• Skip yet another Jennifer Aniston flick and go see a movie that matters at the 19th Annual Environmental Film Festival, featuring 150 screenings across 60 D.C. venues from March 15-27. [DCEnvironmentalFilmFest.org]
  • Sunday, March 20, is Macaron Day, so prance over to one of these 16 sweet spots for a free macaron; a portion of any purchase will go to City Harvest. [MacaronDayNYC.com]
  • Bring the kids to a free green party for St. Patty’s Day at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum tonight at 5pm. [Brooklynkids.org]
  • On Sunday, enjoy an Irish-American history lesson during a walking tour of the Brooklyn Navy Yard with Urban Oyster. [UrbanOyster.com]
  • Don’t let the Hampton Restaurant Week and Hudson Valley Restaurant Week pass you by. [oM]
  • Prepare for your spring garden party or park picnic with a cooking class on making gnocchi and pairing it with sauces and wine. [BrooklynKitchen.com]
  • Enjoy an authentic St. Patty’s day celebration on McLean Avenue in Yonkers. [oM]
  • Tickets go on sale this Sunday, March 20, for Outstanding in the Field’s farm-to-table dinners in 2011; check the calendar for the Northeast events, August 11–30 and September 24–October 16. [OutstandingintheField.com]
  • Help aid Japan’s Tsunami victims by dining out in NYC at these venues this weekend. [Gothamist]

Photo from Backwood Philosopher: © Nordisk Film


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