TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 - Oct 30 @ 9:00 AM
Customer Appreciation Week!
Shine Blowdry Bar – Help Shine Celebrate you with a week full of special rates, giveaways, and popups!! Kid's specials on services as well as a meet and greet with the crew!!
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
Successful Aging Forum 2017: Aging and the Arts
Bon Secours Richmond Health System – Join us for the kickoff event to the 2017 Richmond celebration of International Active Aging Week and discover the joy of healthy and active aging! This theme of the 3rd Annual Bon Secours Richmond Successful Aging Forum is “Aging and the Arts,” and will feature Dr. Ronald Crutcher, renowned musician and University of Richmond president, as keynote speaker. Enjoy a three-course luncheon, a health and wellness expo, a vaccine clinic, a Zumba class, and some of Bon Secours “Top Docs” presenting interesting and engaging ways to age successfully! The event costs $10 and includes lunch. Parking is free. Space is limited, reserve your place today!
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 10:00 AM
ADR Symposium
The Virginia Bar Association – A Place at the Table: Symposium on Attracting 21st Century Clients & Efficiently Solving Their Problems is being presented by the Joint Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the VBA and the Virginia State Bar. The symposium seeks to offer 5 hours of CLE and CME credit, including 1.5 hours of Ethics through four presentations. Senior Justice LeRoy F. Millette Jr., a neutral with The McCammon Group, is the luncheon speaker. Register and view the agenda by following the Find Tickets link.
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Deqn Sue / Elizabeth Owens / Zooanzoo / AfroCat
Gallery5 – Doors 7pm / Music 8pm // ADV $6 / DOS $8 DeQn Sue https://www.deqnsue.com/ https://soundcloud.com/deqnsue Zooanzoo https://soundcloud.com/zooanzoo Elizabeth Owens https://elizabethowens.bandcamp.com/ AfroCat https://soundcloud.com/afrooocat "Deqn Sue is alternative pop with a sharp lyrical edge bursting with message and humor. This Alabama native is a deft song maker whose quick lyrical and sonic turns create surprise. With hints of Funk, R&B, Pop and even vaudeville, she transcends style, spinning words and sounds purely engaged in the now."
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Gong Meditation + Yoga Nidra
Project Yoga Richmond – Join us every Monday night for a Gong Bath Meditation followed by Yoga Nidra! Receive and enjoy the relaxing tones and vibrations of the Gong to relax your body and mind. Be immersed in an ocean of sound allowing the vibrations to wash away the stress of the day as you relax and rejuvenate in an experience uniquely yours. Then take your relaxed body and open mind even further on a guided relaxation journey that is Yoga Nidra. Sleepless, sleep which helps calm the physical body, nervous system, and subconscious mind. Studies show that one hour of Yoga Nidra practice has the regenerative effects of four hours of restful sleep. Class open to all levels. Beginners welcome. Floor poses included. https://projectyogarichmond.org/schedule Instructor: Stacy Abbott
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 8:00 PM
The Appleseed Collective at Capital Ale House Music Hall
Capital Ale House Richmond – The Appleseed Collective at Capital Ale House Music Hall
 
TODAY
    Monday Sep 25 @ 9:00 PM
Worse Curses EP Release w/ Black Mold Jesus, Talk to Plants,Deer Eat Birds
The Camel – Worse Curses EP Release w/ Black Mold Jesus, Talk to Plants and Deer Eat Birds at The Camel
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 - Oct 1 @ 10:00 AM
Aglow International 2017 Global Conference
Greater Richmond Convention Center – For more information, visit https://www.aglow.org/
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 11:30 AM
Seasons of the Soul: Digital Spirituality with Karen-Marie Yust
Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond (BTSR) – Smart phones, social media, and video games are an integral part of contemporary life, especially for young people. Join us for Coffee & Conversation where we we will explore how 'networked' life creates new spiritual challenges and offers opportunities for creative spiritual practices. The conversation begins at 11:30 and concludes with lunch at 12:30pm. This series is brought to us through a generous gift from Hampton Baptist Church in honor of Rev. Chester Brown. Dr. Yust is the Josiah P. and Anne Wilson Rowe Professor of Christian Education at Union Presbyterian Seminary. She is an ordained clergywoman with dual standing in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and United Church of Christ and co-president of the International Association of Children's Spirituality. Dr. Yust is the author of several books and articles on spirituality, including Real Kids, Real Faith, "Digital Play as a Spiritually Formative Activity", "Digital Power: Exploring the Effects of Social Media on Children's Spirituality" and "Drama, Intimacy and Vulnerability: The Spiritual Challenges of Digital Culture" Zoom option available for those at a distance: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/652589549 Or Telephone: Dial: US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 652 589 549
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 - Sep 27 @ 11:30 AM
Symposium 2017
The Garden Club of Virginia – Join Garden Club of Virginia Members and fellow garden and flower enthusiasts for two days of garden-related speakers, artistic and horticulture flower shows and a boutique. http://conta.cc/2uv5drI
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Insomnium at Canal Club
