Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Brunch w/ Dead Giveaway at The Camel
The Camel – Brunch w/ Dead Giveaway at The Camel
Sunday Nov 19 @ 2:00 PM
UR Department of Theatre & Dance Presents: "The Crucible"
Modlin Center for the Arts – Witch Hunt! The phrase has haunted us through the centuries, but what and who is being hunted is always at the heart of the issue. From the witches of early American Salem, to the communists of the 1950s, to the leaks and secret assignations in today’s Washington, D.C.––how do the ethics of the individual relate to the community at-large? These are the central issues of Arthur Miller’s searing drama, The Crucible. Hysteria rips at the very fabric of Salem society in this wrenching condemnation of a famous witch hunt. But Miller is speaking about more than history when he suggests that the actions of one person can send a shockwave through the halls of power. This event is part of the Tucker-Boatwright Festival of the Arts.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 2:15 PM
Participating in the Ashland Olde Time Holiday Parade
TrainTown CrossFit – TTCF will have a sweet Fitness Float in the AOTHP!! We will be bearing gifts for the spectators. Come out and see us as we treck the course to the end, showing off our equipment, our skeelz, our cool peeps, and some of our fitness. Hopefully that will spur some conversation within you to come see what we're all about!!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 3:00 PM
Pastor Leggett's 6th Anniversary At MPBC
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church – Guest preacher Bishop Jerome Williams from New Testament Church located in Portsmouth VA will be delivering the message. Dinner will be served following the message .
Sunday Nov 19 @ 3:00 PM
3rd Annual Perform 4 Hunger Event with all proceeds going to The Giving Heart Foundation at The Camel
The Camel – 3rd Annual Perform 4 Hunger Event with all proceeds going to The Giving Heart Foundation at The Camel
Sunday Nov 19 @ 5:15 PM
Talk Saves Lives- Workshop
New Song Church – "TALK SAVES LIVES" Guest Speaker: Shirley Ramsey, from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Hanover Community Services Crisis Intervention Team & New Song Church are inviting you and our local community for dinner & discussion on the topics of grief, loss, depression, suicide risks & warning signs, along with how to utilize coping skills & available resources when help is needed. This event is free! Please share with others & invite a friend! After attending you will be able to.... 1) Understand more about the journey of grief, types of loss (death, divorce, cancer & other health related diseases, car accidents, etc.), & helpful coping strategies. 2) Recognize symptoms of depression, suicide warning signs, along with risk & protective factors. 3) Know who to contact if you are concerned for yourself or someone else. To learn more about "Talk Saves Lives" & other resources, go to: Hanover Community Services Board at www.hanovercounty.gov/358/Community-Services-Board American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at www.AFSP.org The Dougy Center at the National Center for Grieving Families & Children at www.dougy.org
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:00 PM
Suppressive Fire / Cremains / Murdersome
Gallery5 – Doors 7pm / Sounds 8pm // DOS $7 Suppressive Fire https://suppressivefire.bandcamp.com/ Cremains https://cremainsrva.bandcamp.com/ Murdersome https://fearthemurdersome.bandcamp.com/releases
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:30 PM
MeWithoutYou, Pianos Become The Teeth at The Broadberry Nov 19
RVA SHOWS – mewithoutYou Pianos Become the Teeth Slow Mass Date: November 19 Venue: The Broadberry Times: Doors at 6:30 and Show at 7:30 Tickets: www.richmondshows.com --on sale Friday August 18 at 12pm
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:30 PM
UR Department of Music Free Concert Series: UR Wind Ensemble
Modlin Center for the Arts – Director David Niethamer will conduct music from the classic repertoire for wind ensemble, including Ralph Vaughan Williams’ English Folk Song Suite and Country Band March by Charles Ives. Trombonist Ben Anderson will be the soloist for Daniel Bukvich’s Jack Teagarden Enters Heaven (1997).
Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 PM
Coalition Theater – Every Sunday, The Refinery showcases three sets of brand spanking new comedy. Come see some of the best up-and-coming acts in RVA present their freshest material, hot and melty right out of the oven.
Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 9:00 PM
Spectrvm: Captain Pizza & Friends **free**
The Camel – Spectrvm presents an alternative take on electronic music in Richmond, showcasing the best variety of styles in music outside the typical EDM fare. Doors - 8pm Show - 9pm 21+ - Free 18+ - $3 Service Charge Captain Pizza https://soundcloud.com/captpizza Resonata https://soundcloud.com/resonata Vapor Rave https://soundcloud.com/vapor-reibu Sunrizen https://soundcloud.com/sunrizen
Monday Nov 20 @ 4:00 PM
VCU SGA – SGA is hosting its annual Friendsgiving in the Larrick Court End Ballrooms on Monday, November 20, 2017 at 4pm. Make sure to bring a canned food item to receive a plate! Make sure to bring your VCU ID to be swiped in. See you there. Oh, and bring a friend!
Monday Nov 20 @ 4:30 PM
11/20: Violin & Viola Studio Recital
VCU Music – Monday, November 20, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. Recital Hall James W. Black Music Center Free Admission
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Traitors, Sabella at Canal Club
Canal Club – Aspire Presents Monday November 20th, 2017 Traitors - The Cruel Life Tour Traitorsfl.bandcamp.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVo_2z2dtOs SABELLA Sabellaofficial.bandcamp.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txu7S3a-SiY + Special Guests: Shadows BETRAYER Silent on Fifth Street Canal Club - Richmond VA 6pm doors // $12 adv // $15 dos This is an All Ages Show! === More Aspire Shows: http://aspirepresents.com/
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Living in Relationship: an indigenous perspective on herbalism
Sediment Arts – SEDIMENT WORKSHOPS PRESENTS: Living in Relationship: an indigenous perspective on herbalism w/ Lena Walker Monday, November 20th 6pm-7:30pm Embedded in the language of the Ojibwe people of the Great Lakes is a worldview that is quite unlike the worldview of the dominant culture. It is a world where plants and animals have the same standing as human beings. It is a world in which we can all communicate with each other. It is a world of reciprocity and relationship. In this workshop, led by herbalist and artist Lena Walker, we will explore different ways to interact with the plants we use for healing and food. We will discuss the myriad ways that we can make plants a part of our daily lives and we will do a journey to a plant facilitated by the use of a flower essence that will empower you to find your own relationship with the plant people. *FREE Attendance is limited Please reserve online at sedimentarts.org/workshops Lena Welker is a metis woman of Anishinaabe descent. She is the owner of Medicine Lake Herbals specializing in energetic herbalism. She also teaches with her husband David at their Blue Heron Outdoor School located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains near Amherst, VA. Many of the classes are held at Wildcroft Hollow, a registered botanical sanctuary that they founded in 2005. http://www.medicinelakeherbals.com/ https://www.blueheronoutdoorschool.com/
Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
11/20: Piano Area Recital
VCU Music – Monday, November 20, 2017 at 7 p.m. Recital Hall James W. Black Music Center Free Admission
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
11/20: Horn Studio Recital
VCU Music – Monday, November 20, 2017 at 8 p.m. Recital Hall James W. Black Music Center Free admission
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 5:30 PM
Thanksgiving Dinner & Worship
Richmond's First Baptist Church – Thanksgiving Feast and Worship Service is Tuesday, November 21. • Dinner seatings: 5:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. • Worship: 6:30 p.m., Sanctuary Meal tickets (required) are available in the Sunday reception room on Sundays and in the Boulevard hallway on Wednesdays. All tickets are $6.00. Menu: Roast Turkey and Gravy, Sweet Potato Casserole, Corn Bread Stuffing, French Green Bean Casserole, Sister Schubert’s Roll, Cranberry Sauce; Choice of Dessert: Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie, Chocolate Crème Pie or Fruit Cup.