Apple Cider Making Demo
November 18, 10–11am talk, 11am–3pm at Saunders Brothers Farm Market The “Apple Professor” Tom Burford tells tales of established cideries around the world. Live music by Keith Bradley. 277-5455, saundersbrothersfarmmarket.com
LEARNING FUN Arts in the Park
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Rain, snow, or shine! Sunday, December 3 11:00 AM Start Downtown Mall Course: 1 mile
Be a6Claus forStart a Cause! Sunday, December I 11:00 AM I Downtown Mall I Course: 1 mile
Now through November 4, Saturdays at Emancipation Park Artists, musicians, businesses and individuals who work or live downtown will share knowledge in free one-hour classes each Saturday. 977-7607, visitcharlottesville.org
Confidence for Kids
November 4, 2–2:45pm at Northside Library This class teaches students how to have black belt confidence in everyday life. Presented by UpLevel Martial Arts Charlottesville, this class requires registration and adult accompaniment. 973-7893, jmrl.org
Family Art JAMs: Filming Imagination
November 11, 1–3pm for ages 5–7, 3–5pm for ages 8–12 at The Fralin Museum of Art, UVA Programs combining age-appropriate interactive tours with hands-on art activities for children. Adult family members are encouraged to serve as assistants, models and collaborators. 243-2050, uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu
Register online: cvillesantarun.eventbrite.com Put a team together or fund-raise individually and run/walk a mile as
Santa to help The Arc of the Piedmont provide and serve people with
Santa costume for adults and elf hat for kids included with registration. intellectual and developmental disabilities.
All proceeds from this event go to support the programs and services The Arc of the Piedmont provides for people in Charlottesville and the surrounding community living with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thank you for supporting our mission! Event Day Registrants will receive their costumes (Santa suit for adults and elf ears for children). Please arrive to the check-in location at the Sprint Pavilion on the Downtown Mall between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. to receive your costume and turn Awards will be presented in any donations if necessary. No paper tickets to the top corporate team are necessary. and family team for raising money for the Arc of the Piedmont mission!
Enjoy breakfast provided by Whole Foods at 9:30 a.m. to fuel up before your run/walk!
Register online: https://totemfgf.com/web Call 434-977-4002
Girls’ Geek Days
November 11 at Broadus Wood Elementary School Girls learn new tech skills and connect to other STEM programs in the community. Girls in third grade or younger should plan to bring a guardian, too. Registration is required and space is limited. tech-girls.org
YA Author Panel & Book Signing
November 12, 2pm at Central Library Local authors SA Hunter, Theresa Kay, MK England and Morgana Villain will answer questions about the writing process and sign their books. 979-7151, jmrl.org
Read Local: Storytime with Hannah Barnaby
November 13, 6:30pm at Central Library Prepare to cozy up with your snuggly as local author Hannah Barnaby shares a special Starry Nights Storytime. 979-7151, jmrl.org
Strawbee Building Challenge
November 16, 4pm at Northside Library Strawbees are a fun building toy that lets you connect straws. Kids age 5–12 are invited to come build. 973-7893, jmrl.org
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