Unless you’ve signed up for the Husky Hunt — the epic 24-​​hour scav­enger hunt through Boston that starts at 8 tonight and sends hun­dreds of stu­dents to every corner of the city and beyond — there’s a chance you’ve got some free time this weekend. And even if you’re com­pletely swamped with home­work or house­work, the switch to Day­light Sav­ings Time gives you one extra hour Sat­urday night, which would be a shame to waste.

Husky vs. Husky: Matthews Arena goes to the dogs tonight, when the women’s ice hockey team faces the UConn Huskies in a 7 p.m. matchup. The men’s team hosts Mer­ri­mack the fol­lowing night, with the game starting at 7 p.m. Sat­urday in Matthews.

Band Beanpot: Months before the annual Beanpot Tour­na­ment, North­eastern is hosting bands from hockey rivals BU, BC and Har­vard for a con­cert in Blackman Audi­to­rium. The con­cert, to be held Sunday at 3 p.m., will fea­ture musi­cian and com­poser Brad Ellis, the guy who is always playing the piano on Glee. Tickets are $5 for stu­dents and $15 for gen­eral admission.

Break­fast Club: No, we’re not talking about the Brat Pack or Sat­urday deten­tion. Instead, the Mis­sion Hill Break­fast Club is an hour-​​long cleanup of the neigh­bor­hood fol­lowed by a free break­fast, cour­tesy of the Off Campus Stu­dent Ser­vices office.

Two house­holds, no dia­logue: If you’re looking for cul­ture and have some extra cash to drop this weekend, con­sider checking out the Boston Ballet’s pro­duc­tion of “Romeo and Juliet,” which, since 1962, has trans­lated the time­less lines of William Shake­speare into dance. Per­for­mances started Thursday and run through next Sunday at the Opera House. Tickets start at $30.