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Special Nights for Special Needs

Children's Museum of Richmond, Downtown 2626 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA

A free night for families with children with disabilities on the third Friday of each month. The events will open for registration about a week prior to the scheduled date. Capacity limit of 100 people.


Special Nights

Children's Museum of Richmond, Downtown 2626 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA

This is a free night for families with children with disabilities. Registration opens a week prior to the scheduled date. Please be aware that we have a capacity limit of 100 people per play session.


Parents Night Out

Triangle Rock Club Richmond 4700 Thalbro St, Richmond, VA

This great climbing event takes place on Friday night's for youth ages 4 and up (participants must be able to independently use the restroom). Participants will get to climb, enjoy dinner, and make a small craft to take home. Included: rental harness, TRC staff belayers, and pizza dinner.


Rock ‘n’ Heal

Bon Secours Training Center  2401 W. Leigh Street, Richmond, Virginia

COVID-19 safety protocols are in place to ensure the health and safety of all guests. Listen to music from Futurebirds and celebrate the amazing frontline medical volunteers that heal our WPP kids and our wonderful city each and every day. Party Pods are available for groups of 4 and 6 people. Each pod will include…


Kings Dominion Opening Day

Kings Dominion 16000 Theme Park Way, Doswell, VA

With more than 60 rides, shows and attractions, Kings Dominion offers a full day of fun for everyone. Kids love to let loose at Planet Snoopy and thrill-seekers can get their adrenaline fix on their collection of world-class coasters and rides. Soak City waterpark opens June 19. Reservations required.


Treesure Hunt 2021

Pine Camp Arts and Community Center 4901 Old Brook Rd, Richmond, virginia

Bike or walk to all 9 tree spots any time this May, or visit on Saturday, May 22nd to pickup free Loblolly Pine and Eastern Redbud seedlings at either end of the route. This year's route includes 9 locations ranging from special Richmond trees and to community reforestation projects around town.


Story Time with Belle

Wings of Hope will host a story time featuring Belle's book, entitled Big Belle. Attendees will enjoy a reading of the book by the author, Jorg Huckabee-Mayfield; a meet and greet with Belle; photo by Ashley Cogbill ; and a book mark with Belle's hoof print.


Jeff Beatman Performance

Children's Museum of Richmond, Downtown 2626 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA

Come watch him perform songs with guitar, finger plays, tell stories, and read stories. Jeff also has programs for Elementary and Middle Schoolers. Museum admission required.


SPARC Pop-Up Class (Grades: 9th to 12th)

SPARC 2106-A North Hamilton Street, Richmond, Virginia

A socially distant performing arts class for high schoolers in an outdoor classroom. This one-time-only class provides a great opportunity to learn a little bit about what they do in longer-term SPARC classes.


11th Annual Mutt Strut Pet Cancer Awareness Walk

Libbie Mill-Midtown Libbie Lake E St, Richmond, VA

FETCH a Cure’s 11th Annual Mutt Strut Pet Cancer Awareness Walk raises awareness and funds for animal companions battling cancer. The afternoon walk at Libbie Mill in Richmond is about one mile. Virtual walkers also welcome. Register at


ActionBound RVA: Family Friendly Scavenger Hunt

Explore the city from a new perspective and connect with the history and culture of Richmond's diverse faith organizations. Driving tour, with several stops, begins with family activites at First Baptist Church and concludes at Chimborazo Park. Free T-shirts, ice-cream and other goodies. Sponsored by One Tree Many Branches Interfaith Friendship Org. Register at…

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