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Documentary film "A Chemical Reaction" (through April 24)
UVA Food Collaborative/Sierra Club

The University of Virginia. Food Collaborative and the Piedmont Group of the Sierra Club will present a film documentary, "A Chemical Reaction," at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 24th, at the Charlottesville Central Library on Market Street.  Canada has spoken and toxic lawn and garden pesticides are now banned in most of the nation. This outstanding documentary examines how Hudson, Quebec, became the first town in North America to ban these products and inspired hundreds of others to follow suit.  For more information about this Earth Week event, contact John Cruickshank at 434 973-0373 or e-mail

National Physics Day show at UVA (through April 24)
UVA Dept. of Physics

The 20th annual physics day demonstration show will be held at 7 p.m., on Thursday, April 24th, in room 203 of the physics building at the University of Virginia to celebrate National Physics Day. This event is a special family-oriented physics demonstration show for the general public. Physics professors will delight the crowd with strange and mystifying events.  See water begin to boil after it is cooled, liquid nitrogen tricks and feats, balloons inflated with dry ice and a bunch of fascinating things you should never do at home. Bring your family and friends, but come on time. For more information about this free public event call 434-924-3781 or visit the website

Virginia Liars Contest, a storytelling contest, will take place in Waynesboro (through April 24)
Shenandoah Storytelling Guild and Virginia Storytelling Alliance
The Virginia Liars Contest, presented by the Shenandoah Storytelling Guild and Virginia Storytelling Alliance, will take place on Saturday, April 26th, at 1 p.m., at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Waynesboro, located at 565 Pine Ave. Registration to tell a lie or a tall story, will begin at 12:30 p.m. For registration fees, storytelling criteria, and more information, call 540-886-0075.

Join author Jane Alison for a literary salon at WriterHouse (through April 25)
On Friday, April 25th  at 7 p.m., join author Jane Alison for a literary salon titled, "If the Truth Hurts: The Risks of Writing Memoir" at WriterHouse, located at 508 Dale Avenue in Charlottesville. Ms Alison will discuss what happens when you need to write the truth, but you know that the truth will be painful for you or for others. She will explore the risks you take when writing from personal experience and will share her own slow journey from fiction to memoir. Free and open to the public. For more information, visit or call 434-296-1922.

U.Va. Chamber Singers in concert at First Presbyterian Church (through April 25)
U.Va. Chamber Singers
The U.Va. Chamber Singers, led by Michael Slon, will present a free concert on Friday, April 25th, at 8 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, located 500 Park St. in Charlottesville.The ensemble's spring program, given jointly as part of the church's Music on Park Street concert series, is titled "Modern Mystics," an exploration of the music of Arvo Part, Philip Glass, Morten Lauridsen, and John Tavener. Works include Part's sublime and transporting Magnificat and The Beatitudes, Tavener's The Lamb, Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium, and works sung by the Chamber Singers during Philip Glass's recent U.Va.residency. The chorus will be joined by several guest artists, including First Presbyterian organist and music director Jeremy Thompson. Ample parking is available adjacent to the church. For more information call 434.924.3052 or visit

Annual Rivanna River Sojourn (through April 26)
Rivanna River Conservation Society
 On Saturday, April 26th The Rivanna Conservation Society will host the Annual Rivanna River Sojourn, a half day canoe and kayak paddle along the river – open to the public.  The Sojourn will take participants of all skill levels on a paddle between Crofton and Palmyra, taking about 5 hours, with paddlers convening at the Palmyra Boat Launch on Rte 53 at 8:30am. For more information visit

Zion Methodist Church presents an Egg-Stravaganza (through April 26)
Zion United Methodist Church

Zion United Methodist Church of Troy, Virginia – near Zion Crossroads – is presenting an Easter Egg-Stravaganza on Saturday, April 26th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  For details, call Amy at 434-589-1665 or visit

Charlottesville Ballet production of Snow White (through April 26)
Charlottesville Ballet
Charlottesville Ballet premieres its new production of Snow White on Saturday, April 26th, at the V. Earl Dickinson Building at Piedmont Virginia Community College.  Show times are at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. An on-stage after-party features your favorite Snow White characters. Ticket information can be obtained by calling 434.227.7592.

