1. Small Farm Summit
Here's a chance for you to return to your "roots" at the Small Farm Summit, where the focus is on local agriculture and food production through lessons, workshops and demonstrations. Keynote speakers include Will Allen sharing information about "Growing Power," a hands-on training program for inner-city food programs, along with chef and author Ann Cooper who illustrates the link between food, family, farming and children's health and wellness. Along with the speakers, you'll find educational workshops on how to farm, organic gardening, beekeeping, raising chickens, how to market and distribute your goods, medicinal plants, agricultural pests and much more.
INFO 516-626-0908, smallfarmsummit.com
Before her TV career as Carol Brady on ABC's, "The Brady Bunch," the actress graced the Broadway and Lincoln Center stages in such productions as "Oklahoma!" "South Pacific," "The Sound of Music" and "Annie Get Your Gun." Catch her as she comes to Tilles Center as part of the "Cabaret at Club T" series performing an autobiographical, one-woman show, "America's Favorite TV Mom," featuring anecdotes from her career and songs from her starring stage roles.
INFO 516-299-3100, tillescenter.org
3. Spyro Gyra
Spyro Gyra was creating its own mix of R&B, Latin and whatever else it liked eons before the "smooth jazz" genre arrived on the scene. The band plays as part of the Paramount's jazz series.
WHEN | WHERE 8 p.m. Friday, the Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington
INFO paramountny .com, 631-673-7300
ADMISSION $29.50- $69.50
4. Bud Harrelson
Meet a member of the Mets Hall of Fame at a book signing of "Turning Two," his memoir that shares tales from his career as a shortstop -- including being a spark plug on the 1969 World Series champion "Miracle Mets."
WHEN | WHERE 7 p.m. Friday, Book Revue, 313 New York Ave., Huntington
INFO bookrevue.com, 631-271-1442
5. Macabre Faire
It's Friday the 13th -- and that's only more fodder for like-minded horror movie lovers and Goth fanatics who will descend on Rockville Centre this weekend. The three-day Macabre Faire is filled with panel discussions, niche fashion shows, live band performances and appearances by actor Doug Jones (Abe Sapien from the movie "Hellboy").
INFO 516-395-3049, twitchtwitchproductions.com
ADMISSION $15-$40 (advance purchase suggested)
6. Piano Summit
Boogie and blues pianists will play solo and as a group at the Long Island Piano Summit in Riverhead. Featured performers include blues pianist Mark Mancini, keyboardist Dave Keyes, pianist and blues/ jazz vocalist Gail Storm and boogie-woogie blues pianist Tommy Keys.
INFO 631-727-5782, vailleavitt.org
7. Jane Goodall
The primatologist who made waves as far back in 1960 with her study of chimpanzee life in Gombe Stream National Park visits Adelphi University tomorrow. She'll discuss her work on behalf of endangered species and conservation.
INFO 516-877-4555, events.adelphi.edu
8. Kevin James
INFO 800-745-3000, livenation.com
ADMISSION $56.50- $66.50
9. NYPD vs. FDNY
WHEN | WHERE 1 p.m. Saturday, Nassau Coliseum
INFO 800-745-3000, fdnyhockey.com
ADMISSION $30 ($7 parking)
10. '42nd Street' opens
The Tony-winning musical starts its run at John W. Engeman Theater in Northport. The story -- a small town chorus girl gets her chance to become an overnight star -- features production numbers such as "Lullaby of Broadway," "We're in the Money" and "Shuffle Off to Buffalo."
WHEN | WHERE Previews 8 p.m. Thursday; opens 8 p.m. Saturday, 250 Main St., Northport. Continues through June 17.
INFO 631-261-2900, engemantheater.com