Five things to do today – community mural, KindieComm, fireworks

Brothers Bar, Shimon and Netanel Levy began buying lots on North 6th street in Old Kensington in 2006, creating a market for new construction and building a family business as well. Their latest construction at 1307-09 includes a Mural Arts Program building that they're trying to preserve with the help of the city. This is the mural on the northern side of the construction site. ( RON TARVER / Staff Photographer ) May 31 2014

I can sense today is going to be spectacular.

For a music festival: This isn’t your every day independent music festival. This one, KindieComm, held at World Café Live on Walnut Street showcases indie kids music. It starts at 11 a.m.

For a community paint day: As a part of the Wawa Welcome America! Festival, the Mural Arts Program is urging community members to channel their creative energy into the beautification of the Mantua neighborhood in Philadelphia. Join in the project from noon until 4 p.m. at East Parkside, 1100 N. 41st Street.

For performance art: See a visual history of performance art via the Delaware Art Museum’s latest exhibit “Retro Active,” featuring works by Yoko Ono, Chris Burden and more. The Wilmington, DE museum is open noon until 4 p.m. today.

For a whimsical activity: Every garden could use some butterflies and hummingbirds, no? Find out how to get them to your backyard at Triple Oaks Nursery in Franklinville, NJ at noon.

For a pyrotechnic show: Doylestown, PA’s Central Park has an early Independence Day celebration with a band at 7:30 p.m. and fireworks at 9:30 p.m.