4-6pm: Register for the Fireside Sessions “Branding” event at Corner Gallery.
5-9pm: See what Benchtop Brewing is cooking up at the Fuzzification Beer Release.
5-10pm: It’s time again for Third Thursday at the Museum at the wonderful Chrysler Museum of Art. Enjoy dancing with the Mambo Room and more. While you’re there, pop across the street for the Third Thursday at the Glass Studio featuring Heather Sutherland and Tyler Gordon.
6-8pm: Head to the Townebank Fountain Park in Norfolk for the Norfolk’s Finest and Furriest Calendar Launch Party.
6-7:45pm: See the documentary GerryRIGGED: Turning Democracy on its Head at the Morgan Memorial Library in Suffolk.
6:30-7:30pm: Bring a mat, or a friend named Matt, to Yoga at The PLOT.
6:30-7:30pm: Check out the Opening Reception: International Women at the TCC Visual Arts Center in Portsmouth.
6:30-8:30pm: Did you go to college to get more knowledge, or did you go to Jupiter to get more stupider? Find out during the Monthly Trivia Night at MoMAC Brewing in Portsmouth.
6:30-9:30pm: Enjoy free music from 2NDWYND during Sunset Thursdays at Portside.
7-10pm: Check out Burning Man Nights at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens.
4-10pm: Hop over to Rip Rap Brewing for their Beer Release: Fresh Gale Wet Hop IPA.
5-8pm: Get your ticket to It’s Fall, Y’all, a fun evening to support St. Mary’s Home.
6-8pm: Attend the Offsite Gallery Opening Andy Harris: Neighborhood Watch.
6:30-8:30pm: Enjoy Rhythms on the Riverwalk with the Dave Cynar Band at Riverwalk Landing.
8pm: Grab your tickets to see Jadakiss and Nipsey Hussle at The Norva.
8pm and 10pm: Chuckle, don’t gaffe, during Monocle: Style Glamour Sophistication Comedy at the Push Comedy Theater. Stick around and get rowdy at 10pm during Lip Service Round 2 – The Ultimate Lip Sync Competition.
8pm-1:30am: Party at Charlie’s with Smoke From All The Friction, Waking April, Mirador, and Starcoast.
7am: Rise and shine and get that blood pumping! Get registered for the 6th Annual Heart of Ghent 10K.
9am: Join in on the National Day of Civic Hacking event.
10am-12pm: Learn about techniques reduce your impact on the environment at Reduce Your Footprint: Energy Efficiency and Green Living at the Morgan Memorial Library in Suffolk.
10am-12pm: With all the rabid foxes around here, why would you NOT go to this? Take your furry friend to the Portsmouth Low Cost Rabies Clinic.
10am-4pm: Take advantage of Museum Day Live with the Virginia Beach History Museums.
11am-8pm: Batman lovers unite at Local Heroes for Batman Day 2017. Personally, I’ll show up wearing my Superman shirt. #Superman4eva.
12-6pm: Enjoy a fun day with friends and family at the Northwest River Park Family Fun Day in Chesapeake.
12-8pm: One vegan man’s nightmare is a meat lover’s dream. Head to Town Point Park for Ribtoberfest & Southern Foodways.
12-9pm: Head to Reaver Beach Brewing for the Bottle Release of On the Account.
1-3pm: Don’t miss this free event: Cuba! The Birthplace of Rumba and Casino at the Chrysler Museum of Art.
4:30-6:30pm: If you’re going to rock, rock for beer. And that is exactly what The Kings of Ukulele will be doing at Smartmouth.
7pm: Jump into the 20s during the Great Gatsby Party at Still in Portsmouth.
7-10pm: Virginia is for lovers, and the Slover Library is for book lovers. Attend the Muse’s Book Lovers Bash at the Slover.
8pm: Feel old as you realize that this band is celebrating 25 years of playing music together. You can see Hanson at The Norva.
8pm: Enjoy music with five-time Grammy award-winning bassist Victor Wooten at Chrysler Hall. If you can’t make this performance, there is another one on Sunday at the Sandler Center.
8pm: Head to the Attucks Theatre to hear Nicole Henry.
8pm-1:30am: Hear Pain in the Years, Black Blinds, and The Purge at Charlie’s.
8pm and 10pm: Enjoy Musical Improv with Double Treble at the Push at 8pm. If that doesn’t do it, stick around for TOO FAR: The Dirtiest, Most Inappropriate Comedy Show EVER at 10.
9am-12pm: Feel that rumble in your chest? It’s the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride.
9am-3pm: The Hunter House Victorian Museum is doing some cleaning, and you can shop their Victorian Rummage Sale.
10am-12pm: Spend some time improving our lands during the International Waterways Cleanup at Northwest River Park.
10am-1pm: Trade your “cheers” for “namaste” at Peace n’ Pints Yoga at Smartmouth.
10:30-11:30am: Head to O’Connor’s for Poses & Pints: Sunday Morning Yoga.
10:30-11:45am: Everyone is happy during Hoppy Yoga at Green Flash.
2:30pm: Enjoy an afternoon at the Sandler Center with five-time Grammy winner Victor Wooten and the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
7:30-11:30pm: End your weekend at 37th and Zen with Strengthen What Remains and more.
All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday, and beyond: Don’t miss this awesome event at the Wells Theatre. The Virginia Stage Company presents “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash.”
Friday through Sunday: Catch live music at the Virginia Town Center.
Friday through Sunday, and beyond, See “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Friday through Sunday, and beyond: See “Jesus Christ Superstar” at the Little Theatre of Norfolk.
Saturday and Sunday: Ah, yeah! The Tidewater accent may be similar to Foghorn Leghorn, but you can go all Yosemite Sam after a visit to the Southeaster Guns & Knives Show at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Saturday and Sunday: Check out the Fourth Annual Yorktown Folk Festival.
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