Living Picks: To-do this week

Celebrate the Habitat Store's 13th birthday, join the community in meditation for Common Grounds Sit-a-thon and enjoy food, wine and music at Wineappalooza. Photo: Courtesy of LOOK3 Celebrate the Habitat Store’s 13th birthday, join the community in meditation for Common Grounds Sit-a-thon and enjoy food, wine and music at Wineappalooza. Photo: Courtesy of LOOK3

Family    

The Habitat Store’s 13th birthday

Bring your family for live music, food trucks, special sales and kids activities on the front porch in celebration of 13 years of donors, customers and volunteers.

Saturday 6/11. Free, 9am-5pm. The Habitat Store, 1221 Harris St. 293-6331.

Nonprofit

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph

Join festivalgoers in celebrating the vision of extraordinary photographers, igniting conversations about critical issues and fostering the next generation of artists.

Monday 6/13-Sunday 6/19. Free-$500 for full festival pass. Various times and locations. look3.org.

Health & Wellness

Sit-a-thon

Local mindfulness leaders offer 50-minute meditations to raise funds for Common Ground Healing Arts and its mission to improve wellness throughout the community by expanding opportunities for accessible, complimentary health care.

Saturday 6/11. Donations accepted, 10am-7pm. Common Ground Healing Arts, 233 Fourth St. NW. commondground cville.org./sit-a-thon-2016.

Food & Drink

Wineappalooza

Enjoy wine, food, crafts and live music from Local Vocals and Scuffletown.

Saturday 6/11. $10-15, noon-7pm. DuCard Vineyards, 40 Gibson Hollow Ln., Etlan. (540) 923-4206.

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