These three events this weekend have your name on them.

Models will rock fanciful hairdos sure to turn other heads at the Biggs Museum of American Art in the return of Hair Affair on Sunday.

Hair Affair is intended to showcase whimsical and artful hair designs via a runway show and competition of Delaware salons. The hair sculptures, displayed on live models, will take center stage in a contest in the museum's galleries.

The event will feature three judges who'll vote during a runway show of three categories: Fantasy Couture, Updo and Children. The winning hair salon will earn the title of the state's most innovative and fashion-forward designs.

Featured salons will include Michaelangelo's Hair Designs, Okemah's Cut Above, Rene Delyn Designs, Rori & Company Salon & Spa, Salon Pasca, and Bonnie's Beauty Solutions.

Get your tickets in advance, since Hair Affair will likely sell out.

A classic play with family values
WHAT 'All My Sons,' the play
WHEN 8 p.m. Friday; 8 p.m. Saturday. Show dates run through April 27.
WHERE Patchwork Playhouse, 140 E. Roosevelt Ave., Dover
COST $18 for adults; $16 for senior citizen, active military and full-time student
INFO or 674-3568

The Kent County Theatre Guild will end its 59th season with a bang with the Tony Award-winning drama "All My Sons," which opens tonight at the Patchwork Playhouse. Show dates run through April 27.

Set in the aftermath of World War II in suburban America, "All My Sons" explores one family's pursuit of the American dream while overcoming the grief of a lost son and brother, as well as the guilt over events that occurred during the war.

"All My Sons" was written by playwright Arthur Miller in 1947. The play has since emerged as a classic, earning several accolades including Tony Awards for both best author and best direction of a play.

Three bands light up the Green Stinger
WHAT Dynamic Duo, Parental Guidance and Insane Courage in concert
WHEN 1:30 p.m., Sunday
WHERE The Green Stinger Sports Bar and Grill, 492 Walnut Shade Road, Dover
INFO Find The Green Stringer on Facebook or call 698-3300

The youthful bands Dynamic Duo, Parental Guidance and Insane Courage will shake up the stage at The Green Stringer Sports Bar and Grill on Sunday.

Of the budding bands, be sure to pay close attention to Parental Guidance, a trio based in Sussex County, which won a battle of the bands competition at Cape Henlopen High School and Rehoboth Has Talent, all in 2012.

The young band — comprised of 15-year-old vocalist Zoe Collins, 15-year-old guitarist Garrett LaCurts and 12-year-old Justin Fisher — is a lively bunch and it mostly performs classic rock and some contemporary tunes. Some of their favorite bands include Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, White Stripes and The Who. Parental Guidance also performs originals.