Living Picks: To-do this week

Celebrate July 4th at Monticello's naturalization ceremony, run the Kiwanis Independence Day 5k, enjoy Hawaiian eats at the Aloha-rt Social Party and more. Photo: Jack Looney Celebrate July 4th at Monticello’s naturalization ceremony, run the Kiwanis Independence Day 5k, enjoy Hawaiian eats at the Aloha-rt Social Party and more. Photo: Jack Looney

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Happy birthday, America

A community celebration for America’s birthday includes food, cider, wine, a bike parade, games and live music. The orchard will remain open late for viewing fireworks.

Monday, 7/4. Free, 9am-9:30pm. Carter Mountain Orchard, 1435 Carters Mountain Trl. 977-1833.

Nonprofit

4th of July at Monticello

Larry Sabato, founder and director of the UVA Center for Politics, speaks to new U.S. citizens from around the world at the 54th annual naturalization ceremony.

Monday, 7/4. Free, 9am-noon. Monticello, 931 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy. 984-9800.

Health & Wellness

Kiwanis Independence Day 5K

Proceeds from the race, sponsored by Key Clubs at area high schools, benefit Camp Holiday Trails and its mission to help children with special needs.

Monday, 7/4. $20-30, 7:30am. Sutherland Middle School, 2801 Powell Creek Dr. kiwaniscville.org.

Food & Drink

Aloha-rt Social Hawaiian Party

Enjoy authentic Hawaiian recipes, drink specials and island music at this luau-themed party presented by Oakhart Social, JM Stock Provisions and Autumn Olive Farm.

Sunday, 7/3. Free, 3-9pm. Oakhart Social, 511 W. Main St. 995-5449.

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