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RICHMOND’S LONG-STANDING HOLIDAY TRADITION LEGENDARY SANTA CELEBRATES 80 YEARS.

The Rink at West Broad Village.  Daily November 11th – January 16th.  Visit the website for admission fees, skate rental fees and operating hours.  Don’t miss the special events – Rock n’ Skate on Fridays and Cartoon Skate on Sundays.  Fee.

Stony Point Fashion Park Skating Rink.  Daily November 12th – January 15th.  Visit the website for admission fees, skate rental fees and operating hours. While you are there, enjoy the  animated light shows that take place at the top and bottom of each hour, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Community Tree.  Fee.

Nightly Animated Light Shows.  Stony Point Fashion Park.  From November 13th – January 2nd, enjoy nightly animated light shows. Animated light shows take place at the top and bottom of each hour, beginning at 5 pm at the Community Tree.

RVA on Ice.  Daily  November 25th – January 3rd.  The entrance, skate rental desk, and the ticket box office, are located near the entrance to Richmond CenterStage located at 600 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA 23219.  All children must be accompanied by an adult. Visit the website for admission fees, skate rental fees and operating hours.  Fee.

Dominion GardenFest of Lights.  Nightly 5 – 10 p.m.  Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.  Dominion GardenFest of Lights is a holiday tradition featuring more than a half million lights, botanical decorations, trains, holiday dinners, family activities and more.
November 25, 2016 – January 9, 2017; closed Dec. 24 & 25.  Fee.

THE NUTCRACKER (WINSLETT/TCHAIKOVSKY).  Carpenter Theatre.  Presented by the Richmond Ballet.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Through December 23rd.  Fee.

Math Exhibit.  Science Museum of Virginia.  Free with museum admission.  Until January 29th, 2017.

Thursday, December 1st

Fit Tots. 10am.   Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  It’s never too early to instill the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles! Participants will be lead through various activities that help develop flexibility and hand-eye coordination.  Free with admission.

It’s A Wonderful Life (NR).  Thur, Dec 1, at 7pm, Fri, Dec 2, at 7pm and Sat, Dec 3, at 2 & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. $1 per person.
*Performers from Henrico Theatre Company will sing and dance to holiday tunes prior to the movie.

Friday, December 2nd

Storytime. 10am. Cartwheels & Coffee, Carytown.  Sponsored by bbgb tales for kids and lead by Miss Hannah, story time will take you to far away lands, introduce you to new friends with all sorts of interesting creatures, and allow you to discover a world of imagination inside your favorite books!   Free with admission.

It’s A Wonderful Life (NR).  Thur, Dec 1, at 7pm, Fri, Dec 2, at 7pm and Sat, Dec 3, at 2 & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. $1 per person.
*Performers from Henrico Theatre Company will sing and dance to holiday tunes prior to the movie.

James Center Illumination.  5:45 pm – 7 pm.  The James Center, between 9th-12th & Cary Streets.  Reindeer and Buildings Illuminate at 6 pm.  Free.

HANDEL’S MESSIAH.  7:30pm.  Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center.  Fee.

Saturday, December 3rd

Bank of America Cardholders get in FREE at all Children’s Museum Locations All Weekend!  This deal applies to the cardholder only.  Bank of America Guest is $9.  Children under 1 are free.  Cardholder must have card on them.  Valid the first FULL weekend of every month.

Boot Camp for New Dads.  9am-Noon.  Locations vary.  Delivered by First Things First of Greater Richmond.  A unique father-to-father community-based workshop prepares and equips expectant dads to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates, and navigate their transformation into dads.  Fee.

Dominion Christmas Parade. 10am-12pm. Science Museum of Virginia.  The 33rd annual Dominion Christmas Parade kicks off the holiday season with giant helium balloons, themed floats, marching bands, and Santa himself! This year’s parade will continue the grand celebration of fun and excitement for all ages! Free.

