It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world.WATCHMad Men Sundays Premiere PartyWhat: Bouffant the bangs and show off the mod for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce’s forever-awaited debut, airing on a large projection screen for free.Why: Liver-testing cocktails like the Madison Avenue (Bombay, sloe gin, and lemon juice) and prizes for best dressed (hint: Think beyond Joan).When: Sun. Party, 9 p.m.; show, 10 p.m.Where: Noir, 1 Bennett St., Harvard Square (617-661-8010).SHAREYour Favorite Hair ProductWhat: We told you our summer picks — now tell us yours. Post it on our Facebook page. Why: One random poster will receive a package of stellar hair care products.When: You’re procrastinating at work.Where: Online at facebook.com.GIVEBenefit the Gulf ProjectWhat: B&G Oysters lets patrons donate any amount to the Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund via their meal checks; the seafood bar will match the total up to $5,000. Why: Help those who help you enjoy your crustaceans. When: Thru Aug. 31. Mon., 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Tues.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sat., noon-11 p.m.; Sun., noon-10 p.m.Where: 550 Tremont St., South End (617-423-0550).SHOPChristmas in JulyWhat: Give in to the off-season crazy and snatch up European ornaments, holiday candles, and Mariposa home decor at 10-75 percent off — a mere 150 days ahead of schedule. Why: Cupcakes and wine (Thurs., 5-7 p.m.), holiday music, coupons to save for holiday use, and a drawing for a stocking stuffer gift basket. When: Thurs., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri., 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.Where: Blackstone’s of Beacon Hill, 46 Charles St. (617-227-4646); Flat of the Hill, 60 Charles St., Beacon Hill (617-619-9977).EATTotally Local 2010What: Chef Tim Wiechmann devises a six-course, soup-to-nuts, 100-mile feast ($65) with Vermont chicken, Duxbury wild striped bass, and wild berry clafoutis with maple sugar sauce.Why: All-veg alternative includes R.I. cornmeal polenta with locally foraged mushrooms.When: Tonight, 5-10 p.m.Where: T.W. Food, 377 Walden St., Cambridge (617-864-4745). Call for reservations.ROWIntroduction to KayakingWhat: Put the boat shoes to legit use during a two-class voyage ($154) through proper paddling techniques, conducted on the Charles.Why: Price includes three weeks of unlimited, on-river practice time. When: Sun. & Aug. 1, 8:30-11:30 a.m.Where: Charles River Canoe & Kayak, 2401 Commonwealth Ave., Newton. Register online at bcae.org.Photo: Courtesy of AMCUp to 85% off Josh BrodyJosh Brody has a keen eye for detail, a classic grasp of draping, and a penchant for brilliant color and prints. His deceptively simple dresses are up to 85% off today on Swirl.