Between the Steinbeck Festival at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, the Winemaker's Celebration at Custom House Plaza in Monterey and the California International Airshow Salinas, Monterey County is once again full-up with festivals this weekend. Friday The Steinbeck Festival, as you might expect, takes place at the National Steinbeck Center in Oldtown Salinas all day today. The schedule includes seven different talks, plus a medieval marketplace and showings of Star Wars, the first two hours of the Jane Seymour-starring East of Eden and Monty Python and the Holy Grail at Maya Cinemas. Download the full schedule from the National Steinbeck Center website. Parents and children under the age of two are invited to Baby's First Hike at Garland Ranch Regional Park in Carmel Valley. The hike is led by a new mom, who will teach parents how to use wraps and slings to carry a child while you hike. No strollers. 10am-noon, $6. Register at the MPRPD website (under Youth Adventures). Gates open at 4pm for the California International Airshow at the Salinas Airport. Performers include the Blue Angels, Golden Knights and many other stunt pilots, plus the dreaded Robosaurus! Fireworks start at 9:15pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and $15 for children at the door; pay $5 extra for grandstand seats. The Salinas First Fridays Art Walk runs from 5pm to 8pm. 53 venues will be open tonight offering art, live entertainment, and light refreshments. Head to the intersection of Main Street and Gabilan Street and look for the large silk flags marking the venues. Carmel Plaza's Jazz at the Plaza features music by Scott Brown, wine from Carmel Road, and food from Bistro Beaujolais. Jose's Underground continues to bring the interesting acts with Parisian rubber-clad electro-rockers Human Toys, and San Francisco's experimental rockers The Graves Brothers Deluxe, and bluesy punks Juanita and the Rabbit. 9pm, $5. LA shoegazers Lantvrn play Big Sur's Fernwood Resort with Ozzy-esque metal act Moab. 9pm. Saturday The Steinbeck Festival at the National Steinbeck Center includes six talks as well as a medieval marketplace and showings of Eragon and the second two hours of Jane Seymour's East of Eden. Download the full schedule from the National Steinbeck Center website. Gates open at 9am for the International Airshow Salinas. The flying starts at noon, and the Blue Angels take the field at 3pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and $15 for children at the door; grandstand seats are $30 for adults and $25 for kids. Take a wine-tasting tour without all that pesky traveling. Over 40 of Monterey County's wineries will pour at the Winemakers' Celebration at Custom House Plaza from noon to 3:30pm. The event includes food, educational displays and a performance by the Dennis Murphy Band. $45 in advance, $50 at the door; $5 extra gets you a souvenir Riedel wine glass. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s extended weekend summer hours continue tonight from 6pm to 8pm. Wander the galleries with a glass of wine in hand while listening to live jazz, or make a dinner reservation at the Portola Restaurant. Included in admission fee. If you like Gwar, you'll love Santa Cruz's A Band of Orcs, who sound about like what you'd imagine from the name. Other acts on the bill at Jose's on Wave Street include the Bay Area's low-fi White Zombie-esque Lucabrazzi, the slow screaming metal of Mnemonic Device and local garage-metal act Granted Earth. Don't wear something you don't want stained with fake blood. 9pm, $5. Sunday The Steinbeck Festival at the National Steinbeck Center includes a talk, five performances, a walking tour of Oldtown Salinas, as well as a medieval marketplace and a showing of the final third of Jane Seymour's East of Eden. Download the full schedule from the National Steinbeck Center website. Catch some death-defying flying feats at the California International Airshow Salinas. Gates open at 9am, the show begins at noon, and the Blue Angels take the field at 3pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for seniors and $15 for children at the door; grandstand seats are $30 for adults and $25 for kids. Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers bring stellar blues to the final week of Seaside's Sunday Blues in the Park. 1pm, free. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s extended weekend summer hours continue tonight from 6pm to 8pm. Wander the galleries with a glass of wine in hand while listening to live jazz. Included in admission fee. Still looking for something to do? Take a look at the Monterey County Weekly's calendar section for more info.