Reindeer Games.  10am-4pm.  Children’s Museum Chesterfield.  A rotating festival hosted at each of the museum’s 3 satellite locations. Activities include character visits from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Santa’s Reindeer Boot Camp, Santa’s Cookie Workshop (courtesy of Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.), make your own “Reindeer Food”, even make your own flying reindeer (STEM Activity)!   Free with museum admission.
Saturday, December 10, 2016 at CMoR Short Pump
Saturday, December 17, 2016 at CMoR Fredericksburg

Meet Me In St. Louis.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through December. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. $1.99/ticket.

Grand Opening Celebration- Barre None Dance Company.  10am- 1pm.  8119 Staples Mill Road, Richmond, VA.  A fun-filled day at Richmond’s newest dance studio!  This Open House event features a tour of the beautiful, brand new facility, Live Performances by the Elite Company, Free Giveaways, Samples Dance Classes, Face Painting, a Ballet Bun Styling Station, Music, Games, and more!  Registration free if you enroll for classes at the event!

Family Fun Day – Winter Holiday Traditions.  1pm-4pm.  Henricus Historical Park. Enjoy a family event showcasing winter holiday traditions of the 17th Century. The afternoon will be filled with historical activities, arts, crafts and fun. Registration required.

Annual Tree Lighting.  4:30pm.  Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen.  Celebrate the annual tree lighting event at The Cultural Arts CenteTree Lightingr at Glen Allen. The Center welcomes you to this beloved holiday event featuring magical holiday music performances, hot chocolate and cookies, a toasty bonfire, and of course a special visit from Santa to light the 60-foot cedar Christmas tree at The Center’s entrance. Free.

SYMPHONY POPS: LET IT SNOW.  8pm.  Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center.  Fee.

Sunday, December 4th

Bank of America Cardholders get in FREE at all Children’s Museum Locations All Weekend!  This deal applies to the cardholder only.  Bank of America Guest is $9.  Children under 1 are free.  Cardholder must have card on them.  Valid the first FULL weekend of every month.

Old-Fashioned Christmas.  Noon-5pm.  Maymont  Mansion and Carriage House Lawn.  Celebrate a charming, old-fashioned Christmas and experience a tradition enjoyed by generations of families. Victorian ladies and gentlemen graciously welcome you into the Dooleys’ home to marvel at the grand Christmas tree and the beautifully decorated formal rooms, to see the gifts and games of 1893 and to stop by the Belowstairs, where holiday preparations abound. Enjoy horsedrawn carriage rides, visits with St. Nick and Maymont’s Christmas Fairy, good food and drink, festive music, a roaring bonfire and special activities that are sure to fill everyone with a merry holiday spirit. Free activities for families.  Guided mansion tours: $5 per person/$4 members and children age 12 and under. Carriage rides: $5 per person/$4 members and children 12 and under.

SYMPHONY POPS: LET IT SNOW.  3pm.  Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center.  Fee.

Colonial Williamsburg Fireworks.  5pm-7:30pm.  In the 18th century, illuminations, which included the firing of guns and lighting of fireworks, were held to celebrate major events, such as great military victories, the anniversary of the reigning sovereign’s birth, or the arrival of a new colonial governor. Join Colonial Williamsburg for this special day by strolling the Revolutionary City and viewing all the unique decorations. Enjoy musical performances from multiple stages and delight in the fireworks displays from three different locations.  Free, but some events require paid tickets.

Monday, December 5th

Itsy Bitsy Artists.  10am.  Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown. An art experience will be loads of fun and sometimes a little messy. Free with admission.

Tuesday, December 6th

Time to Sing.  10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  You and your little ones will enjoy singing, dancing, and making music together. Kids will use simple instruments and movements to learn new songs as well as sing along with their favorites!  Free with admission.

Weekly Storytime.  11am.  Pottery Barn Kids, Short Pump Mall.  Kids can enjoy some of their favorite books read aloud. Free.

Family Night at Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  6pm-close.  Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  $10 per Race for Groups of Two or More.  Thunderbolt is the perfect place for family fun! Thunderbolt Indoor Karting offers climate-controlled, indoor, electric go-kart racing. Electric karts also means customers won’t have to deal with exhaust fumes – a clean environment for your family. Thunderbolt’s karting experience is perfect for drivers of all experience levels. Their junior karts allow kids to feel the excitement of real racing without the intensity of full-blown adult karting. Junior drivers must be at least 48 inches tall. Centrally located in Chesterfield County just off Midlothian Turnpike near Chesterfield Towne Center. Offer: Must pay together with a group of two or more. Cannot be combined with other coupons, specials or offers.

