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Charlottesville, 2017 KidVention (2/18): Strap on your goggles and slip into your lab coat for Kid*Vention, the Virginia Discovery Museum’s annual family celebration of everything science!

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Moneta, MidWinter Madness (2/18): Celebrate Mid-Winter by going a little MAD! MidWinter Madness is a festival in mid-winter to combine the Winterfest 10miler, Snowball 5k, and the SML Glacier Plunge!

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Radford, 2017 New River Polar Plunge Fest (2/18): Break out your swimtrunks and get set to get wet at the NEW RIVER POLAR PLUNGE® FEST, where hundreds will make their wintry dash into the frigid New River.

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King George, Karaoke Killed the Radio Star - an 80s Murder Mystery Party (2/18): Like Totally! We are having a most excellent party dude and we are amped about it! Come dressed as your favorite 80s icon or just storm your closets for your old 80s outfits! Karaoke, games and a murd

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King George, Ladies Day Out - Wine, Cheese and Jewelry Making Class (2/19): Beat the Winter blahs and get out for a fun filled afternoon at Belle Grove Plantation. Kelly Gutridge will be teaching jewelry making while you enjoy a social with wine and cheese. Cost includes supp

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Norfolk, Square Dance Classes (1/19 - 5/4): Shooting Stars Square Dance Club offers classes each Thursday except the second Thursday of the month, 7:00-9:00 pm. First two free, after that $3.

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Fredericksburg, The Big Day – Bridal Show (2/19): Plan your perfect day at the 7th Annual The Big Day - Bridal Show! Sunday, February 19, 2017

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Purcellville, 7th Annual Loudoun Grown Expo 2017 (2/25): Enjoy Loudoun’s Wineries, Community-Supported-Agriculture (CSAs), Growers, Producers, Artisans, & Makers . . . all under one roof! Over two dozens vendors!

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Fredericksburg, How to Find Your Art Buyer (2/22): How to find your buyer workshop Join FCCA’s publicist, Dawn Whitmore’s How to Find Your Buyer workshop, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. at the Silversmith House.

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Abingdon, Home: One Family, 200 Years of History (3/3 - 7/10): In 1859, David Droke built a farmhouse in Piney Flats, Tennessee as part of his carpentry apprenticeship.

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Alexandria, AMVETS Silver Helmet Awards Gala (3/10): Please join us for the 60th Annual Silver Helmet Awards Gala being held on Friday, March 10, 2017 as we celebrate our 2017 Silver Helmet honorees: Rehabilitation Award: Dr. Kenneth Lee

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Alexandria, Key for Two (2/25 - 3/18): Meet Harriet, a divorcee with financial woes, until she takes control of her finances by entertaining—and collecting rent—from two gentlemen callers.

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Alexandria, SOUPer Saturday (2/18): SOUPer Saturday is a collaboration of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Torpedo Factory ceramic artists, The Art League, and Chart House to benefit UCM.

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Annandale, Children of Eden (2/23 - 2/26): Based on the Book of Genesis, it presents a candid, heartfelt and often humorous look at the age-old conflict between parents and children. Adam, Eve, Noah, and the “Father” who created them, must res

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Appomattox, Civil War Conversation- Mark Twain and the Civil War (2/23): Samuel Clemens, an unemployed riverboat captain in 1861, joined the Confederate Missouri Militia. How long did he stay and what influence did it have on him and his writings?

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Arlington, Friends of Theodore Roosevelt Island Book Fair and Community Outreach (2/18): In honor of Presidents Day, the Friends of Theodore Roosevelt Island is hosting a book fair at Barnes & Noble in Clarendon.

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Arlington, Intro to Oil Painting (2/18 - 2/25): Learn about the materials and techniques of oil painting, including layering and alla prima paint application, color mixing, and studio safety.

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Arlington, Spaghetti Bingo Benefitting Homeward Trails (3/4): Please join us for a family friendly night of fun at the 7th annual Spaghetti Bingo fundraiser benefiting Homeward Trails Animal Rescue.

