LIVING Picks: December 6-12

The Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville parades local holiday cheer with floats, marching bands, living history performers and more. The Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville parades local holiday cheer with floats, marching bands, living history performers and more.

FAMILY
Virginia Glee Club Christmas concert
Saturday, December 9

The UVA Glee Club performs seasonal favorites with plenty of opportunities for the audience to sing along. $5-15, 8-10pm. First Presbyterian Church, 500 Park St. virginia gleeclub.org

NONPROFIT
Holiday Heritage Parade
Saturday, December 9

The Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville parades local holiday cheer with floats, marching bands, living history performers and more. Free, 10am. Downtown Mall. downtowncharlottesville.net

HEALTH & WELLNESS
Taking control of stress
Thursday, December 7

This class (part of a series) focuses on the effects of stress—both acute and chronic—on our bodies and health. Learn several techniques for stress management. Free, 1- 2pm. Sentara Martha Jefferson Health & Wellness Center Patient Education Room, 590 Peter Jefferson Pkwy. 654-4510.

FOOD & DRINK
Christmas caroling party
Friday, December 8

While enjoying a glass of wine or hot chocolate by the fire after dinner (included in price), join the UVA Sil’hooettes in singing Christmas carols. $20, 6-9pm. Veritas Vineyard & Winery, 151 Veritas Ln., Afton. veritaswines.com

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