Five things to do today - art, wine and music

"II Ways: New Works in Paper," an exhibit by artists Mark Price and Joseph Opshinsky is on display at FrameWorks Studio and Gallery through August 10. (Photo via Facebook)

It's time for your daily dose of awesome events:

For those not afraid of a paper cut: Artists Mark Price and Joseph Opshinsky created work for “II Ways: New Works in Paper” out of the fibrous stuff. The exhibit is on display at FrameWorks Studio and Gallery from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

For the little chef: A nutritious and well-balanced lunch will be prepared starting at noon for children at the Pinelands/Medford branch of the Burlington County Library in Medford, NJ. Children will learn about food groups and basic nutrition over the course of this 45-minute class.

For the crafty type: Who needs Pinterest when you can learn how to make your own stationary and envelopes during a free class at Helen Kate Furnace Free Library? The Wallingford, PA event begins at 3 p.m.

For those with an exotic taste: The Washington House in Sellersville, PA is holding a worldly wine tasting dinner hosted by Rob Reese of Vintage Wines and Elayne Brick of The Washington House at 5 p.m. Taste wines from all over the world, even Lebanon.

For music lovers: UK electronic band Metronomy take the stage at Union Transfer for an all-ages with doors opening at 8 p.m.