Under the stars and into your belly.
Queens Farm BBQ and Campout
What: Brooklyn Brewery, Dickson’s Farmstand Meats, and The Cleaver Co. head east for an overnight culinary cookout, complete with veggies grown on the grounds.
Why: Roast s’mores, do a little jig, then retire in the apple orchard (be sure to BYO tent).
When: Sat., 6 p.m.-Sun., 10 a.m.
Where: Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Queens. Tickets ($75) at queensfarmbbq.eventbrite.com.
EM Productions Sample Sale
What: Indie lines converge when Ace & Jig, Iro, Something Else, Wren, Society for Rational Dress, Factory by Erik Hart, By Zoe, and Seneca Rising meet on the racks.
Why: Prices start at $10 and top out at $350.
When: Today & Fri., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 636 Broadway, at Bleecker St., ste. 720 (212-228-2428). Cash only.
Nmrkt x Playdate Pop-Up Shop
What: Openhouse Gallery hosts goods from Kaelen NYC, The Lake & Stars, Samantha Pleet, Mary Meyer, and more — all marked up to 50 percent off.
Why: Invest in one of the Playdate bicycles and ride it to the bike-in movie (Sat., 8 p.m.).
When: Today, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 379 Broome St., at Mulberry St.
Les Salonnieres Country Blues Potluck Under the Stars
What: Whip up one of your mama’s recipes (or Hill Country Chicken’s pimiento cheese) and head to a Williamsburg residence for a down-home wine tasting, courtesy of Maison Premiere’s Brian Quinn.
Why: Grab your partner and do-si-do to the guitar stylings of Reese Van Riper.
When: Sun., 7 p.m.-1 a.m.
Where: Location given upon purchase. Tickets ($10) at eventbee.com.
What: We’re giving away 100 pairs of the clothing titan’s new gStride shorts, complete with built-in underwear and moisture-repellent fabric.
Why: Consider it an added incentive to your summer workout regimen.
When: Today, noon.
Where: Follow @candynewyork on Twitter for a chance to win.
The Brave Collection
What: Simple woven cord and metal bracelets ($38-$195) from NYC-based activist Jessica Hendricks raise awareness and funds for antitrafficking foundations.
Why: All are made by fair trade Cambodian artisans; 10 percent of gross proceeds benefits The Somaly Mam Foundation and Made by Survivors (among others).
When: Now would be good.
Where: Available at thebravecollection.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Queens County Farm Museum