MUSIC: Chicago Hot Six (and yeah, they are actually from Chicago) will be part of an evening of Dixieland music tonight at the Green Lantern Inn (1 E. Church St., Fairport, flowercityjazz.org) starting at 6:30 p.m.; cover is $12. How often do you get a chance to enjoy good Dixieland music anyways? And maybe, just maybe if you show them your best moves, they'll change the group to the Chicago Hot Seven.
LECTURE: Learn more about the life and friendships of one of Rochester's historic heroes at the Monday Lecture Series held in the carriage house of the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House (17 Madison St.). Today's lecture topic is "Susan B. Anthony's Dear Vermont Friend, Clarina Howard Nichols." Join the noon lecture with a catered lunch for $25, or the 2 p.m. lecture with an informal tea service for $15. For more information or to register, visit susanbanthonyhouse.org.
MUSIC: How about a little coffee-house music to start your week off right? Originally from Buffalo (but now based out of Maryland), acoustic meets electronic musician Joseph Mulhollen will be playing at Boulder Coffee (100 Alexander St., bouldercoffeeco.com) tonight at 7 p.m. for a free show. Andrea Dodge opens things up.
WORKSHOP: Keep up healthy eating habits through hibernation time: join the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County's "Cornucopia of Cooking" workshop, "Cruciferous Vegetables on Parade" tonight, 6-8 p.m., at 249 Highland Ave. The class costs $30, and registration is required. Call 461-1000 or visit mycce.org/monroe for more information.
MUSIC: Skip the football and grab some Monday-night music instead. But don't get your days mixed up: tonight (as in Monday) pop rockers This Saturday Giant (as in the name of the band) will be playing at the Bug Jar (219 Monroe Ave., bugjar.com). The music gets started at 8:30 p.m., entry runs $6-$8, and local groups PAXTOR, Cu-Cu, and Eyeway will be opening up the night.