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Arlington, The 2017 Mardi Gras Parade and Ball! (2/28): The 2017 edition of the Clarendon-Courthouse Mardi Gras Parade is being assembled right now, and thanks to our friends at the Clarendon Ballroom, we’ll be holding the Second Annual Mardi Gras Ball.

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Arlington, The Court of Monte Cristo (2/18): This Valentine’s Day, experience a secret adventure.

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Arlington, The Taming of the Shrew (2/15 - 3/19): Starring Synetic’s award-winning Founding Choreographer and Associate Artistic Director Irina Tsikurishvili, the Hollywood-set adaptation of one of the Bard’s best known romantic comedies returns!

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Arlington, Toast to Our Troops 2017 (3/9): Toast To Our Troops is a celebration to salute our service members, veterans and their families. Help us provide the support they have earned by attending.

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Ashland, Metro Collection 3: Fischer, Beethoven (2/19): Join us at Randolph-Macon College for intimate, chamber orchestra concerts that allow you to get up close and personal with the musicians of the Richmond Symphony.

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Blacksburg, A Far Cry with Roomful of Teeth (2/18): Prepare for a one-of-a-kind concert experience when two energetic ensembles join forces to bring to life original pieces from two young composers, including a Pulitzer Prize winner.

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Chantilly, Apollo on the Move (3/4): For the first time ever, the spacecraft that carried the Apollo 11 astronauts to the Moon and back, can be seen at our Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia.

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Chantilly, DC Big Flea Market & Antiques Market (3/4 - 3/5): The mid-Atlantic's largest indoor antiques and collectibles flea market will be held on March 4-5, 2017.

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Charlottesville, 2017 KidVention (2/18): Strap on your goggles and slip into your lab coat for Kid*Vention, the Virginia Discovery Museum’s annual family celebration of everything science!

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Charlottesville, Blood Wedding (2/23 - 3/2): Happily ever after or 'til death do they part? You are cordially invited to attend an evening of love, betrayal, revenge, and family feuds.

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Charlottesville, Collect, Care, Conserve, Curate: The Life of the Art Object (3/10 - 7/23): The Fralin Museum of Art has a permanent collection of art objects numbering close to 14,000.

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Charlottesville, Grasping at the Ephemeral: Explorations on Change from the Permanent Collection (3/3 - 7/23): Museums are often looked to for perfect preservations of the past, but not even they can prevent the inevitable transformations of objects as they live, decay, and are restored again.

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Charlottesville, Miranda Lambert: Highway Vagabond Tour (2/24): On the heels of the announcement about her highly anticipated ...is planning a trek to perform these new songs for her fans on the upcoming Highway Vagabond Tour.

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Charlottesville, National Theatre Live in HD: Amadeus (2/25): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna, the music capital of the world – and he’s determined to make a splash.

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Charlottesville, Paramount Presents: Momix – Opus Cactus (2/26): Momix transports audiences from their everyday lives to a fantasy world through its trademark use of magical lighting and imagery.

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Chesterfield, Farm Market at Boulevard Flower Gardens (12/24 - 3/25): Join us OUTDOORS every SATURDAY from 10-2pm for our FARMER'S MARKET!

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Chincoteague Island, The Curious Savage (2/10 - 2/19): The Chincoteague Island Theatre Company? presents the Curious Savage February 10, 11, 18, & 19, 2017, at the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance Community Center for the Arts.

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Dumfries, Northern VA Polar Plunge Festival (2/25): Put on your brave—just don't forget your swimsuit—for the Northern VA Polar Plunge® Fest, where hundreds will dash into the icy Potomac.

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Fairfax, Jewish Plays Project (JPP) (2/26): Jewish Plays Project (JPP) puts bold, progressive Jewish conversations on world stages.

