Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:30 PM
Yoga for CrossFit and Recovery
CrossFit Charlottesville – Join us on Sunday, September 24th for a FREE yoga class for all levels that focuses not only on gaining the mobility and flexibility needed to perform your movements better in class but you will also learn how to calm your mind and breath better through a WOD and life! The class will be in the upper gym after Strength and be lead by one of our memebers (and expert yogi) Leslie Hubbard. If you have your own mat please feel free to bring it with you or you can use one from the gym.
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Flare by Camisha Jones - Book Release
The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative – Join us in celebrating the release of Flare by Camisha L. Jones. There will be an open mic, come prepared with something to read of your own! About the Book: Flare explores the wonder, resilience, and betrayal of the body. Born from the author’s experience with recurrent and escalating hearing loss and chronic pain, this poetry collection breaks silence around invisible disability and shows us, even in struggle, there is light to be let in. While delving into topics such as loss, hope, anxiety, and faith, Flare grapples with what it truly means to be capable and to make peace with one’s limitations in a society that equates disability with brokenness. Camisha L. Jones is author of the forthcoming Finishing Line Press chapbook, Flare, and a recipient of a 2017 Spoken Word Immersion Fellowship from The Loft Literary Center. Through both, she breaks silence around issues of invisible disability as someone living with hearing loss and chronic pain. Her poems can be found at Button Poetry, The Deaf Poetry Society, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Typo, Rogue Agent, pluck!, Unfolding the Soul of Black Deaf Expressions, and The Quarry, Split This Rock’s social justice poetry database. She is also published in Let’s Get Real: What People of Color Can’t Say and Whites Won’t Ask about Racism (StirFry Seminars & Consulting, Inc., 2011), Class Lives: Stories from Across Our Economic Divide (ILR Press, 2014), and The Day Tajon Got Shot (Shout Mouse Press, 2017). She is Managing Director at Split This Rock, a national non-profit in DC that cultivates, teaches, and celebrates poetry that bears witness to injustice and provokes social change. Find her on Facebook as Poet Camisha Jones, on Twitter as 1Camisha, on Instagram as 1camisha, and online at
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
UVA Spanish Film Festival
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library – Sueño de una noche de San Juan / Midsummer Dream is a 2005 computer-animated film from Dygra Films, the creators of The Living Forest. Made in Spain and Portugal, the film is loosely based on William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream. (In Spanish with English subtitles.)
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
A Concert For Charlottesville
Q94 Richmond – In response to the recent events in their hometown of Charlottesville, VA, Dave Matthews Band will host an evening of music and unity that will be FREE for members of the Charlottesville area and University of Virginia communities. The event will take place on Sunday, September 24, at UVA’s Scott Stadium in Charlottesville. Doors open at 4PM. “A Concert for Charlottesville” will feature Dave Matthews Band, Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake, Ariana Grande, Chris Stapleton, The Roots, Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, Cage The Elephant and special guests. Tickets will be allocated initially to residents of the city of Charlottesville and the adjacent counties, and also to UVA students, faculty and staff with a valid University ID. An online ticket request period is underway at and will end on Monday, September 11th at Noon ET. A limited number of tickets will also be available at a walk-up, no service charge box office at John Paul Jones Arena, on Friday, September 15th at 10AM ET. Please visit for tickets and information. While tickets are free, attendees are encouraged to make a donation to the “Concert for Charlottesville Fund” at the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation. Beneficiaries of the fund will include victims of the events in Charlottesville on August 11 and 12, and their families, first responders, and organizations devoted to the promotion of healing, unity and justice locally and nationwide. Visit to make a donation. #Concert4Cville
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 6:00 PM
CAAMP at The Southern
The Southern Cafe and Music Hall – DOORS 6:00 PM SHOW 8:00 PM GA Standing Room $8 Advance $10 Day of Show
    Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Caamp with Doc Robinson
