There are many great things to do this weekend, but all I really have to say is: Go Superman.
All weekend long
Thursday through Saturday: Get your taste buds in gear for Suffolk Restaurant Week.
Thursday through Saturday, enjoy An Evening of Dance at William and Mary Theatre & Dance.
Thursday through Sunday (and beyond), see Violet at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Friday through Sunday, enjoy ODU Minicon 2016.
Saturday and Sunday, go nuts with your kids at the Easter Egg Hunt at Hunt Club Farm.
Saturday and Sunday, experience Shen Yun at Chrysler Hall.
Running through April 30th, see the amazing LanternAsia at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens.
8am: If you are interested in cyber security, check out the Coastal Virginia Cyber Symposium at the Westin in Virginia Beach.
5pm: Find your way to Esoteric in Virginia Beach for Beer, Beats and Brewer.
6pm: Hang with Hundley at PFAC. The American Scrap Artist will offer an artist talk and guided tour.
6-7pm: A friend recently told me that yoga is sooooooooo good. See if you agree at Yoga at Town Point Park.
6:30pm: Check out Artist Talk with Courtney Mattison and Kip Evans at the Virginia MOCA.
7-8pm: Don’t miss Olive Springer-Ezell: From the Caribbean to White House at the Hampton History Museum.
7pm: The Reckless Maybes may show up at Borjo Coffeehouse. Or not. Who knows – they’re reckless.
7-9pm: Put your thinking cap on (or beer-drinking cap) for Trivia Night at Coelacanth.
8pm: Get rowdy with John Pardi and The Bill Miles Band at the Norva.
9pm: There’ll be Heretics in the Lab and Technophobia happening at Work Release.
12-1pm: Get your lunchtime groove on during Slover Sounds featuring Mountaintide.
4:30pm: Choose a side: Superman vs Batman at Coelacanth. Seriously, people? I see some people have chosen Batman. I can’t accept this. I need some Superman supporters at this event!
5pm: Take part in the Spring Break Carnival at the Virginia Beach Farmers Market.
5-8pm: Stop by Mermaid Winery for Free Tasting Friday: Thomas’ Picks.
5:30pm: Head to DoG Street Pub in Williamsburg for the Spring Fish Fry.
6pm: Hang with Tidewater Comicon at Chicho’s Strawbridge as they gear up for Batman v Superman.
7pm: There’ll be an Old Bust Head Brewing Company Beer Tasting at Great Bottles, LLC in Suffolk.
7-8:30pm: Have s’more fun this weekend at Campfire Fun and Wetland Hayride at Sandy Bottom Nature Park. Register by Thursday for this one.
7:30pm: Get ready for the Fourth Year Anniversary Concert with Killah Quan, Peake City, Eroc, Robbie Gun Turner, Mz Muney, Sake, Biggz, S.C.A., and Jaskizzal at the Norva.
8pm: And then, we were down to the Final Four – in comedy that is.
8pm: Catch Jessy J at the Attucks Theater.
9:30pm: Catch The REEF and RastaMiles at Chicho’s Strawbridge.
10pm: It is Harold Night at the Push! Get ready to laugh.
8am-12pm: Head to Lazerrush in Newport News for Breakfast with the Easter Bunny & Egg Hunt.
8:30am: Make your reservations early for the Easter Egg Hunt at Nauticus.
9am: It is time for the 8th Annual Spartyka Wounded Warrior 5K in VB.
10am: It is Cause for Paws in Virginia Beach.
10am-12pm: Head to Bayville Farms Park in Virginia Beach for the Eggstra Eggstravagant Egg Event.
10am: The Peninsula Town Center will host PTC’s Hoppin’ Easter Event.
10am-1pm: There’s another EGGstravaganza at Chesapeake City Park.
10am-3pm: Catch the Easter Eggstravaganza at Sandy Bottom Nature Park in Hampton.
11am: Search for 10,000 Eggs at the Easter Egg Hunt in Fountain Park in Portsmouth.
11am-1pm: If you’re kids have food allergies, take note that City View District Park in Virginia Beach is hosting an “Egg Scramble” Food Allergy Friendly Egg Hunt.
1:30-2:15pm: Learn about American Indian Women in the 18th Century at Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg. It is a better educational experience than learning about women in a regular bar.
2-3:30pm: Head to the Slover Library for Postcard History of Norfolk by Bill Inge.
5-8pm: Support future rock and rollers at the School of Rock Scholarship Fundraiser at Shaka’s Live in VB.
7-11pm: Celebrate the release of Summer Fetch Citrus Honey Wheat at Wasserhund and enjoy music from Matt Holloman.
8pm: Only in your wildest dreams did you think The Moody Blues would be in Hampton Roads. Join them at the Ferguson Center for the Arts.
8pm: Do you like “Whose Line is it Anyway”? Then you’ll love Improv Riot at the Push.
8pm: The American Theatre in Hampton presents Julius Caesar.
10pm: It’s time for Improvageddon: The Ultimate Improv Competition at the Push.
10:30am: SensoryAbled Kids, LLC is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt & Pictures with the Easter Bunny.
11am-3pm: Sundays are a drag at 37th and Zen.
4-7pm: Catch Tret in concert at Fresh Eats & Drinks.
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