Friday Roundup: Climate Rally, a Craft Beer and Food Festival, and Learning to Make Scents

· If you’re feeling particularly earthy this month, plan your trip to D.C. for the star-studded, event-packed Climate Rally on the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. []

· The 13th annual TAP New York Craft Beer and Food Festival will take place at Hunter Mountain’s Base Lodge April 24 and 25, and the theme is BBQ. []

· Stone Barns Center will present The Carnivorous Kitchen: An Expert Panel Discussion & Meat Market this Sunday 2:00-3:30p.m; for five dollars, learn to make the best sustainable decisions when sourcing meat and fish for dinner. []

· Traif restaurant opens in Brooklyn this week with a stone-tiled back patio, bacon-wrapped blue cheese-stuffed dates, and local brews. []

· New York’s favorite outdoor market is back this Saturday with vendors peddling all things vintage, crafts, art, jewelry, and food—Red Hook Lobster Pound, oh yes—so make sure to swing by the Brooklyn Flea, which really officially welcomes Spring. []

· The “Newport Undressed” exhibit is now open at Rosecliff Mansion and showcases wardrobes with custom-made Parisian gowns of the Gilded Age of fashion. []

· If you missed the Go Green Expo in NYC, the event will be in Philadelphia April 16-18. []

· Beginning April 10, the Amtrak-accessible Longwood Gardens in the Brandywine Valley will be hosting Making Scents: The Art and Passion of Fragrance. [LongwoodGardens]

· For Milk Punch and French toast on a stick, visit newly opened Counting Room bar on Berry Street in Williamsburg. []