Family Events & Festivals

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 ConcertsGo to top of List
 
September 4, Friday
FRIDAYS AFTER FIVE: WILL OVERMAN BAND
The nTelos Wireless Pavilion.
With Morgan Wade Band The nTelos Wireless Pavilion.  5:30-8:30pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@charlottesvillepavilion.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 245-4910. 
 
September 4 & 11, Fridays
FRIDAYS AFTER FIVE: SEPTEMBER LINE-UP
nTelos Wireless Pavilion.
September's concerts feature: September 4-Will Overman Band, September 11-The Skip Castro Band. nTelos Wireless Pavilion.  5:30-8:30pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 245-4910. 
 
September 11, Friday
FRIDAYS AFTER FIVE: THE SKIP CASTRO BAND
The nTelos Wireless Pavilion.
With Fatty Lumpkin & The Love Hogs The nTelos Wireless Pavilion.  5:30-8:30pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@charlottesvillepavilion.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 245-4910. 
 
 ExhibitsGo to top of List
 
LOCAL MUSEUMS
We have many fabulous museums in our region. Everything from our own Virginia Discovery Museum downtown to the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond! Please also take a look at our other publication especially for tourists and newcomers, The Charlottesville Welcome Book. Visit our CharlottesvilleFamily Guide to Family Fun Year-Round for comprehensive museum listings for families in our area. For details, please click this link. 
 
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE WELCOME BOOK
The Charlottesville Welcome Book celebrates the sights and sounds of Jefferson's Virginia and provides visitors, newcomers and locals with the flavor of our wonderful community! Find art gallery openings, museums & attractions, exhibits, theatre, concerts, brewery and wine events on the calendar along with engaging short stories about the local antiques scene, shopping, history, vineyards and more. The Charlottesville Welcome Book is the quarterly sister publication of CharlottesvilleFamily so you can count on the quality that you've come to trust. Follow this link to the website and digital edition. For details, please click this link. 
 
 Farm & Orchard EventsGo to top of List
 
April-November, Saturdays
FARM AND BARN HISTORY DAY
Ivy Creek Foundation.
Come enjoy the barn at Ivy Creek Natural Area. Newly repaired with displays donated to understand both the cultural history of the farm and the natural history of the natural area. Open every Saturday afternoon until Thanksgiving. Ivy Creek Natural Area.  2pm.  $Free.  Email: programs@ivycreekfoundation.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-7772. 
 
July-November, second Saturdays & Sundays
PANCAKE BREAKFASTS AT THE ORCHARD
Chiles Peach Orchard.
Who doesn't love pancakes? Join us the second Saturday & Sunday of each month for breakfast with family and friends at the orchard! All you can eat pancakes with a seasonal fruit topping, plus a side of sausage and coffee/milk/OJ. Check website for times. Chiles Peach Orchard.  9-11am.  $6.99 for adults, $3.99 per child 12 & under.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Cynthia Chiles.  Email: info@chilespeachorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-1583. 
 
Early August-early September
PICK YOUR OWN GRAPES
Kipps Family Grape and Fruit Farm.
Grape varieties include Concords, French hybrids and an assortment of other reds, whites and blues. Please call ahead for availability. Kipps Grapes.  8am-6pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: kippsgrapes@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-948-4171. 
 
September 7, Monday
MEET YER EATS FARM TOUR
Market Central.
Ten of City Market's local food producers will open their farms to visitors this coming Labor Day. Experience food, entertainment, education and farm transparency in six different counties. Purchase tickets online today! 10am-4pm.  $15 car pass.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link. 
 
Now through mid-September, Mondays-Fridays
"PEACHES N CREAM" PACKAGE
Chiles Peach Orchard.
Educational Presentations are available per group (if desired). Additional package details: 1/4 peck bag for Pick Your Own Peaches, self-guided education stations, a sample cup of Peach Frozen Yogurt and a fun packet of puzzles. Chiles Peach Orchard.  $7 per person.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@chilespeachorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-1593. 
 
September 11-13, Friday- Sunday
SOMERSET STEAM & GAS PASTURE PARTY
Somerset Steam & Gas Engine Association.
Come bring the family to the 39th Annual Somerset Steam & Gas Pasture Party featuring antique tractors, a tractor pull, flea markets, cloggers, arts & crafts, live bands and delicious food! Fairfield View Dairy Farm, Somerset.  $7/day or $10 for a 3-day pass.  Email: info@somersetsteamandgas.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-672-3429. 
 
Mid-June through early September
CARTER MOUNTAIN ORCHARD PEACHES
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Pick your own yellow peaches mid-June through early September among scenic views. Ready-picked peaches include white peaches (late July - August), donut peaches (late July - August) and nectarines (July - August). Carter Mountain Orchard.  9am-6pm Monday-Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday (through August 25).  Email: info@cartermountainorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
September 19, Saturday
JOHNNY APPLESEED'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Wish Johnny Appleseed a Happy Birthday at Carter Mountain Orchard. We'll sing Happy Birthday (Johnny would be 241 years old on September 26) and enjoy an apple cider donut together. Learn how to plant trees, see and feel how pioneer ancestors traveled across America in covered wagons, visit Johnny's camp site. Come and enjoy fiddle and folk music too. Carter Mountain Orchard.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: Info@CarterMountainOrchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-1583. 
 
