6-9pm: It’s Third Thursday at the Chrysler Museum!
7-8:30pm: Laugh it up at Harold Night at the Push.
7-11:30pm: Head to Charlie’s to see Flesh Narc, COQ, Yohimbe, and Golden Oriole.
7:30pm: Test your talent at The Word at Zeiders American Dream Theater. This is an open mic event for poets, storytellers, and more.
8pm: Enjoy music by SOJA, The Movement, and SoPoz at the Norva.
8-10pm: Enjoy Jiji, guitar at the Robin Hixon Theater.
6:30-7:30am: Rise and shine, and get your tush to the Plot for Pop-Up Yoga.
3-10pm: Head to Benchtop Brewing for the Gong Water Release.
4-11pm: Check out the Caffeine Capital Pale Ale Release Party at Brick & Mortar Brewing.
4-11:59pm: Celebrate at Esoteric during 420 Fest.
5-9pm: Shop the Spring Market at Charlie’s. Items include art, crafts, vintage goods, and locally handmade products.
6-9pm: Check out the Grand Opening of Gallerie Ukwensi.
6:30-7:30pm: Take a walk through the NEON District during NEON Nights: Public Art Tour.
7-9pm: Chatting about mortality over a slice of cake might make the topic a bit easier! Join UCN in the social hall for Death Cafe, an opportunity to open up conversations about all matters relating to death and end of life, from planning to spirituality. Gather, drink tea and coffee‚ eat delicious cake and discuss our ends as a means to make the most of life. The event is free and open to the public.
8:30-9:30am: Lace up for the Earth Day Fun Run in Virginia Beach.
9am-2pm: Get all warm and fuzzy on your run during the 10th Annual Cause for Paws Festival and 5K Run/1-Mile Walk supporting the Portsmouth Humane Society.
9:30-11am: Start your day out purrrrrfectly during Saturday Cat Yoga with the Kitties at Catnip Cat Café.
10am-1pm: Head to Elizabeth River Park for Saturday Sun-Days.
10am-4pm: Don’t miss the Suffolk Earth and Arts Festival.
10am-4pm: Check out the Historic Hilton Village Spring Architectural Walking Tour.
12-11pm: Don’t miss the StarFire Festival 2 at O’Connor Brewing.
12-4pm: Attend Kind Fest at Hunt Club Farm.
12:30-2:30pm: Ladies can attend the Free Women’s Self Defense Seminar at Norfolk Karate Academy.
1-6pm: Enjoy the Revolutionary Beer Fest at the Khedive Shrine Center in Chesapeake.
3-11pm: Head to 37th and Zen for The Diabeatdown II.
4-7:30pm: Attend the Opening reception for Alison Stinely’s Gilded Splinters in Williamsburg.
7-11pm: Grab your tickets to the 3rd Annual Champions Unmasking Domestic Violence Masquerade & Casino Ball in Newport News.
7:30pm: Hear Mahler’s 2nd Symphony at the Sandler Center.
8pm: See the Bob James Trio at the Harrison Opera House.
8-9:30pm: See why cowboys laugh until they cry at How the West was Improvised: The Made Up Western.
8pm-1:30am: Head to Charlie’s for The Muckrakes, Fox & The Bear, Period Bomb, and Bleeders.
9pm: Enjoy Plan B in the Key of D, a comedy variety show at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
11am-4pm: Shop the Riverview Village Days, and while you’re there, join in for some yoga from 11am-12pm.
2:30pm: Enjoy Sunday with Sinatra and Friends at the Sandler Center.
5-6:30pm: Enjoy laughing at the graduates during Class Dismissed: The Improv 301 Graduation Show at the Push.
7-11:30pm: See Fad Nauseam, Unmaker, The Purge, and Gothic Lizard at Charlie’s.
All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday: Catch a show of Pump Boys and Dinettes at the American Theatre.
Friday through Sunday: Catch one of the performances of Romeo and Juliet at Chrysler Hall presented by the Birmingham Royal Ballet.