Turn that frown upside down.
City Provisions Farm Dinner
What: Ride a biodiesel bus to a working farm, tour the grounds, and indulge in a five-course dinner with beer pairings.
Why: The next bountiful trip heads to Nichols Farm & Orchard in Marengo.
When: May 15. Sat., 2 p.m.
Where: Bus leaves from 1820 W. Wilson Ave., b/t Wolcott & Ravenswood Aves. For tickets ($175), call 773-293-2489 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Hour Yoga
What: Fast-paced, pay-what-you-want class ($5-$15 suggested) leads you through all the right vinyasa moves.
Why: Post posing, follow the herd to Beachwood Inn for beer drinking.
When: Every Mon. & Fri., 6 p.m.
Where: Stop Smiling, 1371 N. Milwaukee Ave., b/t Wolcott & Ashland Aves.
Post 27 Backroom Sale
What: Storage space of West Loop shop has new and vintage home furnishings for $2-$300.
Why: Bar stools, Lucite dining chairs, and laminated fabric trays will pull your nest together.
When: Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 1819 W. Grand Ave., at Wood St. (312-829-6122).
What: Adults share their adolescent journal entries, letters, poems, home movies, and more as hilarity and awkwardness take the stage.
Why: The book, Mortified: Love Is a Battlefield, is an equally funny overshare.
When: Tonight, 8 p.m.
Where: Beat Kitchen, 2100 W. Belmont Ave., at Hoyne Ave. (773-281-4444). Tickets at the door ($15) or online ($12) at ticketweb.com.
Steve Krakow: the Secret History of Chicago Music
What: The artist/musician/historian displays his comics-like “info strips” of drawings and facts about local rockers.
Why: Learn about electro-gospel outfit Ono (and see them play live).
When: Sat.-May 30. Ono show, May 11, 7 p.m.
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave., at Mies van der Rohe Way (312-280-2660). Admission is free on Tues. (reg. $12).
Photo: Courtesy of City Provisions