Events Calendar

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The Science Museum of Virginia’s newest touring exhibition, Curious George™: Let’s Get Curious!  Based on H.A. and Margret Rey’s classic stories and the popular PBS KIDS® television series, Curious George’s world jumps off the pages and screen before your very eyes. Take a journey through George’s neighborhood where he lives with his best friend, the Man with the Yellow Hat, and explore the familiar places and beloved characters you know and love. Included with Museum admission.

Virginia Repertory Theatre’s Pinocchio, Friday, March 29th – May 5th, at the Children’s Theatre at Willow Lawn. This play tells the classic tale of Geppetto’s little wooden puppet whose only wish is to be a real boy.

M&T Bank Butterflies LIVE! and The Art of Play open at Lewis Ginter in April.  Daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Included with Regular Garden admission.  Visit the website for details on opening dates.

Monday, April 1st

Spring Break Fun.  So, you are home this Spring Break and need to bring the fun for your kiddos?  Click here for are some ideas to get you started.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Peep Into Your Favorite Book.  4:00pm – 5:30pm.  Richmond Public Library – Main location, Children’s Activities Room.  Kids and teens (ages 8+), come get creative using the iconic Easter candies: PEEPS! Choose your favorite book or literary character then create a diorama inside a shoe box. They provide all the materials.  Registration for this event is required to ensure enough supplies for everyone.  For more information, contact your local branch or Jenn Deuell at 646-4740.  Free.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Tuesday, April 2nd

Spring Break Fun.  So, you are home this Spring Break and need to bring the fun for your kiddos?  Click here for are some ideas to get you started.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

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

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Wednesday, April 3rd

Spring Break Fun.  So, you are home this Spring Break and need to bring the fun for your kiddos?  Click here for are some ideas to get you started.

Imagination Re-Creation.  10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  For ages 2 ½–5. Explore cardboard, newspaper, and more! Use recycled materials and found objects to make earth-friendly art projects. Fee.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Thursday, April 4th

Spring Break Fun.  So, you are home this Spring Break and need to bring the fun for your kiddos?  Click here for are some ideas to get you started.

Up, Down, Turn Around. 10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  Ages 14–30 months.  Play with spatial concepts and experience the galleries from different perspectives. Afterwards, experiment with dimensional art materials.  Fee.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Friday, April 5th

Spring Break Fun.  So, you are home this Spring Break and need to bring the fun for your kiddos?  Click here for are some ideas to get you started.

The Bizarre Bazaar.  The Richmond Raceway Complex, 600 E. Laburnum Ave. Richmond, VA 23222.  Through April 7th. A spring gift show with exclusive exhibitors with unique offerings of seasonal gifts and decorative accessories for the home and garden, gourmet food and cookbooks, fine linens, designer women’s and children’s clothing, toys, fine crafts and artwork, furniture and jewelry. Fee.

Movie Time  – Peppa Pig-The Easter Bunny. 10:30am – 11:00am.  Richmond Public Library, Main location – Children’s Activities Room.  For Ages 0 – 7.  Snacks provided. For more details contact 804-646-4768.  Free.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Escape From Mr Lemoncello’s Library. 11:30am – 1:00pm. Richmond Public Library, Main location – Children’s Activities Room.  For Ages 8-12. Snacks provided. For more details contact 804-646-4768.  Free.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Avengers: Infinity War (Rated PG-13).  Apr 5 at 7pm and Apr 6 at 2pm & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. Tickets just $1 per person and can be purchased at the door.

Science After Dark: The Final Fur. 5pm-9pm.  The Rat Basketball Association is preparing for the annual March Ratness tip off! Our whiskered players will represent the final teams of their college compatriots as they go head to head in this unique tournament. Grab pom-poms and watch the action as you learn about the techniques used to train our furry veteran and rookie contenders!  And if basketball-playing rats is not enough, explore three floors of exhibits and get hands-on as you make your own basketball net, build a newspaper basketball tower and build a catapult to sling a ball through a hoop. You can even compete in a basketball shooting showdown!  Then head to The Dome for special all-live Cosmic Expeditions at 6:30 and 7:15 pm; space is limited to the first 250 guests at each show, no ticket required. Stick around for a showing of Space Jam (rated PG) at 8 pm. After the shows, step outside to stargaze through telescopes with the Richmond Astronomical Society, weather permitting.  Science After Dark admission is $10 for the general public and free for Museum members and college students with a valid ID. Admission includes exhibits and event programming. Guests can add the feature film in the Dome for $5; members may use a Dome pass if they wish.