Canal Club – ASPIRE PRESENTS - SEPT 26, 2017 Insomnium (Century Media Records) http://www.insomnium.net/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBZ5SLJmfdw + Special Guests Rebel Drive Inoculum Canal Club - Richmond, VA 6pm doors // $17 adv // $20 dos This is an all-ages show! ==== More Aspire Shows: http://aspirepresents.com Tickets available here: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1479892 #aspirepresents Bio: Hailing from the land of thousand lakes, boasting with a thousand melodies and spawning a thousand emotions comes “Shadows Of The Dying Sun”, sixth studio album of Finland's melodic metal magicians INSOMNIUM. An album born of the melancholy, sorrow and dreariness of long winter nights, as relentless and overwhelming as an autumn storm and yet as refreshing as the first sunbeams of a spring morning and as peaceful as a mild summer's eve. Metal Archives: http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Insomnium/2332
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:30 PM
Oil & Vinegar Tasting Party
Oil & Vinegar Richmond – Join us for a Tasting Party! Join us on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, for a Tasting Party. Learn about olive oils, balsamic vinegars and vinegars – how to choose, how to use, how to enjoy! You will receive a swat bag with goodies and recipes and a 10% discount on your purchase. The cost is $10.00 per person. Please call the store at 804.364.6365 to register.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
RTD Speaker Series: Sports in Virginia
Richmond Times-Dispatch – Calling all sports fans! Find out what’s happening and what’s to come in preps, college and NFL at “Sports in Virginia,” the latest installment of RTD Presents: The 2017 Speaker Series. Plus, get an inside perspective on where sports intersects with news and how a sports reporter becomes vital in news coverage. Featuring RTD Managing Editor Mike Szvetitz, Sports Editor Michael Phillips, columnist Paul Woody, and high school beat reporter Eric Kolenich, this lively forum is a can’t-miss! Where: Virginia Historical Society, Robins Family Forum, 428 N. Boulevard, Richmond 23220 When: 7-8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 26 Tickets: Get a discounted rate of $45 for the next three events, or purchase regular tickets at $20 per event, two for $35. Questions: Email rtdevents@timesdispatch.com Enjoy free onsite parking. Tickets will be available at the door, but you can purchase your tickets online today. Purchase your tickets here: https://www.richmond.com/rtd-presents-speaker-series/
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
9/26: Anima Vox Duo
VCU Music – Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 7 p.m. Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts Free Admission Tadeu Coehlo, flute, and Carole Ott, soprano will present a flute and soprano program. The event is free and open to the public. They will be joined by pianist Daniel Stipe and Tabatha Easley, flute. They will also present a class on collaboration at 5 p.m. in Singleton Center room B15 on Sept 26th, which is also free and open to all.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:30 PM
Mike Gordon
The National – WNRN Presents Mike Gordon (of Phish) Tickets on sale Friday, July 14 at 10 am All Ages End time is approximate
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 8:30 PM
Underground Comedy at Fallout - Open Mic Comedy
Underground Comedy – Hosted by Ray Bullock! Open Mic Stand Up! Comedians Show up by 9PM to sign up, Show starts Promptly at 9:30PM! Sign ups get a 5-15 minute time slot! This is Under Ground Comedy at Fallout so anything can and will happen. Shelby will be on bar with Happy Hour Specials from 8pm to 9pm! You do not have to be a member of Fallout to attend this show!
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 9:00 PM
The Mammoths, Landon Elliott and the Goods at The Camel
The Camel – The Mammoths, Landon Elliott and the Goods at The Camel
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Sep 27 - Oct 1 @ 9:00 AM
2017 Global Conference
Aglow International – In 1967 from one city, in one state, in one nation the Holy Spirit began an incredible work in the lives of women that continues to this day in over 170 nations of the world. God has formed a company of women and men who are not afraid of challenges and who will not shrink back from today’s realities. He trained us, formed us, and made us fit for the day in which we live. This fall, join with thousands of women and men from around the world as we gather to experience His boundless majesty and celebrate Aglow International’s jubilee anniversary.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Sep 27 @ 3:00 PM
Student Majesta-Dore Legnini Presents "Their Home RVA"-Berglund
VCU Honors College – A project that started out as an Honors class and has developed into a campus-wide homelessness awareness resource. Come out to learn how a few weeks of instruction turned into a fruitful partnership with several divisions of the university to help connect students with the residents of Richmond, Virginia. Learn about the services available to RVA's most vulnerable population, how you, as a student, can assist those organizations, and how you can have more positive interactions with the homeless population on VCU's Monroe Park Campus. Preview video available at this link: https://www.theirhomerva.org/media This event will be held in multipurpose room 1303 of the Honors College.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Sep 27 @ 5:00 PM
Night at The theEATre
Theatre VCU – Head over to the Performing arts center to celebrate making it through your first month of classes. Win free tickets and season passes to TheatreVCU performances and events! Featuring 6 stellar local food trucks! Return of the Mac Grilled Meats & Treats The Grapevine Alchemy Coffee The Hungry Turtle SweetFrog