The Southern Cafe and Music Hall – CAAMP wtih Doc Robinson Sunday, September 24 Doors 6 PM - Show 8 PM $8 Advance - $10 Day of Show Tickets on sale NOW: About CAAMP: Evan plays the banjo, Taylor plays the guitar and together they slam stages as the power duo, Caamp. The childhood friends have been writing songs since 2012 and began performing as Caamp in 2015. In March of 2016, the duo released their self-titled, debut record that has since put them on the map. Caamp is known for their heartfelt sound, and authentic live shows that leave their loyal crowds with hearts pounding. Taylor and Evan are two good gentlemen, writing good music, and plan on ... Caamping til' they croak! About Doc Robinson: Doc Robinson is an indie pop exploration of old school swagger; Motown soul meets contemporary alternative. Fronted by Jon Elliott of The Floorwalkers and Nick D'Andrea of Nick D' and The Believers, the ever-evolving outfit features an ongoing rotation of Columbus, Ohio's best players. ? Doc Robinson worked with Mike Landolt (Maroon 5, OAR, Spin Doctors) to produce their debut EP Golden Daze, released in November 2016. The release earned enthusiastic attention from local tastemakers, early praise from blogs and opening slots for indie favorites including Rainbow Kitten Surprise and CAAMP. When longtime friends and new collaborators, Elliott and D'Andrea, entered their first partner songwriting session, a shared love for narrative and natural knack for soulful melodies spurred a prolific outpouring of tunes. The pair recognized this compatibility and called upon creatives in local company to complete the project. Members of Mojoflo, Forest and The Evergreens, George Barrie Band, Hebdo, New Thousand and many more continuously contribute to the collective. "Like everything we've done so far this album truly took a village," says Doc Robinson. "It was a community project from start to finish, with all our musical brethren pitching in and sharing their talents to color in our crude sketches and create a tapestry that reflects a little bit of all of our experiences." Doc Robinson released it’s debut full-length LP Deep End on July 22, 2017.
    Sunday Sep 24 - Sep 25 @ 10:00 PM
Travis Elliott
Rapture – Local singer and guitarist takes on songwriting subjects from love to spaceships, both badly in need of repair, throwing in unforgettable melodic hooks that keep you tapping your toes long after the show’s over. His first EP, released in 2003, was hailed as “a modern rock epic” and sent him out on the road performing East Coast shows with national acts. Elliott has since expanded his catalog to over 500 songs while honing his live show. 21+ // Free
    Monday Sep 25 @ 11:00 AM
Law School App Strategy Session
UVA Career Center – 389 - Newcomb Hall Are you preparing to apply to law school in Fall 2017? This program is ESSENTIAL! Pre-Law Advisor, Rebecca Coulter, will review the importance of timing in the application process, highlight recent UVA application trends, discuss required application materials, explore the Credential Application Service (CAS) in LSAC, and provide tips and strategies for what to expect for the Graduate and Professional School Fair on Wednesday, September 27th. Open to all students. Registration Opens Monday, September 11th. Register:
    Monday Sep 25 - Sep 28 @ 11:00 AM
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA
    Monday Sep 25 - Dec 18 @ 6:00 PM
Old Time Jam!
The Front Porch – Join us for our weekly Old Time Music jam (starting on 9/25), hosted by The Front Porch's own Pete Vigour! All ages and abilities welcome. $5 suggested donation. We validate for 2 hours free parking at Water Street Parking Garage
    Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Banned Books Storytime: Central Library
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library – Come in your jammies and cozy up with your snuggly as we celebrate classic picture books that have been banned or challenged. Celebrate your Freedom to Read at this special edition of the Starry Nights Storytime.
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Soul Jazz of the 1960s
Charlottesville Jazz Society – Our popular Artist/Educator Series is back! Join us for the first performance of the season featuring Trevor Williams on vibes, Randy Johnston on guitar, Jonah Kane-West on organ, and Aaron Binder on drums. This superb band will play and discuss Soul Jazz of the 1960's, including songs by Ray Charles, Horace Silver, Lou Donaldson and more. Admission is only $5. Don't miss this groovin' night of music!
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Bluegrass Jam!
The Front Porch – Join us for a Bluegrass jam! All ages and abilities welcome! $5 donation suggested. We validate for 2hrs of free parking in the Water Street garage.
    Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
Gordon Lightfoot In Concert: “The Legend Lives On…”
The Paramount Theater of Charlottesville – After 50 active years of hit song making and international album sales well into the multi-millions, it’s safe to say that esteemed singer-songwriter and musician Gordon Lightfoot resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats. His song catalog is incredibly vast and includes such immortals as “Early Morning Rain,” “If You Could Read My Mind,” “Carefree Highway,” “Sundown,” “(That’s What You Get) For Lovin Me,” “The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald,” “Canadian Railroad Trilogy,” “Ribbon Of Darkness,” “Beautiful,” “Song For A Winter’s Night” and “Rainy Day People” to name a few. But this year is special for the legendary artist, who has announced plans for a cross-country USA tour entitled “Gordon Lightfoot In Concert: The Legend Lives On…” The tour will feature his well known hits as well as some deep album cuts for the die-hard fanatics. All of which are woven together with some of Lightfoot’s own behind the scenes stories and personal anecdotes about his historic 50-year musical career. The event is sure to be a great thrill for live audiences and anyone who enjoys hearing great music and seeing a living legend in person.
    Monday Sep 25 - Sep 26 @ 10:00 PM
ATM Unit (ft. Jonah kane-West)
Rapture – Jonah Kane-West will be subbing in for Mark Miller tonight. (AP) CHARLOTTESVILLE – Practices for bassassin Dane Alderson’s new trio have been moved to a secret facility said to be located miles below the streets of Belmont. UN inspectors worry the group (which also features drummer Mike Taylor) has harnessed Jazz Fusion Reaction (JFR), which gives off heat approaching that of the core of the Earth. FEMA released a memo last week urging Charlottesville residents, “…the safest place to be during an ‘Alderson Event’ is within 75 ft of the primary energy source.” Better safe than sorry. 21+
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 9:00 AM
Opioid Epidemic Conference
UVA Health System – This conference is free and open to the public, but please register in advance: The opioid epidemic is a crisis in the United States. In Virginia, on average, three people die each day of opioid overdose, and dozens are treated for them in emergency rooms. This conference will highlight how communities can develop community-based, culturally-competent care to address the issues of substance use and related epidemics such as HIV, hepatitis C, and neonatal abstinence syndrome. The conference will emphasize the impact of law, health policy, politics, and stigma on the social determinants of the opioid epidemic and its outcomes, especially as they relate to vulnerable populations. Most conference events will take place in the Rotunda. For a full schedule, visit This conference is being generously supported by the Center for Global Health, Center for Global Innovation and Inquiry, and Center for Health Policy. You can park for the Rotunda in the Central Grounds Parking Garage.
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 11:00 AM
Open Studio Day
Studio Baboo – Our classroom space is available every Tuesday and Friday for an “open studio” session. Bring a project, your own lunch or snacks and enjoy the company of other beaders. As always, our staff is happy to help you plan a project, choose beads or solve problems. Our assistance is contingent upon store traffic and availability of staff. This is not a class and there is no dedicated instructor. There is no fee when you are using supplies you purchased at Studio Baboo. We are unable to offer assistance with product purchased elsewhere. No need to sign up – come and go as your schedule permits. Suitable for students age 16 and up.
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 12:30 PM
Law School App Strategy Session
UVA Career Center – 389 - Newcomb Hall Are you preparing to apply to law school in Fall 2017? This program is ESSENTIAL! Pre-Law Advisor, Rebecca Coulter, will review the importance of timing in the application process, highlight recent UVA application trends, discuss required application materials, explore the Credential Application Service (CAS) in LSAC, and provide tips and strategies for what to expect for the Graduate and Professional School Fair on Wednesday, September 27th. Open to all students. Registration opens on Monday, September 11th. Verify info:
    Tuesday Sep 26 - Nov 28 @ 3:30 PM
Lego Mania
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library – Lego Mania Fourth Tuesdays at 3:30-5pm September 26, October 24, November 28, No December event. Do you want to get together with LEGO-minded people to build great things? All you need to bring is your creativity and natural engineering ability; JMRL will have the building blocks for your next creation. Grades K+.
    Tuesday Sep 26 - Sep 27 @ 5:30 PM
Housing Resource Fairs
UVA Alumni Association- Student Life Membership – Join us to learn about your housing options for 2018 - 2019! Stop by, ask questions, and get the facts before you commit! Hear from Housing & Residence Life staff about on- and off-Grounds choices, learn about budgeting and scholarship details, and talk to students who have actually lived in the places you’re considering for next year. Representatives from Dining, Financial Aid, and off-Grounds housing will be there. Enjoy FREE food, too!