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Fairfax, Limiting Government in the Era of Donald J. Trump (2/27): The preeminent Republican Jewish speaker, author, columnist and comedian in the country. My blog is the TYGRRRR EXPRESS and my 3 books are "Ideological Bigotry," "Ideological Violence" and "Ideologica

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Fairfax, Living Proof Live (3/3 - 3/4): Experience a live Bible study with Beth Moore together. We’re already praying about the great things God will do in you and the women in your life. We can’t wait to meet you, so register today! Beth M

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Fairfax, No Solemn Silence: A Gilbert & Sullivan Review (2/17 - 2/18): Enjoy a variety sampler of Gilbert and Sullivan’s "Savoy Operas," masterpieces of musical theater that embodied—and helped create—the manners, mores, and style of late Victorian London.

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Fredericksburg, Belmont Guided Woodland Hike : Conducted by Virginia Master Naturalists, these informative walks cover a mile of trails in both woodlands and fields and also touch on the historic ruins of Belmont’s past.

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Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg RV Show (3/3 - 3/5): The areas top RV dealers all in one location for the annual Fredericksburg RV show February 26-28 at the Fredericksburg Expo Center.

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Fredericksburg, How to Find Your Art Buyer (2/22): How to find your buyer workshop Join FCCA’s publicist, Dawn Whitmore’s How to Find Your Buyer workshop, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. at the Silversmith House.

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Fredericksburg, The Big Day – Bridal Show (2/19): Plan your perfect day at the 7th Annual The Big Day - Bridal Show! Sunday, February 19, 2017

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Fredericksburg, The Ice-Breaker Bass Tournament (2/26 - 3/11): Sponsored by the Weekend Bassers Fishing Club, the Ice-Breaker Bass Tournament will be held at Motts Run Reservoir on Sunday, February 26 & Saturday, March 11, 2017.

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Glen Allen, Richmonds Finest: The Taters and The Richmond Symphony (2/24): The Richmond’s Finest series returns with a spectacular evening of Classic American & British Pop Rock!

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Gloucester, 6th Annual Gloucester County Educational Foundation 8K Run/3K Walk (2/18): The 6th Annual Gloucester County Educational Foundation 8K Run/3K Walk is a road race conducted under the rules of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) with results provided by the Peninsula Track

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Hampton, Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival (2/23 - 2/26): Join us as we celebrate the 28th annual Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival at the Hampton Roads Convention Center!

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Hampton, Youth Career Expo-2017 (3/2): Presented by the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, the Peninsula Council for Workforce Development and the Greater Peninsula School Divisions, the Youth Career Expo-2017 will be held March 2, 2

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Hampton, Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show (3/24 - 3/26): Approximately 40 vendors from across the US bring their merchandise to you.

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Hanover, Dancing Lessons (2/24 - 3/26): Ever, an awkward professor with Asperger’s Syndrome, seeks dancing lessons from his neighbor, Senga, an out of commission Broadway dancer.

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Harrisonburg, 2017 Shenandoah Valley Greater Virginia Bridal Show (3/5): The Shenandoah Valley Greater Virginia Bridal Show will be held on March 5, 2017.

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Harrisonburg, Soul Food Dinner (2/25): Enjoy an evening of musical entertainment while socializing and sampling some traditional soul food dishes made by some of the Northeast Community's lifelong residents.

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Harrisonburg, The Ice Bowl Disc Golf Fundraiser (2/25): Bring your family to the Cecil F. Gilkerson Community Activities Center for a showing of a classic kid-friendly movie.

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Henrico, Lakeside Farmers Market (1/4 - 12/30): Lakeside Farmers Market is a year-round farmers' market that is open Saturday mornings and Wednesdays all day (visit us on Facebook for seasonal hours.)

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King George, 28th Annual King George Home & Craft Show (3/4 - 3/5): The show features everything needed for the home, from the ground up, financing, insurance, surveying, building, decorating and more.