Walking tour of Gordonsville homes and gardens (through April 26)
Dolley Madison Garden Club
Celebrate Historic Garden Week with a special walking tour of Gordonsville on Saturday, April 26th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., sponsored by the Dolley Madison Garden Club.  Gordonsville is home to many shops and galleries and features a noted Civil War museum and critically acclaimed restaurants in the heart of historic central Virginia.  The Historic Garden Week walking tour will include three private homes and gardens as well as special events and very special cuisine.  For more information, call Mary Hintermann at 540-832-3909.

School silent auction in Sperryville (through April 26)
Hearthstone School

Hearthstone School's Annual Auction will be held on Saturday, April 26th, at the school, located 2 miles west of Sperryville,Virginia. Viewing and Silent Auction begin at 4 P.M. Live Auction begins at 5 p.m.  Appetizers, wine and cheese will be served. There is no cover charge. The auction will feature gift items, jewelry, artwork, gift baskets, Redskins preseason game ticket packages, and certificates for summer camps, wine tastings, health and wellness services and much more!   For more information, call 540-987-9212, or visit

Hod O'Brien and Stephanie Nakasian do "Bop for Bach" (through April 26)
The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival

The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival presents "Bop for Bach," an evening of swing music of the 40's and 50's with artists Hod O'Brien, pianist,  and vocalist Stephanie Nakasian.  It's this Saturday, April 26th, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Hinton Avenue United Methodist Church, in the Historical Belmont area of Charlottesville.  For information, call 434-589-2186.

Spring Fever Ballroom Dance at Unity Church (through April 26)
USA Dance Charlottesville
USA Dance Charlottesville presents its Spring Fever Ballroom Dance on Saturday, April 26th, with lessons at 7:15 p.m. and social dancing at 8 at the Unity Church of Charlottesville.  There will be Ballroom, Latin, and Swing Dancing beginning with a group lesson in International Waltz and Floor Craft. Open to the public, Beginners welcome, No partner needed, Light refreshments provided, No smoking or alcohol, Beautiful ballroom, Easy, Free Parking, Friendly folks, Smart casual dress to formal (you choose!), soft-soled shoes please.  Spring is finally here... wear flowers, flowers, flowers...!  For ticket and other information, go to or call 434-293-8849.



Charlottesville & University Symphony Orchestra concludes its 39th season (through April 26)
Charlottesville & University Symphony Orchestra
The Charlottesville & University Symphony Orchestra concludes its 39th season on April 26th, at 8 Old Cabell Hall on the U.Va Grounds, and Sunday, April 27th at 4p.m., at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Performing Arts Center at Charlottesville High School. The 39th season ends on a high note with world-renowned pianist Anne-Marie McDermott in town for two performances of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 25. The orchestra will also perform Mussorgsky's rousing Triumphal March from Mlada, and Shostakovich's epic Fifth Symphony. For tickets or more information visit or call 434-924-3376.

UVA Dept. of Drama presents "A Flea in Her Ear" (through April 26)
UVA Department of Drama
The University of Virginia Department of Drama announces the final production of the season, A Flea in Her Ear, which runs April 23rd to the 26th, at 8 p.m., in the Ruth Caplin Theatre.  A Flea in Her Ear is the hilarious French farce about a suspicious wife and the repercussions of her plan to prove her husband’s infidelity.  Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased online at, by phone at  434- 924-3376, and in person at the UVA Arts Box Office.

Go X-Stream Rivanna River Makeover events are scheduled through Sunday April 27th (through April 27)
Rivanna Conservation Society
This spring the Rivanna Conservation Society and its many partners are hosting a series of events designed to improve the health and quality of the Rivanna River. Go X-Stream Rivanna River Makeover events are scheduled through Sunday April 27th, and include workshops, forums, and river cleanups. Volunteers are needed for most of the events, so those interested in participating are encouraged to register at For more details about the Go X-Stream Rivanna River Makeover, visit or call 434-97-RIVER.

