‘Wrath of Khan’ back in theaters; Taste of Hamburg-er Fest returns [Events Roundup] – Daily room

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The following events are planned for the coming week across the region:

• Fathom Events presents 40th anniversary screenings of the Director’s Cut of “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” next Sunday, Monday and Thursday at select theaters. During routine training maneuvers, Admiral James T. Kirk seems resigned to the idea that this might be the last space mission of his career. But an adversary from the past has returned in force. Aided by his band of genetic supermen in exile, Khan (Ricardo Montalban) – a brilliant renegade from 20th century Earth – has attacked the Regula One space station, stolen the top-secret device called Project Genesis, taken control of a another Federation starship and now plans to set a deadliest trap for its old enemy Kirk, with the threat of universal armageddon. This special 40th anniversary event includes exclusive information on Turner Classic Movies. For participating theaters, show times and tickets, see fathomevents.com.

The streets of Hamburg will be packed for the 18th annual Taste of Hamburg-er festival on Saturday. (STEVE HENSHAW — MEDIANEWS GROUP)

• The 19th annual Taste of Hamburg-er festival will take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in downtown Hamburg. It will feature the Professional Burger Eating Competition, 40 burger stalls, four stages of non-stop musical entertainment, numerous competitions, children’s activities, local art and handmade crafts. To quench your thirst, head to Beer and Wine Patty-O or Budweiser & Burgers Beer Garden, which stay open until 7am. During the festival, head to the welcome table to pick up your festival program guide listing all attendees and event times. Free entry. For more information, visit tasteofhamburger.com.

• The Made in America festival will take place Saturday and Sunday along Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. The festival features headliners Tyler The Creator on Saturday and Bad Bunny on Sunday, with additional performances from Lil Uzi Vert, Jazmine Sullivan, Burna Boy, Snoh ​​Aalegra, Kodak Black, Pusha T, Lil Tjay, Tate McRae, Fuerza Regida, Toro Y Moi, Babyface Ray, Key Glock, Larry June, Rels B and Victoria Monét. Doors open at noon on both days. Tickets are $99 per day for a general admission pass or $150 for a two-day pass. For more information, see madeinamericafest.com.

• Bear Creek Mountain Resort, Longswamp Township, will end the summer with a free concert by country/alternative rock band Frog Holler on Sunday at 7 pm, followed by a fireworks display. There will be food trucks and outdoor dining options on the deck and at the Grille. Customers can bring a chair or blanket to enjoy the concert and fireworks on the lawn. For more information, see bcmountainresort.com.

• American Federation of Musicians Local 135-211 presents three free Labor Day weekend concerts funded by the Musicians Performance Trust Fund: Fridays from 7:30-9:30 p.m., bassist Skip Moyer will lead a quintet with Pete Souders, saxophone; Alan Rochlin, trumpet; Lars Potteiger, piano; and Joel Evans, drums, performing at the Reformation Lutheran Church, Exeter Township. On Saturdays from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, the Reading Pops Big Band will perform at Green Valley Chateau Tent, Sinking Spring. And on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Ringgold Band will perform at Gruber Iron Works at the Berks County Heritage Center, Canton of Bern.

• The Long’s Park Art Festival, one of the nation’s top-ranked art festivals, with 200 exhibitors from across the country chosen by a competitive jury, will be held Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. morning to 5 p.m. at Long’s Park, Lancaster. Artists span 22 categories, including ceramics, textile art, functional art, furniture, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Day passes cost $14 for adults and $7 for students. Weekend passes are available for $20. The festival takes place rain or shine. For more information, see longspark.org.

• The Keswick Theatre, Glenside, presents singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson with Donovan Woods opening act on Fridays at 8pm and Clerks III: The Convenince Tour on Wednesdays at 7pm. Higher”, which sold more than 2 million copies, as well as the following hits “Car Crash”, “Falling Apart” and “All We Are”. Filmmaker, author and actor Kevin Smith will be on hand for the screening of his new film on Wednesday and will participate in a Q&A after the screening. Smith is best known for writing and directing feature films such as “Clerks”, “Dogma” and “Chasing Amy”. For tickets and more information, see keswicktheatre.com.

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