Some fun First State events to check out this weekend.

1. Lucas Bohn, a doctor of comedy, has the right blend of wit and nerve to put a smile on your face.

He’s shared the stage with big names like Dave Chapelle and Jimmy Fallon.

Known as the little guy who generates big laughs, Lucas has placed as a runner-up in the Magners Comedy Festival and was awarded Best of the Fest at the Detroit Comedy Festival.

In addition to performing on stage, Lucas does voice-overs and has been featured on PBS and CBS.

The doctor of comedy will hand out a prescription full of laughs at the Milton Theatre, 110 Union St., Milton at 8 p.m., Friday. COST $10-$15. INFO or 684-3038.

2. All families should band together. But Honalee took that advice literally.

Based in New York, A Band Called Honalee is a folk outfit with a roster of eight vocalists who are all members of the Honalee family.

Their names are Eli Zoller, Sarah Randall Hunt, Chris Ware, Matt Duré, Hanley Smith, Joe Young, Suzanne Lenz and Sam Sherwood.

Each member maintains an active solo career, in addition to frequently appearing with A Band Called Honalee around the country.

Honalee will gig at The Grand, 818 N. Market St., Wilmington at 8 p.m., Saturday. COST $27. INFO or (800) 37-GRAND.

3. Crimson-haired music artist Trini Limi is next on deck to play the Old State House Concert series.

The Kenton resident, who also fronts the rock band Key of Red, offers a diversity of songs from rock ‘n’ roll, through blues rock, neo folk, new age and all the way down to symphonic rock.

The concert series is presented by First State Heritage Park and Delaware Friends of Folk.

Trini will hit the stage at the Old State House, 25 The Green, Dover at 7:30 p.m., Friday. COST Free. INFO or 827-FOLK.