Earth Week presents 2014 Eco Fair (through April 27)
Charlottesvlle Earth Week

Charlottesville Earth Week's 2014 Eco Fair will be held Sunday, April 27th, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Charlottesville’s solar-powered Main Street Arena.  There will be live music, local food, raffle prizes, and the City School’s K-12 Earth Day Poster Contest winners will receive $50 prizes.  For event registration and details, go to Facebook at Charlottesville Earth Week or visit the web page at


All-Haydn concert at Little Washington (through April 27)
The Theatre at Washington, Virginia
The Smithsonian Chamber Players will bring to the Theatre at Washington, Virginia, a concert of music by Joseph Haydn on Sunday, April 27th at 3 p.m.  The program will include the Keyboard Sonatas and Trios, performed by Kenneth Slowik, keyboard, Ian Swensen, violin, and Elisabeth Reed, cello.  Slowik is well known to Theatre audiences and his remarks about the music and its composer are always a warmly appreciated aspect of all the Smithsonian at Little Washington series.  Reservations are recommended.  Call 540-675-1253, or send email to

Discussion of "Where Have All the Soldiers Gone" (through April 27)
Blue Ridge Chapter, UN Association of USA
The Blue Ridge Virginia Chapter of United Nations Association of USA will feature Professor Robert Toplin's "Where Have All the Soldiers Gone? Lessons for America from Modern  Europe" at the Sunday, April 27th, meeting, which is free and open to the public. It will be held at the Thomas Jefferson memorial Church, 717 Rugby Road, Charlottesville.  The time is 3 to 4:30 pm.  For details, go to www.una-brc.avenue. org or call 434-409-0264.

Riders wanted to bike to Alaska for charity (through April 28)
World Bicycle Relief

Want to do something really worthwhile this summer?  How about bicycling from Texas to Alaska for charity?  Two University of Virginia students are going to do just that and invite you to join them.  It’s a 4,500 mile odyssey to benefit the World Bicycle Relief, a non-profit organization that provides sturdy, sustainable bikes to people who demonstrate need in Africa and Southeast Asia. The trip will begin May 25th in Austin, Texas, and end the first week of August in Anchorage, Alaska. For more information visit To join the trip contact Megan Bentzin at 512-983-0639 or email at

Pianist Yevgeny Sudbin at Old Cabell Hall and on WTJU (through April 29)
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
 The Tuesday Evening Concert Series presents pianist Yevgeny Sudbin in the final performance for this season on Tuesday April 29th at 8:00pm at Old Cabell Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia.  Sudbin will present works of Scriabin, Shostakovich, Mozart, Scarlatti, and Chopin.  (Announcer delete after April 27:  WTJU Host Deborah Murray will present an interview of Mr. Sudbin on WTJU's Classical Sunrise on Sunday, April 27 at 8:00am.)  For more information, visit

Art exhibition on plastics in the environment (through April 30)
McGuffey Art Center

Over 50 artists are participating in the Art Meets Ecology Club Marine Life and Plastics Show, an exhibition at the McGuffey Art Center in Charlottesville that examines the effects of plastics on the environment. The exhibition will run through April to coincide with Earth Day festivities on April 22nd. Further information is available by calling 434.466.5157.

Naval Cryptology and Cyber Warfare Veterans (through April 30)

If you are serving or have ever served in Naval Cryptology and Cyber Warfare, the U.S. Naval Cryptologic Veterans Association would like you as a member. NCVA is an organization of current and former officer and enlisted members whose primary focus is preserving its rich cryptologic history and maintaining contact with those who served. More information is available at  or by contacting the Public Affairs Officer at .

Civil Rights seminar (through April 30)
Alumni & Parent Engagement

Lifetime Learning, a program of Alumni & Parent Engagement, is proud to present the 2014 Civil Rights South Seminar, Celebrating and Remembering, led by University of Virginia Professor Emeritus Julian Bond. Participants will experience a raw slice of history and gain a comprehensive appreciation of the American Civil Rights Movement. Along the way, the group will visit key historical sites and museums and meet vital participants in the movement and others who continue its unfinished business.

This six-day seminar will begin May 10, 2014, in Atlanta, Georgia and conclude May 16, 2014 in Montgomery, Alabama with stops along the way in Birmingham, Selma and Monroeville. Registration is required.  Additional information is available at or by calling 434-243-2379.