Special Nights for Special Needs.  5:30-7pm.  Children’s Museum Chesterfield.  An evening for families with children 15 years old and younger who have challenges or disabilities.  The night includes museum exploration, adapted materials, a cool-down space, and a reduced number of visitors.  Free admission for families of children with behavioral health and development challenges.
No reservation required.

Kids Night Out. 6pm-9pm. Romp n’ Roll – Midlothian and West End locations. Every kid deserves a special night out…and so do the parents! Parent’s get an evening to themselves while the children, ages 2 to 5, get an evening to themselves while the children get to run and play with our energetic instructors and enjoy a pizza party dinner! Children do not need to be potty-trained. To reserve your space call 804.364.6363. Fee.

Saturday, April 6th

Kids Workshop – Birdhouse.  9am-Noon.  Local Home Depot stores.  Join the hands-on Kids Workshop and you and your child can build a special project.  All kids get to keep their project, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last. Children must be present at the store to participate in the workshop and must be accompanied by an adult  Registration required – select your local store.  Free.

Boot Camp for New Dads.  9am-Noon.  Varied locations.  Facilitated by the Relationship Foundation of Virginia.    This 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.  Suggested donation.

Nurture RVA Birth & Baby Fair.  10am-3pm. Science Museum of Virginia.

The Bizarre Bazaar.  The Richmond Raceway Complex, 600 E. Laburnum Ave. Richmond, VA 23222.  Through April 7th. A spring gift show with exclusive exhibitors with unique offerings of seasonal gifts and decorative accessories for the home and garden, gourmet food and cookbooks, fine linens, designer women’s and children’s clothing, toys, fine crafts and artwork, furniture and jewelry. Fee.

Family Classic Movies – Despicable Me.  10am.  The Byrd Theater.  Featuring a classic WB cartoon & Mighty Wurlitzer concert before each show. $4 per ticket.

Me, Myself, and Art – Infants.  10:30–11:45am.  VMFA  Art Education Center. For ages 3–13 months.  Explore concepts of identity, community, and expression, then create personalized portraits using a variety of materials.  Fee.

Me, Myself, and Art – Toddlers.  10:30–11:45am.  VMFA Art Education Center.  Ages 14–30 months. Explore concepts of identity, community, and expression, then create personalized portraits using a variety of materials. Fee.

Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party!  Saturday 10:30am & 2:30pm and Sunday 10:30am.  Altria Theater.  Fee.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Easter Egg Hunt.  11am-1pm.  Bensley Park, 2900 Drewry’s Bluff Road, North Chesterfield. Meet the Easter Bunny, collect eggs and prizes and enjoy clowns, face painting, a bounce house and more. Egg Hunt will begin at noon. Age categories for the hunt are 0-2, 3-5, 6-12. Bring your basket. No registration required.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Stories at the Museum.  11am.  Virginia Museum of History & Culture, formerly the Virginia Historical Society.  Enjoy a group reading of a history-themed book and a craft activity during Stories at the Museum.   Included with admission.

Avengers: Infinity War (Rated PG-13).  2pm & 7pm.  Henrico Theatre. Tickets just $1 per person and can be purchased at the door.

Richmond Kickers Game.  5pm.  City Stadium.  Fee.

Sunday, April 7th

The Bizarre Bazaar.  The Richmond Raceway Complex, 600 E. Laburnum Ave. Richmond, VA 23222.  Through April 7th. A spring gift show with exclusive exhibitors with unique offerings of seasonal gifts and decorative accessories for the home and garden, gourmet food and cookbooks, fine linens, designer women’s and children’s clothing, toys, fine crafts and artwork, furniture and jewelry. Fee.

Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party!  Saturday 10:30am & 2:30pm and Sunday 10:30am.  Altria Theater.  Fee.