Now-September 24, Thursdays
THURSDAY EVENING SUNSET SERIES
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Pick your own fruit when it's a little cooler, shop in our Country Store, grab some donuts, cider and lite fare and then head into the Carter Mountain Wine Shop for wine (tastings by the glass or by the bottle). Perch on the decks to listen to free live music and catch an amazing sunset. Carter Mountain Orchard.  6-9pm.  Email: info@cartermountainorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
September 26-27 & October 17-18
APPLE HARVEST AND APPLE BUTTER MAKING FESTIVAL
Drumheller's Orchard.
Take the family on a hayride and enjoy a wide selection of apples and cider, country music, moonbounce, sand art, pumpkin patch, corn maze, crafts and food. Kids will love trying their luck with the old-fashioned apple slingshot! Drumheller's Orchard.  9am-5pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: webcontact@drumhellersorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 263-5036. 
 
September-October
APPLE HARVEST CELEBRATION
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Join the Chiles family for music, food, hayrides, wine tastings, pumpkins, apple picking, apple butter, apple cider, apple cider donuts, apple pie, and all things apple! Carter Mountain Orchard.  8am-7pm the first 3 Saturdays in October; 9am-6pm every day.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
August-October
CARTER MOUNTAIN ORCHARD PICK-YOUR-OWN APPLES
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Pick your own apples mid-August through late October among scenic views, or get them freshly picked in the Apple Barn all the way through November. Carter Mountain Orchard.  Email: info@cartermountainorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
September 12-October 31
FALL FESTIVAL WEEKENDS AT HARTLAND
Hartland Farm & Orchard.
Get lost in the corn maze, root for your favorite pig in the pig races, take a hayride, ride down the 60-foot tall slide and more! Caramel apples for an extra fee. Hartland Farm & Orchard.  Directions: 3205 Hartland Lane, Markham.  10-6pm Saturday, 12-6 Sunday.  $10; free for 3 & under.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-533-6901. 
 
October 31, Saturday
HALLOWEEN HARVEST AT CARTER MOUNTAIN ORCHARD
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Come enjoy face painting, hayrides, a pumpkin carving contest, a costume contest and learn how to "dip and decorate" a caramel apple. Trick or Treat hayride through the Orchard at designated times. Carter Mountain Orchard.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
August 29-November 1
HESS CORN MAZE AND FAMILY FUN
Back Home on the Farm.
Corn maze, pick your own pumpkin, pig races, carousel rides and more! Back Home on the Farm.  Directions: 2915 Willow Run Road, Harrisonburg.  3-7pm Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm Saturday, 12-6pm Sunday.  $8 weekdays, $10 weekends, children 2 and under free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-442-6493. 
 
Now-early November
PICK YOUR OWN FRUIT AT HARTLAND ORCHARD
Hartland Orchard.
Pick sweet and sour cherries (late June), blueberries (all of July) and peaches (early July-early September). Visit the pumpkin patch September-November 1! Hartland Orchard.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-364-2316. 
 
August-early November
PICK YOUR OWN APPLES
Dickie Brothers Orchard.
Choose from 15 kinds of apples in a scenic location. See website for harvest schedule. Dickie Brothers Orchard.  10am-5pm Wednesday-Sunday.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@dickiebros.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 277-5516. 
 
September 12-November 8
LIBERTY MILLS FARM CORN MAZE
Liberty Mills Farm.
Get lost in Central Virginia's largest corn maze of over 25-acres. Admission includes puzzles within the maze, hay rides (when operating) and activities/games. Liberty Mills Farm, Somerset.  $10 for ages 5 & up, free for 4 & under.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@libertymillsfarm.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 882-6293. 
 
LOCAL FARMS & ORCHARDS
Charlottesville-Albemarle has many great outdoor opportunities for families and perennial favorites are berry-picking, pumpkin picking, and springtime farm visits to see baby animals. In our AF Guide to Family Fun you'll find listings for farms and orchards that welcome families. Please be courteous and call ahead to plan your visit - these wonderful places are also home for the farmers. For details, please click this link. 
 
THE QUARTERLY PUBLICATION, LOCALLY CHARLOTTESVILLE
Dedicated to promoting locally owned independent businesses, Locally Charlottesville has the scoop on fun, seasonal events happening around town. For details, please click this link. 
 
 FestivalsGo to top of List
 
August 28-September 5
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY FAIR
Come celebrate Chesterfield County's heritage and culture with various grandstand shows, rides, entertainment, food and more! Chesterfield County Fairgrounds.  $10 admission for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for children ages 4-12, wristband prices vary.  Email: ccfainformation@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 768-1555. 
 
September 5, Saturday
ORANGE STREET FESTIVAL
Orange County Chamber of Commerce.
The event will feature over 180 vendors, children's activities, live music and a beer garden in Taylor Park. The last live music performance will take place from 6 to 8 pm in Taylor Park following the closing of the festival. We are inviting everyone to enjoy this "Dancing 'Til Dusk" event following the festival. Main Street in Orange.  10am-6pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-672-5216. 
 
August 28-September 5
SHENANDOAH COUNTY FAIR
Come out and enjoy tractor pulls, demo derbies, concerts and more! See website for complete schedule of events. 300 Fairground Road, Woodstock.  $Prices vary.  Email: teshelman@shencofair.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-459-3867. 
 
September 5, Saturday
TASTE OF THE MOUNTAINS STREET FESTIVAL
Madison Chamber of Commerce.
Come out for the 23rd annual festival with live entertainment, shopping, food vendors, pony rides, antique cars and a re-enactment of Civil War camp life. Main Street Madison.  Directions: Madison is located just 28 miles north of Charlottesville on Route 29.  9am-4pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-948-4455. 
 
