LIVING Picks: June 21-27

Hike into Shenandoah National Park’s “big meadow” at dusk to see the dramatic colors of the mountain sky.  Photo by Katy Cain Hike into Shenandoah National Park’s “big meadow” at dusk to see the dramatic colors of the mountain sky. Photo by Katy Cain

Family

Delve into Design
Friday, June 23

Help your child in kindergarten through first grade create a masterpiece, in this class taught by Venable Elementary art teacher Melissa Combs. Free, 2-3pm. Regis-
tration required. Gordon Avenue Library, 1500 Gordon Ave. 296-5544.

Nonprofit

United Way Relay
Saturday, June 24

Participate in a relay race (each person on a four-member team runs a half-mile) to support the United Way and equal access to health care in the community. Ages 10-plus. $30, 7:30am. Albemarle High School, 2775 Hydraulic Rd. 975-9300.

Health & Wellness

Twilight hiking
Saturday, June 24

Hike into Shenandoah National Park’s “big meadow” at dusk to see the dramatic colors of the mountain sky. Led by Shenandoah mountain guides; bring a flashlight. $20, 7pm. Reservations required. (877) 847-1919.

Food & Drink

Cooking class
Sunday, June 25

Prepare and feast on your own delicious meal, featuring maple-glazed chicken and angel food cake with a strawberry compote, that’s paired with wine. Guided by professional chef Terre Sisson. $68, 11am-2pm. Reservations required. First Colony Winery, 1650 Harris Creek Rd. 979-7105.

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