LIVING Picks: Week of January 18-24

FAMILY

Chinese New Year square dance
Friday, January 20

Learn how to do-si-do and swing your partner at the Grand Squares of Nelson’s Chinese New Year event. Donations accepted, 7:30-10pm. Rockfish River Elementary School, 200 Chapel Rd., Afton. 361-2470.

NONPROFIT

Women’s support group
Tuesday, January 24

Women support one another each week by sharing their experiences. Newcomers welcome. Free, 5:30-7pm. The Women’s Initiative office, 1101 E. High St. E-mail Donna Dean before your first meeting, ddean@thewomensinitiative.org

FOOD & DRINK

Winter Whisky Fest
Saturday, January 21

Chase away the winter blues by sampling some of Virginia Distillery’s seasonal, handcrafted cocktails made with their Virginia Highland Malt Whisky. Event includes live music from Willie DE, and a food truck will be on-site. Free, 11am-6pm. Virginia Distillery Company, 299 Eades Ln., Lovingston. vadistillery.com

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Evening meditation
Tuesday, January 24

The Insight Meditation Community of Charlottesville hosts Tuesday evening meditations, which are open to people who want to learn more about meditation as well as those who have been practicing for decades. Free, 7:30-9pm. Jefferson Area Board for Aging, 674 Hillsdale Dr. imeditation.org

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