Wednesday, December 7th

Move with Me. 10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  Clap your hands, stomp your feet, move your bodies to the beat! Miss Sarah Ruppel, of the Richmond Ballet, leads a creative and energetic movement time for your little dancers every Wednesday at 10. Free with admission.

FREE SOCCER TOT CLASS.  10am-11:30am.  XL SPORTS WORLD, Midlothian.  XL Sports World  has new 7 week Winter Season programs starting for kids ages 2 and up the week of January 2nd.  Try a FREE Soccer Tot class (ages 2-5) on the house!! WEEKDAY 10AM CLASSES AVAILABLE as well as weekend classes! Call today at 804-744-4600 or click xlsportsworld.com.

Thursday, December 8th

Fit Tots. 10am.   Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  It’s never too early to instill the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles! Participants will be lead through various activities that help develop flexibility and hand-eye coordination.  Free with admission.

Friday, December 9th

Storytime. 10am. Cartwheels & Coffee, Carytown.  Sponsored by bbgb tales for kids and lead by Miss Hannah, story time will take you to far away lands, introduce you to new friends with all sorts of interesting creatures, and allow you to discover a world of imagination inside your favorite books!   Free with admission.

Home Alone (PG).  Fri, Dec 9, at 7pm, Sat, Dec 10 at 2 & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. $1 per person.

Rompy’s Cookie Decorating Party.  4pm – 5:30pm.  Join Romp n’ Roll for icing, sprinkles, and fun where children will decorate and eat their own holiday cookies! There will also be fun activities in the gym, a moon bounce, and pizza for dinner!  Call 804-364-6363 or register online!  Fee.

Maymont by Moonlight.  5:30pm – 9:30pm.  Enjoy an enchanting holiday evening at Maymont…by moonlight! Elegantly costumed Victorian ladies and gentlemen welcome you to the home of Major and Mrs. James H. Dooley to witness the excitement of Christmas 1893.  A horse-drawn carriage ride under the stars, seasonal refreshments and joyful carol singing by the bonfire make this an evening to remember!  Fee.  Reservations required.

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE.  6pm-8pm.  Pine Camp Arts and Community Center, 4901 Old Brook Road, Richmond VA.  This open house highlights include the celebrated City Dance Theatre; stirring musical entertainment by Donald Coles and Quartet, Youth Reclamation Project.  Reading of the classic tale “A Visit from St. Nicholas” by Clement Clarke Moore, chances to win door prizes, an opportunity to sign holiday cards for veterans,  balloon artist, Uncle Curt, and children’s art activities. The evening highlight with the countdown illumination of the 12 foot holiday tree. Free and all are welcome.

Tween/Teen Game Night.  7:30pm-10pm.  The ARTS Community Center.  Tweens & Teens are welcome to hang out for an evening of games, music and chilling at The ARTS. Food, Music, Friends in a safe environment on a Friday night. $10 a ticket. Tickets must be purchased in advance (by Wednesday, December 7) at The Center or via the website, www.theARTSrva.com.

Saturday, December 10th

Boot Camp for New Dads.  9am-Noon.  Locations vary.  Delivered by First Things First of Greater Richmond.  A unique father-to-father community-based workshop prepares and equips expectant dads to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates, and navigate their transformation into dads.  Fee.

Breakfast with Santa.  9am-11am.  The ARTS Community Center.  Enjoy a Santa Breakfast at The ARTS Community Center that will include a buffet breakfast, photos with Santa and a Sing-A-Long with all of your favorite songs of the season! $5/person or $20 for a family (up to 6 people). Tickets must be purchased at The ARTS by Friday, December 9.