July 17-September 6
SHENANDOAH VALLEY MUSIC FESTIVAL
This summer, come and join us at one of the mid-Atlantic region's longest-running outdoor music events, with world-class music by a stellar array of performers. See website for dates and times. Shrine Mont Camp & Conference Center, Orkney Springs.  $Prices vary.  Email: info@musicfest.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-459-3396. 
 
September 4-7, Saturday-Monday
SUMMER'S END FESTIVAL
Wintergreen Resort.
Featuring top-level regional live music, 151 breweries and wineries, Arts & Craft shows and much more. Bring the entire family for an end of the summer hurrah. Wintergreen Resort.  See website or call for times and rates.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@wintergreenresort.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 325-8180. 
 
September 12, Saturday
9TH ANNUAL HERITAGE HARVEST FESTIVAL
Monticello.
Come celebrate the legacy of revolutionary gardener Thomas Jefferson, America's first "foodie," with more than 100 educational programs, hands-on workshops, garden tours, fruit and vegetable tastings, an organic, local food marketplace and kids' activities and more! Reservations recommended. West Lawn of Monticello.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 984-9800. 
 
September 12, Saturday
LOUISA COUNTY AIR SHOW
Louisa County Airport/Freeman Field.
Watch the daring aeronautic displays and take a ride in a plane yourself! Educational fun for all. Airplane rides available (fee), food, music and fun for the entire family. Louisa County Airport/Freeman Field.  9-10am.  $Free.  Contact: Bill Fosdick.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-967-0050. 
 
September 12, Saturday
PAC'N THE STREETS FESTIVAL
Staunton Performing Arts Center.
This nostalgic, family-friendly street fair includes food vendors, artisan booths, strolling street performers and children's activities. Staunton Performing Arts Center area.  Directions: East Beverly Street between Market and Augusta.  10am-7pm.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-885-3211. 
 
September 18, Friday
6TH ANNUAL FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL
City Schoolyard Garden.
This is a free community event with great food and music, garden activities and student-led tours, face painting and more. We will be celebrating the harvest of all seven City Schoolyard Gardens! You don't want to miss it! Buford Middle School.  5:30-7:30pm.  $Free.  Email: info@marketcentralonline.org. For details, please click this link. 
 
September 19, Saturday
4TH ANNUAL CHARLOTTESVILLE PRIDE FESTIVAL
Cville Pride Community Network.
The 4th Annual Charlottesville Pride Festival offers a kid-friendly, entertainment-packed celebration of diversity and inclusion for all. Kids can enjoy the bouncy castle, face painting, balloons, a photo booth, arts/crafts, a book nook with readings and free ice cream. Parents can enjoy the beer and wine garden, food trucks and vendors, buy rainbow merchandise, get free goodies and enjoy local bands, singers, drummers and drag shows. Lee Park,Lee Park.  11am-6pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Amy Marshall.  Email: amymarshall@cvillepride.org. For details, please click this link. 
 
September 19, Friday
BLUE RIDGE CYCLING FESTIVAL
A day filled with cycling together through Nelson County. Several routes have been selected for all types of riders including off road, kids' rides and a challenging metric century. Enjoy live music and tastings of Nelson at Devils Backbone Brewing Company. Any profits of the weekend will be donated to the Nelson County Community Fund which supports schools, organizations and individuals in need. Devils Backbone Brewing Company .  7am-8pm.  $Vary.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 361-2650. 
 
September 19, Saturday
FALL FRUIT FESTIVAL
Edible Landscaping.
Tours, music, food, lectures, door prizes, plants sale and more! Leashed pets are welcome. Edible Landscaping, Afton.  Directions: 361 Spirit Ridge Lane, Afton.  9am-5pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@ediblelandscaping.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 361-9134. 
 
September 19, Saturday
GOOD TIMES FESTIVAL
Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce.
Enjoy the Shenandoah Valley with a Battle of the Business Burger Cook-Off, a Shenandoah Showcase of local bands and more. Shenandoah Acres Family Campground, Stuarts Draft.  12pm-9:30pm.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Melissa Martin.  Email: comdevelop@augustava.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-324-1133. 
 
September 26, Saturday
18TH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
Harrisonburg International Festival.
A day of family fun that celebrates the many cultures that make up the Harrisonburg community featuring international foods, musical talent and dance, creative folk art, language and intercultural learning opportunities and the World Bazaar featuring traditional folk art. Hillandale Park, Harrisonburg.  12-6pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Special Needs Accommodation: Handicapped Accessible  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-433-6228. 
 
September 26, Saturday
19TH ANNUAL CHARLOTTESVILLE VEGETARIAN FESTIVAL
Enjoy music and entertainment from local artists, cooking demonstrations and information sessions, and of course, some of the region's best vegetarian and vegan food from local food trucks and restaurants. Lee Park.  Directions: 201 East Market Street, near Central Library.  11am-5pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@cvillevegfest.org. For details, please click this link. 
 
September 26, Saturday
WVPT KIDS' BOOK FESTIVAL
WVPT.
Fun for the whole family, including storytellers, snacks, free books for the little ones, crafts and activities that promote health and safety. Rockingham Fairgrounds.  11am-2pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Barbara Roadcap.  Email: broadcap@wvpt.net. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 800-345-9878. . 
 
September 25-27, Friday-Sunday
5TH ANNUAL MISTY MOUNTAIN MUSIC FESTIVAL
Misty Mountain Music Festival.
The 5th Annual Misty Mountain Music Festival offers great music, food, libations, a KidZone, workshops and fire dancing. Donations to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank are accepted. Misty Mountain Camp Resort, Greenwood.  4pm-midnight Friday, 11am-midnight Saturday, 11am-8pm Sunday.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Mike Leo.  Email: mike@mistycamp.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-241-3630. 
 
