Living Picks: To-do this week

Take the kids to the gallery with Family Art JAM at Fralin, support International Neighbors with Mister G, get your wine and yoga on with FlyDog and more. Photo: Fralin Museum of Art at UVA Take the kids to the gallery with Family Art JAM at Fralin, support International Neighbors with Mister G, get your wine and yoga on with FlyDog and more. Photo: Fralin Museum of Art at UVA

Family    

Family Art JAM

Jacob Lawrence’s Struggle: From the History of the American People is the inspiration for kids ages 8-14 to collaborate with adults on art and discussion.

Saturday, 5/14. Free, reservations required. Fralin Museum of Art at UVA, 155 Rugby Rd. 243-2050.

Nonprofit

Mister G benefit concert

Latin Grammy Award-winner Mister G plays a bilingual family concert to benefit International Neighbors, a new local nonprofit that aids refugees and immigrants.

Wednesday, 5/11. Free, 5:30pm. Fry’s Spring Beach Club, 2512 Jefferson Park Ave. 242-2409.

Health & Wellness

UMS Reservoir Run 5K

University Montessori School hosts its inaugural Reservoir Run 5K and half-mile kids race to benefit its financial aid fund.

Saturday, 5/14. $10-30, 8:30am. 1034 Reservoir Rd. 977-0583.

Food & Drink

Vinyasa, Vino and Views

FlyDog Yoga and Prince Michel Vineyard & Winery host a 60-minute vinyasa class for all levels, taught by Eliza Whiteman, followed by a glass of wine.

Tuesday, 5/17. $15, 6-7:45pm. Carter Mountain, 1435 Carters Mountain Trl. http://flydogyoga.com/vinyasa-vino-and-views

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