Here are some fun First State events to dive into this weekend.

1. Party band Mike Hines and The Look will get folks groovin’ during Kent County Public Library’s celebration of their new mobile library.

The Look is known for serving generous amounts R&B, hip-hop, pop and funk, along with a dab of disco and Motown.

One of the things people enjoy most about their performance is when the DJ stops playing, frontman Mike Hines keeps the party going and the band doesn’t miss a beat. The crew has received numerous awards and honors over the years and has developed a following from several generations.

Mike Hines and The Look will get down at Kent County Public Library, 497 S. Red Haven Lane, Dover from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday. COST Free. INFO Visit Kent County Public Library on Facebook or 744-1919.

2. Ben Kongan Band is a quartet with a reputation for delivering original, thoughtful tunes.

The band pours bluegrass, country, indie-folk and rock ‘n’ roll into a blender and creates an audio smoothie that’s rich in taste and low in calories.

The Ben Kogan Band will play Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, 320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach at 10 p.m., Saturday. COST Free. INFO dogfish.com or 226-BREW.

3. Serafin String Quartet is made up of technicians of classical music.

Their next concert will feature Mendelssohn String Quartet in a minor Op.13 and Schumann String Quartet in A Major Op.41, No.3.

Serafin is a Quartet in Residence at the University of Delaware and takes its name from master violin maker Sanctus Serafin, who in 1728 crafted the violin played by violinist Kate Ransom.

The other members play Testore instruments from the same era, through generous support from William Stegeman.

Serafin’s latest project was the acclaimed “Naxos,” featuring world-premier recordings of early chamber works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon.

The quartet will grace the stage at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1108 N. Adams St., Wilmington at 4 p.m., Sunday. COST Free, donations appreciated; INFO serafinensemble.org or 652-8605.