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King George, Karaoke Killed the Radio Star - an 80s Murder Mystery Party (2/18): Like Totally! We are having a most excellent party dude and we are amped about it! Come dressed as your favorite 80s icon or just storm your closets for your old 80s outfits! Karaoke, games and a murd

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King George, Ladies Day Out - Wine, Cheese and Jewelry Making Class (2/19): Beat the Winter blahs and get out for a fun filled afternoon at Belle Grove Plantation. Kelly Gutridge will be teaching jewelry making while you enjoy a social with wine and cheese. Cost includes supp

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Leesburg, Martini Matters - Supporting LAWS (2/25): Join us for Martini Matters! Admission is free and open to all--come out for a fun to to support LAWS. Our specialty martini will be sold for $10 and half of the sales benefit LAWS. Bring a friend!

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Lexington, Rockbridge Symphony Winter Concert (2/18): Rockbridge Symphony Winter Concert

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Lorton, Its Date Night: The Chefs Table (2/18): Date Night cooking classes are designed to be fun, relaxing and an escape from the daily grind. No one will leave hungry!

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Lorton, Kids & Adult Cooking (Winter) (2/18): This class is for you and your little chef to experience together.

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Lynchburg, Doublewide, Texas! (2/17 - 3/4): One of the smallest trailer parks in Texas—four doublewides and a shed—are thrown for a loop when a nearby town is determined to annex them.

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Lynchburg, Liberty Mountain 5K (3/4): Outdoor Recreation is proud to present its 9th annual Liberty Mountain 5k Trail Race hosted at Hydaway Outdoor Recreation Center. The 9th annual Liberty Mountain 5K Trail Race.

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Lynchburg, Red Carpet Gala (2/25): Walk the Red Carpet in your most glamorous attire as our paparazzi greets you.

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Manassas, Carmina Burana and More! (3/10 - 3/12): Usher in spring with Manassas Ballet Theatre, the Manassas Ballet Theatre Orchestra and Voce Chamber Singers as they present Carmina Burana and More!

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Manassas, The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine (2/25): Founded in 1918, The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine is one of Eastern Europe's most esteemed orchestras, earning international acclaim for its virtuosity and precision.

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Marion, Celtic Clanjamphry Live! (3/5): Acclaimed Scottish Folk Duo Alan Reid and Rob van Sante will join hosts Jack Beck and Wendy Welch for the latest Celtic Clanjamphry Live!, which is broadcast live in WETS in Johnson City, TN.

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Mason Neck, Archaeology Symposium: Underwater Archaeology in the Mid-Atlantic (3/4): Come explore the depths of underwater archaeology in the Mid-Atlantic. Chat with archaeologists about the challenges, the excitement, and their finds.

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Moneta, MidWinter Madness (2/18): Celebrate Mid-Winter by going a little MAD! MidWinter Madness is a festival in mid-winter to combine the Winterfest 10miler, Snowball 5k, and the SML Glacier Plunge!

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New Kent, Adult Chocolate Making Workshop (3/3): This “hands on” class will teach students about candy molds, adding color and molding techniques. Learn to make clusters, barks and mini chocolate dessert cups.

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Newport News, “Anansi” and Other African Folktales (2/25): Throughout the ages, Africans have used storytelling to teach life lessons, entertain, and explain the workings of the world.

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Newport News, Naturally Speaking: Winter Ducks of the Bay (2/21): The summer tourist season may be over, but our feathered “winter tourists” have arrived!

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Newport News, Pictures at a French Exhibition (3/3): The Virginia Symphony Orchestra brings a concert of turn-of-the-century French works that dance and dazzle in colorful arrays.

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Newport News, Treasures of NOAA’s Ark (3/3 - 12/31): Treasures of NOAA’s Ark will explore the history of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and how the agency has impacted people across the nation and world.

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Newport News, GlobalBee International Quiz (3/18): The Virginia Peninsula's Only Geo-Political Competition for High Schools, Colleges, Corporate and Civic Groups. This event features international trivia at it's finest! Registration required / open to

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Norfolk, American Cancer Society Night with the Norfolk Admirals (2/24): Norfolk Admirals vs. Greenville Swamp Rabbits. $13 Red Level Ticket Top two selling teams will compete in an intermission broomball game. All proceeds benefit American Cancer Society.

