Live music, webinars, dance and yoga classes, and virtual markets will keep you busy, safe, and social this week! Make the most of your day with your RVA community, and from the comfort of your own home, with this list of virtual Richmond events.
Join Ranger Nathan every Wednesday to learn about a different topic each week and listen to music from the Civil War.
Presented by the Community Foundation with experts Jody Keenan, John Sarvay, Zachary Petry and Jane Ferrara, How Nonprofits Can Access COVID-19 Federal Stimulus Assistance will cover:
Join Bob Gulledge, our house organist on a tour of the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ! He'll take you "behind the scenes" and talk about how the organ works and what its like to play it!
Lucid Living’s Sound Meditation Concerts are community-based aural healing therapy sessions that provide science-based sound frequency healing and chakra balancing. As a meditation modality, sound therapy can bring profound states of balance back to the physiology of the body, mind and soul. Plus, many people LOVE the transformative sleep they experience after attending one of our deeply meditative concerts! Explore inward in savasana. Focus on the breath. Connect to the sound. Become profoundly aware.
Thursday, April 9th @ 6pm
Cardio Dance - follow along with some see & do jazz dance to get your heart rate up! (30 minutes)
Thursday, April 9th @ 7pm
Beginner Jazz Vocabulary - learn a few jazz moves and combine them into short combos. (45 minutes)
Monday, April 13th @ 6pm
Week 2 of 3: All Levels Choreography - Shim Sham - plus variations! (45 minutes)
Guided meditation with time for reflection and sharing. Beginners and more experienced practitioners welcome. Rotating facilitators. Donations accepted towards our 'Access Fund' which helps fund innerwork to those that need financial assistance to participate in paid programming.
Now more than ever, you need to write clear and concise content. In this webinar, Kate Cooper shares 10 tips for "designing with words" and introduces you to a simple content testing method.
Introducing The Metropolitan Business League’s new Town Hall series powered by All About Presentation. They’ve created this series to help inform, educate and guide small businesses & non-profit organizations during COVID-19. Registration for this series is required.
Join two of Greater Richmond SCAN's Mental Health Clinicians, Margo Buchanan and Rachael Kaufman, for this virtual training on how to practice self-care as a family during COVID-19. We will discuss the impact of this big change on our brains and behaviors, and the importance of incorporating self-care into your daily routines and rituals with your family. Specific to caregivers, we will address how to incorporate ways to connect as a family, mindfulness strategies, yoga practices, and more tips to meet your and your family's needs during this ever-changing and demanding time. If possible, please bring paper, colored pencils/markers/crayons, and a pen to utilize during this interactive training.
Fridays at 3pm, Perk Bon Air will be streaming a Live TonyTunes class from their kids area! To join the livestream, please Venmo class payment of $10 to @perkbonair with the note "TonyTunes (insert date here)" AND your email address. Once payment is received, they will send you a link to join the 3pm Zoom live stream. The class fee will be split between Tony and Perk!
Madison+Main is offering another free marketing and communications online webinar for small businesses that have been affected by COVID-19. We are sharing some important strategies and creative tactics that your company can use during this unprecedented time. We’ll broadcast live from the M+M Worldwide HQ in Richmond. Just join on the Madison+Main Facebook page! The FB Live pre-log on is at 11:55 a.m.
The perfect Saturday evening experience for the family is the Virtual Richmond Night Market! Post, tweet, and share the news, tag your friends (that includes us!), and meet on IG LIVE at @richmondnightmarketva.
Your virtual experience will include:
This FREE digital festival will feature RVA favorites like Deau Eyes, Landon Elliott & more!
The Great Vigil (Resurrection) is when we gather virtually in darkness, light a new fire, and remember that it is only by the light of Christ that death and darkness is defeated. The paschal candle is lit, and candlelight takes us through the liturgy. We listen to the powerful scripture which summarizes the entire Biblical story of the Old and New Testament. A reflection (homily), reaffirms our baptismal vows, prayers are said, and music plays all to prepare us for Easter. The lights come on as we joyfully say, "Alleluia, Christ is risen!".
Download the Zoom App to your phones, tablets, laptops, or computers. Donations accepted!
Fleet Feet loves running with the RVA community and are saddened that they are unable to at the moment. Their solution? Find your own 3- or 5-mile route around your neighborhood or wherever enjoy running, and "run with us"!
Join VAM on Tuesday mornings at 11:00am EST for an hour long chat to stay connected with friends and colleagues and to discuss topics of interest to the museum community and individuals during the COVID19 crisis.
Mark your calendars for our first ever Facebook Live Ranger Chat! Visit our Facebook page on April 22 at 1 p.m. to join Ranger Ben as he takes us on a “virtual tour” of sites around Richmond that have a significant connection to Maggie Walker’s life. “Stops” include the site of her birth, church, office building, and bank - you won’t want to miss it!
Part lecture, part practice and part discussion, this workshop is designed to elevate the anatomic and biomechanical understanding of yoga teachers and practitioners in a practical and functional way. This workshop is geared toward yoga teachers, but welcomes all dedicated yoga practitioners. Your instructor, Dr. Ariele Foster, is a physical therapist, interdisciplinary yoga teacher since 2001, and founder of YogaAnatomyAcademy.com.