June 22nd – 28th


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A Million BloomsButterflies LIVE! and WaterPlay. Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. Fee with Garden Admission.  

The 17th Annual Richmond Shakespeare Festival at Agecroft Hall. 7:30pm. June 4th – 28th. One of Shakespeare’s most delightful comedies. Arrive at 6pm and stroll through the gardens, or bring your picnic dinner to enjoy on the lawn while being serenaded with songs and monologues from the Festival Young Company actors. Then enjoy the performance in comfortable outdoor stadium style seating. Fee.

Monday, June 22nd

Itsy Bitsy Artists. 10am. Cartwheels and Coffee, Carytown.  More process than product, your art experience will be loads of fun and sometimes a little messy. Add some color to the world each Monday! FREE with admission.

Flying Squirrels Game.  12:05pm.  The Diamond.  Fee.

Monday, June 22nd – Friday, June 26th

SUPER-SAVER TEEN MONEY CAMP. 1pm. Tuckahoe Library. Virginia Credit Union presents this free workshop to teach middle and high school students how to manage money. There will be hands-on learning activities, computer research time, and group interaction. Participants must commit to attend daily for the entire week. Register one time to attend all five days, June 22-26. Online registration with library card begins May 1. Sponsored by the Friends of the Tuckahoe Area Library. Registration required. Free.

Tuesday, June 23rd

Regal Summer Movie Express Just $1. 10am. Regal Short Pump Stadium 14, Regal Commonwealth Center Stadium 20, Regal Westchester Commons Stadium 16, and Regal Virginia Center Stadium 20. This week – Earth to Echo & The Boxtrolls. First-come, first-seated. $1 per person.

Free Kids Summer Film Series at Bow Tie Cinemas. 10am. Movieland at Boulevard Square, Richmond.  This week – Rio 2. First-come, first-seated.   Free.

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.

Marvel Comics Movie. 1:30pm. Glen Allen Library. Start summer vacation with the second movie in the new Spider-Man series. They’ll have snacks and give away a movie gift card at the screening. Wear something Marvel Comics-related for an extra entry in the contest! For teens. Free.

Family Jump Night.  6pm-8pm.  Pump It Up, 9555 Kings Charter Drive, Suite I, Ashland , VA.  Come play on the giant, soft, fun-filled interactive inflatables during Family Jump Time, then enjoy a pizza dinner together! Pizzas and 2-liter drinks can be ordered at check-in, and food will be available later in the playtime. Check the calendar for any schedule changes. Fee.

Flying Squirrels Game.  6:35pm.  The Diamond.  Fee.

Wednesday, June 24th

Regal Summer Movie Express Just $1. 10am. Regal Short Pump Stadium 14, Regal Commonwealth Center Stadium 20, Regal Westchester Commons Stadium 16, and Regal Virginia Center Stadium 20. This week – Earth to Echo & The Boxtrolls. First-come, first-seated. $1 per person.

Free Kids Summer Film Series at Bow Tie Cinemas. 10am. Movieland at Boulevard Square, Richmond.  This week – Rio 2. First-come, first-seated.   Free.

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.

All Together Now! Music for Kids. 10m & 1pm. A fun-filled and interactive concert! Musician Chris Campbell blends folk, pop, and Americana in this engaging and energetic musical experience for the whole family that includes, singing, laughter, and lots of motion! Reservations can be made beginning May 26 by calling 328-4491. Free.

Flying Squirrels Game.  6:35pm.  The Diamond.  Fee.

Marvel Comics Movie.  2pm.  Gayton Library, Henrico County.  Marvel unites the superhero team-up of a lifetime in this movie. They will be giving away a movie gift card at the screening. Wear or bring something Marvel Comics-related, and you will get an extra entry into the drawing for this prize. Snacks will be provided. Sponsored by the Friends of the Gayton Library. For tweens and teens. Free.

Thursday, June 25th

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.

Flowers & Fidos After 5. 5pm-9pm. Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.  Stroll through the gardens; enjoy live music, wine and beer, dining and shopping. Garden partners with Richmond SPCA on second Thursdays of each month and allows leashed pets (Fidos After 5). WaterPlay in the Children’s Garden is open until 8 p.m. during Flowers After 5 (weather permitting). Free with Garden admission.

Picnic and Music in the Park! 5:30pm-8pm. Deep Run Park.  Take the night off from making dinner and enjoy an evening of good food and good music! Bring a blanket or lawn chair and spend a casual evening in the park. Enjoy delicious food from local food truck vendors and stay for a concert at the Nature Pavilion by Henrico Community Band! Free.