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Norfolk, Disneys Aladdin (3/10 - 3/12): Flying into Hampton Roads is Disney's new Broadway version of ALADDIN. Direct from New York, Hurrah once again is honored with the regional premiere of a smash Broadway hit.

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Norfolk, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recognition Program (2/23): Join us for an event to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to recognize members of the TCC and Hampton Roads community whose passion for service endeavors to continue h

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Norfolk, In The Box: Brian Bress (9/15 - 2/19): The next installation in our new media area called "The Box" will feature a local who made it big.

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Norfolk, Presidents Lecture Series: Adam Braun (2/21): Adam Braun, Entrepreneur, Author and Philanthropist, Founder & CEO of Pencils of Promise on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.

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Norfolk, Public and Private (11/17 - 3/26): Peer behind the Iron Curtain to see how creativity resists conformity. Ulrich Wust's photos capture the depersonalization of urban life in cities beset by standardized prefab housing blocks and loomin

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Norfolk, Square Dance Classes (1/19 - 5/4): Shooting Stars Square Dance Club offers classes each Thursday except the second Thursday of the month, 7:00-9:00 pm. First two free, after that $3.

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Norfolk, Venus in Fur (2/28 - 3/19): One of America's greatest living comedy writers, Ives has crafted a cheeky, sometimes sultry, and always enticing play within a play. The character of Thomas Novacheck has searched high and low for a

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Norfolk, Turandot (3/17 - 3/21): Based on an ancient fable set in China, this story of the legendary Princess Turandot, so desirable that men risked their heads for her hand in marriage, weaves the quest for love with the ultimate co

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Norfolk, Sean Jones, trumpet (3/18): Music and spirituality have always been fully intertwined in the artistic vision of trumpeter, composer, educator and activist Sean Jones. Singing and performing as a child with the church choir in hi

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Portsmouth, Networking Event & Membership Drive (2/22): The Propeller Club Port of Norfolk invites you to a Networking Event & Membership Drive at Mario's Italian Restaurant!

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Purcellville, 7th Annual Loudoun Grown Expo 2017 (2/25): Enjoy Loudoun’s Wineries, Community-Supported-Agriculture (CSAs), Growers, Producers, Artisans, & Makers . . . all under one roof! Over two dozens vendors!

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Radford, 2017 New River Polar Plunge Fest (2/18): Break out your swimtrunks and get set to get wet at the NEW RIVER POLAR PLUNGE® FEST, where hundreds will make their wintry dash into the frigid New River.

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Reston, Maker Faire NoVa, 4th annual (3/19): The Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth — a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness.

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Richmond, 2017 Richmond Home and Garden Show (3/3 - 3/5): At the Richmond Home and Garden Show you will see everything you need to make your home more beautiful, energy efficient, safe and comfortable.

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Richmond, 2017 StayVA Conference (2/27 - 2/28): Join us on February 27 & 28, 2017 in the historic downtown district of Richmond, VA at the The Brownstone.

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Richmond, 2017 Symposium - Lightning Rods for Controversy: Civil War Monuments Past, Present, & Future (2/25): For decades, Civil War monuments – especially Confederate monuments – have been lightning rods for controversy, primarily when public funds are needed to repair or maintain them.

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Richmond, Dianne Reeves (3/2): Dianne Reeves is the pre-eminent jazz vocalist in the world today.

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Richmond, Greater Richmond Chorus Rehearsal : Come, sing with us - or just visit and listen! The Greater Richmond Chorus is a group of more than 80 women of all ages who love to sing 4-part barbershop harmony.

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Richmond, Huguenot-Robious Farmers Market (1/5 - 12/28): Want a fabulous Holiday? Look no further than your local Farmers Market.

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Richmond, Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss, and the Cycle of Life (11/12 - 2/20): Among the notable firsts, this will be the first time in 20 years that all four of Johns’s Seasons paintings and all three of his Between the Clock and the Bed paintings will be displayed together in

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Richmond, Karaoke with Smitty : KARAOKE with Smitty Fridays and Saturdays Best local cast of characters and run by the best guy in the business. Never a cover!!