Reindeer Games.  10am-4pm.  Children’s Museum Short Pump.  A rotating festival hosted at each of the museum’s 3 satellite locations. Activities include character visits from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Santa’s Reindeer Boot Camp, Santa’s Cookie Workshop (courtesy of Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.), make your own “Reindeer Food”, even make your own flying reindeer (STEM Activity)!   Free with museum admission.
Saturday, December 17, 2016 at CMoR Fredericksburg

Arthur Christmas.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through Mid September. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. $1.99/ticket.

Home Alone (PG). Dec 10 at 2 & 7pm. Henrico Theatre. $1 per person.

Arena Racing USA.  3pm.  Richmond Colesium.  An exciting, family-friendly entertainment which features half-scale stock cars racing around a high-banked race track inside the Richmond Coliseum. The cars circle the hockey rink sized track at speeds nearing 50-mph – in less than 8 seconds! The racers run 2 and 3 abreast around this indoor track with all of the bumping, rubbing, crashing, and even flipping, normally associated with stock car races. In between the racing action, there is great music, spectator contests, T-shirt cannons, and awesome prizes!  Fee.

James River Parade of Lights.  4pm-8pm.  Osborne Park and Boat Landing.  Enjoy holiday music, a bonfire, and activities to celebrate the magic of the season while watching the parade of decorated boats sail by.  Free.

THE NUTCRACKER (WINSLETT/TCHAIKOVSKY).  Carpenter Theatre.  Presented by the Richmond Ballet.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Through December 23rd.  Fee.

Sunday, December 11th

Court End Christmas.  1pm-4pm.  St. John’s Church, 2401 E. Broad Street, Richmond, 23223.  1:00 – 4:00 pm Church open house 1:00 – 4:00 pm Visitor’s Center open for refreshments and shopping 1:30 – 3:30 pm Santa will be here! Court End Christmas is an annual Richmond tradition – many historic sites located in and near downtown Richmond offer free programming to celebrate holidays. Shuttles will be running between sites.

Monday, December 12th

Itsy Bitsy Artists.  10am.  Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown. An art experience will be loads of fun and sometimes a little messy. Free with admission.

Henrico Concert Band Holiday Concert.  7:30pm. Celebrate the holiday season with director Randy Abernathy and the Henrico Concert Band with a holiday concert for the entire family. Free, call for reservations.

Tuesday, December 13th

Time to Sing.  10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  You and your little ones will enjoy singing, dancing, and making music together. Kids will use simple instruments and movements to learn new songs as well as sing along with their favorites!  Free with admission.

Weekly Storytime.  11am.  Pottery Barn Kids, Short Pump Mall.  Kids can enjoy some of their favorite books read aloud. Free.

Family Night at Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  6pm-close.  Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  $10 per Race for Groups of Two or More.  Thunderbolt is the perfect place for family fun! Thunderbolt Indoor Karting offers climate-controlled, indoor, electric go-kart racing. Electric karts also means customers won’t have to deal with exhaust fumes – a clean environment for your family. Thunderbolt’s karting experience is perfect for drivers of all experience levels. Their junior karts allow kids to feel the excitement of real racing without the intensity of full-blown adult karting. Junior drivers must be at least 48 inches tall. Centrally located in Chesterfield County just off Midlothian Turnpike near Chesterfield Towne Center. Offer: Must pay together with a group of two or more. Cannot be combined with other coupons, specials or offers.

Wednesday, December 14th

Move with Me. 10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  Clap your hands, stomp your feet, move your bodies to the beat! Miss Sarah Ruppel, of the Richmond Ballet, leads a creative and energetic movement time for your little dancers every Wednesday at 10. Free with admission.

FREE SOCCER TOT CLASS.  10am-11:30am.  XL SPORTS WORLD, Midlothian.  XL Sports World  has new 7 week Winter Season programs starting for kids ages 2 and up the week of January 2nd.  Try a FREE Soccer Tot class (ages 2-5) on the house!! WEEKDAY 10AM CLASSES AVAILABLE as well as weekend classes! Call today at 804-744-4600 or click xlsportsworld.com.

Thursday, December 15th

15 Cent Kids Days. Children’s Museum of Richmond. 15¢ Kids Days will offer admission to children for 15¢ on the 15th of each month through 2016 – generously presented by Call Federal Credit Union. Valid at all four locations (Central, Short Pump, Chesterfield, and Fredericksburg), the Museum will feature activities for the entire family.