Flying Squirrels Game.  6:35pm.  The Diamond.  Fee.

Friday, June 26th

Storytime. 10am. 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.

Applause Unlimited on the Ha’Penny Stage.  4pm.  Dogwood Dell.  Part of the 59th Annual Festival of the arts, sponsored by the City of Richmond Parks Department. The Ha’Penny Stage behind the Carillon is a center for children’s theatre and entertainment during the Festival of Arts. Programs include music, theatre, juggling, story-telling and more.  Free.

Parent’s Night Out.  6:30pm-10:30pm.  Pump It Up, 9555 Kings Charter Drive, Suite I, Ashland , VA.  The kids will be happy with an evening of jumping, games, dinner and a movie! 4-12 years old.  Fee.

Flying Squirrels Game.  7:05pm.  The Diamond.  Fee.

Who’s Awake? A Family Night Hike. 7:30pm. Maymont Nature Center.  Meet some of Maymont’s nighttime residents and learn about their nocturnal adaptations through experiments, games and a hike of the grounds. Owls, skunks and many other creatures of the dark will help shed some light onto their mysterious ways. Ages 4 and older; adult must accompany children ages 15 and under. Fee.

Movies in the Park Series.  8:30pm (or when it gets dark). Blackwell Playground, 1450 Maury Street, Richmond VA 23234. This week – Muppets Most Wanted.  A weekly friday night, city-wide event, open to the public.  Bring your refreshments, blankets and chairs and enjoy the movie.  Free.

Saturday, June 27th

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.

5th Annual Arts & Culture Xpo, presented by CultureWorks. 10am-4pm. Science Museum of Virginia. This free event will feature food trucks, stage performances and art demonstrations – and the opportunity to interact with over 50 non-profit arts and culture organizations all in one place. Vote for your favorite and they may receive a People’s Choice Award!  Free admission.

Eppington Plantation Tour. 10am-11am. Eppington Plantation. Experience what plantation life was like in the 1700’s as you tour the house and grounds. The house features items on display from the Eppes and Hines-Cherry families, who were previous residents in addition to agricultural displays.  Pre-registration required. Fee.

Build Captain America’s Motorcycle.  10am. Local Lowes stores.  The Avengers are back this week with Captain America! Register your child and they can build a motorcycle inspired by “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble!” Registration required. Registration opens 12:00 AM (EST) June 15th.  Free.

Minecraft Club. 2pm. Dumbarton Library. Play Minecraft with us on library computers! We will set up a dedicated LAN server so that you can join in with others in the same Minecraft world! Gaming time is limited to 1 hour per person. Your gaming time will be either 2 or 3 pm and we will email your game time prior to the event. No registration is required if you bring your own laptop with a licensed copy of Minecraft. Event is best suited for ages 8-12. Registration required. Free.

Pocahontas Premieres Summer Concert Series. 7pm. Pocahontas State Park.  Bring the entire family out to experience music at the park’s outdoor amphitheater. Bring a blanket, lawn chair and enjoy the sights and sounds of the park. Please check individual concert listings for information on ticket price and food/beverage availability or contact the park office at 804-796-4255 .

Sunday, June 28th

2015 Summer “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” Reenactment Series.  1:15pm – 2:30pm.  Historic St. John’s Church.  1:15 p.m. Doors open, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, 1:30 p.m. Music program, 1:45 p.m. Reenactment begins Reenactment begins (no admittance after program begins or when church is at capacity).  This event is FREE, with a suggested donation of $5.00. Reservations are available for groups of ten or more for fee of $5 per person, up to 100 reserved seats. Seating is first come, first served. Seat saving will not be permitted. The entire party must be present before seating will take place.  No admittance after the reenactment begins.  This reenactment is not recommended for children under the age of 6. We ask that parents escort restless little delegates outside so that the audience is not disturbed. Purchase tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com.  Street parking is available.

Explore the Parables of Jesus through Art. 6pm-7:30pm. Reveille United Methodist Church, 4200 Cary Street Road, Richmond, VA 23221. Reveille UMC is offering a creative way to discover and experience the parables of Jesus. Each art exploration will begin with the brief study of a parable, followed by hands-on art projects to help you explore and respond to these key teachings of Jesus in a new way. Art opportunities will be offered for all ages, from young children to adults, and several art options will be offered at each session. Options will vary from week to week, but may include painting, drawing, song writing, drama, wearable art, textiles, and crafting.