EARLY ROCKERS: The rock 'n' roll music of the 1950s and '60s will be presented by the group Sh-Boom on Sunday at Curtis Peterson Auditorium at 3 p.m., and a second show at the CFCC Fine Arts Auditorium in Ocala on Monday at 7:30 p.m. The show is part of the CFCC Performing Arts Series. Sh-Boom combines four-part harmonies, choreography, props and costumes to make the magic of early rock "n' roll come alive. For ticket information, call 237-2111, ext. 416.
FLORIDA AUTHOR: David Kaufelt, author of American Tropic, Six Months With An Older Woman, Jade and The Fat Boy Murders, will speak at the Coastal Region Library in Crystal River Sunday at 2 p.m. The program is free. Kaufelt's appearance is the conclusion of the library's "Discover Florida Through the Works of Florida's Novelists" program. For information, call 795-3716.
PIANIST: Classical pianist Frederick Moyer performs at the Beverly Hills Recreation Association, 77 Civic Circle, Sunday at 3 p.m. Moyer plays a blend of traditional and contemporary classical music. Tickets are $5.50 and may be purchased at the clubhouse. For other locations, call 746-4882.
CELEBRATE INDIA: The cultural treasures of India will be highlighted in an exhibit coming to Central Florida Community College's Ocala campus. "The Art and Culture of India," a local and national exhibit on an emerging country, opens Saturday and runs through Nov. 30 at the Webber Center. Exhibits include musical instruments, artifacts, paintings and clothings, along with a small reproduction of a typical Indian household.
MUSICAL: Tickets are on sale for the Hernando Performing Arts Guild season opener on Nov. 22 with The Sounds of Harry James and the Andrews Sisters. All shows will be at Hernando High School, E Kelly Street and Howell Avenue, Brooksville. Other shows are The Barber of Seville on Jan. 17, the USF Jazz Ensemble on Feb. 14 and vocalist Lotarr Bergeest on March 17. Season tickets are $47.50, single performances are $15. Call (352) 799-5577 or 382-0106.