Living Picks: To-do this week

Run 4 the Wounded 5k, celebrate local nonprofits with the CNE, join trail-lovers at Monticello and join the Bold Rock birthday bash in this week's Living Picks. Photo: Publicity photo Run 4 the Wounded 5k, celebrate local nonprofits with the CNE, join trail-lovers at Monticello and join the Bold Rock birthday bash in this week’s Living Picks. Photo: Publicity photo

Family   

The Trail at Monticello Community Celebration

Join fellow trail-lovers for a morning of hiking, music and a dedication in memory of former trail manager Jason Stevens.

Saturday, 6/4. Free, 9am-noon. Monticello, 931 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. 984-9800.

Nonprofit

Celebration of Strong Nonprofits

Celebrate more than 110 nonprofit, business and community leaders with an evening of food, fresh air and conversation.

Tuesday, 6/7. Free, 5pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. 244-3330.

Health & Wellness

4 the Wounded 5K

The University of Virginia Foundation hosts its sixth annual race to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project, a veteran service organization that serves those injured in military actions following September 11.

Saturday, 6/4. $35, 8am. University of Virginia Research Park, 1001 Research Park Blvd. 4thewounded5k.com.

Food & Drink

Bold Rock birthday bash

Enjoy live music from Empire Strikes Brass, Erin & the Wildfire and Michael Coleman Band; food by Moe’s Original BBQ and Banyan Day Provisions and, of course, hard cider.

Saturday, 6/4. Free, 11am-8pm. Bold Rock Cidery, 1020 Rockfish Valley Hwy., Nellysford. 361-1030.

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