Events Calendar

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Wednesday, March 1st

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.

Homeschool Happenings: Life Cycles.  10am – 10:45am.  Maymont Nature Center.  Fee.

Thursday, March 2nd

FREE SOCCER/TBALL (ages 2-5) & Lacrosse (ages 4-7).  XL SPORTS WORLD, 2300 Oak Lake Blvd, Midlothian, VA 23112. Last two FREE classes before our Spring Season starts the week of March 6. Please call 804-744-4600 or comment what day/time. Soccer is Thursday(3/2) at 10am. TBall is Thursday(3/2) at 10am and Lacrosse is Thursday(3/2) at 11am.

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.

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Celebration.  10am-4pm.  Children’s Museum of Richmond – Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  Celebrate the 113th birthday of Dr. Seuss with a very special guest reader, First Lady of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Dorothy McAuliffe, for a Dr. Seuss storytime! Additional fun includes character appearances and a Happy Birthday Cupcake Decorating Workshop* (*while supplies last).  Free with museum admission.

Enchanted Engagement with Emma.  10:15am – 11:00am.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  Each Thursday morning, enjoy a magnificent adventure led by Ms. Emma.  Explore the world through music, art, games and laughter . Free with museum admission.

Friday, March 3rd

Busy Bees Kidsignment Sale.   Located inside the American Family Fitness in Mechanicsville, VA.  Maternity clothing, children’s clothing, toys, baby items, strollers, car seats and more!
Fri, Mar 3 from 9:30 am – 7 pm
Sat, Mar 4 from 9 am – 12 pm
Sat, Mar 4 from 1 pm – 5 pm, 50% off Sale

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.

Special Night for Special Needs.  5:30pm – 7:30pm.  CMoR Chesterfield.  Special Night for Special Needs is an evening especially for the families of children with special needs age 10 and under.  Visitors enjoy all the museum has to offer and benefit from the availability of adapted materials, special activities, a cool-down space and reduced number of visitors.  Free.

Kid’s Fun Night.  6pm-8pm.  All Fired Up.  On the first Friday of each month, drop the kids (ages 5 to 12) off for a fun-night of pottery painting.  Students will create a ceramic piece from wet clay, glaze a piece from our collection of bisque, enjoy games and eat a pizza dinner—all for less than the price of a babysitter! Pre-registration required by noon on Friday. $25 per child (plus tax).

Saturday, March 4th

Busy Bees Kidsignment Sale.   Located inside the American Family Fitness in Mechanicsville, VA.  Maternity clothing, children’s clothing, toys, baby items, strollers, car seats and more!
Fri, Mar 3 from 9:30 am – 7 pm
Sat, Mar 4 from 9 am – 12 pm
Sat, Mar 4 from 1 pm – 5 pm, 50% off Sale

St. Andrew’s UMC Children’s Consignment Sale.  8am – 12pm and half price sale 1pm – 2:30pm.   9801 Fort King Rd, Richmond, VA.   Cash or check only.

Fairy Tale Fitness Grand Opening.  10am-4pm.  CMoR Chesterfield, 6629 Lake Harbour Dr, Midlothian, VA.  Fairy Tale Fitness is an exhibit in which families follow the yellow brick road through a variety of fitness challenges! This happily-ever-after-day will include your favorite fairy tale characters, face painting, balloon twisting , Education Extravaganzas, and guest readers who will share about their careers and read their favorite children’s books!  Visit the website for a full schedule.  Free with museum admission.

Sunday, March 5th

Open Studio Sunday.  1pm – 4pm.  VMFA, Art Education Center.  Make Open Studio Sunday part of your family’s monthly routine! Visit the Art Education Center anytime between 1 and 4 pm to participate in art activities inspired by objects from the VMFA collection. A new art project is offered every month, led by VMFA Youth Studio staff and volunteers.  (For groups of eight or more children, please email youthstudio@vmfa.museum.)  Children must be accompanied by an adult.  Free, no registration required.

Monday, March 6th

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, March 7th

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.