Fit Tots. 10am.   Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  It’s never too early to instill the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles! Participants will be lead through various activities that help develop flexibility and hand-eye coordination.  Free with admission.

Friday, December 16th

Polar Express (G).  Fri, Dec 16 at 10am & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. $1 per person.

Maymont by Moonlight.  5:30pm – 9:30pm.  Enjoy an enchanting holiday evening at Maymont…by moonlight! Elegantly costumed Victorian ladies and gentlemen welcome you to the home of Major and Mrs. James H. Dooley to witness the excitement of Christmas 1893.  A horse-drawn carriage ride under the stars, seasonal refreshments and joyful carol singing by the bonfire make this an evening to remember!  Fee.  Reservations required.

Saturday, December 17th

Boot Camp for New Dads.  9am-Noon.  Locations vary.  Delivered by First Things First of Greater Richmond.  A unique father-to-father community-based workshop prepares and equips expectant dads to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates, and navigate their transformation into dads.  Fee.

Reindeer Games.  10am-4pm.  Children’s Museum Short Pump.  A rotating festival hosted at each of the museum’s 3 satellite locations. Activities include character visits from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Santa’s Reindeer Boot Camp, Santa’s Cookie Workshop (courtesy of Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.), make your own “Reindeer Food”, even make your own flying reindeer (STEM Activity)!  Free with museum admission.

Elf.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through Mid September. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. $1.99/ticket.

The Possibilities Artist Painting Parties.  2pm-3pm.  Argyle Cupcakes and Frozen Yogurt, 11400 Belvedere Vista Ln, Richmond, VA.  Kids can paint on a small piece of canvas under the direction of The Possibilities Artist, leaving with a masterpiece they created themselves! A free cupcake to each child who attends. Recommended for ages 8 – 11.  Fee.

Christmas with KOS & Susan Greenbaum.  4pm & 7pm. Come join us for an evening filled with holiday favorites from Richmond’s own KOS and Susan Greenbaum. Listen to their unique arrangements and sounds of the seasonal songs you love.  $5 tickets.

Sunday, December 18th

Please see the ongoing events.

Monday, December 19th

Itsy Bitsy Artists.  10am.  Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown. An art experience will be loads of fun and sometimes a little messy. Free with admission.

Rompy’s Jolly Holiday Jam.  5:30pm-7:30pm.  Join Romp n’ Roll for a “jam-packed” night with fun games and activities, dancing and, of course, a yummy holiday treat. What a great way to kick off the holidays!  Call 804-364-6363 or register online!  Fee.

Tuesday, December 20th

Time to Sing.  10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  You and your little ones will enjoy singing, dancing, and making music together. Kids will use simple instruments and movements to learn new songs as well as sing along with their favorites!  Free with admission.

Weekly Storytime.  11am.  Pottery Barn Kids, Short Pump Mall.  Kids can enjoy some of their favorite books read aloud. Free.

Family Night at Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  6pm-close.  Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  $10 per Race for Groups of Two or More.  Thunderbolt is the perfect place for family fun! Thunderbolt Indoor Karting offers climate-controlled, indoor, electric go-kart racing. Electric karts also means customers won’t have to deal with exhaust fumes – a clean environment for your family. Thunderbolt’s karting experience is perfect for drivers of all experience levels. Their junior karts allow kids to feel the excitement of real racing without the intensity of full-blown adult karting. Junior drivers must be at least 48 inches tall. Centrally located in Chesterfield County just off Midlothian Turnpike near Chesterfield Towne Center. Offer: Must pay together with a group of two or more. Cannot be combined with other coupons, specials or offers.

Henrico Pops Chorus Holiday Concert.  7:30pm. Join the Henrico Pops Chorus, under the direction of Bobbie Moore, for an evening of holiday music and fun! Free, call for reservations.

Wednesday, December 21st

Move with Me. 10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  Clap your hands, stomp your feet, move your bodies to the beat! Miss Sarah Ruppel, of the Richmond Ballet, leads a creative and energetic movement time for your little dancers every Wednesday at 10. Free with admission.

