Living Picks: To-do this week

Enjoy the sun, plus live music and eats at Fridays After Five, go on the Historic Garden Week Tour, have a five course-meal at Blenheim Vineyards and more. Enjoy the sun, plus live music and eats at Fridays After Five, go on the Historic Garden Week Tour, have a five course-meal at Blenheim Vineyards and more.

Festival      

Fridays After Five

Enjoy the weather, tunes from local jam band Kendall Street Company and eats from numerous area food trucks.

Friday 4/22. Free, 5:30pm. nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Downtown Mall. 245-4910.

Nonprofit

Historic Garden Week Tour

The 83rd annual event celebrates the beauty of local gardens, and feature visits to the historic Morven Estate gardens and house, the Pavilion Gardens at UVA and a shuttle tour of other idyllic private homes and estates.

Saturday 4/23-Monday 4/25. $10-40, various times and locations. vagardenweek.org.

Health & Wellness

Miles for Margaret 5K

Camp Kesem, ADAPT and the Pi Beta Phi sorority at UVA host a 5K race in honor of UVA student Margaret Lowe’s memory.

Saturday 4/23. Free, 10am. McIntire Amphitheater, 151 Amphitheater Way. milesformargaret.splashthat.com/.

Food & Drink

Library Series guest chef dinner

Matt Greene of JM Stock Provisions and Tristan Wraight of Oakhart Social prepare a five-course, family-style dinner, paired with vintage wines from Blenheim Vineyards.

Sunday 4/24. $85, 5pm. Blenheim Vineyards, 31 Blenheim Farm. 293-5366.

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