Friday Roundup: Massachusetts Goes Green, An Egg Drop, French Films at BAM

· Where else would you find an egg drop for adults with beer, a bonfire, prizes, and materials to make an “egg ship” than Williamsburg? [Facebook]

· The Massachusetts Tourism Board has launched MA Green, a new website dedicated to tourists, businesses, and natives interested in an eco-friendly getaway, from the green certified hotels to how to get around without a car. [MassVacation]

· Element Hotels are offering guests a free night during Earth Day Weekend when they bring in 10 plastic bottles to recycle. [HotelsMag]

· A 21-film retrospective—including La Grande Illusion and La Marseillaise—of director Jean Renoir is now showing at BAMcinématek. [BAM]

· A peak into the future of sustainable transportation. [PlanetGreen]

· New York City is taking over Governors Island, where 275,000 people ferried to last summer. [NYT]

· Speaking of Governors Island, mark your summer calendars (and get tickets sooner than later) for the 4th Annual Brewfest on June 19—use code THRILL10 for $20 off. [Thrillist]

· On April 27, slurp oysters, drink Brooklyn Beer, and nibble on Saltie‘s sweets at the Evening of Dinner & Lectures about NYC’s Food at the Brooklyn Kitchen; ticket proceeds go to the City Reliquary museum. [BrooklynBased]