Sorry Monday, we're going to enjoy you.
For folk art: One of the area's museums featuring Fraktur pieces, the Mercer Museum's (84 S. Pine St., Doylestown) exhibit focuses on the Pennsylvania-German color drawings that were created in Bucks County. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For grown-up show and tell: Local Cambodian test kitchen offering vegan fish sauces and cooking classes, Koliyan, will come to CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia (1315 Walnut St.) for Maker Monday, where they'll share their history and a few dishes. Listen to the chat, starting at 5 p.m., and try Somlaw Kokoe, a Cambodian stew, and Num Treap, sweet sticky rice bites.
For dinner: Five courses of German delicacies will be paired with regionally appropriate wines (read: from Germany) at Azie on Main (789 E. Lancaster Ave., Villanova) tonight starting at 7 p.m. Courses include Bavarian Bier Wuerstchen braised beef and onion stuffed cabbage and Pork Schnitzel egg spaetzel and cured red cabbage. Make your reservations: 610-527-5700.
For a Black History Month commemoration: "Partway to Freedom," a new opera from Pennsylvania composer Cynthia Cozette paints a verbal picture of the services of African Americans during the Civil War. Hear portions of the opera at the Free Library of Philadelphia's Central Branch (1901 Vine St.) starting at 7 p.m., followed by a talk on the Civil War.