Discover the Ultimate Outdoor Adventure at TimberNook Summer Camps in Richmond

Richmond families, get ready to give your children a summer filled with boundless outdoor fun, creativity, and adventure at TimberNook summer camps offered by Pace Academy! Nestled on 15 beautiful acres of forest in Chesterfield, just off Powhite Parkway, TimberNook offers an unforgettable summer adventure for children aged 4-12. With a promise of being 100% […]

Virginia Repertory Theatre Presents Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience

Kids and their families should be ready to ROCK, especially those ages 5-10, when they come see Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience from April 12 – May 5 in the Jessie Bogese Theatre. The 60-minute musical begins with a roar, a scream, and a howl, as the live band of naked mole […]

New Lemur Loop Expansion Opens at the Metro Richmond Zoo

The lemurs are back!! The Metro Richmond Zoo is pleased to announce the opening of their new Lemur Loop expansion featuring three species of lemurs! This new section of the park includes 38 animals in 7 new habitats along 1,000 feet of unexplored path with 3 additional exhibits coming in the future. The lemur species […]

Virginia Repertory Theatre Hosts Spring into the Arts Festival on April 6th

Virginia Repertory Theatre will host Spring into the Arts Festival at the Virginia Rep Center from 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday, April 6th. Join us at 4204 Hermitage Rd. (the former Scottish Rite Temple) to celebrate spring and the first round of renovations to the new space. Admission is free. The festival will […]

Kindergarten Readiness & Child Development Screenings with the Children’s Museum of Richmond This April

Tuesday April 16th Child Developmental Screenings. 1:00pm- 5:00pm. Children’s Museum of Richmond – Downtown. Virginia Commonwealth University Occupational Therapy students and faculty will be at the Children’s Museum of Richmond to provide free developmental screenings and information about Kindergarten Readiness. While this is a free event for the community in our Lobby, museum admission is […]

Art Works Brings Back Summer Camp!

Art Works and RVA Thriving Artists bring you the triumphant return of their Summer Art Camps for students. We have six different camp sessions all covering an array of skills. Whether you have an aspiring jewelry maker or the next Picasso in your home, we have a camp session to ignite their imagination! Camps run […]

8 Exciting Easter Events in the Richmond Area!

Looking for some Easter Fun for your little ones?  Check out these classic events and some new opportunities to celebrate the season in 2024. Easter Egg Hunts The Red Barn Farm Egg Hunt & Pictures with the Easter Bunny March 23, 24, and 30. 10 am – 3 pm each day at The Red Barn […]

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Mischief Ideas

St. Patrick’s Day is marching toward us and before we know it, March 17th will be here! Be sure and wear your green so you don’t get pinched! A leprechaun is an Irish fairy who is often unfriendly. According to the legend, leprechauns live alone and make shoes for a living. They are small in stature and […]

You’re a Superhero! A FREE Innovative Program at The Steward School on March 25th

You’re a Superhero! Tony Weaver, Jr., is a comic writer, educator, and storyteller who is doing a free talk on March 25th at 4pm in the Bryan Innovation Lab at The Steward School. Everyone has superhero powers! Tony Weaver, Jr. founded Weird Enough Productions to empower students with social responsibility and positive representation. He is […]

Riverfront Canal Cruises Season Kicks Off April 5

Riverfront Canal Cruises launches its 24th season of historic tours and private charters on Friday, April 5, 2024. The 40-minute, historically narrated tours of the James River and Kanawha Canal operate from April to November with varying hours. The boat tours travel along downtown Richmond’s historic Canal Walk and review centuries of Richmond’s history, from […]