Living Picks: To-do this week

Revel with the rebels, run for a cause, eat spaghetti to fight cancer and more in this week's Living Picks. Photo: Courtesy subject Revel with the rebels, run for a cause, eat spaghetti to fight cancer and more in this week’s Living Picks. Photo: Courtesy subject


The Bridge PAI Revel

Dubbed the “rebellious rendition” of the nonprofit fundraiser, this alternative party celebrates creatives in the community, and features local food and drinks, plus entertainment and live music throughout the night.

Friday, 5/6. $25-75, 7pm-1am. IX Art Park, 955 Second St. SE. 984-5669.


Ragged Mountain Reservoir

Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority presents a day of celebration in honor of National Drinking Water Week. The morning includes a hike, raffle, food and informational demonstrations on watershed protection, conservation, water treatment and more.

Thursday, 5/5. Free, 10:30am-noon. Ragged Mountain Reservoir. 977-2901.

Health & Wellness

Run 4 for Their Lives 8K

Freedom 4/24, an organization that works to raise awareness of sexual exploitation and human trafficking of women and children, and The Arbor, a local nonprofit that provides long-term housing and support to female human trafficking survivors, host this family-friendly race.

Saturday, 5/7. $15-34, 9am. Darden Towe shelter, 1445 Darden Towe Park.

Food & Drink

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser

Schuyler Hughes hosts a spaghetti dinner preceding her cross-country run to raise funds and awareness for young adults with cancer. Proceeds benefit The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.

Monday, 5/9. $5-8, 5-8pm. Firefly, 1304 E. Market St.

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