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{our town calendar} Let’s Go Behind the Scenes with Archaeology

November 18, 10am–12pm at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Work with authentic artifacts and learn how archaeologists puzzle together pieces of the past to learn about the people who lived at Monticello. 984-9800, monticello.org

Join us for three special events creating Christmas Memories! Gingerbread House Competition and Display Nov. 30: All Gingerbread Competitioin Entry Forms due to the Ronald McDonald House. Dec. 1 & 2: Drop-off Gingerbread House creations at the Omni. Dec. 3 - 6: Free Admission to view the Gingerbread House Village at the Omni.

‘Tis the Season Pancake Breakfast

For full details and updates visit: virginiagingerbreadchristmas.com 434.295.1885 Volunteer opportunities available for these events. Visit the website!

Dec. 9: Meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus and enjoy a delicious breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn. Contact info@rmhcharlottesville.org to reserve tickets.

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Mrs. Claus Invites Dec. 13: Enjoy an afternoon visit with Mrs. Claus and her friends being entertained, doing a craft or two, and decorating cupcakes. (Advance ticket purchase required)

10 am – 5 pm

Forty-five artisans will showcase their work in 24 studios in and around Charlottesville. Local refreshments

Experience fine craft

Witness the process

November 1, 6:30pm at Northside Library Design charming works of art and then shrink them down into jewelry using Shrinky Dinks. Ages 14+. 973-7893, jmrl.org

Northside Pathfinders Club

November 8 & 29, 6:30–8:30pm at Northside Library Love monsters and magic, swords and goblins? Northside’s Pathfinder Club holds game sessions twice a month. All you need is dice and your imagination. Ages 13-18. 973-7893, jmrl.org

November 11, 2pm at Northside Library Join Side by Side for a community dialogue about LGBT and questioning students’ rights in K–12 public schools in Virginia. 973-7893, jmrl.org

Artisans Studio Tour •

Honey I Shrunk the Charms

LGBT Students: Know Your Rights

The 23rd Annual

November 11 & 12, 2017

ESPECIALLY FOR TEENS

Free, self-guided tour

Printmaking Workshop

November 14, 6:30pm at Central Library Learn how to create relief prints with carving tools and water-based inks. All supplies are provided, but you should bring images and sketches for inspiration. Ages 14 and up. Required registration begins October 31. 979-7151, jmrl.org

Society of Women Engineers at UVA High School Visitation

Visit www.artisanstudiotour.com for information and maps.

FAMILY ART JAMs: Age-appropriate tours with hands-on art activities—an enriching experience for the whole family! Save the Date: November 11

uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu

museumoutreach@virginia.edu or 434.243.2050

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November 2017

November 18, 11am–4pm at UVA Apply to attend High School Visitation. The program gives young women a comprehensive look at engineering fields and the UVA engineering curriculum through informative speakers and hands-on design activities. virginiaswe.org

DATE NIGHT Julie Gough: Hunting Ground

Now through December 31 at Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Museum The exhibition is comprised of two video installations and 10 prints by Indigenous Tasmanian artist Julie Gough. 244-0234, virginia.edu

CharlottesvilleFamily's BLOOM November 2017  

Volume 18 Issue 11

CharlottesvilleFamily's BLOOM November 2017  

Volume 18 Issue 11