Five things to do today – first aid class, pet therapy story time, Irish night

Ankle Tensor Bandage
Learning how to successfully bandage an ankle is one of the many skills guests to tonight's first aid class will acquire. (iStock Photo)

A medley of great events for you today:

For those who don’t feel like making dinner: Skip the grocery store tonight and head to Downtown Lambertville, NJ for their first-ever NiteFair where a handful of restaurants, food trucks and a beer garden will be set up from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

For young readers: Pet therapy dogs will stop into the Perkiomen Valley Library in Schwenksville, PA at 6 p.m. for story time where children are encouraged to practice their out loud reading skills.  

For the luck of the Irish: Celebrate Irish Heritage Night at Campbell’s Field in Camden, NJ. During tonight’s Camden Riversharks against the York Revolution, the ballpark will have authentic Irish food, dancing and music starting at 6 p.m.

For life-savers: By the end of this three-hour course, starting at 7 p.m., you’ll be certified in First Aid. The class at the Riddle Memorial Hospital in Media, PA goes over proper care procedures for burns, cuts and fractures.  

For a “bad” performance: Almost five years after his death, Michael Jackson’s music is still being performed live. The King of Pop’s tribute band, Who’s Bad plays Harrah’s in Atlantic City, NJ at 9 p.m.