Sunday, October 18th 2015 - 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm at The V. Earl Dickinson Building at PVCC
501 College Dr
The Charlottesville Municipal Band, an 80 member volunteer symphonic concert band, will present its 93rd Season Fall Concert Sunday Oct. 18th at 3:30 in the Main Stage Theater of the V. Earl Dickinson Building on the campus of Piedmont Virginia Community College. The program will include classics, contemporary works, selections from Broadway and more. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, visit cvilleband.org.
Tuesday, October 20th 2015 - 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Mount Zion First African Baptist Church
105 Lankford Avenue
Thank Goodness for Women – Stay Healthy, Be Happy, Be Active! Join the University of Virginia Health System for their 2nd annual women’s health awareness celebration on Tuesday, October 20th from 6 to 9pm at Mount Zion First African Baptist Church of Charlottesville. The program will feature women’s health professionals from UVA Health System with information on heart health, memory & aging, along with entertainment and free health screenings. Refreshments will be served and door prizes and goodie bags will be given away. For more information on this free event, call 434-243-4734.
Wednesday, October 21st 2015 - 12:00 am at Keswick Vineyards
1575 Keswick Winery Dr.
Join us the third Wednesday of each month from 5-8pm for a special concert & food truck series and “wine down” on our new patio & outdoor event space. No cover charge.
August 19: Music by Scuffletown and food from Two Brothers Southwestern Grill.
October 21: Music by Chamomile & Whiskey and food from Two Brothers Southwestern Grill.
Wednesday, October 21st 2015 - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Participants in a free seminar offered by Virginia Credit Union will learn the benefits of getting and keeping their personal financial records organized. Participants will learn what records to keep, what to keep handy in the event of a natural disaster, and tips for taking an inventory of their financial records.
The seminar will be held Wednesday, October 21 from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Charlottesville Gordon Avenue Library, 1500 Gordon Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903.
The Gordon Avenue Library is a branch of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. The event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is requested. To register, please call (434) 296-5544.
A financial cooperative serving more than 241,000 members, Virginia Credit Union offers a variety of affordable banking services, loans, mortgages, and free financial education resources, with a focus on helping people feel more confident about their finances. Virginia Credit Union is an equal housing opportunity lender and is federally insured by NCUA. For more information, visit www.vacu.org.
Thursday, October 22nd 2015 - 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church
717 Rugby Road
Blue Ridge Virginia Chapter of the United Nations Association invites you to join them as former United Nations Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering speak Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 4:00pm, at the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church-Unitarian Universalist on Rugby Road in Charlottesville. The subject will be, “The UN at 70”. A reception will follow to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations’ founding. Mark your calendar for this special event. For more information, call 434-409-0264.
Thursday, October 22nd 2015 - 7:00 pm at David Sellers and Bette Dzamba’s house in Charlottesville
For directions: email BetteDaveYstone@gmail.com
A book club discussion of Aldo Leopold’s classic collection of essays, “A Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There.”
In the forward to the book Leopold writes, “there are some who can live without wild things, and some who cannot…Like winds and sunsets, wild things were taken for granted until progress began to do away with them. Now we face the question whether a still higher ‘standard of living’ is worth its cost in things natural, wild, and free. For us of the minority, the opportunity to see geese is more important than television and the chance to find a pasque-flower is a right as inalienable as free speech.”
If you one of those who “cannot live without wild things” please join us to discuss the book. (it will be more fun than Thursday night television but we probably won’t see geese)
For directions: email BetteDaveYstone@gmail.com.
Saturday, October 24th 2015 - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm at Lee Park
E. Market Street & 2nd St. NE
Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s programs and services and national research efforts. Alzheimer’s disease is the largest unaddressed public threat facing the nation today. Currently, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, the sixth-leading cause of death and the second most feared health condition in the U.S. Go to alz.org/walk to learn more or sign up your team today!.
Saturday, October 24th 2015 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at East End Farm
1091 Hamilton Rd
The Suicide Prevention Awareness & Resource Council will be holding their first annual SPARC of Hope Walk Saturday, Oct. 24 at East End Farm in Green Springs. The walk will be held from 9 to noon and help fund education and expanded training for mental health professionals, first responders and school personnel to continue ongoing suicide prevention efforts in Charlottesville, Albemarle, Louisa, Nelson, Fluvanna and Green Counties. This year’s theme is “Help Us Shine the Light on Suicide Prevention”. This is a rain or shine event. For more information, visit sparchope.org.
Saturday, October 24th 2015 - 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at Monticello
931 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy
Monticello’s Archaeology Department is hosting its annual open house Saturday Oct. 24th from 10 to 4 and invites you to join the celebration! Staff archaeologists will be on hand to offer walking tours of the Monticello Plantation landscape and answer questions about exhibits of recent excavations. There will be an interactive dig kids and more! All events are free but reservations are required for the dig. For more information or to sign up for the dig, visit monticello.org
Tuesday, November 10th 2015 - 11:00 am - 12:30 pm at American Legion Post 74
3025 Louisa Road
All classes are FREE, start at 11am and are taught by the Rural Health Educators. Spouses and caregivers are invited to attend.
Mission: The mission of the Rural Health Initiative Program is to improve access to care and enhance quality of care for rural veterans. The Health Education section wants to improve your access to health education and wellness information by bringing educational classes to your community at your convenience.
Why: Access to health services in rural and underserved areas creates barriers to healthcare. Less than 15,000 Veterans living in rural Virginia are currently enrolled for VA benefits and services. This initiative aims to improve access by taking services to the rural communities.