Spring Petting Farm.  11am-6pm.  Short Pump Mall.  Come visit baby lambs, bunnies, chicks and more at our annual Spring Petting Farm located on the lower level between Crate & Barrel & Pottery Barn. A suggested $1 donation per person benefits the Maymont Foundation. Through April 7th.

Flying Squirrels Kids Club Game.  1:05pm.  The Diamond.  All kids 14 and younger are invited to join the FREE Squirrel Tails Kids Club, the official kids club of the Richmond Flying Squirrels. Membership receives these great member benefits: A FREE General Admission ticket to every Sunday home game, Play catch on the field before every Sunday home game, Kids run the bases after every Sunday home game, Kids-themed giveaways and character meet & greets at select Sunday home games.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Monday, April 8th

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Crafty Mondays – Recycled Flower Containers.  4pm-5pm.  Richmond Public Library – Main Library.  Make DIY recycled flower containers? For more details contact 804-646-4768.

Tuesday, April 9th

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

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Free Irish Dance Class.  6:00-6:30pm.  Crossroads Irish Dance, 730-B Research Road, Richmond, VA 23236.  Ages 5 to 12 Years-No Experience Needed.  Learn Irish Dance in Just 30 Mins. Meet Some Champion Dancers. FREE Crossroads Gift For Each Attendee.  $10 Coupon For 6 Week Session OR Summer Classes.  **Spaces Limited** Reserve Your Spot Today.

Wednesday, April 10th

Mommy and Me and Daddy, too. 10am.  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.  Free.

Imagination Re-Creation.  10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  For ages 2 ½–5. Explore cardboard, newspaper, and more! Use recycled materials and found objects to make earth-friendly art projects. Fee.

Painting: How to Use Acrylics.  Wed, Apr 10, 17, 24, 5–7 pm (3 sessions).  VMFA.  For ages 13–17. Create original artworks on canvas while exploring a variety of traditional and non-traditional painting techniques with acrylic paints and mediums. Fee.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Thursday, April 11th

Up, Down, Turn Around. 10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  Ages 14–30 months.  Play with spatial concepts and experience the galleries from different perspectives. Afterwards, experiment with dimensional art materials.  Fee.

Silk Painting.  4:15–6pm.  VMFA Art Education Center. For ages 5–8. Explore traditional and modern approaches to the art of silk painting and create a vibrant fabric of your own. Fee.

Drawing and Watercolor. Thu, Apr 11, 18, 25, 4:15–6 pm (3 sessions).  VMFA Art Education Center. For ages 9–12. Combine the world of drawing and painting! Discover new drawing techniques and materials, including water pens and inks.  Fee.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

Friday, April 12th

Mom and Me Easter Egg Hunt.  10am – Noon.  Spring Run Presbyterian Church, 6601 Woodlake Village Pkwy, Midlothian.  RVA moms, grab an Easter basket and join us for the 4th Annual MOYC Mom & Me Easter Egg Hunt for kiddos ages 6 and under!  In addition to the Egg Hunt, there will be face painting, activities for the kiddos, and balloon twisting. The more the merrier, so bring a friend or two. FREE and open to the community. Held Rain or Shine. To streamline registration so you can spend less time in line and more time having fun, please PREREGISTER HERE: https://springrunpc.churchcenter.com/ registrations/events/218457   Or, as always, you can register at the event.  Q’s? email office@springrunpc.org

EGGSTRAVAGANZA!  2:00-3:30pm or 4:00pm-5:30pm.  Hop over to Romp n’ Roll for their EGGstravaganza where kids will enjoy an egg-citing egg hunt and activities!  Preregistration is required.  Fee.

Open Jump.  Various Times. Pump It Up Hanover.  Fee.

CarMax $1 Dollar Night.  5pm-7:30pm.  CMoR Downtown, 2626 W Broad St.  Museum admission is only $1 per person for the entire family!

Kids Night Out. 6pm-9pm. Romp n’ Roll – Midlothian and West End locations. Every kid deserves a special night out…and so do the parents! Parent’s get an evening to themselves while the children, ages 2 to 5, get an evening to themselves while the children get to run and play with our energetic instructors and enjoy a pizza party dinner! Children do not need to be potty-trained. To reserve your space call 804.364.6363. Fee.