Wednesday, March 8th

The Clothesline Children’s Spring Consignment Sale. Regency Square, North Parham Road, Richmond.  This sale includes children’s spring and summer clothing (infant through teens/juniors), boutique clothing, maternity wear, shoes, accessories, baby equipment & gear, nursery decor, bathing & feeding supplies, electronics, books, toys, and more!
Weds. Mar 8 from 9am to 8pm
Thu, Mar 9 from 9am-8pm
Fri, Mar 10 from 9am-6pm 25% off marked tags
Sat, Mar 11 from 9am-2pm 50% off marked tags

Mommy and Me and Daddy, too. The Square at Willow Lawn.  Join Willow Lawn on the second Wednesday of EVERY month from 10am to 11:30am as they  host a free morning out with live entertainment and activities designed to enhance parents´ interaction with their children.  This month – Chris Campbell: Music For Kids

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.

Homeschool Mornings: Food Chains.  10am – 10:45am.  Maymont Nature Center. Fee.

Homeschool Happenings: Creatures of the Night.    11am – 11:45am.  Maymont Nature Center. Fee.

Thursday, March 9th

The Clothesline Children’s Spring Consignment Sale. Regency Square, North Parham Road, Richmond.  This sale includes children’s spring and summer clothing (infant through teens/juniors), boutique clothing, maternity wear, shoes, accessories, baby equipment & gear, nursery decor, bathing & feeding supplies, electronics, books, toys, and more!
Weds. Mar 8 from 9am to 8pm
Thu, Mar 9 from 9am-8pm
Fri, Mar 10 from 9am-6pm 25% off marked tags
Sat, Mar 11 from 9am-2pm 50% off marked tags

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.

Enchanted Engagement with Emma.  10:15am – 11:00am.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  Each Thursday morning, enjoy a magnificent adventure led by Ms. Emma.  Explore the world through music, art, games and laughter . Free with museum admission.

Friday, March 10th

The Clothesline Children’s Spring Consignment Sale. Regency Square, North Parham Road, Richmond.  This sale includes children’s spring and summer clothing (infant through teens/juniors), boutique clothing, maternity wear, shoes, accessories, baby equipment & gear, nursery decor, bathing & feeding supplies, electronics, books, toys, and more!
Weds. Mar 8 from 9am to 8pm
Thu, Mar 9 from 9am-8pm
Fri, Mar 10 from 9am-6pm 25% off marked tags
Sat, Mar 11 from 9am-2pm 50% off marked tags

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.

Special Night for Special Needs.  5:30pm – 7:30pm.  CMoR Fredericksburg.  Special Night for Special Needs is an evening especially for the families of children with special needs age 10 and under.  Visitors enjoy all the museum has to offer and benefit from the availability of adapted materials, special activities, a cool-down space and reduced number of visitors.  Free.

Harlem Globetrotters.  7pm.  Richmond Coliseum.  Fee.

Saturday, March 11th

SPRING KIDS’ CLOTHING & TOY CONSIGNMENT SALE.  7:30-11:15am and half price sale Noon-2pm.   Christ Church, 5000 Pouncey Tract Rd, Glen Allen, VA.

Mothers of Young Children Clothing and Toy Sale.  8am-Noon and Half-price sale 1pm-2pm.  West End Assembly of God, 401 North Parham Road  Richmond, VA 23229.  All donated items go to RVA area missions and profits help International Missions along with Side by Side a single mom’s ministry.  No children, no strollers.

The Clothesline Children’s Spring Consignment Sale. Regency Square, North Parham Road, Richmond.  This sale includes children’s spring and summer clothing (infant through teens/juniors), boutique clothing, maternity wear, shoes, accessories, baby equipment & gear, nursery decor, bathing & feeding supplies, electronics, books, toys, and more!
Weds. Mar 8 from 9am to 8pm
Thu, Mar 9 from 9am-8pm
Fri, Mar 10 from 9am-6pm 25% off marked tags
Sat, Mar 11 from 9am-2pm 50% off marked tags

Celebrate Reading Month.  10am-4pm.  CMoR Short Pump, 11800 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  March is National Reading Month! The Children’s Museum of Richmond will celebrate the month with spectacular story times featuring guest readers who will share about their careers and read their favorite children’s books, as well as fairy tale activities and Education Extravaganzas throughout the day!  Free with museum admission.

The Tale of Despereaux.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through March. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. New price- $4/ticket.

Animal Encounters.  11am.  Maymont Nature Center.  Fee.

Behind the Scenes.  1pm.  Mamont Nature Center.  Fee.

So Silly! Musical Playdate.  11:00-11:40am.  Melody Magic Music Studio, 3041 Lauderdale Drive.  Catch a case of the giggles! Tap into the joy of laughter as kids wiggle, boing, and jiggle with silly sounds and songs, all the while developing age-appropriate skills through music! Hold onto your funny bones — and get SO SILLY! Ages 0-5 years, with a parent. Advance registration required.  Fee.

