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Warm Up Fitness Challenge

Your Route, Your Way VA

Participants can take part in a wide range of physical activity options. Teams of up to four or eight will virtually join together to log as many active minutes as possible over one month.

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4th Friday Art Shows

Art Works 320 Hull St., Richmond

The annual Simply Photography exhibit at Art Works. Over the years this photography exhibit has been so popular that they expanded it to include all available galleries. Also exhibiting this month are Xexilia O. Shadows and the Camera Club of…

Free

Studio Series

Richmond Ballet Studios 407 East Canal St., Richmond

Featuring Richmond Ballet favorites presented in new ways, paired with new works that reflect current times – all designed to awaken and uplift the human spirit.

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Ongoing

Young People’s Playhouse On-Demand Performances

Swift Creek Mill Theatre 17401 Jefferson Davis Highway, Colonial Heights

Swift Creek Mill Theatre has been bringing educational and entertaining youth plays to the stage since 1989. Now you can stream performances on any device, with added hands-on activities, plus downloadable games, puzzles, and meet the lovable Drifty the Snowman…

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Busch Gardens Mardi Gras

Busch Gardens Williamsburg 1 Busch Gardens Boulevard, Williamsburg

Busch Gardens' guests will be transported to where the Big Easy meets big thrills as they stroll through eight decorated villages filled with mouthwatering Cajun food, cocktails, and immersive live entertainment and music. Experience iconic roller coasters and attractions, including…

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Parent and Educator Webinar Series

Virtual

Learn from national experts how to help 4th to 8th grade girls face the challenges in today’s world with resilience and self-compassion. Educators will earn 5 Credits for Continuing Education.

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Family Creation Station

Children's Museum of Richmond, All Locations 2626 West Broad Street, Richmond

Taking place with 10 people or less, families are able to sign up for activities kids will love. Classes include creating your own bird feeder, making marbled paper pennants, and more. These family fun projects serve children ages 0 to…

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Banner Lecutre – Arrival of the First Africans in Virginia by Ric Murphy

Virginia Museum of History and Culture 428 North Boulevard, Richmond

Join historian Ric Murphy who will tell the fascinating story of the arrival of the first Africans in Virginia in 1619. He will document a fascinating story of colonialism, treason, piracy, kidnapping, enslavement, and British law.

Free

History Mystery: Where’s Tommie Cole?

Virginia War Memorial 621 South Belvidere Street, Richmond

On February 11, 1966, the cover of Life Magazine featured a photo of a young Army medic in Vietnam, face bandaged, tending to his wounded comrades. The photo became iconic. It captured the mood of a war that was rapidly…

Free

African American Read-In, Day 2

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N Boulevard, Richmond

This program celebrates children’s literature and art created by African and African American artists. Experience these works with your children through discussion, music, movement, and enrichment activities. (Intended audience: children ages 2½ to 8 years; everyone is welcome.)

Free

Weight Loss Virtual Seminar sponsored by Bremo Pharmacy

Virtual

Ideal Protein is a three phase protocol designed to help you set, achieve and maintain your weight loss goals. One on one coaching with medical oversight at Bremo Pharmacy. (Ends Feb 25.)

Free

Foster Parent Information Session

Virtual

Have you considered becoming a foster parent? Please join HopeTree Foster Care for one of their online information sessions to learn more about how your family can become a foster family.

Free

Virtual Jazz Around the Museum

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N Boulevard, Richmond

In conjunction with the Richmond Jazz Society, Dominion Energy Jazz Café offers an extra-special night of music and dancing.

Free

Prospective Parent Meeting

Virtual

Enrolling now for in-person classes, grades K through 3rd grade. Learn about our affordable, high-quality elementary school program with reliable and safe in-person classes available. Grades K through 3 in 2021-22 with more grades to be added in future years.

Free

Krapp’s Last Tape

Firehouse Theatre 1609 W. Broad St., Richmond

On the occasion of his 69th birthday, Krapp enacts his annual ritual of listening to a tape that he recorded on a previous birthday (his 39th) as a prelude to recording his view of the year just passed. Produced by…

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