Thursday, December 22nd

Fit Tots. 10am.   Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  It’s never too early to instill the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles! Participants will be lead through various activities that help develop flexibility and hand-eye coordination.  Free with admission.

Friday, December 23rd

Storytime. 10am. Cartwheels & Coffee, Carytown.  Sponsored by bbgb tales for kids and lead by Miss Hannah, story time will take you to far away lands, introduce you to new friends with all sorts of interesting creatures, and allow you to discover a world of imagination inside your favorite books!   Free with admission.

Saturday, December 24th

The Polar Express.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through Mid September. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. $1.99/ticket.

Sunday, December 25th

Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 26th

Itsy Bitsy Artists.  10am.  Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown. An art experience will be loads of fun and sometimes a little messy. Free with admission.

Winter Puppetfest – Little Red & the Gingerbread Man.  10:30 and 1pm.   Triangle Players.  Show by Barefoot Puppet Theatre.  Tickets are $10.

Tuesday, December 27th

Time to Sing.  10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  You and your little ones will enjoy singing, dancing, and making music together. Kids will use simple instruments and movements to learn new songs as well as sing along with their favorites!  Free with admission.

Winter Puppetfest – Lollipops for Breakfast.   10:30 and 1pm. Triangle Players.  Show by The Gottabees.  Tickets are $10.

Weekly Storytime.  11am.  Pottery Barn Kids, Short Pump Mall.  Kids can enjoy some of their favorite books read aloud. Free.

Family Night at Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  6pm-close.  Thunderbolt Indoor Karting.  $10 per Race for Groups of Two or More.  Thunderbolt is the perfect place for family fun! Thunderbolt Indoor Karting offers climate-controlled, indoor, electric go-kart racing. Electric karts also means customers won’t have to deal with exhaust fumes – a clean environment for your family. Thunderbolt’s karting experience is perfect for drivers of all experience levels. Their junior karts allow kids to feel the excitement of real racing without the intensity of full-blown adult karting. Junior drivers must be at least 48 inches tall. Centrally located in Chesterfield County just off Midlothian Turnpike near Chesterfield Towne Center. Offer: Must pay together with a group of two or more. Cannot be combined with other coupons, specials or offers.

Wednesday, December 28th

Move with Me. 10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  Clap your hands, stomp your feet, move your bodies to the beat! Miss Sarah Ruppel, of the Richmond Ballet, leads a creative and energetic movement time for your little dancers every Wednesday at 10. Free with admission.

Winter Puppetfest – Lollipops for Breakfast.   10:30 and 1pm. Triangle Players. Show by The Gottabees.   Tickets are $10.

Winter Puppetfest – Little Red & the Gingerbread Man.   7pm Pajama Party.  Triangle Players. Show by Barefoot Puppet Theatre.   Tickets are $10.

Thursday, December 29th

Fit Tots. 10am.   Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  It’s never too early to instill the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles! Participants will be lead through various activities that help develop flexibility and hand-eye coordination.  Free with admission.

Winter Puppetfest – Ty-Rone & Friends.   10:30 and 1pm. Triangle Players. Show by by Ty-Rone.   Tickets are $10.

Winter Puppetfest – The Magic of Hans Christian Andersen.   7pm Pajama Party. Triangle Players.  Show by Applause Unlimited.   Tickets are $10.

Friday, December 30th

Winter Puppetfest – Ty-Rone and Friends.   10:30 and 1pm. Triangle Players.  Show by Ty-Rone.    Tickets are $10.

Saturday, December 31st

Noon Year’s Eve Bash.  10am-2pm.  CMoR Central.  Ring in the New year with The Children’s Museum of Richmond! We will be counting down to noon with a juice box toast, fun crafts and performers. Free with museum admission!

An American Tail.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through Mid September. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. $1.99/ticket.

Sunday, January 1st

Winter Puppetfest – The Magic of Hans Christian Andersen.   1pm and 3pm. Triangle Players.  Show by Applause Unlimited.   Tickets are $10.