5 Things for Families

This list includes opportunities for you to both eat hot dogs AND help actual dogs. I’m not sure what that means, but it seemed worth noting. OK, here we go!


5 Things for Families

ATTENTION: Mr. Steve is coming to town. Mister. Steve. Here. (And some other stuff is happening, too.)


Free swim lessons

Beginning this week, Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities will offer swim lessons at eight of the city’s pools.


5 Things for Families

I know what you’re thinking: Let’s just keep things low-key this weekend. We’re all still pretty tired from last week’s festivities. Well, pish-posh to that, I say. Richmond’s upcoming haps are too good to pass up. Rally the troops and get in on this stuff!


5 Things for Families

We can’t be consumed by our petty differences any more. We will be united in our common interest. And, in Richmond, that common interest is: where’s the family fun at?!

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Kid-friendly mud run coming in August

Because, as the saying goes, the family that runs through mud together stays together.


5 Things for Families

Soccer! Science! State park campouts! And other stuff that may or may not start with S!


Summer to-dos at CMoR Central

Spidey, Thomas, and professional athletes. Get ready for your kids to lose their ding-dang minds.


5 Things for Families

No. It is the heat and the humidity, guys. But there’s enough fun stuff happening in town this weekend that I think we’ll be able to suppress the feeling that we’re all going to burst into flames at any second. Have a look-see…


School readiness program for rising kindergarteners

Virginia Preschool Initiative teams up with other local organizations to help get rising kindergarteners ready for school.