September 26 & 27, Saturday & Sunday
FALL INTO FUN FESTIVAL
Chiles Peach Orchard.
Welcome Autumn with lots of fun activities! Watch apple butter being made the old-fashioned way, enjoy wagon rides, play games, enjoy good food, pick your own apples and pumpkins and more! Chiles Peach Orchard.  $Free admission; some activities have a fee.  Email: info@chilespeachorchard.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-1583. 
 
September 26-27, Saturday-Sunday
VIRGINIA CLAY FESTIVAL
Noon Whistle Pottery & Greene County Tourism.
This art show celebrates the creative possibilities of clay, as potters, sculptors and jewelers gather to tell about their artwork! Other activities will include pottery demonstrations, children's activities, Raku firing and demonstration, music and more! Stanardsville, VA.  10am-5pm .  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Holly Horan or John Pluta .  Email: noonwhistle@embarqmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 985-6500. 
 
September 25-October 4
STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA
State Fair of Virginia.
Come see Virginia's finest animals and agriculture, exhibits and shows, music, arts and crafts, blue ribbon competitions and more! The Meadow Event Park, Caroline County.  Directions: I-95 exit 98 next to Kings Dominion.  Vary.  $Ticket prices vary.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-994-2800 . 
 
September-October
APPLE HARVEST CELEBRATION
Carter Mountain Orchard.
Join the Chiles family for music, food, hayrides, wine tastings, pumpkins, apple picking, apple butter, apple cider, apple cider donuts, apple pie, and all things apple! Carter Mountain Orchard.  8am-7pm the first 3 Saturdays in October; 9am-6pm every day.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833. 
 
August 29-November 1
HESS CORN MAZE AND FAMILY FUN
Back Home on the Farm.
Corn maze, pick your own pumpkin, pig races, carousel rides and more! Back Home on the Farm.  Directions: 2915 Willow Run Road, Harrisonburg.  3-7pm Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm Saturday, 12-6pm Sunday.  $8 weekdays, $10 weekends, children 2 and under free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-442-6493. 
 
Ongoing
SCHOOL FAIRS AND FESTIVALS
Many local schools host wonderful special events each year- fairs, festivals, dances, spaghetti suppers and more. Because they are designed by parents for families you can be sure of having a good time and supporting a worthwhile cause. For details, please click this link. 
 
June 13 - Oct., Every Second Saturday
SCOTTSVILLE SECOND SATURDAYS ART WALK
Scottsville Arts and Culture Committee.
Scottsville Second Saturdays is a monthly art walk that transforms Scottsvilles main street into an arts district. More than 100 pieces of local art are on display at area businesses. The event also features wine tastings, beer tastings, coffee tastings, live music, childrens activities and a chance for those who attend to create their own art. Downtown Scottsville.  3-7pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Nancy Gill.  Email: ngill.tc@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 987-1620. 
 
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September 19, Saturday
CONSTITUTION DAY CELEBRATION & TASTE OF FREEDOM WINE FESTIVAL
Montpelier.
Live music, mansion tours and children's activities will be offered throughout the day. Tastings from will be offered. See website for times of events. Montpelier.  $Prices Vary.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-672-2728. 
 
Now through October, Thursdays, Saturdays & 1st Sunday each month
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHARLOTTESVILLE WALKING TOUR
Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society.
Take a one-hour tour around Court Square to learn some of Charlottesville's rich history and revisit the time of Thomas Jefferson. Tour leaves from Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society.  Directions: McIntire Building, 200 Second St NE across from Lee Park.  Thursdays & Fridays 5:30pm; Saturdays 10am; Sundays 2pm.  $5 per person .  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 296-1492. 
 
Now-October, Saturdays & Sundays
GILMORE CABIN AT MONTPELIER
Montpelier.
Tour the Gilmore Farm, home of George Gilmore, born a slave at Montpelier. Gilmore Cabin, Montpelier, Orange.  11am-5pm.  $Free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-672-2728. 
 
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE WELCOME BOOK
The Charlottesville Welcome Book celebrates the sights and sounds of Jefferson's Virginia and provides visitors, newcomers and locals with the flavor of our wonderful community! Find art gallery openings, museums & attractions, exhibits, theatre, concerts, brewery and wine events on the calendar along with engaging short stories about the local antiques scene, shopping, history, vineyards and more. The Charlottesville Welcome Book is the quarterly sister publication of CharlottesvilleFamily so you can count on the quality that you've come to trust. Follow this link to the website and digital edition. For details, please click this link. 
 
 Markets & BazaarsGo to top of List
 
April-November, Saturdays
CITY MARKET
City of Charlottesville.
Visit for fresh local produce, plants, and plenty of homemade goodies and crafts. Second and Water Street parking lots.  7am-12pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link. 
 
May 2-mid October, Saturdays
CROZET FARMERS MARKET
The market offers a variety of locally grown vegetables, bedding plants, vegetable starts, cut flowers, homemade baked goods, handcrafted jewelry, woodcraft and pottery. Crozet United Methodist parking lot.  8am-12pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Al Minutolo.  Email: aminutolo@embarqmail.com. For more info call: 823-1092. 
 
