Mama mia.CHOW Village BelleWhat: Joey Campanaro (The Little Owl, Market Table) and his brother Louis whip up ravioli, risotto, and other Mediterranean dishes inspired by their South Philly grandma’s recipes.Why: Nestle into a red banquette for a stellar view of the river. When: Mon.-Sat., 6-11 p.m.Where: 757 S. Front St. (215-551-2200).DO GOODAdorn Boutique’s Fall Food DriveWhat: Drop off nonperishable grub before perusing the well-curated selection of silver feather rings, dream-catcher necklaces, and other bohemian-chic baubles. Why: Get 10 percent off your purchase when you donate five items.When: Thru Nov. 20. Wed.-Sat., noon-7 p.m.Where: 608 N. Second St. (215-238-0690).GUSSY UPArcadia RittenhouseWhat: Packed with dazzling dresses, jewelry, and cozy stockings from Hansel from Basel ($22-$45), the new Center City outpost serves as a sophisticated sister to the NoLib shop. Why: Hang tight — a second floor stocked with home goods, gifts, and accessories is coming soon. When: Tues. & Sun., noon-6 p.m.; Wed., Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Thurs., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.Where: 265 S. 20th St. (267-519-3634).GEEK OUTGadgets and Gizmos for TechiesWhat: Our definitive holiday gift guide to the latest and greatest, including a 3-D camcorder, remote-operated lantern, wooden watch, and retro iPhone dock.Why: Get your hands on hi-fi, lo-fi, and everything in between.When: Before you crash.Where: Online at dailycandy.com.PARTYPAFA After DarkWhat: Cocktails, a site-specific project by artist collective Space 1026, and scavenger hunt throughout the museum. Why: The West Philadelphia Orchestra’s unexpected soul-, folk-, and punk-inspired tunes add a rowdy element to the evening. When: Tonight, 6-9 p.m.Where: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building, 128 N. Broad St. (215-972-7600). Tickets ($10) online at pafa.givezooks.com.Photo: August Goulet / Courtesy of Village BelleUp to 55% off Felix ReyCure wardrobe boredom with a glam handbag from Felix Rey at up to 55% off. While you’re at it, prevent holiday blues by delving into Swirl’s first-ever gift sale.