A weekend of spooky, boozy and arty Scout Picks.
Signature Cocktail Class
7 – 9 p.m., $65
201 Somerville Ave.
Join Booze Époque’s skilled bartenders as they guide you through the steps for making your own signature cocktail. The class is great for newbies – they’ll teach you all of the fundamentals, from tools of the trade to bartending techniques, and you’ll also get a chance to taste premium spirits and mixers. Must be 21+ (of course). It’s the 11th hour, but you can still grab tickets on Booze Époque’s site.
Boston Horror Show
2 – 10 p.m., Tickets start at $10
55 Davis Sq.
All Things Horror presents this jam-packed afternoon and evening of indie horror flicks. Catch screenings of “Spring,” “an astonishing genre-bender described as Richard Linklater meets H.P. Lovecraft,” the zany, satirical “Sins of Dracula” and the walking-corpse-laden thrills of “The Battery.” Get your tickets here.
SOS Talk #1
2 – 4 p.m., Free
10 Tyler St.
Somerville Open Studios won’t come around until May, but interested or on-the-fence artists can get a jump start on their planning this Sunday at Artisan’s Asylum. Area artists including Jim Baab and Gessica Silverman will be on hand to discuss their past Open Studios experiences and field questions from the audience. Find more info and RSVP on Facebook.