LIVING Picks: Week of March 21-27

Charlottesville Parks & Recreation hosts this eggs-travagant Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-3, 4-7 and 8-12. Bring your own baskets. Free, 10am. Charlottesville High School, 1400 Melbourne Rd. Charlottesville Parks & Recreation hosts this eggs-travagant Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-3, 4-7 and 8-12. Bring your own baskets. Free, 10am. Charlottesville High School, 1400 Melbourne Rd.

Food & Drink
Vegan cooking class
Thursday, March 22

Ingrid Berger leads this class on utilizing bright and fresh flavors to welcome in the new season. Drinks included. $45, 6-7:30pm. The Happy Cook, Barracks Road Shopping Center. 977-2665.

Health & Wellness
Charlottesville Ten Miler
Saturday, March 24

This 10-mile run through Charlottesville (the area’s oldest footrace) raises funds for local charities, including this year’s primary beneficiary: the Building Goodness Foundation. $65, 7:15am. Starts on Massie Road, near JPJ. cvilletenmiler.com

Nonprofit
The Cooking Gene talk
Friday, March 23

As part of Virginia Festival of the Book, Michael W. Twitty, author of The Cooking Gene, will discuss his journey to discover more about his Southern food heritage. Free (RSVP in advance), 6-7:30pm. UVA Ruth Caplin Theatre, 109 Culbreth Rd. vabook.org

Family
Easter egg hunt
March 24, Saturday

Charlottesville Parks & Recreation hosts this eggs-travagant Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-3, 4-7 and 8-12. Bring your own baskets. Free, 10am. Charlottesville High School, 1400 Melbourne Rd. 970-3260.

Posted In:     Living

Tags:     , , , , , , ,

Previous Post

The best local bars for each drinking decade

Next Post

We’ll drink to that: The who, what, how and why of imbibing in Charlottesville—from sours to Savennières



Our comments system is designed to foster a lively debate of ideas, offer a forum for the exchange of ad hoc information, and solicit honest, respectful feedback about the work we do. We’re glad you’re participating. Here are a few simple rules to follow, which should be relatively straightforward.

1) Don’t call people names or accuse them of things you cannot support.
2) Don’t direct foul language, racial slurs, or offensive terms at other commenters or our staff.
3) Don’t use the discussion on our site for commercial (or shameless personal) promotion.

We reserve the right to remove posts and ban commenters who violate any of the rules listed above, or the spirit of the discussion. We’re trying to create a safe space for a wide range of people to express themselves, and we believe that goal can only be achieved through thoughtful, sensitive editorial control.

If you have questions or comments about our policies or about a specific post, please send an e-mail to editor@c-ville.com.

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of