1 DADYS PLAY VICTOR: The "Tunes by the Tracks" concert series, usually housed in the Clifton Springs Library, goes on the road this week with a Thursday, March 29 concert at Victor Farmington Library featuring the Dady Brothers. The Irish-music duo played in Clifton Springs last month, but a major snowstorm kept a lot of listeners home — and Tim Niver, director of Victor Farmington Library, extended the invitation for a special Dadys show. The music goes from 7 to 9 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) at the library, 15 W. Main St. in Victor, with a "Mystery Pickers" open mic set following the Dadys. Admission: Free, though $10 donation suggested.

2 ANIMAL ART: A public preview of Going to the Dogs, an animal-themed art exhibit and silent auction, is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at Hope in Art Studio, 144 Mill St., Canandaigua. The event benefits the Canandaigua Canine Campus, the city's future dog park on Buffalo Street. Visitors can meet the artists and vote for the People's Choice Award: Best Artwork in Show. Also, visitors can learn more about a pet memorial rock garden at the park, painting classes at the studio and animal-themed rock painting classes. Raffles are planned, and light refreshments will be served. The exhibit runs through April 28. Details: canandaiguacaninecampus.com.

3 "REQUIEM" IN GENEVA: A 40-voice regional choir will perform “Requiem” by Gabriel Faure at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 30 at St. Peter's Church, 149 Genesee St., Geneva. Led by MaryAnn Hamilton, the choir will perform accompanied by a small instrumental ensemble. Soprano Wendra Trowbridge and baritone Nicholas Kilkenny will sing the solo sections. The music was written in 1887 after the death of Faure’s parents. “Requiem” uses selections from the liturgy that emphasize the idea of rest and peace. Admission is free; donations are accepted. Details: stpetersarts.org

4 SMALL-SCALE, BIG SHOW: Every year the Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) hosts a "6x6" exhibit at its East Avenue gallery in Rochester, with the public invited to submit 6x6-inch drawings, paintings and the like to be displayed anonymously and available for sale. The entries are due to RoCo by April 15, with no entry fees or rejections, for the exhibit June 2 thorugh July 15. This Saturday, March 31, Main Street Arts, at 22 W. Main St. in Clifton Springs, will host a free "6x6" Art Making Party from noon to 3 p.m., in which it will provide materials for people to make their entries for the RoCo show. Art Making Party details: 315-462-0210. RoCo 6x6 details: roco6x6.org.

5 LIVING LAST SUPPER: The First United Methodist Church, 100 N. Main St., Canandaigua, will present a Living Last Supper on Thursday, March 29 — Maundy Thursday in the Christian calendar. The Living Last Supper, from 7:30 to 9 p.m., will be a living dramatization of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous painting with 13 living characters. It is the representation of a dramatic moment depicting the effect of the single word “betray” upon the 12 men most closely associated with Jesus during his life and ministry. Nursery care will be provided. Admission: Free.