LIVING Picks: July 4-10

Monticello's naturalization ceremony. Photo by Jack Looney Monticello’s naturalization ceremony. Photo by Jack Looney

Food & Drink

’90s summer brunch
Sunday, July 8

Break out your scrunchies and slap bracelets and enjoy throwback ’90s covers from Supervixen during a brunch with killer views. Admission is free; food available for purchase, 11am-2pm. Carter Mountain Orchard, 1435 Carters Mountain Trail. 977-1833.

Family

Independence Day celebration
Wednesday, July 4

Come to Monticello to celebrate Independence Day and the annual naturalization ceremony that this year features guest speaker Andrew Tisch. Free, 9am-noon. Monticello, 931 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. 984-9800.

Nonprofit

Harmonia
Saturday, July 8

Area musicians including Erin Lunsford, Genna Matthew, John D’earth and Davina Jackson join forces for a benefit to support Youngcenter.org and Creciendo Juntos, which both aid migrant children. Free admission (donations accepted), 4- 8pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. cj-network.org

Health & Wellness

Kids aerial yoga
Saturday, July 7

No gymnastics background required for this aerial yoga session that promotes balance and strength for kids ages 6 to 10. $20 (RSVP required), 1:30-2:30pm. FlyDog Yoga, 1039 Millmont St. 964-1964.

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