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Richmond, Looking at the Books: The Embellishment of Virginia’s Colonial Architecture (3/9): An illustrated exploration of the numerous architectural pattern books that influenced the design of Virginia’s 18th-century architecture. Calder Loth is the retired Senior Architectural Historian of

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Richmond, Mountain Scenes in Japan: Woodblock Prints by Kawase Hasui (2/16 - 10/3): The twelve works in this exhibition, by Japanese artist Kawase Hasui belong to a collection of more than six hundred prints donated to VMFA by René and Carolyn Balcer.

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Richmond, Presidents Day/ Liberty Lovers Public Reenactment (2/19): Reenactment of the Second VA Convention in honor of President's Day

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Richmond, Richmond International Film Festival (2/27 - 3/5): You're going to get much more bang for your buck when you attend the Richmond International Film Festival.

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Richmond, Richmond Polar Plunge Festival (2/25): Swimsuit season just got longer in RVA. Join us for the RVA Polar Plunge® Fest and give us your best cannonball into a frosty above-ground pool.

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Richmond, Senses withShane Patrick Crew (2/23): A Modern Demonstration of the Sixth Sense Illusion

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Richmond, Shanghai Quartet with Wu Man, pipa (2/19): Called “wonderfully ferocious and illuminating” by The Washington Post, the Shanghai Quartet are recognized for their unique fluency in both Eastern folk and Western classical idioms.

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Richmond, South of the James Market (1/7 - 12/30): The South of the James Farmers Market is an open-air producer-only market where farmers and artisans sell locally-grown and hand-made items.

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Richmond, The Pumpkin Pie Show: 20th Year Anniversary (2/23 - 2/24): Co-produced by 5th Wall Theatre and the Modlin Center for the Arts.

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Richmond, Toys of the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s (2/24 - 9/4): Gumby. Barbie. Slinky. Mr. Potato Head. Wham-O. Spirograph. Hot Wheels. The names of popular toys from the 1950s, '60s and '70s capture the craziness, the joy, the sheer fun of being a kid.

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Richmond, Violet (2/18 - 3/11): Violet tells the story of a young woman’s quest for beauty amidst the image-obsessed landscape of the 1960s.

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Richmond, Virginia Opera: The Magic Marksman (2/17 - 2/19): With one of the most haunting scores in all of opera, Weber, founder of German Romantic Opera and Wagnerian forefather, has created a compelling drama that twists reality with supernatural...

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Richmond, Virginia Wine Expo (3/8 - 3/12): Since the average American workplace is slow to implement a full-service bar, you'll have to wait until you're off the clock to get a taste of the finest flavors from around the world.

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Richmond, Windbornes Music of David Bowie (2/25): The genius of David Bowie’s innovative and unique, one-of-a-kind sound influenced generations of great music.

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Richmond, Treasures of the Earth Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show (3/17 - 3/19): Approximately 30 vendors from across the US bring their merchandise to you.

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Richmond, Leyla McCalla (3/20): Leyla McCalla is a New York-born Haitian-American living in New Orleans, who sings in French, Haitian Creole and English, and plays cello, tenor banjo and guitar. Deeply influenced by traditional Creo

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Roanoke, Alison Pack: Metal Delicious (12/3 - 6/4): Radford, Virginia based artist Alison Pack’s work is based on telling stories through imagery that present stereotypes, misconceptions and clichés of womanhood.

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Roanoke, Met Opera Live in HD: Rusalka (2/25): Kristine Opolais stars in the role that helped launch her international career, the mythical Rusalka, who sings the haunting “Song to the Moon.”

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Roanoke, Ron Boehmer: Views of Tinker Mountain (1/12 - 4/30): Ron Boehmer: Views of Tinker Mountain on January 12, 2016-April 30, 2017 at Eleanor D. Wilson Museum

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Roanoke, She Made Space (2/16 - 2/19): Echo, a 20-something American intellectual lesbian tourist arriving in Paris at the turn of the century, traces the steps she has taken toward an embrace of her whole self.

