Muncha, muncha, muncha.
Artisan Producer Festival
What: Meet and taste the gourmet finery of fourteen cheese makers (Midwest faves are Prairie Fruits Farm and Zingerman’s Creamery) and other indie purveyors (Ames Honey, Sweet Margy confections). Beer and wine, too.
Why: Good things come in small batches.
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Chicago French Market, Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine, 131 N. Clinton St., b/t Washington Blvd. & Randolph St. (312-454-2200). Admission is free.
What: Post 27 owner Angela Finney-Hoffman partners with design tastemakers and Design Bureau magazine to divvy up her store into themed tableaux celebrating furniture, fashion, and art.
Why: The eye candy that is the bedroom with a graphic wall installation by Pitch Design Union.
When: Thru May 9. Tues.-Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 1819 W. Grand Ave., at Wood St. (312-829-6122). Admission is free.
Duchamp Mother’s Day Brunch
What: Forgetfulness doesn’t run in the family. Prove it by booking Mom a table now for the resto’s three-course feast ($29).
Why: The memorable menu includes granola, cucumber gazpacho, and bacon and cheese frittatas.
When: May 8, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: 2118 N. Damen Ave., at Charleston St. (773-235-6434).
The Hit Back
What: Chicago band slaps around electro-folk melodies from their just-released debut album ($12), Who Are These Weird Old Kids.
Why: Catch them live at Saki on May 14.
When: Get the album online now at thehitback.com.
Where: 3716 W. Fullerton Ave., b/t Lawndale & Ridgeway Aves. (773-486-3997).
What: InFusion Theatre Company stages a mash-up of martial arts, hip-hop, and 1970s kung fu and blaxploitation films.
Why: It has a black belt in fun.
When: Thru June 5. Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 3 p.m.
Where: Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., at Racine Ave. Tickets ($25) at 773-975-8150 or online at theaterwit.org.
Photo: Lauren Pett / Courtesy of Rich Chocolates