More Pie, Please

Rain and lightning cut short last Sunday's free "Weekend's Weekends" concert, forcing local ska favorites the Pietasters to play an abbreviated set. We'd like to make it up to you, with another free Pietasters show Sunday at 7:30 at Carter Barron Amphitheatre, 16th Street and Colorado Avenue NW. They'll play their speedy brand of horn-driven pop (with punk/ reggae/swing overtones) after Eastern Standard Time opens. Pick up free tickets at the Carter Barron box office Sunday starting at noon (last week's tickets won't be honored). Call 202/334-4748.

Latino Festival

The Latino Festival, Saturday and Sunday from 10 to 6, brings live entertainment on two stages, food vendors and a crafts fair to Pennsylvania Avenue NW between 10th and 13th streets. A parade Sunday from 10 to 1 will travel along Constitution Avenue NW between Ninth and 14th streets. Free; call 202/986-7610.

A Staged Competition

Source Theatre Company presents 40 plays, most by local playwrights, during its annual 10-Minute Play Competition, Tuesday through Aug. 7 at 8 at the theater, 1835 14th St. NW. Eight plays will be staged each evening. Tickets are $15, $13 for seniors and students, from Box Office Tickets, 800/494-8497; for information, call 202/462-1073.

Sounds of Fort Dupont

Moon August and the Expressions perform Friday and Saturday at 8:30 at Fort Dupont Park, Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle SE. Free. Call 202/426-7723 or 202/619-7222.

In Concert

Wolf Trap Farm Park's Filene Center features these concerts:

Huey Lewis & the News performs Friday at 8. Tickets are $27 in-house, $17 on the lawn.

The Cowboy Junkies and David Wilcox play Saturday at 8. Tickets are $26 in-house, $16 lawn.

Kathy Mattea and Collin Raye sing Tuesday at 8. Tickets are $27 in-house, $17 lawn.

Wolf Trap's Filene Center is at 1551 Trap Rd., Vienna. For tickets, call ProTix, 703/218-6500. For information, call 703/255-1860.

African American Festival

African American dancers, vocalists, performing arts groups and artisans will take part in the African American Heritage and Cultural Festival, Saturday from noon to 6 on Market Square, 301 King St., Alexandria. Admission is free. Call 703/883-4686.

Wings of Delight

See live butterflies flying freely in a colorful indoor garden during the "Wings of Fancy" show, Saturday through Sept. 26 from 10 to 4 daily at Brookside Gardens, 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton. Admission is $3 (under age 2 free). No strollers allowed. Call 301/949-8230.

NSO in the Park

The National Symphony Orchestra presents two free concerts Friday and Saturday at 7 at Carter Barron Amphitheatre, 16th Street and Colorado Avenue NW. On Friday, Anthony Aibel conducts music with Spanish themes, including Gershwin's "Cuban Overture." On Saturday, Leslie B. Dunner conducts a program of popular orchestral works with flutist Julietta Curenton, winner of the 1998 NSO Young Soloists' Competition. No tickets required. Call 202/467-4600 (TDD: 202/416-8524).

`Peter Pan' Flies Again

The 1924 silent movie classic "Peter Pan," accompanied by organist Ray Brubacher, will be screened Friday at 8:30 at Lubber Run Amphitheater, North Second and North Columbus streets in Arlington. Free. Call 703/228-6960.

Inside the Dome

Les Arts Sauts, a troupe of trapeze artists from France, performs "Kayassine" in a dome tent outside the Kennedy Center Saturday through Aug. 17 at 8 (no shows Monday, Thursday, Aug. 11 or Aug. 12). Tickets Saturday and Sunday cost $20; other shows are $45. Call 202/467-4600 (TDD: 202/416-8524). See story, Page 30.