It’s MLK holiday weekend! With the extra day, there are tons to do in RVA. Regardless of where your interests take you make sure to take some time to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
See our favorite must-dos in the latest Weekend Roundup:
New to Theaters
“A Night Of Love” With Willie Moore, Jr.
6:00pm to 9:00pm
Willie Moore Jr. Presents… “Happily After All: A Night of Love” at the Trinity Family Life Center. Don’t miss this unique experience for couples and serious singles to strengthen their thoughts and approach towards relationships and love.
Enjoy live music, comedy, games, and informative presentations packed with local and national celebrities, it will surely make this an unforgettable “Night of Love.” Click Here for more details.
Scream & Holler Rap Karaoke
How well do you know the lyrics to some of your favorite hip-hop songs? Test your skills at Scream & Holler Rap Karaoke at The Broadberry. Click Here for more information.
Afro-Zen Allstars at Garden Grove
Afro-Zen Allstars are back for their 1st show of 2018!! Enjoy new material and special guest Allstars Jason Scott & Myrick Crampton on the horns. Click Here for more information.
A.J. Johnson at the Funny Bone
He has been featured in box office hits Player’s Club, How To Be A Player, Friday, Menace To Society, Lethal Weapon and more! His television credits include urban classics like, Martin and The Jamie Foxx Show. See A.J. Johnson at the Funny Bone this weekend. Click Here for details.
Barter Players Present The Call of the Wild
Theater anyone? The Barter Players bring their critically-acclaimed production of Call of the Wild to the Henrico Theatre. Click Here for details.
Victorian High Tech at Maymont
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
This special behind-the-scenes tour reveals the bells, whistles, hidden panels, knobs, tubes and other technological wonders of Maymont Mansion. Click Here for details.
Snow Days Festival at the Children’s Museum
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join the Children’s Museum of Richmond for their annual Snow Days Festival, Enjoy live music, education stations, storytime, and so much more. Click Here for more information.
The Art of Noise
It’s that time again. The Art of Noise takes over the The Broadberry! Click Here for details.
Winter Exhibits @ Art Works!
November 25, 2017 – January 21, 2018
Take in some of the best artistry in RVA. Click Here for details.
Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China
November 18, 2017 – March 11, 2018
One of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century has come to Richmond’s VMFA. The legendary Terracotta Army, an underground army of nearly 8,000 life-size terracotta figures paint a vivid picture of china’s Quin Dynasty. This exhibition features ten majestic terracotta figures, including a cavalry horse, and 130 works that tell the story of China’s birth and one man’s lasting imprint on a nation. The exhibit runs from November 18, 2017 – March 11, 2018. Click Here for more information.
MLK Community Day
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Poverty, lack of resources, and joblessness…what can we do? COMMUNITY, CAN WE TALK? Let the Richmond community speak about it on MLK Community Day Jan 15th, 12p-2p at the Celebration Church & Outreach Ministry 5501 Midlothian Turnpike. It’s time to allow the community to speak while community leaders, activists, and law enforcement LISTEN. Bring your concerns and we’ll focus on solutions. Calling all teens, young adults, parents, and citizens victimized by crime to SPEAK. Talk up as we listen up!
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