Get it while it’s hot.
Trove General Store Pop-Up Shop
What: The Paoli boutique drops by Three Potato Four with gems from heritage brands (Levi’s, Pendleton, Woolrich) for guys and girls ($30-$200).
Why: You’re also a sucker for the quirky vintage furniture, signage, and bric-a-brac ($5-$500) for which the Manayunk spot is known.
When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 376 Shurs Ln., bldg. a, Manayunk (267-335-3633).
What: Grab a seat on the patio and tuck into brunch (eggs cochon de lait, shrimp and grits, cheese steak with braised short ribs) and $10 bottomless mimosas, while Biscuit laps up filtered Natura water.
Why: Chef Guillermo Tellez’s menu of canine-friendly bites like vegetable terrine and beef stew (his Chihuahua, Milee, heartily approves).
When: Ongoing. Sat., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Square 1682, 121 S. 17th St. Reservations (recommended) to 215-563-5008.
Cocktails in the Courtyard: a Gin & Tonic Party
What: Snack on sweets from the Call Me Cupcake truck, sip boozy drinks, and listen to swingy, retro tunes by the Gin Canaries.
Why: Bites from Opa eliminate the likelihood of tipsy, empty-belly escapades.
When: Tonight, 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: Philadelphia History Museum, 15 S. Seventh St., enter at Ranstead St. (215-685-4830). Tickets ($35) online at philadelphiahistory.org.
My Soul’s Been Psychedelicized
What: Electric Factory founder Larry Magid regales the audience with tales of bands that’ve graced the stage of the famed concert venue.
Why: He’s seen everything from ’60s folk icons to the gods of grunge.
When: Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St. (215-686-5322). Info at 215-567-4341. Admission is free.
Photo: Courtesy of Three Potato Four