Friday Roundup: Outdoor Shakespeare and Film Festivals, Cary Grant, a Farmacy and More

· Make your way to newly opened Brooklyn Farmacy in Carroll Gardens and celebrate what’s in season by ordering a Strawberry Sundae, Strawberry Special, or Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. []

· The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival at historic Boscobel Mansion has begun with performances of Troilus and Cressida and Taming of the Shrew. []

· If Eco, Luxury, Volunteering are all keywords that heighten your travel experience—and if you also like free Chipotle and Brooklyn Brewery beers—mark your calendar for the ecotourism film festival event, “Global Sustainability: Central America to Maine,” at Eastern Mountain Sports SoHo on Sunday, July 22. []

· Bamcinematek’s Cary Grant film series starts this weekend with the Thirty Day Princess, Charade, and North by Northwest. [BAMcinématek]

· Those looking to purchase contemporary pottery or learn the art of crafting clay should head to the Old Can Factory in Brooklyn for the free Meet Your Maker and Your Potter event this Sunday. []

· Grill, hula hoop, drink lemonade, and dance about in support of the Adopt-A-Farmbox initiative bringing farm and health education to four local schools this fall. [Potluck BBQthon]

· Sport your Spain or Netherlands (or USA!) jersey, and enjoy the hat tricks and vuvuzeling at the final World Cup game at 2:30pm on Sunday; pick from one of these fun six places in Brooklyn, Queens or Hoboken. [oM]

· Walk through the home of Alice Austen, a female pioneer of photography, at the opening reception of the Alice Austen House Museum this Sunday in Staten Island; it’s worth the trip on the free ferry. []