Saturday, April 13th

Virginia529 Kids Run.  8am.  Cathedral Place near Laurel St.  This one-mile event for kids ages 5-12 features all of the excitement of the 10k. They’ll kick off the morning by warming up with music and mingling with some local mascots until the start gun goes off. After racing their little hearts out, they’ll finish to the roar of a crowd through the same chute as the 10k-ers, where they’ll get a commemorative medal and head into a secure meeting area.  Fee.

EASTER BUNNY BREAKFAST. 9am-11am.  Stony Point Fashion Park.  Kids 10 and under will want to hop on over to Dillard’s courtyard for a complimentary continental breakfast, face painting, balloon twisting, giveaways and the opportunity to strike a pose with the Easter Bunny.  RSVP by Wednesday, April 3.

Boot Camp for New Dads.  9am-Noon.  Varied locations.  Facilitated by the Relationship Foundation of Virginia.    This 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.  Suggested donation.

School of the Musketeer at Henricus. Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – Apr 14 @ 5:00 pm.  Henricus Historical Park.  A fun and interesting weekend of life in the 17th century! Learn how to fire a matchlock musket, be part of a live fire cannon crew, handle a pike, and experience the thrill of dueling with swords.  Fee.

Family Classic Movies – MegaMind.  10am.  The Byrd Theater.  Featuring a classic WB cartoon & Mighty Wurlitzer concert before each show. $4 per ticket.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Sheep to Shawl.  Noon-4pm.  Meadow Farm Museum at Crump Park.  Spring is here and it is time to shear the sheep. Clothos Handspinners demonstrate the art of processing wool. Try your hand at carding, spinning, and weaving. Hear about our rare Gulf Coast Native Sheep. Buy a fleece right off the sheep to benefit the Friends of Meadow Farm. Make a wool craft. Enjoy music under the shade of the trees. Food and vendors will also be available. Free.

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live.  John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville.  April 13th and 14th.  Times vary.  Fee.

Sunday, April 14th

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live.  John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville.  April 13th and 14th.  Times vary.  Fee.

Richmond Family Magazine Summer Adventure Expo.  1pm-4pm.  PeakRVA Indoor Climbing & Fitness at SCOR, 1385 Overbrook Road, Richmond, VA.    This event is rain or shine. Free.

Liberty or Death Reenactment.  1:15pm-2:45pm. Historic St John’s Church.  Come witness the extraordinary rhetoric of Patrick Henry as he convinces his fellow delegates to take up arms against the King!  1:15 PM Front Doors open. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.  1:30 PM Music program begins. 1:45 PM Reenactment begins (no admittance after program begins or church is at capacity).  Tickets are required.

Monday, April 15th

Foster Parent Information Session.  6:30pm-7:30pm. Baptist General Association of Virginia, 2828 Emerywood Parkway, Richmond, VA 23294.  Do you have room in your heart and home for a child in need?  Do you want to make a positive difference in the life of a child?  Have you considered becoming a foster parent?  Please join HopeTree Foster Care to learn more about how your family can become a foster family.  Call (804) 201-9006 or email ShannonU@HopeTreeFS.org for more information.

Tuesday, April 16th

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

Foster Parent Information Session.  6:30pm-7:30pm. HopeTree Family Services Foster Care Offices, 11745 Chester Rd., Chester, VA 23831.  Do you have room in your heart and home for a child in need?  Do you want to make a positive difference in the life of a child?  Have you considered becoming a foster parent?  Please join HopeTree Foster Care to learn more about how your family can become a foster family.  Call (804) 201-9006 or email ShannonU@HopeTreeFS.org for more information.

Wednesday, April 17th

Imagination Re-Creation.  10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  For ages 2 ½–5. Explore cardboard, newspaper, and more! Use recycled materials and found objects to make earth-friendly art projects. Fee.

Thursday, April 18th

Up, Down, Turn Around. 10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  Ages 14–30 months.  Play with spatial concepts and experience the galleries from different perspectives. Afterwards, experiment with dimensional art materials.  Fee.

