The third annual Kettering/Largo/Mitchellville Family Community Day and Health Fair, from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday, will feature entertainment on two stages, a three-on-three basketball tournament, children's games and health screenings. There will be musical performances by local groups, including the Raw Image Band, and a fashion show, pony rides, a moon bounce and face painting, along with more than 40 food and craft vendors. The festival is free and takes place at Kettering/Largo Community Center, 431 Watkins Park Dr., Upper Marlboro. 301-499-3539.
A VIEW OF WORLD WAR II
In 1941, 33 black male recruits from across the country gathered at an experimental Air Force training camp in Tuskegee, Ala. They later became combat pilots in World War II, and their story of courage and determination as they fought for a country that continued to deny them civil rights became the subject of many movies and books. At 2 p.m. Sunday, a few local Tuskegee-trained pilots will speak about their experiences. The event will be held at the College Park Aviation Museum, 1985 Cpl. Frank Scott Dr., College Park. "Speaking of Flight: Tuskegee Airmen," is part of this summer's "America Celebrates the Greatest Generation" tribute, which is being held throughout the region. The discussion is free with admission to the museum: adults, $4; seniors, $3; children, $2. For more information, call 301-864-6029.
SINGING THEIR SONGS
Ten hours of continuous music are set for Saturday in Greenbelt to showcase local singer-songwriters at the fourth annual Festival of the Song. From 1 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Roosevelt Center, songs written and performed by Julie Loyd, Chris Smith, Brianna Lane, Franklin Taggart, Zoe Mulford, Nick Annis & Elizabeth Crisfeld, David Morreale, Syl Smith, Laura Secker and other musicians will fill the air. In the event of rain, the program will move indoors, to the New Deal Cafe. The center is located at Southway and Crescent roads. For more information, call 301-474-5642.