1 — FREE MOVIE At 7 p.m. today, Ottawa Library, 105 S. Hickory St., Ottawa, plans a free showing of the film “When Kings Reigned,” which follows a real-life account of Riverkings Abe Burns and Jake Washington “who made their way fishing and living on the Kaw River.” According to the library’s event page, “Jake was a slave from Missouri, Abe followed 20 years later…both spent time in and out of jail for fishing on the Kaw and at times, for bootlegging.” The film plays a part in local history, the library says. The showing is part of the adult reading program.

2 — ART & MUSIC Downtown Ottawa will be alive with sidewalk sales, art and music Saturday. The Ottawa Main Street Association’s first Arts and Music Festival is set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in Edward E. Haley Community Park, 201 S. Main St., Ottawa, according to an association flyer. The event features vendors of fine arts, a variety of music, face painting, a dance group and more, according to the association’s Facebook page.

3 — GOSPEL MUSIC Pilgrim Bible Church plans to present gospel music 7 p.m. Saturday at City Park, 515 S. Main St., Ottawa, with special performances by Exaltation and Reedeemed, according to a church flyer. The sixth annual Gospel Music at City Park event is free to the public, including free food and bounce houses, according to the flyer.