Printmaking exhibition at WriterHouse (through May 02)

WriterHouse in Charlottesville presents its first group printmaking exhibition, "Scratching the Surface: The Art of Printmaking."  Juxtaposing traditional techniques with work that moves beyond printmaking into the realms of collage and mixed media, this show will explore the diverse and multifaceted approach to the art of printmaking.  There will be a First Friday opening reception, May 2nd, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., free and open to the public  The exhibit will remain on display through May 31st.  For more information, go to

Two performances of music from Candide (through May 02)
Oratorio Society and Ash Lawn Opera

The Oratorio Society and Ash Lawn Opera are collaborating to produce Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” on Friday, May 2nd, at 7:30 p.m., and again on Sunday, May 4th, at 2 p.m., at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville.  The Oratorio Society’s Music Director Michael Slon will conduct the 85-person Oratorio Society chorus and 28-piece chamber orchestra, with principal soloists drawn from major theaters across the country.  The semi-staged performances will be directed by Andrea Dorf McGray of the Washington National Opera.  A lecture by UVA Music Performance Librarian Winston Barham will start 45 minutes before each performance.  For tickets and other information, call the Paramount at 434-979-1333 or visit

Westminster Organ Concert Series presents Julie Vidrick Evans (through May 02)
Westminster Organ Concert Series
On Friday, May 2nd, at 8 p.m., the Westminster Organ Concert Series presents its final concert of the season, with an organ recital by Julie Vidrick Evans. Ms. Evans has performed across the United States and eastern Europe, including concerts at the Kennedy Center, Princeton University, St. Thomas Church in New York City, and the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in South Carolina. Her program will include music by Bach, Handel, and Mendelssohn. This concert is free and open to the public. Westminster Presbyterian Church is located at 400 Rugby Road in Charlottesville. Ample parking is available behind the church, and the sanctuary is wheelchair-accessible. A reception follows the concert and doors will open at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call 434-963-4690 or visit

Annual Relay for Life (through May 03)
American Cancer Society
The Charlottesville/Albemarle Relay for LIfe is an overnight fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. This year is the 20th anniversary of the event and will take place on Saturday, May 3rd, beginning at 4:00 pm at the Albemarle High School track. The Relay is a family friendly event and brings the community together to celebrate cancer survivors and remember those we have lost to the disease. I you would like to walk in the event, either singly or as a team, are a cancer survivor that could be recognized at a reception for the event or if you would like to perform, call 434-978-7423 or go to

Shenandoah National Park's 28th annual Wildflower Weekend (through May 03)
Shenandoah National Park
Conserving native plants will be the focus of Shenandoah National Park’s 28th annual Wildflower Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 3rd and 4th. Visitors may see woodland beauties such as trillium, wild geranium, jack-in-the-pulpit, and a variety of others on naturalist-led hikes. In a nod to this year’s 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, there will be a wildflower walk into part of the park’s designated wilderness on the Skyland-Big Meadows Horse Trail. At Byrd Visitor Center (mile 51 on Skyline Drive), a panel discussion, “Rooting Out Invasive Plants,” will be presented by Jake Hughes, biological technician at Shenandoah, and Kevin Heffernan, stewardship biologist for the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation. Naturalists and professional photographers Ann and Rob Simpson will present “Wild About Shenandoah: From Wildflowers to Wildlife.” They will also lead a hike on the Limberlost Trail, searching for flowers and offering photography tips. For the complete schedule visit, or call 540-999-3500, ext. 3283.

Revel!, a Bridge PAI fundraiser (through May 03)
The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative
The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative in Charlottesville is holding a Revel! on Saturday night, May 3rd, at the IX Building.  To use their words, it's " a rebellious rendition of the non-profit fundraiser. One part hell cat, two parts burning youth. It caters to Charlottesville’s creative class, fringe fanatics, blue hairs, thinkers, questioners, and active locals who want art, community connections, and a hint of constructive danger."  The proceeds from the night of reveling will go to support the Bridge's socially engaged non-profit efforts.  For tickets and details, go to

Second annual benefit concert for The Haven (through May 08)
The Haven
Chamomile & Whiskey, Kathryn Caine and The Small Band, and The Get Rights will perform at the second annual benefit concert for The Haven on Thursday, May 8th, from 7 to 11p.m. The Haven works to end homelessness by initiating creative solutions and coordinating regional resources and services. This acoustic showcase promises to be an evening of the very best singers and songwriters around. Refreshments will be served. The Haven is located at 112 West Market Street in Charlottesville; diagonally across from Lee Park. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online at For more information, call 434-973-1234, extension 107.

