Your Week Ahead

Five things to do around Boston, Oct. 7-13

Feast at a food and wine festival, see how instant film got its start, watch brass bands as they spread an activist message, and more.

Catch husband and wife duo 123 Andrés performing kid-friendly Latin music at libraries around the city this week.
Catch husband and wife duo 123 Andrés performing kid-friendly Latin music at libraries around the city this week.DAVID RUGELES

Starting Monday

¡La música!

Treat the kids to a high-energy bilingual performance from the Latin Grammy award-winning husband and wife duo 123 Andrés (pronounced uno, dos, tres Andrés). The buoyant pair has performed catchy Latin American kid-friendly music for audiences across the world, from Puerto Rico to Panama. Two performances daily through Friday at 10 public libraries around the city. Free. 123andres.com


Chews and Cheers

Sample artisinal bites at the eighth annual Taste of WGBH Food and Wine Festival. The four-day fete at the media company’s Brighton studios is packed with culinary fun. Events include a Chef’s Gala where you can feast on dishes from 20 award-winning cooks, a “Food Fight” championship chef match, and a brunch spiked with hard cider and Celtic music. Tickets vary based on day and event. From $50. wgbh.org


Opening Friday

Instant Memories

Flash back to the glory days of the Polaroid one block from where instant film was first invented in Cambridge. The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology shares the story of the iconic camera through a collection of photographs, artifacts, and art. Through June 21 (closed February 24 to March 8) at the MIT Museum. $10, children under 18 and seniors $5. mitmuseum.mit.edu


Band Together

Pull up a lawn chair and watch dozens of brash marching and brass bands from as far away as Germany put on a show during the three-day HONK! Festival. Performances kick off on Friday evening with lantern parades in Davis Square. An activist parade down Massachusetts Avenue takes place on Sunday, followed by a demonstration to champion immigrants’ rights. Free. honkfest.org


Taboo Talk

Sex-advice columnist Dan Savage takes the stage at the Somerville Theatre for Savage Love Live! , where he’ll dispense his signature humorous wisdom and take audience questions from the stage. $35. 8 p.m. somervilletheatre.com


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