Robots and Mud Pies Preschool Open House for Fall Enrollment.  11am-1pm.  2517 Grenoble Road, Henrico VA 23294.  Drop by to learn more about the innovative curriculum at Robots and Mud Pies Preschool.  Additional dates March 15th.  Free.

Arena Racing USA.  7pm.  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.

Sunday, March 12th

Let Me Call You Sweetheart: Musical Playdate. 4-4:40pm.  Melody Magic Music Studio, 3041 Lauderdale Drive.  A love-themed musical playdate! Dance to “Love somebody”, play instruments to “I Love My Family” and enjoy many more love-themed activities!  Ages 0-5 years, with a parent. Advance registration required.  Fee.

Monday, March 13th

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, March 14th

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.

Short Pump Pals Clubhouse Meeting.  11pm.  Short Pump Mall, upper level near LL Bean.  Have fun with Bricks for Kidz.

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

Wednesday, March 15th

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.

Homeschool Mornings: Habitats of Virginia.  10am-10:45am.  Maymont Nature Center.  Fee.

Homeschool Happenings: Wetland Exploration. 11am-1pm.  Maymont Nature Center and Grounds. Fee.

Robots and Mud Pies Preschool Open House for Fall Enrollment.  5pm-6:30pm.  2517 Grenoble Road, Henrico VA 23294.  Drop by to learn more about the innovative curriculum at Robots and Mud Pies Preschool.  Free.

Thursday, March 16th

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.

Kids Club.  10am-11:30am.  Regency Square Mall, near the food court.  A fun event for kids 8 and under.  Every third Thursday of the month.  This month – Together time with SPARC.  Free.

Enchanted Engagement with Emma.  10:15am – 11:00am.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  Each Thursday morning, enjoy a magnificent adventure led by Ms. Emma.  Explore the world through music, art, games and laughter . Free with museum admission.

Rockin’ Road To Dublin.  7:30pm.  Carpenter Theatre, 600 E Grace Street, Richmond VA 23219.  Following sell-out shows in the Northeast, Rockin’ Road To Dublin is coming to Richmond on their 2017 national tour! Rockin’ Road to Dublin is the new sensation that combines the art of an Irish dance show, the power of a Rock-N-Roll concert, all with the finish of a Broadway theatrical production.  Fee.

Friday, March 17th

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.

Arena Racing USA.  7pm.  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.

Saturday, March 18th

Celebrate Reading Month.  10am-4pm.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  March is National Reading Month! The Children’s Museum of Richmond will celebrate the month with spectacular story times featuring guest readers who will share about their careers and read their favorite children’s books, as well as fairy tale activities and Education Extravaganzas throughout the day!  Free with museum admission.

Secret of the Kells.  10am. 2pm sensory friendly screening.  Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through March. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. New price- $4/ticket.

Monday, March 20th

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, March 21st

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.

Wednesday, March 22nd

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, March 23rd

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.

Enchanted Engagement with Emma.  10:15am – 11:00am.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA.  Each Thursday morning, enjoy a magnificent adventure led by Ms. Emma.  Explore the world through music, art, games and laughter . Free with museum admission.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Out of This World.  Richmond Coliseum. Coming to Richmond for 9 Shows March 23-26 as part of the farewell tour.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Fee.

Friday, March 24th

Clean Closet Sale.  Inside U-Turn Sports, 2101 Maywill Street, Richmond, VA.
Fri, Mar 24 from 11am to 9pm
Sat, Mar 25 from 9am to 9pm
Sun, Mar 26  50%Off Sale 11am to 3pm

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.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Out of This World.  Richmond Coliseum. Coming to Richmond for 9 Shows March 23-26 as part of the farewell tour.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Fee.

Friday Night Writes.  6-8:30pm.  For ages 9-12.  Make it a night out with Richmond Young Writers: a Friday evening upstairs with a pen in one hand and a slice of pizza in the other. Let your parents fend for themselves at a nearby restaurant while we crank out stories and get crazy with the cheese whiz. New twists on some favorite games, silent movie screenwriting skits, terrarium tales, speed Haiku and shadow puppetry are all on the menu. Bring your night vision goggles, a journal and an empty belly!  Session theme – Fire.  Fee.

