Farmer’s markets are a trendy topic these days, especially now that President Obama wants one at the White House. If you’re feeling inspired, head to a fundraiser in Brooklyn on Saturday to drink wine, enjoy live music, play a few games, eat some sustainable snacks, and support the local farmers. [BKFY]
Wanting Fashion’s Night Out to be “a very inclusive event,” Vogue’s Anna Wintour will be signing T-Shirts on September 10 in Queens and Brooklyn. [NYMag]
Experience Dumbo doing what it does best: bringing artists, designers, and DJ’s together for a loft party. Food, drinks, purchasable installations, and complimentary spa services are available at this free pop-up shop. [Going]
The folks who brought you Brewed in Brooklyn want to take you behind the scenes for a rare tour of the historic Navy Yard. [UrbanOyster]
Grab the family, pick up some picnic goods (Long Island City’s Hunter’s Point Farmer’s Market is not too far) then head to Socrates Sculpture Park to watch Romeo & Juliet for free. [SSP]
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The co-founder and editor-at-large at offMetro, Lauren is a sustainable travel specialist and freelance journalist with frequent bylines in National Geographic, Bicycling Magazine and Shape. Follow Lauren’s adventures at @laurenmati.