10:15am-12:30pm: Join Atlantic Shores Living for the Virginia Beach Self-Discovery Series “Color Your World with Adult Coloring Books.”
5-8pm: Attend the reception of “From Maine to Mexico” at Gallery 21.
5:30-7pm: Grab your ticket for a private look at The Paris of Toulous-Lautrec with music of the era at the Chrysler Museum of Art.
6pm: Join Booker T. Washington High School students and the Norfolk Academy Literacy Fellows for the “No One Can Change Me But Me” reading and signing event.
6-8pm: Head to the Sandler Center to attend the Free Artist Reception: Old Dominion University Art Exhibition.
6-9pm: Enjoy a Brew at the Zoo and Vino Too!
6-9pm: Spend an evening at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens during Sunsets on the River with Cheap Thrills.
6:30-9pm: Enjoy TFC Band at Sunset Thursdays at Portside.
8pm: Hear Ghost and Royal Thunder at the Norva.
6-9pm: Make your way to Bearded Bird Brewing in Norfolk for the Steven Thorne Duo.
6:30-8pm: Don’t miss the Norfolk Notables Tour in Elmwood Cemetery in Norfolk.
7-9pm: Enjoy music from Seth Adam and Jared McCloud at Borjo in Norfolk.
7-10pm: You have beer, and YOU’RE ON A BOAT! Get your tickets for the Craft Brews Cruise in Virginia Beach.
7-10pm: Stop! Collaborate and listen! You can join in on the Open Build Night at 757 Makerspace in Norfolk.
7-11pm: Head to 37th and Zen to see Barabbas, Isolationist, Faded, and Dead Seas.
7-11:45pm: Stop by Charlie’s American Café in Norfolk to catch Turncoat, Great American Ghost, Motives, and more.
7:30pm: Enjoy an evening tour on the water during Moonlight Paddle in Virginia Beach.
8-9:30pm: Grab a ticket to Girl-Prov: The Girls’ Night of Improv at the Push Comedy Theater.
8:30pm: Head to The Norva for YFN Lucci and Money Man.
9pm-2am: Spend an evening at Peabody’s Nightclub in Virginia Beach with Blurred, featuring Ganja White Night with DeFuzed, TopHat, and Deacon.
9pm-2am: Did you know Toast could be this good? Enjoy a late-night entertainment snack with No Borders, Davy Wreck, and Tokyo Trendz.
10-11:30pm: Find out why being Teacher’s Pet is so hilarious at the Push.
9:30-10:30am: I would have never guessed yoga and beer were such a great combo. Try it for yourself during Yoga on Tap at St. George Brewing in Hampton.
10-11am: Start your Saturday off at Cedar Grove Cemetery during the Cemetery Tour. Your region is rich with history!
10am-1pm: Bring your yarn and needles to Huber Court at the Chrysler Museum for Knit in Public Day.
10am-2pm: This is a special event for a special little gal who has been diagnosed for the 4th time with cancer. Help the fam out by attending the Fundraiser Boutique for #teammaddie at Fox Hill Road Baptist Church in Hampton.
11am-12pm: Sloga is back in action at the Library. Grab your mat!
11am-3pm: Enjoy a special day at Historic St. Luke’s Church in Smithfield during Picnic Day 2017. There will be games and activities. Bring your picnic baskets!
12-6pm: Shop the Crafted Summer Pop Up at Esoteric in Virginia Beach.
12-8pm: Bring your friends to the Spring Street Fair in Norfolk hosted by Smartmouth Beer.
12-9pm: Celebrate the bottle release of Outlaw Republic at Reaver Beach Brewing in Virginia Beach.
12-10pm: Head to Coelacanth in Norfolk for the Moon Goddess Imperial Pilsner Release.
12-10pm: Party with Benchtop Brewing in Norfolk during the Wheels of Soul Shindig.
12-11pm: Attend the Wheels of Soul Tapping Party at Young Veterans Brewing in Virginia Beach.
1-3pm: Spend some time in Norfolk during the Historic Houses: Weekend Talks and Tours.
1-5pm: Do some good in your own region by volunteering at the James City County Clean-Up Day.
1-11pm: Spend your Saturday at the Slover Library during the Hampton Roads Caribbean Film Festival.
2-3pm: Attend the Glass lecture and Book Signing at the Chrysler Museum.
2:30-4pm: Have a case of writer’s block? Procrastinating on a piece that should have been done ages ago? Lacking inspiration? Join the Write-In at Slover Library and get the words to flow.
2:30-9:30pm: Check out the line-up for the Seawall Music Festival happening at the Olde Towne Portsmouth Waterfront. Hear BLAQUE Velvet at the Olde Towne Portsmouth Waterfront as part of the Seawall Music Festival.
3-6pm: Attend Fashions for Your Fur at Hunt Club Farm.
5-10pm: You whined a lot during the work week, now wine a lot at the Uncorked Wine Festival in Portsmouth.
6:30pm: Spend your evening with the Nice School of Dance at the Harrison Opera House.
7-11:59pm: Get tickets to the LAVA Outdoor Summer Series at Toast featuring Wyteshayds (aka my least favorite band name for a spelling competition), Clair Morgan, and Animal Flag.
7:30-9pm: If tickets are still available for this event, grab them quickly! This has sold out every month for over a year! The Push Comedy Theater presents Who Dunnit? The Improvised Murder Mystery. They even moved the time to an earlier slot so you can see the show and still make it to the fireworks at Harborfest.
8pm: Enjoy an evening with W. Kamau Bell at the Attucks Theatre.
8pm: Kick it old school with The Legwarmers and DJ Ghozt at The Norva.
10pm-1am: Hear Bennett Wales and The Relief at HK on the Bay in Virginia Beach.
10am-1pm: Do a little day-time star gazing during Sun-Days at Elizabeth River Park.
10:30-11:30pm: Stretch your weekend during Poses & Pints: Sunday morning yoga at O’Connor Brewing.
11am-4pm: Shop the Riverview Village Days Open Air Market at 38th and Granby in Norfolk. While you’re there, participate in the pop-up yoga from 11-12.
12-6pm: Enjoy the 19th Annual Phelps Brothers Music Festival in Chesapeake.
1-3pm: If you missed Saturday’s tours of the Historic Houses, join in on one of these!
2-5pm: Hear Amy Ferebee at Borjo in Norfolk.
3-7pm: As a kick-off to Pride Week, Hampton Roads Pride is hosting Queeriosity T.R.U.
4-5:30pm: Sweat it out during the Perfectly Pretty Fitness PARTY at Booker T. Washington High School.
5:30-7:30pm: Sway to the sounds of the One Love Caribbean Steel Drum Band at Elizabeth River Park.
5:30-11pm: Grab your ticket to Gala at the Z.
7-8:30pm: Join the Push Comedy Theater for On the House: Housewarming Sketch Comedy Show.
8-9pm: Close out your weekend by finding your center during Twilight Restorative yoga at The Pagoda in Norfolk.
All Weekend Long:
Thursday through Sunday: Hear live music at the Oceanfront.
Friday and Saturday: Head to Chesapeake for the Khedive Shrine Championship Rodeo.
Friday and Saturday: See one of the two performances of “After Orlando: Stories of Los 49” presented by The Zeiders American Dream Theatre and The Orange Ave Project.
Friday through Sunday: See one of the many shows of Golden Slippers Present Stars and Starlets 2017 at Chrysler Hall.
Friday through Sunday: It’s time for the Williamsburg Greek Festival!