bring cash, as you won’t find any ATMs on site. Food, drinks and restrooms will all be available, and the sale happens rain or shine.

The Funky Boy Summer Craft Fair is this weekend in Alfred. Photo by Silvia Lorrain

Funky Bow Summer Craft Fair
Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Funky Bow Brewery, 21 Ledgewood Lane, Alfred. On Facebook.
For a fun afternoon of outdoor merriment, head to the Funky Bow’s two-day summer craft fair. The brewery’s grounds will be packed with more than 55 makers and vendors for your shopping pleasure. The pizza oven will be fired up and the beer will be flowing, with a soundtrack of live music. No need to leave your four-legged friend at home; dogs are welcome to join in the fun.

Walk the Working Waterfront
Noon to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Portland piers and wharves.
Walk the Working Waterfront offers the public the rare opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at how vibrant and vital Casco Bay’s ocean economy is. You can take a free walking tour from Becky’s Diner all the way to the Maine State Pier. Along the way, you’ll make several stops to tour vessels, see working gear and check out hands-on exhibits. You can also cast questions out to Maine fishermen and sea farmers. There are also guided walking tours at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute with limited spaces, so sign up ASAP.

Comic Dave Attell plays the State Theatre in Portland on June 8. Photo courtesy of the State Theatre

Dave Attell
8 p.m. Saturday. State Theatre, 609 Congress St., Portland, $30 to $55 reserved seating.
Comic Dave Attell’s schedule is jam-packed with a long tour and a steady stream of TV appearances, including “Hot Cross Buns,” his new Netflix comedy special. Attell was the host of Comedy Central’s “Insomniac with Dave Attell,” which ran for four seasons two decades ago and earned him a big following. The upfront seats are long gone, but there’s still plenty of room to have your gut busted in the balcony by a funnyman at the top of his game.

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