Living Picks: To-do this week

Drop by the book sale to benefit JMRL, appreciate the art of Bach & beer at Three Notch'd and run the Charlottesville Marathon in this week's Living Picks. Photo: Jack Looney Drop by the book sale to benefit JMRL, appreciate the art of Bach & beer at Three Notch’d and run the Charlottesville Marathon in this week’s Living Picks. Photo: Jack Looney


Friends of the Library book sale

Leaf through thousands of books and other media at the 51st annual spring book sale to benefit the special programs and projects of Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.

Saturday, April 2-Sunday, April 10. Free, 10am-7pm. Gordon Avenue Library. 1500 Gordon Ave. 977-8467.

Health & Wellness

Charlottesville Marathon

Dubbed “one of the top destination marathons in the country” by the New York Times, the Charlottesville Marathon is here just in time for blooming magnolias. The event features shorter races as well: a marathon relay, half marathon, 8K and Kids K.

Saturday, April 2. $20-115, 7am. Historic Court Square. 410 Jefferson St. 218-0402.


Wild and Scenic Film Festival 

Join Wild Virginia for its annual festival that showcases a selection of films about our planet, the beautiful wildlands and the people of the community who care for and defend them.

Tuesday, April 5. $11-32, 6:30pm. Violet Crown Charlottesville. 200 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. 971-1553.

Food & Drink

Bach & Beer

Cellist Steuart Pincombe and brewmaster Dave Warwick collaborate to create a night of Baroque music and brews.

Sunday, April 3. $10-15, 7pm. Three Notch’d Brewing Company. 946 Grady Ave. 293-0610.

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