Still haven’t locked down your plans for the weekend? Here are some suggestions sure to fill the bill:

Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle | FACEBOOK

Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle | FACEBOOK

DO THE SHUFFLE
Chicago’s annual Shamrock Shuffle 8K race takes place April 3, with the start and finish lines in Grant Park. In conjunction, a fitness expo runs April 1-3 at McCormick Place. For information visit shamrockshuffle.com.

National Robotics Week at the MSI.

National Robotics Week at the MSI.

ALL ABOUT ‘BOTS
National Robotics Week arrives next week, and you can celebrate by viewing a collection of robots at the Museum of Science and Industry, April 2-10. The ’bots were created by area students and amateur teams. Details at msichicago.com.

THEY WANT YOU TO WANT THEM
Veteran Rockford rockers Cheap Trick headline an album release day concert for their latest studio effort “Bang, Zoom, Crazy… Hello” April 1 at Metro, 3730 N. Clark. $30. Show time is 8 p.m. Visit jamusa.com.

STRINGS ATTACHED
Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, aka 2CELLOS, headline concerts at 8 p.m. April 2, and 7:30 p.m. April 3 at the Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State. Tickets, $31.50-$51.50 are available at the theater box office or online at ticketmaster.com. The dynamic duo burst onto the music scene five years ago with their unique take on Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” and their Baroque spin on AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” shortly thereafter, and they’ve never looked back. They’re touring behind their third album, “Celloverse.”

"Miss Sharon Jones!" | Jacob Blickenstaff

“Miss Sharon Jones!” | Jacob Blickenstaff

WHAT’S UP IN DOCS

Ten documentaries make their Chicago premieres this weekend as part of a new festival. Called DOC10, the fest kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday with “Miss Sharon Jones!,” a profile of the Dap-Kings singer by Barbara Kopple (“Harlan County USA”), who will be present for a Q&A. The Chicago Media Project runs DOC10, and all screenings are at the Music Box Theatre. For more titles, see www.doc10.org.

PRANKSTER’S PARADISE

YouTube goofs Roman Atwood, Dennis Roady and Vitaly Zdorovetskiy take their stunts to a screen bigger than your phone’s with “Natural Born Pranksters,” a movie opening Friday at the AMC River East 21 and on demand. The trio is scheduled to show up for a Q&A at a special fan screening Saturday at the Athenaeum Theatre. Tickets: naturalbornpranksters.com.