Farm Truck Philly
What: Locavores flock to the mobile restaurant, where everything from the organic beet salad to the bread on the artichoke caprese sandwich comes from nearby.
Why: Art attached to the back makes for a roving gallery.
When: Hunger crops up.
Where: Follow @farm_truck on Twitter for hours and location and updates.
The Philadelphia Seder
What: The Gershman Y skips the Haggadah and serves a three-course meal with a side of entertainment from BalletX, storyteller Jos Duncan, and more; plus, you don’t have to be a member of the tribe to attend.
Why: Magician Ran’D Shine makes Passover dinners as dry as matzo disappear.
When: Sun. Cocktails, 5 p.m.; seder, 6-9 p.m.
Where: Park Hyatt Philadelphia at The Bellevue, 200 S. Broad St., at Walnut St. Tickets ($80) at seatadvisor.com.
What: Arm your tub with bath melts, vanilla milk lotion, and cane sugar body scrub ($7-$28) from the made-in-Malvern skin care line.
Why: Safe preservatives prolong shelf life (not that they’ll linger there for long).
When: Bath bombs fizzle.
Where: Available at etsy.com.
Great and Mighty Things
What: View the sprawling array of outsider art, a.k.a. works by talented individuals without formal training.
Why: There’s hope for your oil-splattered canvases.
When: Thru June 9.
Where: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. (215-763-8100).
Photo: Paul Overstrom / Courtesy of Farm Truck Philly