Friday, April 19th

Impressed by Nature.  5 – 7pm. VMFA Art Education Center.  Recommended for children ages 5–12, accompanied by an adult.  Discover how to make prints with plants! Experiment with Gelli plate prints and other printmaking techniques using objects found in nature. Fee.

Drawing: Perspective. 5–7pm.  VMFA Art Education Center. For ages 13–17.  Master techniques for conveying a sense of depth in your artwork, using linear and aerial perspective to mimic what the eye sees.  Fee.

Kids Night Out. 6pm-9pm. Romp n’ Roll – Midlothian and West End locations. Every kid deserves a special night out…and so do the parents! Parent’s get an evening to themselves while the children, ages 2 to 5, get an evening to themselves while the children get to run and play with our energetic instructors and enjoy a pizza party dinner! Children do not need to be potty-trained. To reserve your space call 804.364.6363. Fee.

Saturday, April 20th

Robots and Mudpies Preschool Open House.  9am-Noon.  Robots and Mud Pies π Preschool is the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education (STEM) focused preschool in the Richmond area.   Robots and Mud Pies π Preschool is a half day program for children ages 2 years old through 5 years old with a morning session and an afternoon session.  They believe children are highly motivated, independent explorers and investigators who should be honored and respected for their potential and capabilities.  To that end they hope to create an environment where children are excited to learn through hands-on experiences. Robots and Mud Pies π Preschool is now holding open houses for families interested in learning more about enrollment for the fall of 2019. Please check out the website at www.RobotsAndMudPiesPreschool. com or call us at (804) 447-3329.

Kindergarten Kickoff.  9am-1pm.  Children’s Museum Downtown, 2626 W Broad St, Richmond.  Join the Children’s Museum of Richmond’s education department for fun, educational activities to help prepare children for kindergarten, introduce them to a classroom routine and a chance to board a REAL school bus.

Easterpalooza. 11am-1pm. Westchester Commons.  The event will be held in the field next to Glow Golf (301 Perimeter Drive). Meet the Easter Bunny himself, who will have treats for everyone. Plus, an Easter Egg Hunt for ages 5 and under, inflatables, face painting, balloon artists, juggling entertainment and an Easter Bonnet Contest (for all ages)! Don’t miss all the fun, just before the EB hops your way!

Dominion Energy Family Easter.  10am to 3pm.  Maymont Carriage House Lawn. Guests are sure to have an egg-cellent experience as they enjoy amusing games and activities, visits with the Easter Bunny,  food trucks, live entertainment, and more. Event tickets required for most activities.

Family Classic Movies – The LEGO Movie.  10am.  The Byrd Theater.  Featuring a classic WB cartoon & Mighty Wurlitzer concert before each show. $4 per ticket.

Easterpalooza!  11am-1pm.  Westchester Commons, 15786 WC Main St, Midlothian.  The event will be held in the field next to Glow Golf (301 Perimeter Drive). Meet the Easter Bunny himself, who will have treats for everyone. Plus, an Easter Egg Hunt for ages 5 and under, inflatables, face painting, balloon artists, juggling entertainment and an Easter Bonnet Contest (for all ages)! Don’t miss all the FREE fun, just before the EB hops your way!

Family Movie Time – The House with a Clock in Its Walls (PG).  11am.  Richmond Public Library – Main location.  Snacks provided. For more details call:804-646-4768. Free.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Stories at the Museum.  11am.  Virginia Museum of History & Culture, formerly the Virginia Historical Society.  Enjoy a group reading of a history-themed book and a craft activity during Stories at the Museum.   Included with admission.

Easter Egg Hunt.  Noon-3pm.  Stony Point Fashion Park.  Children from ages two to ten are invited to bring their Easter Basket and hunt for eggs with the Easter Bunny. Children will be placed in groups based on age – Ages 2 to 4 Play Area, Ages 5 to 10 in Triangle Park.  Lawn games begin at 1 pm – Sack Race, Egg & Spoon Race, Blanket Pull, Egg Toss.  Free.

Standing Easter Bunny Craft.  Noon-5pm.  Cabela’s.  Free Craft. See store for details.

