Living Picks: To-do this week

Take the family out for the Sweet Dreams Festival, eat for a cause with Restaurant Week, join the community for a fun run and more this week. Photo: Staff photo Take the family out for the Sweet Dreams Festival, eat for a cause with Restaurant Week, join the community for a fun run and more this week. Photo: Staff photo

Family    

Sweet Dreams Festival

This family-friendly event features activities including a craft tent, rock climbing wall, laser tag, inflatables and more.

Saturday 7/23. Free, 9am-4pm. Stuarts Draft Park, 96 Edgewood Ln., Stuarts Draft. sweetdreamsday.com.

Nonprofit

Restaurant Week

Enjoy specially designed menus in local restaurants, with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

Through Saturday, 7/23. Prices vary, various times and locations. charlottesvillerestaurantweek.com.

Health & Wellness

Hoo-ville Community Fun Run

Join students, staff, faculty and community members for some social exercise with a variety of paces and distances.

Thursday, 7/21. Free, 5:30pm. Ragged Mountain Running Shop, 3 Elliewood Ave. 293-3367.

Food & Drink

Chateau Ste. Michelle wine dinner

Winemaker Raymon McKee and Boar’s Head executive chef J. Russell Bradshaw serve a five-course seasonal dinner and carefully selected wine pairings.

Wednesday, 7/20. $85, 6pm. Old Mill Room, Boar’s Head Inn, 200 Ednam Dr. 972-2230.

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