May-September, Wednesdays
FARMERS IN THE PARK
Charlottesville Parks and Recreation.
Charlottesville's first growers only market. Farm fresh veggies, fruit, baked goods, plants and much more. Meade Park.  Directions: Corner of Mead Avenue & Chesapeake Street.  3-7pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Stephanie Maloy.  Email: maloy@charlottesville.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 970-3371. 
 
September 12, Saturday
FLEAVILLE
fleaVILLE features a carefully-curated mix of vendors offering jewelry, art, crafts, vintage and contemporary clothing, handmade items, home goods and antique furniture. The market also hosts food trucks, music and kids' activities, like face painting. IX Art Park.  Directions: At the entrance of 2nd St. SE and Monticello Avenue.  10am-2pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: fleaVILLE.  Email: fleavilleva@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 718-594-2891. 
 
September 16 & 19-26
HERE WEE GROW AGAIN!
Aldersgate United Methodist Church.
This semi-annual kids' consignment sale offers gently used clothes, toys and gear. The sale benefits local families in need and Aldersgate Methodist Church's outreach efforts. Choose which of three charities will receive your $5 entry fee at the "Choose Your Charity Event" September 16. Aldersgate United Methodist Church.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-5806. 
 
July 4-October 10, Saturdays
NELSON FARMER'S MARKET COOPERATIVE
Under the big white tent, a producer-only market featuring live music, fresh local produce, baked goods, fresh cheese, meats & poultry, fine crafts, plants, cut flowers and more. 3079 Rockfish Valley Highway, Nellysford.  8am-12pm.  Email: contact@nelsonfarmersmarket.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 760-6655. 
 
April 21-October, Tuesdays
FOREST LAKES FARMERS MARKET
Forest Lakes Community Association and Piedmont Environmental Council.
Local produce, plants, meats and eggs, home-baked goods, jams and more. Ashwood Blvd. at the South Recreational Facility in Forest Lakes.  4-7pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: tamerahammond@yahoo.com. For details, please click this link. 
 
May 2-October 31, Saturdays
SCOTTSVILLE COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET
Scottsville Chamber of Commerce.
Find food, music, crafts and more. Scottsville Pavilion, 125 Fleet Street.  8am-12pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Tanya Cornwell.  Email: svillefarmersmarket@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 286-4994. 
 
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September 8, Tuesday
FAMILY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES - DESPICABLE ME
JMRL - Northside Library.
Bring a blanket and pillows and settle in for a family-friendly movie. Popcorn and drinks provided. Films rated G. Northside Library.  6:30pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-7893. 
 
September 24, Thursday
MOVIE NIGHT AT SIPS & CINEMA: FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF
Early Mountain Vineyards.
Break out your picnic blankets and lawn chairs for an outdoor movie. Tickets include a bag of popcorn! Food trucks, Early Mountain Vineyard wine, and movie snacks for sale. Early Mountain Vineyards, 6109 Wolftown-Hood Road, Madison.  7pm.  $6, children 3 and under are free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-948-9005 . 
 
CVILLE MOVIES
Find out the movie schedule for all of Charlottesville here. For details, please click this link. 
 
 MuseumsGo to top of List
 
Now-Sept. 7
EXTREME DEEP EXHIBITION
The Mariners' Museum.
Discover wonders at the bottom of the sea with this hands-on exhibition all about deep-sea exploration. The Mariners' Museum.  For details, please click this link. 
 
August 20 & September 17
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection.
Enjoy a "Night at the Museum," your opportunity to explore the exhibitions after hours and enjoy food trucks, beer from Devil's Backbone Brewing Company, and music from local bands. Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection.  5-9pm.  $5 for non-members, free for members.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 244-0234. 
 
September 19, Saturday
FAMILY ART JAMS: COLLABORATIVE MARK-MAKING
Programs combining age-appropriate tours with hands-on art activities for children. Parents or other adult family members are encouraged to serve as assistants, models and collaborators. The Fralin Museum of Art.  1-3pm & 3-5pm .  $Free.  Contact: Fralin Education Department .  Email: museumoutreach@virginia.edu. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 243-2050. 
 
September 26, Saturday
MUSEUM DAY LIVE!
Smithsonian Magazine.
Smithsonian Magazine announced its 11th Annual Museum Day Live! Over 1,000 museums nationwide will emulate the free admission policy of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. by opening their own doors for free. Tickets for two people can be downloaded now. Participating Museums Nationwide.  All day.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: lauren@high10media.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 212-918-2046 ext. 1013. 
 
September 26, Saturday
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUM DAY LIVE!
Smithsonian Magazine.
For one day only, participating museums across the United States, with a wide range of diverse exhibitions, will open their doors for FREE to those who download a Museum Day Live ticket. Come out to one of approximately 1,300 participating museums to celebrate knowledge with a day of learning! $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Anne.  Email: anne@high10media.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 212-918-2044. 
 
First Friday of every month
FREE FIRST FRIDAY
Explore More Discovery Museum.
Kids can participate in fun activities designed to help them understand how to build a foundation and frame for everything from muscles and bones to house and home. Explore More Discovery Museum.  Directions: 150 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg.  4-7pm.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-442-8900. 
 
Every Friday
GREAT ARTISTS PROGRAM
Art history comes alive in engaging hands-on presentations and conversations as artists of all ages come together to learn about some of the world’s great artists. Think you can’t create? Pick up the media of the masters and let your creativity run wild. You might just surprise yourself! Amazement Square .  4-5pm.  $Free with admission .  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 845-1888. 
 
