It’s in the bag, baby. SHOP Ferdinand’s Supply Co. What: Strap on the line of vegetable-tanned leather totes and accessories made in Ballard. Why: The For Your Prosperity Grocery Bag is made from a single piece of hide, so it can withstand those soup cans and pumpkins. When: Mon.-Wed., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thurs.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m. Where: Velouria, 2205 NW Market St. (206-788-0330).CLICKThe DownloadWhat: More apps, music, art, and books than you can shake a tail feather at.Why: Hollywood costumes, a behind-the-scenes look at Chanel, and true-scale paper bird sculptures.When: You want time to fly.Where: At dailycandy.com. ROAD TRIP Crush in Chelan What: Experience harvest season in Lake Chelan Wine Valley — stomp grapes, taste freshly pressed juice, and get the inside scoop on what it’ll taste like later. Why: Harvest parties, winemaker dinners among the vines, and plenty of vino to sample. When: Sat. & Sun. Where: Throughout Chelan. For details and a map, go to lakechelanwinevalley.com. RECHARGE Sunday Brunch What: The bier hall at Von Trapp’s is where it’s at — during football season, all the NFL games will be on fourteen screens, and 24 brewskis will be on tap. Why: Soak it all up with a Wild Huckleberry Kaiserschmarrn, a traditional Austrian pancake scrambled with huckleberry, whipped vanilla butter, and maple syrup. When: Sun., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: 912 12th Ave. (206-325-5409). LEARN Mixology 101 What: Erin Nestor launches a series of cocktail classes for the at-home bartender, dispensing the basic knowledge necessary to stock your shelf, shake a cocktail, use bar tools, garnish drinks, and more. Why: This week’s class, An Introduction to Whiskey, comes with baskets of free black truffle popcorn, a few tastes of this and that, and prizes for those who can answer pop questions at the end of the session. When: Sat., 4 p.m. Where: Tommy Gun, 1703 E. Olive Way (206-323-4866). To register (reservation required), email email@example.com. EAT Barnacle What: The latest venture from Renee Erickson is a cozy aperitivo bar next door to The Walrus and the Carpenter, serving uncooked small plates like anchovies, herring, and sardines that are pickled, smoked, or preserved. Why: Charming blue and white Moroccan tile, a copper bar, and shelves stocked with plenty of wine, olive oil, amaro, and prosecco. When: Daily, 3-10 p.m. Where: 4743 Ballard Ave. NW (206-706-3379). Photo: Courtesy of Ferdinand’s Supply Co.