Nutmeggers can see "Dancing With the Stars" live or solve a murder mystery in a hotel this weekend. Here are 25+ things to do this weekend in Connecticut: Guests at The Academy of Martial Arts & Personal Development can learn skills from the \u201cAmerican Ninja Warrior\u201d television show and "Star Wars" on Friday and Saturday. More information about Jedi Training here. Saybrook Point Resort & Marina is inviting guests to solve a murder mystery, with an 80's theme, all weekend.\u00a0 More information about Murder Mystery Weekend here. Mohegan Sun will be hosting a live version of the popular television show, featuring dancers like Charli D'Amelio, Sasha Farber, Brandon Armstrong and Emma Slater on Friday. More information about the "Dancing With the Stars" live show here. The MOMIX show at the Warner Theatre on Saturday features\u00a0"muscularly sculpted" dancers, props and lighting. More information on MOMIX here. Guests can find rare posters, postcards and stamps at this antique show at the XL Center on Saturday. More information about Papermania Plus here.\u00a0 "Fedora," which is an opera show where a princess falls in love with her fianc\u00e9\u2019s murderer, will be playing at the Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University on Saturday. More information about "Fedora" here. The Fire & Ice Family Fest invites guests to enjoy ice sculptures, fire pits and storytelling at the Litchfield Community Center on Saturday.\u00a0 More information about the Fire & Ice Family Fest here.\u00a0 Park City Music Hall will be playing Bad Bunny music all night on Saturday. More information on Noche de Verano Sin Ti \/ Bad Bunny Night here. Guitarist Albert Lee, known for his work on Chris Farlowe\u2019s Thunderbirds, will be performing at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center on Saturday. More information on Albert Lee here. Lyman Orchards Apple Barrel Farm Market is inviting guests to go on 30-minute walks with its goats on Sunday. More information on Winter Goat Strolls here. The first 2,500 kids to attend the game at the XL Center on Saturday will be given a free Bridgeport Islanders blue youth jersey.\u00a0 More information about the Hartford Wolf Pack vs Providence Bruins here. Guests of all ages can enjoy this improv performance at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater on Friday. More information about the Sea Tea Improv Family Show here. Alex Shillo will be paying tribute to the work of The Boss, as well as performing original music, at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center on Friday. More information about Alex Shillo here. Bowzer\u2019s Rock \u2018N\u2019 Doo-Pop Party brings renditions of classics like "The Lion Sleeps Tonight\u201d and \u201cCould This Be Magic\u201d to Mohegan Sun on Sunday.\u00a0 More information on Bowzer\u2019s Rock \u2018N\u2019 Doo-Wop Party Volume XXI here. Comedian Jesus Trejo, known for his Showtime special, will be performing at the Hartford Funny Bone on Friday and Saturday.\u00a0 More information about Jesus Trejo here. Filmmaker and creative artist Junauda Petrus will be giving a keynote address on King's work at the Westport Country Playhouse on Jan. 15, according to its website. Students from Regional Center for the Arts will also be giving a dance performance.\u00a0 Yale Peabody Museum will be hosting its 27th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.\u2019s Legacy of Social & Environmental Justice event on Jan. 15, according to its website. Joy Donaldson, Waltrina Kirkland and Clifton Graves will be speaking about the impact of King's work. There will be an interactive performance of African dance and drumming.\u00a0 The museum will also be hosting an MLK-themed poetry slam on Jan. 16. A mini holiday-themed village filled with trains will be on display at the Wilton Historical Society until Jan. 16. More information about the Great Trains Holiday Show here. Olde Mistick Village will be aglow with holiday lights until Jan. 31. More information about the Holiday Lights Spectacular here. Connecticut's ski areas have opened up for the season, giving guests a chance to shred some snow.\u00a0 Here is where you can ski or snowboard this season. Drag queens will be impersonating celebrities like Nicki Minaj, Whitney Houston and Britney Spears all weekend at the 168 York Street Cafe. More information about the Diva Royale Drag Queen Show here. Lyman Orchards' Dazzling Liffe Lantern Festival is a half-mile lantern pathway with hand-crafted nature-themed figures. It will run this year through Feb. 16, according to its website. More information about the Dazzling L.I.F.F.E.\u00a0Lantern Festival here. The state is filled with farms and sanctuaries where visitors can interact with llamas and alpacas.\u00a0 More information about where to find llamas and alpacas here. Children can dance to various genres of music at the JoySpace Movement Lab on Saturday. More information about the Kindermusik Music and Movement Classes For Kids here. Connecticut is covered with outdoor skate parks, some of which are inside the state's parks and beaches. More information about the skate parks in the state here. \u00a0 The Nutmeg State has many kid-friendly activities, including those at amusement parks, nature centers and libraries. Check out our guide on family-friendly activities throughout the state. Guests can take tours of Mystic Seaport Museum\u2019s Preservation Shipyard and get to see skilled shipwrights through Feb. 24.\u00a0 More information about Friday Afternoon Shipyard Tours here.\u00a0 Many parks and trails across the state are open, giving Nutmeggers over 2,000 miles to explore. Check out our guide to the state's picturesque landscapes here.