LOCAL MUSEUMS
We have many fabulous museums in our region. Everything from our own Virginia Discovery Museum downtown to the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond! Please also take a look at our other publication especially for tourists and newcomers, The Charlottesville Welcome Book. Visit our CharlottesvilleFamily Guide to Family Fun Year-Round for comprehensive museum listings for families in our area. For details, please click this link. 
 
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE WELCOME BOOK
The Charlottesville Welcome Book celebrates the sights and sounds of Jefferson's Virginia and provides visitors, newcomers and locals with the flavor of our wonderful community! Find art gallery openings, museums & attractions, exhibits, theatre, concerts, brewery and wine events on the calendar along with engaging short stories about the local antiques scene, shopping, history, vineyards and more. The Charlottesville Welcome Book is the quarterly sister publication of CharlottesvilleFamily so you can count on the quality that you've come to trust. Follow this link to the website and digital edition. For details, please click this link. 
 
 Nature & Park ActivitiesGo to top of List
 
July 1-October 12
BUTTERFLIES LIVE!
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.
Experience the wonderful world of butterflies! Tropical beauties, fascinating and showy, transform the Conservatory's North Wing as hundreds feed, flutter and fly around you. 1800 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond.  9am-5pm.  $Free with admission.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-262-9887. 
 
September 19-20, Saturday-Sunday
FAMILY CAMP OUT
Maymont Estate.
Take an evening hike through the estate in search of native nocturnal creatures. Enjoy s'mores and stories around the campfire. Following a night in your tent on Maymont's grounds, enjoy a continental breakfast and a morning hike. Ages 4 and older; one adult must register for every four children. Register online by September 17. Maymont.  6pm Saturday-9am Sunday.  $40 per person/$30 members.  Email: info@maymont.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-358-7166. 
 
September 19, Saturday
FAMILY CAMP OUT
Maymont Estate.
Take an evening hike through the estate in search of native nocturnal creatures, and meet a few of Maymont’s own animal ambassadors. Make s'mores and enjoy stories around the campfire. Following a night in your tent on Maymont's grounds, enjoy a continental breakfast and take a morning hike. Ages 4 and older; one adult must register for every four children. Register by September 16. Directions: 1700 Hampton Street, Richmond.  6pm Friday-9am Saturday.  $40 per person/$30 members.  Email: info@maymont.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-358-7168. 
 
July 31 & October 30, Fridays
HEIDI'S NIGHT
Charlottesville Astronomical Society.
For students in grades 4-12 and parents interested in Astronomy. Participate in laser tours, classroom activities and night sky viewings. McCormick Observatory.  9-11pm.  Contact: Steve Layman.  Email: slayman2528@comcast.net. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link. 
 
Third Friday of every month
LIVESKY PLANETARIUM SHOW
Science Museum of Virginia.
Take a guided tour of the current night sky and find out about the latest celestial happenings. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions and make requests of your astronomer host. Since the sky is always changing and audience questions and requests vary, each LiveSky show is different. No LiveSky during the month of April. Science Museum of Virginia.  Directions: 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA.  6pm.  $5 nonmembers; free for members.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-864-1431. 
 
Saturdays
MORNINGS IN THE MOUNTAINS
Wintergreen Nature Foundation.
Join a Foundation naturalist for an interpretive walk in the woods. Explore the many wonderful aspects of Wintergreen's natural environment. Trillium House.  Directions: Rt. 29S to I-64W to Exit 107 (Crozet, Rte 250). Take 250W to Rte 151S, turn left. Take 151 to Rte 664, 14.2 miles. Turn right at 664.  10am.  $3 members, $5 non-members..  All ages welcome.  Email: info@twnf.org. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-325-8169. 
 
Ongoing
STARGAZING 101
Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond.
Learn the names and locations of each season's major constellations and bright stars. Learn how to spot planets, use a star map and use binoculars for a closer look at the night sky. Fee and registration required. 2500 West Broad St., Richmond.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-864-1400. 
 
Third Friday of every month
STARS AND PLANETS
Science Museum of Virginia.
Join members of the Richmond Astronomical Society on the front lawn as they share their telescopes for a look at the night sky (weather permitting). Science Museum of Virginia.  Directions: 2500 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA.  Times vary from month to month.  $free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-864-1400. 
 
 PerformancesGo to top of List
 
September 5, 2015
WWE LIVE
WWE Live returns to John Paul Jones Arena. Don't miss your favorite WWE Superstars in action! Intercontinental Champion: Daniel Bryan Dean Ambrose Sheamus Dolph Ziggler Bad News Barret And Many More! John Paul Jones Arena.  $15-95.  All ages welcome.  Contact: JPJA Marketing Intern.  Email: jpj-mkt@virginia.edu. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-3456. 
 
September 18, Friday
UVA CAVALIER MARCHING BAND OPEN REHEARSAL
University of Virginia McIntire Department of Music.
Bring a picnic and watch the UVA Cavalier Marching Band as they prepare for their halftime show. The rehearsal is free and open to the public. Parking is available at Culbreth Road Parking Garage, the Emmet/Ivy Parking Garage, and the Central Grounds Parking Garage. There is limited street parking on University Avenue. Carr's Hill Field.  Directions: at the corner of Emmet and Ivy roads.  6:15pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-3052. 
 
Sundays
TELL US A TALE RADIO SHOW
University of Virginia's WTJU fm 91.1.
An outstanding radio program of storytelling and music for children hosted by Peter Jones. Peter also works with local school children to produce special programs. 12-2pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-0885. 
 
