This one’s got nice legs and a fruity bouquet.
Your Own Fruit
What: Head to Belkin Family Lookout Farm and pick your own peaches, plums, nectarines, and apples at an early-bird rate of $5 per day.
Why: You can pick your friends. But can you pick your friends’ fruit?
When: Daily (except Fri.), 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 89 Pleasant St., South Natick (508-653-0653).
ArtsUnion Summer Festival
What: This weekend starts with an ecofriendly craft fair in Union Square then slides into late-night mode with a 1970s dance party called Project MUM under the McGrath Highway.
Why: Make it a summer of love.
When: Sat. Craft fair, 3-7 p.m.; dance party, 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Where: Intersection of Washington & Prospect Sts. & Somerville Ave., Union Square, Somerville.
What: Bring your gently worn jeans to Barneys New York and get 20 percent off a new pair by designers like J Brand and A.P.C.
Why: Your old pair gets donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters.
When: Thru. Sun.
Where: Barneys New York, Copley Place, 100 Huntington Ave., Back Bay (617-385-3300).
South End Sidewalk Sale
What: A few of our favorite spots hook up for two days of sidewalk deals. Lekker, Turtle, Sara Campbell, Sooki, and Voila offer goods for up to 75 percent off.
Why: Looks like Christmas came early.
When: Sat. & Sun.
Where: Throughout the South End.
What: Drinkboston.com and LUPEC Boston join forces for a night with the green goblin.
Why: These girls are united for a good cause (but boys are welcome, too).
When: Sun., 7 p.m.
Where: Green Street, 280 Green St., Central Square, Cambridge (617-876-1655).