We have this old, smelly, grumpy dog named Shooter who drives me crazy. But I dread the day when we’ll have to say goodbye to him.
Some art, some sports, some commiserating with other parents about why kids can be such weirdsmobiles. RVA’s got something for each member of the fam over the next few days…
Check out the national touring exhibition of Seuss’s personal hat collection at Bella Arte Gallery, March 15th through 30th.
(…but in a good way)
Take part in a 5k race on April 12th to help local couples raise money for fertility treatments or adoption.
I know you want to just shove the kids outside so you can continuing binging on House of Cards this weekend, but Richmond’s got some fantastic, family-friendly events in the works for the next few days. You know, if you’re looking for a break or something.
The Richmond City School Board makes some adjustments to the RPS calendar.
Spots are still available at Camp Kesem University of Richmond, an overnight camp for kids who have or had a parent with cancer.
Quick! More cold weather is likely headed our way next week, so best get those kids out and cultured while you can.
Orchard House School honors its 16-year commitment to serve as a resource to the community with Global Girl 2014: Thriving in the Age of Contradiction, a symposium exploring how to reconcile what society demands of us with with what we need as human beings.