5 things to do today

1 Walk the Humans: Bring your canine companion and join Hutch Rec and the Vitality Team of Reno County on the Rice Park Trail Loop from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. If you don’t have one, the Hutchinson Animal Shelter will have dogs for rent. There will also be pet-friendly vendors, contest and a raffle. Free. For more, find the event page on Facebook.

2 Classic Car Show and Open House: Support the Alzheimer’s Association by attending this annual event at Brookdale Senior Living, 2416 Brentwood St., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is free to the public, but car registrations are $ 10 each. A barbecue lunch will be provided for an additional $ 5. Attractions include a bounce house, cotton candy and a raffle table. Call (620) 663-9195.

3 Back to School Block Party: Classes are back in session, and popular Burrton restaurant theBarn, 307 W. Dean St. (U.S. 50), is commemorating the end of summer with a free day of food, art, music and crafts from 3 to 7 p.m. Come by later for more live music by Augusta rock band Flashpoint at 9:30, with a $ 2 cover. Call (620) 463-8056.

4 Lindsborg Street Dance: An annual celebration of the accreditation of Bethany College, it all starts in the morning with a fundraising barbecue competition in the 100 block of South Main Street. The public can get a taste for $ 7 through the “Frisbee Feed” at 6 p.m. while singer/songwriter Sam Unruh entertains. The dance gets into full swing at 8, when local legends King Mids & the Muflers take the stage. Call (888) 227-2227 or visit visitlindsborg.com.

5 Mayweather vs. McGregor: Want to watch the fight of the century? The Rusty Needle Sports Bar & Lounge, 1808 N. Plum St., has limited seating for its showing of boxing’s latest mega-matchup. Tickets are $ 25 in advance or $ 30 at the door and include unlimited hamburgers and hot dogs. Call (620) 259-6674

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