The Friday evening show is family friendly; Saturday’s is geared towards mature audiences only.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association is preparing for the Big Bike Race™—an altered schedule, a party vibe, and a new website that’ll help both locals and tourists navigate their way around.
The fun kicks off at 6:30 PM at The Tin Pan near Regency Square Mall.
Storefront weaves Week 4 of 10 x 10 into its National Association on Community Design Conference, which its proud to host for the very first time.
The final Friday Cheers—that’s a fact that does not fill us with much Friday Cheer at all. Oh well, at least it’ll be a good show!
The Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce unveiled the new bike rack toppers, which were cast locally and painted by local artists. Currently at the VMFA, this art will eventually come to a bike rack near you.
June is busting out all over, particularly with a bunch of festivals—food, music, and bees!
The Scott’s Addition theatre is hosting two performances only, June 26th and 27th.
It’s an excellent way to spend a Saturday or Sunday. And, if you’re interested in agility training, you can bring your own dog (although he or she might leave with a complex).
This month is crazy with live shows including the rest of Friday Cheers, St. Vincent, Horsehead releasing “Casual Dracula,” John Mellencamp, and RVA Playlist celebrating five years.