LIVING Picks: To-do for the week

Have a look at what's happening around town in this week's Living Picks. Photo: Ryan Jones Have a look at what’s happening around town in this week’s Living Picks. Photo: Ryan Jones

Nonprofit

Jimmy Miller Bracket Breakfast

Ralph Sampson, Barry Parkhill, Antonio Rice and Jay James return for the third annual bracket breakfast, which gives you the inside scoop on college basketball and benefits Piedmont CASA.

Monday 2/14.$125, 7am. Omni Hotel Ballroom, 212 Ridge McIntire Rd. bb@pcasa.org.

Health & Wellness

Sugar Hollow Three Bridges 5K and 10K

Sponsored by the White Hall Ruritans, the race starts on Sugar Hollow Road and is followed by a pancake breakfast. Proceeds aid in the restoration of White Hall Community Center in Western Albemarle.

Saturday 3/12. $30-40, 8am. 5275 Sugar Hollow Rd., White Hall. 293-3367.

Festival      

Wild About Art

Participate in a silent auction of local art and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages. All money raised goes to the Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary.

Saturday 3/12. $20, 5-7:30pm. City Space, 500 Fifth St. NE. 760-2695.

Food & Drink

Artisan cheesemaking

Caromont Farm’s Gail Hobbs-Page teaches the essentials of artisan cheesemaking at home and shares a cheese-centric meal.

Saturday 3/12. $125, 11am- 3pm. 9261 Old Green Mountain Rd., Esmont. caromontcheese.com/classes.

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