LIVING Picks: Week of April 29-May 2

Following a performance of Charlottesville Ballet’s The Firebird, children ages 3-8 are invited onto the stage to make a craft, learn a dance from The Firebird and more. Publicity photo Following a performance of Charlottesville Ballet’s The Firebird, children ages 3-8 are invited onto the stage to make a craft, learn a dance from The Firebird and more. Publicity photo

FAMILY

Into the Wings
Saturday, April 29

Following a performance of Charlottesville Ballet’s The Firebird, children ages 3-8 are invited onto the stage to make a craft, learn a dance from The Firebird and more. $25-40 (ticket includes performance), 1 and 4pm. PVCC V. Earl Dickinson building, 501 College Dr. 227-7592.

NONPROFIT

Outback Lodge 25th anniversary
Saturday, April 29

This benefit for the Ronald McDonald House features performances by Indecision, The Secret, Cville Funk All-Stars and Mama Tried. $22, 7pm-midnight. Fry’s Spring Beach Club, 2512 Jefferson Park Ave. givebackfestivals@gmail.com

FOOD & DRINK

Paint & Sip
Thursday, April 27

Instructor Christina Ball leads you through the steps to create your own artistic masterpiece while you enjoy some wine. $30, 7-9pm. DelFosse Vineyards and Winery, 500 DelFosse Winery Ln., Faber. delfossewine.com

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Household hazardous waste amnesty days
Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29

The Rivanna Solid Waste Authority is holding household hazardous waste collection days during which you may drop off materials such as acids, antifreeze, swimming pool chemicals and fluorescent tubes. Dates for larger items are May 6, 13 and 20. Free, 9am-2pm. Ivy Material Utilization Center, Route 637. rivanna.org/hhw

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