LIVING Picks: To-do for the week

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Charlottesville Mini Maker Faire

See the newest local innovations at this expo that features entrepreneurial ingenuity as tech experts, crafters, scientists and homesteaders show off their latest projects.

Saturday 3/26. $5-10, 10am-4pm. Monticello High School, 1400 Independence Way. 244-3100.

Health & Wellness

Leprechaun Launch 5K Obstacle Race

Hoover Ridge Park hosts its annual fun run, which includes a 100-foot shamrock slide, prizes and a half-mile children’s obstacle event.

Saturday 3/26. $25- 35, 9am. Madison Primary School, 158 Primary School Dr., Madison. (540) 948-3781.

Festival      

Eggstravaganza and Easter Egg Hunt

Celebrate spring with Carter Mountain’s annual Easter event. The festivities include an egg hunt for children, crafts, hayrides and beverages.

Saturday 3/26. Free, 10am-5pm. Carter Mountain Orchard, 1435 Carters Mountain Trl. 977-1833.

Food & Drink

Barn & Brew

Enjoy a pork-and-beer night with four varieties of brews from Evolution Craft Brewing Company plus bites from The Rock Barn and Ivy Provisions.

Friday 3/25. Free, 5-7pm. Ivy Provisions, 2206 Ivy Rd. 202-1308.

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