Festivals & Events

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into March, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

Check out these upcoming festivals and their links for more information  

  • Craftsmen’s Classic Spring Art & Craft Festival – Richmond Raceway – 3/13-15

Featuring hundreds of artists and crafts people at the 36th festival. Take a tour and enjoy the exhibitions throughout the weekend. 

https://www.virginia.org/listings/Events/CraftsmensSpringClassicsArtCraftFestivalRichmond/

 

  • 2020 Richmond Children's Business Fair - Dewey Gotwald Center Science Museum of Virginia - 3/14

A great way to get

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into February, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

 Check out these upcoming festivals/events and their links for more information: 

  • Freedom Fridays - Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia - 2/7

Freedom Friday is back @ the BHMVA! Come by on the first Friday of the month and enjoy live Jazz and free admission to Virginia's Black History Museum's exhibitions.

https://www.blackhistorymuseum.org/preserve-stories-that-inspire/

  • ChinaFest: Year of the Metal Rat - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts - 2/8

Enjoy performances, activities

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This year's Super Bowl LIV will decide the National Football League's champion. The NFC Champions, the San Francisco 49er's, will face off against the AFC Champions the Kansas City Chiefs, in one of the most viewed athletic game in the continental United States. This Super Bowl will mark the end of the NFL's One Hundredth season and will be held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. With the popularity of the sport of football and the excitement around which Super Bowl commercial will be the next big hit, the "Big Game" serves as something very important to fans, as it brings together families, friends and strangers alike this Sunday. Like last year, we'll be providing you with some of our team member's predictions and their favorite Super Bowl

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into January, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

 Check out these upcoming festivals/events and their links for more information:

  • Richmond Road Runners Club's First Day 5k and Kids Fun Run/Walk - ACAC Midlothian - 1/1

https://runsignup.com/rrrcfirstday5k

  • Dancing with the Stars: Live! -  Altria Theater - 1/9

https://www.altriatheater.com/events/detail/dancing-with-the-stars-live-2020

  • Animal Encounters at Maymont - Maymont Park - 1/18

https://maymont.org/event/animal-encounters-20/

  • Tucker-Boatwright Festival of Literature &
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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the holiday diversity of the area. As we move into December, Richmond continues to host a variety of events to celebrate the Holiday Season.

Check out these upcoming events and their links for more information:

 

  •       Dominion Energy Gardenfest of Lights – Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens – 11/22 - 1/6

Take part in this light extravaganza with one million twinkling lights, decorations, activities, and your favorite holiday treats.

https://www.lewisginter.org/visit/events/dominion-gardenfest-of-lights/

 

  •       Holiday Merriment at Maymont – Maymont – 11/22 – 1/5

Visit Maymont and enjoy the holiday lights and events for all ages.

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into November, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

 Check out these upcoming festivals/events and their links for more information:

 

  •       2019 Greek Mini-Festival – Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral – 11/14-16

Bring the entire family to this indoor festival featuring Greek authentic cuisine, dancing, and specialty vendors.

http://www.vagocathedral.org/assets/images/Fliers/Greek%20MiniFest_8x10_Web%20Flyer_2019.jpg

 

  •       Inlight Richmond Festival & Lantern Parade – Chimbrazo Park – 11/15-16

Take a stroll and

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Sponsored by the ASPCA – if you are looking for a new pet, visit a local shelter to adopt your new furry friend. This National cause was established in 1981 in response to overcrowding of dogs and puppies in shelters. With around 3.3 million dogs entering shelters every year, come out and adopt and/or volunteer at your local shelter to help these cute pups find their new forever homes. 

Check out our local shelters in Richmond – 

  •       Richmond SPCA - 2519 Hermitage Rd, Richmond, VA 23220

https://richmondspca.org/

 

  •       Richmond Animal League - 11401 International Dr, North Chesterfield, VA 23236

https://www.ral.org/

 

  •       Richmond Animal Care & Control - 1600 Chamberlayne Ave, Richmond, VA 23222

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into October, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

 Check out these upcoming festivals/events and their links for more information:

  • Richmond Folk Festival - Browns Island- 10/11-13

Bringing over 200,000 people together last year. Enjoy music, dance, crafts and delicious food!

https://www.richmondfolkfestival.org/?fbclid=IwAR2Bloy_DFyECerP9RYAoKRMKaa9V_KUACe6VMXIc09J6bQN70kZgzJS_qE

 

  • 16th Louisa County Fall Harvest Festival – Walton Park – 10/12

Get the entire family together to enjoy crafts, face painting, hayrides, and lots of

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Richmond is rich with culture and festivals celebrating the diversity of the area. Many types of festivals are celebrated each month with activities for all ages. As we move into September, Richmond continues to host a variety of events.

 Check out these upcoming festivals/events and their links for more information:

  • World Heritage Festival - Brown's Island - 9/7

Explore different cultures with performances, crafts, food and so much more.

https://patch.com/virginia/richmond/calendar/event/20190907/491340/world-heritage-festival-richmond-va

 

  • Hanover Vegetable Farm Crab Fest – Hanover Vegetable Farm - 9/7

https://www.facebook.com/events/283051499027029/

Crabs, BBQ, live music, door prizes and adult beverages.

 

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Looking to enjoy the Labor Day weekend before we kickstart the school year? Take a look at some of these Richmond attractions to enjoy before going back to school.

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  • Flying Squirrels Baseball Game - 3001 N. Boulevard Richmond - Aug 30th & 31st

Attend a game at the ballpark and cheer on the Richmond Flying Squirrels

https://www.milb.com/richmond

  • Spots on James River – Richmond – Aug 30 through Sept 2nd

Take a dip into the James River to cool off and enjoy a lunch/cookout on the shore

Check out Belle Isle, 42nd Street/Butter Milk Trail/Ready Creek Trail, Texas Beach/Northbank Trail, Pony Pasture Park, Robious Landing Park, etc.

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