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE WELCOME BOOK
The Charlottesville Welcome Book celebrates the sights and sounds of Jefferson's Virginia and provides visitors, newcomers and locals with the flavor of our wonderful community! Find art gallery openings, museums & attractions, exhibits, theatre, concerts, brewery and wine events on the calendar along with engaging short stories about the local antiques scene, shopping, history, vineyards and more. The Charlottesville Welcome Book is the quarterly sister publication of CharlottesvilleFamily so you can count on the quality that you've come to trust. Follow this link to the website and digital edition. For details, please click this link. 
 
 Special EventsGo to top of List
 
June 1-August 31
SUMMER SPECTACULAR: $5 THURSDAYS
Amazement Square.
Amazement Square is offering $5 admission every Thursday all summer long! Amazement Square.  $5 per person.  For more info call: 845-1888. 
 
August 15-September 7
GREEN VALLEY BOOK FAIR
Green Valley Book Fair.
Encourage your child to read by expanding his or her home library! Huge selection of children's books at 60%-90% off retail prices on new, over-run or irregular books. 2192 Green Valley Ln., Mt. Crawford.  10am-5pm Monday-Thursday; 10am-6pm Friday & Saturday; 12-5pm Sunday.  $Free admission.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 800-385-0099. 
 
September 12, Saturday
9TH ANNUAL HERITAGE HARVEST FESTIVAL
Monticello.
Come celebrate the legacy of revolutionary gardener Thomas Jefferson, America's first "foodie," with more than 100 educational programs, hands-on workshops, garden tours, fruit and vegetable tastings, an organic, local food marketplace and kids' activities and more! Reservations recommended. West Lawn of Monticello.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 984-9800. 
 
September 12, Saturday
ROCKFISH GAP HAWK WATCH OPEN HOUSE
Rockfish Gap Hawk Watch and Blue Ridge Young Birders Club .
Where the Raptors Soar: A Day at the Hawk Watch Celebrating the annual fall migration of raptors, a falconer will be on site with a live bird-of-prey, local author Andy Straka book signing, educational displays, owl pellet dissection, free food and drinks and more. Inn at Afton Parking lot off of 250 near the I-64 exit 99.  10am-3pm.  All ages welcome.  Special Needs Accommodation: Bring binoculars if you have them, and bring an extra layer of clothes as it can get chilly mountain top. Rain cancels  Contact: Mary Mapel.  Email: info@blueridgeyoungbirders.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-363-5035. 
 
September 13, Sunday
NATIONAL LITERACY MONTH AT ASH LAWN
CharlottesvilleFamily, Tiger Fuel Company and Barnes & Noble.
CharlottesvilleFamily is a proud sponsor of National Literacy Month at Ash Lawn-Highland. Children of all ages are invited to participate in an afternoon dedicated to learning about the presidents at the home of America's last founding father. Educational activities and games and an interactive presentation on the presidents are included. Ash Lawn-Highland (Pavilion).  1-3pm.  $10/per child, Free for adults and children under 5.  All ages welcome.  Contact: David Hendrick.  Email: david@ashlawnopera.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 293-8000. 
 
September 19, Saturday
THE CONQUER CHIARI WALK ACROSS AMERICA
The event supports the thousands of people struggling with Chiari Malformation, a serious neurological disorder. Participation is free. Albemarle High School.  8:30am Registration, 10am Walk Starts.  Contact: Melissa Bibb.  Email: CCWAACharlottesville@yahoo.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-748-2740. 
 
September 26, Saturday
2015 CHARLOTTESVILLE CURESEARCH WALK
Join us as we celebrate and honor children from the Charlottesville area who have been affected by children's cancer. This special day will include prizes, music, food, and fun activities for the entire family! The Park at UVA 1015 Massie Rd.  9am-1pm.  $10 for ages 16 and up.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Jennifer Murphy.  Email: jennifer.murphy@curesearch.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 240-235-2211. 
 
September 26, Saturday
COYNER SPRINGS KITE FLY
Waynesboro Parks and Recreation.
Bring your kite or if you don't have one, they will be giving away over 300 kites. Also available will be professional kite-flying performances, a pony or old fashioned hay ride, Pumpkin picking and sling an apple in our apple chuckin' contest. Coyner Springs Park.  10am-3pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Waynesboro Parks and Recreation.  Email: parksandrec@ci.waynesboro.va.us. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-942-6735. 
 
September 26, Saturday
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUM DAY LIVE!
Smithsonian Magazine.
For one day only, participating museums across the United States, with a wide range of diverse exhibitions, will open their doors for FREE to those who download a Museum Day Live ticket. Come out to one of approximately 1,300 participating museums to celebrate knowledge with a day of learning! $Free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Anne.  Email: anne@high10media.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 212-918-2044. 
 
September 28, Monday
CROZET'S YESTERYEARS, AND A HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
Crozet Library.
Travel back in time to Crozet's yesteryears as speakerss talk about the moment in captured in the photograph hanging behind the circulation desk. Music and cake available in celebrating the 2nd anniversary of the "new" Crozet library. Ages 12+. Registration recommended. Crozet Library.  7pm.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-4050. 
 
October 31, Saturday
HALLOWEEN IN DOWNTOWN STAUNTON
Children can visit the Staunton Downtown Development Association Witch and follow the pumpkins to participating stores to trick-or-treat. Participating Downtown Staunton stores.  10am-12pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-332-3867. 
 
October 31, Saturday
SPOOKY PARTY
Children's Museum of Richmond.
Have some not-so-spooky fun at one of our satellite locations! Put on a costume and enjoy halloween-themed fun and games all day long! CMoR Chesterfield,CMoR Short Pump and CMoR Fredericksburg locations.  10am-4pm.  $free with admission.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-474-7000. 
 
