LIVING Picks: Week of April 19-25

An Evening with Morels dinner takes place Saturday, April 22, at Barboursville Vineyards. File photo An Evening with Morels dinner takes place Saturday, April 22, at Barboursville Vineyards. File photo

NONPROFIT
Run for Autism 5K
Saturday, April 22

Families, including adults and children with disabilities, are invited to run or walk in support of the Virginia Institute of Autism. $25-45, 7:30am kids race, 8am 5K race. Charlottesville High School, 1400 Melbourne Rd. 923-8252.

FAMILY
Earth Day Staunton
Saturday, April 22

Enjoy hands-on activities, live native wildlife shows, nature crafts, face painting and more. Kids who complete an Earth Day passport will receive a prize. Free, 10am-2pm. Gypsy Hill Park bandstand, 600 Churchville Ave., Staunton. earthdaystaunton.org

FOOD & DRINK
An Evening with Morels
Saturday, April 22

Start with Brut and canapés in the Octagon Cellar before tucking into a four-course feast paired with six Barboursville wines. Dinner will be prepared by chef Spencer Crawford in cooperation with a wild mushroom expert. $135, 7pm. Barboursville Vineyards, 17655 Winery Rd., Barboursville. (540) 832-7848.

HEALTH & WELLNESS
Yoga at IX Art Park
Tuesday, April 25

Join Cora Houghton for an all-levels yoga class every Tuesday. Bring your own mat; class meets near the geometric/butterfly/beach mural. $5-15 (pay-what-you-will, cash or check), 5:30-6:30pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. commongroundcville.org/yoga-ix-art-park

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