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Ben King & Andrea Dvorak / Mini Maker Faire (#812)
Two world class professional US cyclists; elebrate the Maker Movement
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Beyond the Gates / Toan Nguyen (#811)
Explore history & raise money for charity; end poverty
Montanova Stables / Riverfest (#810)
horsemanship & mentoring program for children; festival about environmental conservation
Alzheimer’s Association / Art Wheeler (#809)
Care & support of individuals affected by Alzheimer's; musician & teacher Art Wheeler
Tour de Coop / Dr. Scott Commins (#808)
A bike tour to check out urban chicken coops; a physician working to solve allergies
Tom Tom Founders Festival / James River Runners (#807)
Celebrate music, art, innovation creativity and community; go tubing down the James River
Stokes of England / 100 Black Men of Central Virginia (#806)
Talk shop with a blacksmith; an inter-generational mentoring program.
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank / IX Art Park (#805)
An organization that serves over 100,000 people per month; visit an interactive art park
Virginia Consort / White Hall & King Family Vineyards (#804)
The Virginia Consort; White Hall Vineyards and King Family Vineyards
Habitat for Humanity / Project Perry (#803)
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville / Project Perry
Jason Pollock / Dr. Ho’s Humble Pie (#802)
Catch up with local musician Jason Pollock; our favorite recipes at a beloved restaurant.
David Maurer / Charles Hall (#801)
A veteran who has served as a feature writer 3 decades; visit a master glassblower
AHIP; Charlottesville Jazz Society (#708)
Learn about helping families have safe homes and a group dedicated to preserving jazz.
Art with a Mission; Month10 Post Partum Doula Work
A painter provides opportunities through art. Learn about “mothering the mother.”
Charlottesville Retreads; Young Writers Workshop
Play ball with a senior softball team. Sit in on a writers workshop for teens.
Ash Lawn Opera; Mi Ossa
Catch up with one of the finest small opera companies & a business with a desire to help.
Fall Fiber Festival & Sheep Dog Trials; Greg Howard (#712)
Fall Fiber Festival & Montpelier Sheep Dog Trials; Greg Howard (#712)
Virginia Craft Brewers Festival; Rockbridge Guitars (#711)
Talk beer with area brewmasters. Learn about a company that makes hand-crafted guitars.
Virginia Cooperative Extension; The Senior Center (#710)
Virginia Cooperative Extension: Albemarle County/Charlottesville Office; The Senior Center
Keswick Hall; Salvagewrights (#709)
Learn about the history of Keswick Hall and architectural salvage.
Wineries Working Together; Historical Society
Wineries Working Together; Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society
Beyond the Flavor/UVa MRI-guided Focused Ultrasound Program
Local photo-journalists shares stories and favorite recipes. Explore an Ultrasound Center.
African-American Heritage Center; Vehicle Safety
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center & Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Shenandoah Valley Soaring; Sneak Reviews
Season 7 premiere features a local gliding club and a C'ville treasure for film lovers.