September 8-November 13
WRITER'S EYE CONTEST
UVA's Fralin Museum of Art.
This annual competition challenges youth in grades 3-12, University students and adults to submit original poetry and prose compositions inspired by works on view in the Museum. This year's selections will be drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, and three new exhibitions: Jacob Lawrence: Struggle...From the History of the American People, Collection: Sol LeWitt and Photography, and the Cavaliers Collect exhibition. Schedule a tour. Submissions due Nov 20, 5pm. UVA's Fralin Museum of Art.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-3592. 
 
Now-December 27, Saturdays & Sundays
2015 SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE IDEA HOUSE TOUR!
Come tour the 2015 Southern Living Magazine Idea House. This exclusive home will be featured in the August issue of Southern Living Magazine. Bundoran Farm, North Garden.  10am-4pm Saturday; 12pm-4pm Sunday.  $15, children under 12 free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Summit Custom Homes.  Email: Ashleigh@summitofva.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 244-5600. 
 
Fridays & Sundays
ROLLER SKATING AT CARVER RECREATION CENTER
Charlottesville Parks and Recreation.
Roller skating has returned to Carver Recreation Center. This free event occurs Fridays from 5pm-8pm and Sundays from 1pm-6pm. Skates are provided and there is no charge for this activity. Carver Recreation Center, Jefferson School City Center.  5-8pm Fridays; 1-6pm Sunday.  $Free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 970-3053. 
 
 Sporting EventsGo to top of List
 
September 12, Saturday
UVA FOOTBALL SEASON OPENER VS. NOTRE DAME
University of Virginia Athletics.
Cheer on our 'Hoos at their home opener! Scott Stadium.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-8821. 
 
September 13, Sunday
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB CYCLING CHALLENGE
The Boys & Girls Club Cycling Challenge.
Join hundreds of cyclists for a bike ride through the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 25-, 50, 75, and 100-mile routes, plus an 8-mile family ride, out and back from Old Trail Swim Club to Chiles Peach Orchard. After-party festivities with lunch, drinks, and live music. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia.  8am start.  For details, please click this link. 
 
September 19, Friday
BLUE RIDGE CYCLING FESTIVAL
A day filled with cycling together through Nelson County. Several routes have been selected for all types of riders including off road, kids' rides and a challenging metric century. Enjoy live music and tastings of Nelson at Devils Backbone Brewing Company. Any profits of the weekend will be donated to the Nelson County Community Fund which supports schools, organizations and individuals in need. Devils Backbone Brewing Company .  7am-8pm.  $Vary.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 361-2650. 
 
September 19, Saturday
SPECIAL OLYMPICS AREA 3 10K RUN & 2 MILE WALK
This 6.2 mile run features prizes for the best male and female overall, as well as age group place prizes, and grab bags. Meriwether Lewis Elementary School.  8am.  $Vary.  Email: David.Zentmyer@ccs.k12.va.us. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 295-2391. 
 
September 19, Saturday
UVA FOOTBALL VS. WILLIAM & MARY
University of Virginia Athletics.
Cheer on our 'Hoos at home for their Youth Day! Scott Stadium.  3:30pm.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 243-3571. 
 
September 25, Friday
UVA FOOTBALL VS. BOISE STATE
University of Virginia Athletics.
Cheer on our 'Hoos at home! Scott Stadium.  8pm.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-8821. 
 
September 23-November 22
JUNIOR ROLLER DERBY
Charlottesville Derby Dames.
Back by popular demand - roller derby for children ages 8-17. This twice-weekly class (Wed & Sun) is taught by nationally-ranked roller derby players who are also personal trainers, teachers and parents. Kids learn how to safely skate, stop, fall, and work their way up to pack work with other students. Most gear is provided. Ruckersville.  $75.  Recommended for ages 8 to 17.  Contact: Information.  Email: contact@charlottesvillederbydames.com. For details, please click this link. 
 
THE CHARLOTTESVILLE WELCOME BOOK
The Charlottesville Welcome Book celebrates the sights and sounds of Jefferson's Virginia and provides visitors, newcomers and locals with the flavor of our wonderful community! Find art gallery openings, museums & attractions, exhibits, theatre, concerts, brewery and wine events on the calendar along with engaging short stories about the local antiques scene, shopping, history, vineyards and more. The Charlottesville Welcome Book is the quarterly sister publication of CharlottesvilleFamily so you can count on the quality that you've come to trust. Follow this link to the website and digital edition. For details, please click this link. 
 
UVA CAVALIERS
University of Virginia.
Go Hoos!!! Youth Day games provide extra treats for the kids! Season schedule and games scores available through web link. All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 982-5631. 
 
 StorytimesGo to top of List
 
STORYTIME EVENTS
In addition to all of the regular Storytimes planned around town each week there are sometimes extra special events. Look to the AF Kid's Events and Activities Calendar for Storytime Events to find visits from costumed characters, theme parties, live storytimes on the radio, and more.
 
 TheatreGo to top of List
 
THEATRE PERFORMANCE GROUPS
Charlottesville-Albemarle is filled with talent! Your young dancer or actor is sure to find a class or group to enjoy. Look to our AF Guide to Kids Recreation Year-Round to find many terrific organizations offering dance classes and theatre classes. Also, watch the Family Events and Festivals Calendar for specific performances and review the AK Guide to Family Fun Year-Round to see which groups do shows for families.
 

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