Sports: Tonight, the women’s vol­ley­ball team faces off against Delaware in a rematch of last year’s heart­breaking CAA final, where the Huskies fell in a painful 3–2 defeat. The game tips off at 7 p.m. at Solomon Court.

Col­lege­Fest: This weekend, the Hynes Con­ven­tion Center on Boyl­ston Street will turn into a col­lege student’s par­adise, with music, exhibits and tons of free stuff during the 25th annual Col­lege­Fest. The event starts at noon on Sat­urday and Sunday. Tickets are $10 and can be pur­chased in advance online.

Marine sci­ence: Explore tide pools, get up close and per­sonal with sea crea­tures and tour labs, a solar obser­va­tory, and a World War II bunker at Northeastern’s Marine Sci­ence Center in Nahant, which is hosting its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is free and a stu­dent shuttle will run from the Won­der­land stop on the Blue Line.

Strides Against Breast Cancer: Take a five-​​mile walk along the Charles River Esplanade on Sunday morning with the North­eastern Res­i­dent Stu­dent Asso­ci­a­tion and the National Res­i­dence Hall Hon­orary at North­eastern, which is working to raise $1,000 for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk, which starts at 8 a.m. Advance reg­is­tra­tion is suggested.

40 years of women’s health: Marking the 40th anniver­sary of the orig­inal “Our Bodies, Our­selves” book, North­eastern is hosting a free public sym­po­sium on women’s health and human rights. This event will bring together women from 11 coun­tries — Armenia, Bul­garia, India, Israel, Japan, Nepal, Nigeria, Senegal, Serbia, Tan­zania and Turkey, plus Puerto Rico — who will share their extra­or­di­nary jour­neys trans­forming the book for their own coun­tries. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in West Vil­lage F; it will also be streamed live over the Internet.

Vam­pires beware: If you’re looking to get out of Boston on a mini-​​road trip this weekend, con­sider heading to the North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Fes­tival this Sat­urday and Sunday at Forsters Farm in Orange. This annual event, which draws about 10,000 people, focuses on local art, sus­tain­able agri­cul­ture, renew­able energy and — of course — garlic.