Five things to do today – ‘teary-oke,’ late night catechism, fireworks

Belt out your favorite ballads and sad songs during 'teary-oke.' (iStock Photo)

Where will you be today?

For sad singers: As a part of The Galleries at Moore’s latest exhibit Interchange, a live oracle card reading will be performed via Skype at 6 p.m. at the gallery on the Parkway. Immediately following, a sad song karaoke session, “teary-oke” will let performers belt it out to their favorite ballads.

For an evening of acceptance: LGBTQ individuals ages 21 through 29 are invited to join in a positive and engaging conversation at the William Way Community Center in Washington Square West from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

For an outdoors adventure: Listen to the sounds of nature—and catch some fireflies—at the Wissahickon Environmental Center in Northwest Philadelphia starting at 7:30 p.m.

For summer school: The audience takes the role of naughty summer schoolers at evening catechism as Sister—the comedy show’s leading lady—brings the laughs at the Valley Forge Casino Resort at 8 p.m. in King of Prussia, PA.

For pyrotechnics: Every Friday night in Wildwood, NJ, fireworks shoot off at Pine Avenue and the Beach at 10 p.m.