Plus 250 wines in one place, The Beach Boys play Kings Theatre and more.

WORKSHOP

Cemetery in a Terrarium
Feb. 4, 6:30-8 p.m.
Court Tree Collective, Floor 2
371 Court St., Brooklyn
$65

If you’ve looked around your apartment and decided that what your décor really lacks is a spooky plant tableaux in a glass case, you’re in luck. The Obscura Society is holding a workshop for amateur botanists to create a Cemetery in a Terrarium tonight in Brooklyn. All of your supplies are included in the ticket price, but artists are encouraged to bring their own unique containers, like a glass jar or fishbowl. Horticulturist Claire Typaldos will help participants design and create their miniature cemetery gardens.

BEAUTY

Capture your golden hour with La Prairie
Feb. 4, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave.
Free

We all know about the “golden hour” at sunrise and sunset when the light is most flattering. Live in that moment with a gold-hued portrait by Bill Donovan, the artist-in-residence for La Prairie. The luxe beauty brand is celebrating the release of its new Cellular Radiance Perfecting Fluide Pure Gold moisturizer. Schedule your appointment in advance to receive a complimentary gold compact.

FILM

Heat & Vice: The Films of Michael Mann
Feb. 5-16
Brooklyn Academy of Music Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Ave.

Over four decades and 11 films, filmmaker Michael Mann has done his job, whether it nets rewards or not. That is to say, he’s had his bombs, in addition to bona fide hits (“The Last of the Mohicans,” “Heat,” “Collateral,” plus the show “Miami Vice”). BAM’s complete retro, “Heat & Vice: The Films of Michael Mann,” explores how his brooding, synth-heavy, tough-guy vibes seeped into the culture anyway. All the while Mann has stayed the course, daring audiences to keep up or be left out. —Matt Prigge

SEASONAL

Winter Carnival
Feb. 5-6, noon-10 p.m.
Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
Free

We might be experiencing another uncannily warm week of winter, but you can still embrace the season at the second annual Winter Carnival. The event features ice skating by Olympic greats, plus curling lessons, silent disco, ice golf, ping-pong and a glamorous Ice Ball on Friday at 7. The Outdoor Winter Brew House and Bank of America Warming Lodge will once again be outfitted with both child-friendly and adults-only beverages, plus hot snacks, photo ops and live music.

ON SALE

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2016
On sale Feb. 5, 9 a.m.
Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn
$55-$505

Cheap Trick, Chicago, Deep Purple, N.W.A. and Steve Miller are officially joining the house that music built this year, and the induction ceremony will go down right here in Brooklyn on April 8. Performers will include the Black Keys, Rob Thomas, Kendrick Lamar, plus other special guests.

DRINKS

NYC Winter Wine Festival
Feb. 6, 3-6 and 8-11 p.m.
PlayStation Theater, 1515 Broadway
$75-$199

Step inside an indoor vineyard for an afternoon or evening session to sample over 250 vintages from around the world while enjoying live jazz piano by two-time Soul Train Music Award winner Alex Bugnon.

MUSIC

The Bacon Brothers
Feb. 6, 7:30 p.m.
Schimmel Center, 3 Spruce St.
$39-$65

Kevin Bacon’s musical chops go far beyond “Footloose.” He and his brother, Michael, an Emmy-winning composer, formed the Bacon Brothers in 1995, releasing seven albums. This show will be a sneak preview of Michael’s new “Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra.”

EVENT

Chinese Firecracker and Cultural Festival
Feb. 8, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sarah D. Roosevelt Park, Lower East Side
Free

The Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival has been part of New York’s Lunar New Year festivities for the past 17 years. Though firecrackers are traditionally set off at midnight, the city has repurposed the timeline to light up the East Village at noon on Monday. There’s also a cultural festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring booths to learn more about the holiday, purchase classic Chinese New Year souvenirs and sign up for giveaways. There will also be lion dances, drumming and a parade through Chinatown.

DANCE

Shaping Sound
Feb. 8, 7:30 p.m.
Beacon Theatre, 2124 Broadway
$50-$90

TV’s hottest dancers come to NYC for a one-night-only performance by contemporary dance company Shaping Sound (featured on the reality show “All the Right Moves”). Monday’s performance, the final stop on a national tour, features 2014’s “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Ricky Ubeda, along with familiar faces from shows like “The X-Factor,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Bunheads” and “Glee.”

ARTS

TinyRhino: Valentine’s Day Soiree
Feb. 8, 7 p.m.
Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette
$25

TinyRhino, the world’s first theatrical drinking game, has made its home in Park Slope since it debuted in 2010. But at long last, the party comes to Manhattan. The Valentine’s Day Soiree will feature six 10-minute plays about modern romance, each containing five special words or gestures. When the cue appears, the audience drinks! The performance is preceded by live music from the Good Morning Nags. If you can’t make it, catch up with the artists for the after-party at Jimmy’s No. 43.

MUSIC

‘Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs with Friends’
Feb. 8, 8 p.m.
Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Ave.
$45-$135

Alan Cumming is launching his new album, “Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs,” onstage with friends like Kristin Chenoweth and Darren Criss, plus special appearances by Ricki Lake and the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus. The song list is a mix of pop covers, musical theater hits and music inspired by his world travel.

MUSIC

The Beach Boys
Feb. 9, 8 p.m.
Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn
$35.50-$65.50

“Wouldn’t It Be Nice” if you could escape the winter blues with a trip to “Kokomo” with some of your favorite “California Girls”?