At Pamplin Historical Park’s Valentine Tea ladies and gentlemen in period dress will teach guests 19th-century etiquette while they enjoy gourmet tea and snacks. Hear about famous love stories of 19th century couples where love was for better or worse! (Jefferson Davis + Sarah Knox Taylor, Jenny Wade + Jack Skelly, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, etc). Due to the popularity of this program, reservations and prepayment are required. RSVP by February 7th. Park Members $20, Non-Park Members $24
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The Richmond Symphony's popular Rush Hour concerts return to Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. These one-hour informal concerts feature fantastic orchestral and chamber music in the Hardywood tasting room. Grab a beer, hit the food trucks and enjoy a great concert at 6:30 on a Thursday night. The third performance in the series will be held on Thursday, February 6, 2020.
The Virginia Living Museum’s 15th annual Bacchus Wine & Food Festival – a Best of the 757 Gala - Feb 7th, 2020! Enjoy delicious samplings of fine wines. samplings from local restaurants and an eclectic mix of live music, entertainment and games. Mingle with friends and colleagues among the beautiful museum galleries and exhibits.
Start with the VIP reception (6-7pm). For a full hour enjoy exclusive samplings and priority access to all restaurants in a relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy divine music. VIP parking is a breeze, close by. You’ll be more than ready for the Main Event at 7pm $125 (includes main event).
This holiday season we supported Shoelady.org (with the help of Rebekah Brewster and Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg) in providing shoes for children in need all over Hampton Roads.
The Shoe Lady Organization started in 2013 when a young boy went to the home of Melissa and Bill Hoffman to play with their son. He arrived in the pouring, freezing rain on a November afternoon barefoot carrying his shoes. When asked why he wasn’t wearing them he said that they were his grandmother’s and they didn’t fit. At that point Melissa started the non profit to find shoes for all children in need. In 2016 Melissa passed away and Bill valiantly picked up her torch. You can help by donating at www.shoelady.org.
Our Liz Moore Richmond office is teaming up with Bridging RVA to make a difference in the lives of kids! We are collecting new twin sized sheets and blankets to donate to families in need. Donations can be dropped off before Oct 20th at our office, 1020 Old Bon Air Road in Richmond.
The Carytown Farmers Market is open every Sunday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at 3201 Maplewood Ave.
Their mission is to enhance the unique character of the Carytown neighborhood while providing residents and visitors alike a healthy shopping alternative. By creating a fun and interactive atmosphere, our focus is to support local farmers and artisans as small businesses along with providing an educational and social experience to our shoppers.
Carytown Farmers Market...just another reason why we love where we live!
The Westchester Concert Series returns for its 5th year and you’re invited every other Friday night to enjoy great friends, food, fun, and, of course, live MUSIC! All events are FREE to attend, and there will be food and beer/wine available for sale. (Please, NO outside alcohol is allowed at these events!) As of now, concerts are held on the Village Green, near Plaza Azteca and Noodles & Company.
May 17 – Southern Tide
May 31 – En’Novation
June 14 – Red Neck Pool Party
June 28 – Diamond Heist
June 29 – 5 Second Rule
July 12 – Totally Random
July 26 – The Embers
August 9 – Spectrum
August 23 – South of James
September 6 – MSB, featuring Steve Bassett
September 20 – Flashback
October 4 – The Voltage Brothers
Westchester Concert Series...just another reason why we love where we live!
One of Richmond’s most popular concert series, Innsbrook After Hours, is back! From now until September, head to Innsbrook for some of the biggest names in rock, pop, and country music right here in Richmond. Feel free to bring a chair or blanket, but remember, food, beverages, coolers, baskets, knapsacks, tents and pets are not allowed! Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
June 27 (6pm) – Jake Owen
July 17 (6pm) – Jonny Lang & JJ Grey & Mofro
July 18 (6pm) – Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening
July 25 (6pm) – Killer Queen & Abba The Concert
July 31 (6pm) – Earth Wind & Fire
August 2 (6pm) – John Butler Trio+
August 8 (6pm) – Brett Young
August 21 (6pm) – Boyz II Men
August 31 (6pm) – Chris Young
September 7 (6pm) – Little Big Town
September 14 (6pm) Brantley Gilbert
September 20 (6pm) – Gary Allan
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Innsbrook After Hours...just another reason why we love where we live!
Looking for a great workout with an even better view? Sunset Paddle Yoga allows you to take your practice outdoors and into nature. After a brief intro to paddleboarding, you'll paddle out and anchor your board. The instructor will guide you through a gentle yoga sequence for all levels. Modifications are given for beginner to advanced. This yoga session happens as the sun is setting allowing the day to just melt away!
Every Monday, Wednesday, Sunday 6:30 - 8:15pm at Chickahominy Riverfront Park through Sept. 15, 2019.
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The Williamsburg Farmers Market, open Saturdays 8am-noon, is located in Merchants Square in the heart of Williamsburg on Duke of Gloucester Street across from the College of William and Mary. Enjoy a peaceful morning of shopping while enjoying coffee, muffins, and music. Among the local products available are honey; free-range chicken, beef, lamb and pork; peanuts; baked goods; potted plants and cut flowers. This award winning producer-only market has been growing since 2002.
To view the complete list of vendors, click here.
FREE parking on Francis Street (lot P6) on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. until Noon. Prince George Street Garage is open for $1/hour. All other lots are posted as one hour or two hour parking and are patrolled from 8:00 a.m.
The Williamsburg Farmers Market...just another reason why we love where we live!