PEEK-A-BLOOM WITH PETER RABBIT.  1pm – 4pm.  Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.  Peter Rabbit greets visitors and poses for photographs (both days) during Peek-a-Bloom with Peter Rabbit. Concert on Bloemendaal Lawn (Saturday only; 2-3 p.m.). Also on April 21st.  Regular Garden admission.

Free Egg Hunt.  2pm.  Cabela’s.  Registration 1:30pm.  Ages 2-10. Find 5 eggs and return for candy.  See store for details.

Ralph Breaks the Internet (Rated PG).  Apr 20 at 2pm & 5pm.  Henrico Theatre. Tickets just $1 per person and can be purchased at the door.

Sunday, April 21st

Standing Easter Bunny Craft.  Noon-4pm.  Cabela’s.  Free Craft. See store for details.

PEEK-A-BLOOM WITH PETER RABBIT.  1pm – 4pm.  Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.  Peter Rabbit greets visitors and poses for photographs (both days) during Peek-a-Bloom with Peter Rabbit. Concert on Bloemendaal Lawn (Saturday only; 2-3 p.m.). Also on April 21st.  Regular Garden admission.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Tuesday, April 23rd

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

Wednesday, April 24th

Imagination Re-Creation.  10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  For ages 2 ½–5. Explore cardboard, newspaper, and more! Use recycled materials and found objects to make earth-friendly art projects. Fee.

STEM Weather Stations.  4pm-5pm.  Richmond Public Library, Main location.  Do you like to observe the weather and discover ideas about how to make weather stations? Cool! Bring out your inner meteorologist. Learn about STEM Weather Stations and learn the science behind them. Free.

April 24th – 27th

The Clothesline Children’s Spring & Summer Sale.  Regency Square Mall – Inside the mall next to JCPenney.
Wednesday April 24 … 9a to 8p
Thursday April 25 … 9a to 8p
Friday April 26 … 9a to 6p (25% off marked tags)
Saturday April 27 … 9a to 2p (50% off marked tags)

April 24th – May 5th

Cutie Kids Consignment Children’s Summer Sale.  Inside Regency Mall, 1420 N Parham Rd, in the old Victoria’s secret store.

Thursday, April 25th

Up, Down, Turn Around. 10:30am or 4pm.  VMFA.  Ages 14–30 months.  Play with spatial concepts and experience the galleries from different perspectives. Afterwards, experiment with dimensional art materials.  Fee.

Creative Kites.  4:15–6pm. VMFA Art Education Center. For ages 5–8.  Japanese kites are among some of the most spectacular kites in the world! Learn about their history and aesthetic to inspire your own flying innovations. Fee.

Friday, April 26th

Kids Night Out. 6pm-9pm. Romp n’ Roll – Midlothian and West End locations. Every kid deserves a special night out…and so do the parents! Parent’s get an evening to themselves while the children, ages 2 to 5, get an evening to themselves while the children get to run and play with our energetic instructors and enjoy a pizza party dinner! Children do not need to be potty-trained. To reserve your space call 804.364.6363. Fee.

Saturday, April 27th

Family Classic Movies – Hook.  10am.  The Byrd Theater.  Featuring a classic WB cartoon & Mighty Wurlitzer concert before each show. $4 per ticket.

Battle at Osborne’s Landing – Revolutionary War Re-enactment.  10am-5pm.

Digital: Intro to Photoshop.  1–4pm.  VMFA, Pauley Center, Computer Lab.  For ages 13 – 17. Learn to digitally alter images and design graphics using the essential tools and functions of Adobe Photoshop. Students are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own flash drives. Fee.

Tessellation Station.  1–4pm. VMFA Art Education Center. For ages 9–12.  Check out patterns and tessellations found in Islamic arts. Use geometric pattern blocks as a bridge between Eastern and Western artwork before creating your own tiles. Fee.

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Richmond Kickers Game.  7pm.  City Stadium.  Fee.

Sunday, April 28th

Animal Presentations.  Various Times.  Maymont Nature Center.  Enjoy these free presentation with nature center admission.

Tuesday, April 30th

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