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Roanoke, The Mountaintop (2/24 - 2/25): The Mountaintop takes place on the evening of April 3, 1968 in a motel room in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Salem, Spring Fling Craft and Vendor Show (2/18): Break out of the winter doldrums! The Lambda Chapter of the Virginia Alpha Delta Kappa International Teacher Sorority will host their 4th annual Craft and Vendor Show on Saturday February 18th

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Staunton, Memphis (2/17 - 2/26): From the dance clubs of 1950s Memphis, TN, comes the Tony Award winning musical that bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love.

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Suffolk, RPB SPRING Baseball Run (2/25): This is our second Annual 5K & 1mile Fun Run for Nansemond River Pony Baseball. We are a 501(c)3 organization with a goal of helping our community with team building and teaching the sport of Baseball

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Vienna, It’s Enchilada Time – And Who doesn’t Like Classic Enchiladas (2/20): Continuing in classic Tex-Mex tradition, Jerry will teach you how to make two types of enchiladas.

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Vienna, The Virginia Music Adventures 14th Annual Benefit Gala (2/24): The Virginia Music Adventures' 14th Annual Benefit Gala will be held on Friday, February 24, 2017 at The Barns at Wolf Trap.

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Vienna, Virginia Music Adventures 14th Annual Gala Featuring The Dave Kline Band (2/24): The show will be at the Barns of Wolf Trap. Doors open at 9:00 pm for Show Only Ticket Holders.

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Virginia Beach, Alexander, Whos Not Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move (3/10): Based on the book written by Judith Viorst, Alexander, Who's Not Not Not Not Not Not Going to Move tells the story of a boy who is reluctant to move to a new city with his family.

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Virginia Beach, Family Fest (3/5): Fun for the whole family!

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Virginia Beach, Love, Strife and Fate (2/19): Currently living in Virginia Beach, Maestro Silas Huff is Commander of the U.S. Army School of Music and Co-Director of the International Conducting Institute.

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Waynesboro, Mad Anthony Mud Run (2/25): A battle awaits you at Coyner Springs Park as we pay homage to our City’s namesake, General “Mad” Anthony Wayne, with the 6th Annual Mad Anthony Mud Run. Mad Anthony was known for his tenacity,

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Weyers Cave, Shenandoah Valley Coin and Stamp Spring Show (3/31 - 4/2): The Shenandoah Valley Coin Club holds two Coin and Stamp Shows every year: April and December.

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Williamsburg, The Williamsburg Film Festival (3/8 - 3/11): Old-timers are lucky to have lived during the Golden Age of Hollywood – an era remembered for producing a laundry list of movies that continue to influence modern filmmaking.

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Winchester, Absolutely Dead (3/10 - 3/25): It's the rocky coast of Maine and there's a Nor'easter blowing like stink outside. Does it sound like a good night for a dinner party with a lot of laughs from a boisterous, tipsy actress?

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Winchester, Absolutely Dead at the Winchester Little Theatre (3/9): Join us at the Winchester Little Theatre for Absolutely Dead! Tickets $30. We will start the evening with a 7:00 p.m. reception featuring appetizers from Bonnie Blue Southern Market and Bakery. The pe

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Winchester, Magic Lantern at the MSV: Hunt for the Wilderpeople (3/5): An audience favorite from New Zealand, this is an affecting road movie about the adventures of Ricky—a defiant city kid—and his cantankerous “Uncle Hec”.

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Winchester, Shenandoah Valley Heritage Day 2017 (3/4): This free event includes information tables hosted by historical societies and research organizations and lectures about genealogy research by expert genealogist Charles S. Mason, Jr.

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Winchester, This Must Be the Place: The Art of Landscape (11/19 - 7/31): Opening November 19 in the Founders Gallery, This Must Be the Place: The Art of Landscape will present works drawn from the collection of MSV benefactor Julian Wood Glass Jr. (1910–1992). The exhibiti

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