Go outside and play.
Richard Ryan Silk-Screen Prints
What: The Swedish artist’s limited-edition works (£400-£1,200) depict local landmarks like Savile Row and Victoria Station.
Why: You’re proud to be a Londoner.
When: You need to remind yourself that you’re proud to be a Londoner.
Where: Online at artnowfactory.se.
What: The after-hours party for adults includes a silent disco, drinks at the Penguin Beach Bar or Pimms tent, creature talks and sightings, and Eat St. food trucks.
Why: You’re a party animal.
When: To 29 July. Fri., 6-10 p.m.
Where: London Zoo, Regent’s Park, NW1 4RY. Tickets (£18-£33) online at zsl.org.
What: Spend the day picking fruit, baking, juicing and making jam; break for a harvest-heavy, three-course meal.
Why: A five-a-day slam dunk.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Manor House Farm, Betsham, Kent, DA13 9LZ. Tickets (£45) online at cookeryschool.com.
What: Preservative-free treats (£15 per dozen) from American-born, London-based Zena Martin are baked to order in her Primrose Hill kitchen.
Why: Classic chocolate chip, ginger and toffee, as well as low-fat oatmeal raisin and gluten-free almond.
When: You want a sweet deal.
Where: Online at cookieluscious.com.
Menoo Eclectic Foods
What: New Mediterranean deli sells freshly made sandwiches, fine wines, organic breads, artisan jams, cheese, olive oil, handmade Greek pies, cured meats from Spain and more.
Why: Delivery, catering and picnic baskets are available.
When: Daily, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 25 Kensington Church St., W8 4LL (020 7937 2867).
Illustration: Richard Ryan