Saturday, March 25th

Clean Closet Sale.  Inside U-Turn Sports, 2101 Maywill Street, Richmond, VA.
Fri, Mar 24 from 11am to 9pm
Sat, Mar 25 from 9am to 9pm
Sun, Mar 26  50%Off Sale 11am to 3pm

Celebrate Reading Month.  10am-4pm.  CMoR Fredericksburg.  March is National Reading Month! The Children’s Museum of Richmond will celebrate the month with spectacular story times featuring guest readers who will share about their careers and read their favorite children’s books, as well as fairy tale activities and Education Extravaganzas throughout the day!  Free with museum admission.

How To Train Your Dragon.  10am. Byrd Theatre. Family Classics every Saturday Morning Through March. With Bob Gulledge at the Mighty Wurlitzer and Classic Warner Brothers Cartoons. New price- $4/ticket.

A CHILD’S GUIDE TO THE ORCHESTRA WITH REALLY INVENTIVE STUFF.  11am.  Carpenter Theatre with the Richmond Symphony.  Arrive early for a free pre-concert festival, featuring the instrument petting zoo and enjoy interactive activities for the whole family that will enhance your concert experience. Pre-concert festivities begin at 10am in Rhythm Hall. LolliPops concerts are ideal for children ages 5 and up, but music lovers of all ages are welcome.  Fee.

Virginia Dance Festival.  2 shows : 2pm & 7pm.  James River High School, Midlothian.  Celebrating their 18th anniversary to benefit Children’s Hospital Foundation of Richmond.   An educational experience for the entire family with over 400 dancers, from many cultures, displaying all styles of dance. Silent Auction during the 2:00 show and we welcome area businesses to donate to the event.  Tickets available on line.  Fee.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Out of This World.  Richmond Coliseum. Coming to Richmond for 9 Shows March 23-26 as part of the farewell tour.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Fee.

Sunday, March 26th

Clean Closet Sale.  Inside U-Turn Sports, 2101 Maywill Street, Richmond, VA.
Fri, Mar 24 from 11am to 9pm
Sat, Mar 25 from 9am to 9pm
Sun, Mar 26  50%Off Sale 11am to 3pm

Maymont Farm to Re-Open.  Noon-4pm.  Maymont.  The Farm at Maymont will open its barn doors once again after a year-long renovation project, funded through the Spirit of Generosity capital campaign. The farm entrance and barn have been closed since mid-April 2016 for the construction. Improvements and expansion at the site will provide new guest amenities and create new program opportunities. Projects include a complete renovation of the barn interior and additional outside paddocks; a new classroom building with two large rooms for educational programs and birthday parties; a new play area; expansion and structural improvements to restroom facilities; a new welcome area; a new hand-washing station; and an expanded parking lot. In addition, a rain garden and bio-retention area.   Guests can feed the farm animals, watch animal training with the goats, greet Percy the donkey, take selfies with the animals and a tractor, meet Richmond mascots including Nutzy the Flying Squirrel and Seymour the Friendly Dinosaur from C-MOR (Children’s Museum of Richmond), watch juggling performances by Jonathan Austin, ride a trackless train, adopt a Maymont animal, support the farm with an engraved paver, and more. Free; fees for some activities.

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Out of This World.  Richmond Coliseum. Coming to Richmond for 9 Shows March 23-26 as part of the farewell tour.  Visit the website for show times and ticket prices.  Fee.

Monday, March 27th

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, March 28th

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.

Wednesday, March 29th

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, March 30th

Kindergarten Readiness Forum.  9:00am-10:30am.  CMoR Central, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23220.  A free, informative program focused on preparing your preschool-age child for kindergarten and a lifetime love of learning.  Key Topics: The critical role parents play in kindergarten readiness, How parents can assess a child’s readiness for school and various learning environments, Preparing your child for success in the classroom and beyond.  This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.   Free childcare is available on a limited, first come, first serve basis. Reservations must include age of child(ren) and names.

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, March 31st

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.

Shoptot Children’s Consignment Sale.  Regency Square Shopping Mall, 1420 N Parham Rd, Richmond, VA.
Fri, Mar 31 from 12pm -6pm
Sat, Apr 1 from 10am-6pm
Sun, Apr 2 from 12pm-3pm Many items 50% off.

Arena Racing USA.  7pm.  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.

Friday, March 31st – Sunday, April 2nd

The Bizarre Bazaar.  The 25th Spring Market.  Richmond Raceway Complex, 600 E. Laburnum Ave, Richmond, VA.  Fee.