ONE: Take a walk in the park and discover the different species of birds
THE last of the season's Friends of Canons Park bird watching walks takes place on Sunday, June 7.
Led by an experienced member of the RSPB, the tour last two hours and twitchers can stay for as long or as short a time as they like.
Held on the first Sunday of each month except July, August and September, it is an excellent way to learn about, enjoy and appreciate the winged wildlife of Canons Park in the east of the borough.
Where? Meet at Donnefield Avenue entrance gates to Canons Park
TWO: Listen to the music
A LIVE music night of sultry jazz, soul and funk is being launched at a central Harrow bar and restaurant this evening.
Vocalist Kelly Dickson is the first performer at the fortnightly event at Freddy's in Station Road, bringing smooth, laid back and down-tempo grooves.
She comes to the borough on the back of a residency at the world renowned Ronnie Scott's club in the West End.
The evening is being promoted as a package of a two course meal and coffee while enjoying the live music and, afterwards, a DJ, although revellers can just pay at the door without eating.
For those who miss Kelly on the opening night will be able to catch her again on Thursday, June 18.
Where? Freddy's, Station Road, Harrow
When? From 7pm, live performance starts about 8pm
Cost? £9.95 for dinner package or £5 bar entry
THREE: Blind date at the cinema
ONCE-A-MONTH Mystery Movie screenings continue at Harrow Vue cinema on Tuesday, June 9.
Cinema goers can watch films ahead of their official release but they buy tickets blind - they will not know what title they have come to see until the opening credits roll.
Only the classification of the film will be revealed to audiences ahead of the screening, although customers will have the option to leave and seek a refund during the first 20 minutes of the movie.
Mark de Quervain, sales and marketing director for Vue Entertainment, said: "We're playing on the thrill of the unknown. It's all about getting people to see films they normally wouldn't see.
"We want to broaden their film horizons and offer an exciting cinema experience."
Where? Harrow Vue, St George's Shopping Centre, St Ann's Road, Harrow
When? Tuesday June 9 at 6pm, for a 6.30pm start
Cost? £5.90 to £7.35
Contact: Buy at www.myvue.com , call 08712 240 240 or directly from participating cinemas
FOUR: Green festival for all
GO green by learning about gardening, ecofriendly transport and climate change at a community event being held on the border of Harrow and Brent.
Friends of Eton Grove Park are the organisers of the Queensbury Eco-cultural Festival being held at Eton Grove Park this coming Sunday.
There will be plenty of information on how to lower your carbon footprint and live a more sustainable lifestyle since Brent Friends of the Earth, the Campaign for Better Transport, the Brent Fair Trade Network Link and Brent Council's waste and environment department all have stalls.
Visitors will also find representatives from the Tamil Cultural Arts Centre, a steel band and Kingsbury's Sri Saddhatissa International Buddhist Centre.
The friends said: "Our aim is to help achieve a more cohesive community by appreciating and promoting local diversity.
"We also aim to sharearound the wealth of social, cultural and historical knowledge in our area while encouraging locals to help themselves and develop civic pride."
Where? Eton Grove Park, Rugby Road, Queensbury
When? Sunday June 7, noon-5pm
Contact: See www.etongrovepark.co.uk
FIVE: Canine competition
A DOG show will have pooches competing for the most handsome mutt, the pet with the waggiest tale as well as the most perfect puppy title.
The event is being held by Harefield Dogs Trust and presenter Sarah Jane Honeywell, from children's programme Cbeebies, will start the event and put on a show for kids.
She said: "This fun-filled event promises something for everyone with four-legged family members also welcome.
"I will be signing autographs throughout the day in the children's fun area so all are welcome to come and join me."
Children will also have the chance to have their face painted like dalmatians.
Dogs will be welcome to enjoy treats at the doggy deli as well as to take part in games.
What? Dog show
Where? Harefield Dogs Trust, Highway Farm, Harvil Road, Harefield
When? 11am-4pm, Sunday, June 7
Cost? £1.50 for adults, 50p for kids and OAPs