Archives: 5 things for families


5 Things for Families: The dark, a new park, minions, studying frogs, falling off sheep

When it comes to my directive about these 5 Things, I’ve gotta quote the great Charlie Kelly: SO DO.


5 Things for Families: Teeth, stars, art, ponies, bluegrass

It’s awesome how Richmond has decided to not be all Hellmouth-y this summer. Get out and enjoy it, less-sweaty-than-usual friends!


5 Things for Families: Crabby, bikey, watery, tasty, anything but cutesy

This weekend involves things all Richmonders are required to love: bikes, stuff from Hanover, the river, rocking/rolling, and organic food. Wow, we sound kind of insufferable. Except for the Hanover part. That place is pretty adorable.


5 Things for Families: Festivals, bowling, bus practice, and Buttercup

When writing about one of this week’s events, Valerie Catrow actually got choked up because of how cute it’s going to be. Can you guess which one?


5 Things for Families: Cops on horseback, Diggity Dudes, kid art, capes, and a bunch of boobs

Saturday is the first day of August. Slow your roll, Father Time! We’ve still got some summertime living to do!


5 Things for Families: CeCe Bell, music, bats, snakes, and the Grinch

Three of this week’s featured events have me stoked. The other two give me the heebie-jeebies. Take a look and see how it all shakes out for you and yours.


5 Things for Families: Corn, swans, chess, teeth, and trains

Each of this week’s featured events are free. Look how much Richmond loves you, you guys!


5 Things for Families

I say, you do, no questions.


5 Things for Families: Dragons, roller skating, free fun at Lewis Ginter, living history, and baseball

Happy birthday, Uncle Sam! You’ve had a a busy/emotional couple of weeks, so let’s go out and do it up right!


5 Things for Families: Trolls, parks, night hikes, football health, and watery gardens

The forecast is looking significantly less Hellmouthish this weekend! Let’s get out and enjoy it before July comes and we all won’t leave our homes for fear of bursting into flames.