LIVING Picks: Week of March 15-21

Bring up to three things for repair to the Cville Repair Cafe, including small appliances, clothing, bikes, jewelry, toys and other household items. Bring up to three things for repair to the Cville Repair Cafe, including small appliances, clothing, bikes, jewelry, toys and other household items.

NONPROFIT

Cville Time Bank Repair Café
Saturday, March 18

Bring up to three things for repair, including small appliances, clothing, bikes, jewelry, toys and other household items. Free, noon-4pm. IX Art Park, 522 Second St. SE. facebook.com/events/332444857 149671/

FAMILY

Paramount Theater tour
Saturday, March 18

Learn about the Paramount’s beginnings in 1931, see the backstage wall of fame and hear more behind- the-scenes details. Free, 11am. The Paramount Theater, 215 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 979-1333.

FOOD & DRINK

Shamrock Shenanigans Whisky Party
Saturday, March 18

The Virginia Distillery Co. is hosting a St. Paddy’s Day celebration with SweetHaus mini grasshopper mint cupcakes (first 100 guests get a free one!). Together Soul performs from 2-5pm, and Mouth Wide Open food truck will be on-site all day. Free admission, 11am-6pm. Virginia Distillery Co., 299 Eades Ln., Lovingston. vadistillery.com/event/shamrock- shenanigans-whisky-party

HEALTH & WELLNESS

2017 Sit-a-thon
Saturday, March 18

Common Ground Healing Arts’ annual fundraiser includes 50-minute meditations with a variety of mindfulness leaders. Donations accepted, 10am-8pm. Common Ground Healing Arts, 233 Fourth St. NW, second floor. commongroundcville. org/sit-a-thon-2017

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