5K and Fun Run to raise funds for school computer lab (through May 10)
Eagles for Education
The Eagles for Education 5k and Kids Fun Run will take place on Saturday, May 10th, at Dover Foxcroft Farm off of Spring Hill Road in Ruckersville to help the school raise funds to create a new student computer lab. The 5k will begin at 9 a.m. and is family and jog stroller friendly. The FREE Kids Fun Run will begin at 10:30 a.m. There will be a moon bounce, a DJ, and a skydiver will jump in at 10 a.m.  Celebrate Mother's Day a day early with a morning full of activities for the whole family. You can register at or call 434-985-1472.

Annual Festival of Cultures (through May 10)
Adult Learning Center
Spring is here at last and with it comes the 11th Annual Charlottesville Festival of Cultures. Come to Lee Park in Downtown Charlottesville on May 10th between 10 am and 4:00 pm for fun for the entire family. Long-time residents can come together with newcomers to celebrate their cultures and learn from one another through music, dance, storytelling, crafts and exhibits. You can enjoy food from around the world while you relax and enjoy a number of wonderful performances. The Festival is organized by the Charlottesville City Schools Adult Learning Center and is free and open to the public. For more information, call 434-245-2817 or go to

Greene County Wine & Food Festival (through May 10)
Greene County Tourism and Greene County Chamber of Commerce

Greene County’s Discover Virginia Town & Tasting Spring Festival will celebrate its 9th anniversary on Saturday, May 10th, from 11 a.m. to  5:00 p.m. on Main Street in historic downtown Stanardsville. The family-friendly festival will offer a variety of food and wines from Virginia, as well as unique arts and crafts. Kid’s activities include several inflatables, magician, face painting, and barrel train rides. The Jeremy Staubaus Band will provide the musical entertainment. General admission is free. Advance purchase wine tasting tickets are available online and at the Greene County Visitor Center.Visit for ticket information.

Grand reopening of Explore Park, located at Milepost 115 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. (through May 10)
Roanoke County Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
Roanoke County Parks, Recreation, and Tourism will host the grand reopening of Explore Park, located at Milepost 115 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. An open house will take place on Saturday May 10th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come and explore, enjoy, and be reacquainted with the natural beauty this unique park has to offer. Special attractions and a wide array of activities will be available for all to enjoy. Explore the great outdoors with guided hikes or the annual geocaching event, be captivated by a talented storyteller or musician, enjoy the variety of craft activities, or enjoy a challenging game of laser tag. For more information, call 540-777-6326.

Concert of music for string orchestra (through May 10)
Blue Ridge Chamber Orchestra

Charlottesville’s Blue Ridge Chamber Orchestra will perform a spring concert of music for string orchestra on Saturday, May 10th, at 3 p.m. in Meade Hall, Christ Episcopal Church, located at 120 West High Street, just off Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall.  The program will feature violinist Paula Scott performing Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto, No. 8 in G major, Opus 7, and Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, as well as works by Mendelssohn, Myslivecek, and Johan Svendsen.  Further information is available at

Youth Orchestras in final concert of the season (through May 11)
Youth Orchestras of Central Virginia

The Youth Orchestras of Central Virginia returns to Old Cabell Hall at the University of Virginia for its final concert of the season on Sunday, May 11th, at 2 p.m.  The concert will feature the two winners of the Theron McClure Concerto Competition, Meredith Hooper, cello, performing Fauré’s Élégie and Julia Klein, clarinet, performing von Weber’s Concertino with Dr. Charles West conducting The Youth Symphony. Their repertoire will also include Shostakovich’s Festive Overture and Schumann’s Symphony No 3.  Get tickets at  For more information, go online to or call 434-974-7776.



Literacy Volunteers seeks volunteers to tutor local adults (through May 16)
Literacy Volunteers
Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville is seeking compassionate and enthusiastic volunteers to tutor local adults in reading, writing, or speaking English.The next New Tutor Training is on Saturday, May 17th, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Jefferson School City Center. If you're interested in registering for tutor training or learning more, call 434-977-3838 .

Batesville Day on Saturday May 17th (through May 17)
Batesville Ruritans
Plan now to attend the annual celebration of Batesville Day, on Saturday May 17th in the vibrant community of Batesville, located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge. The famous 10K race starts at 8 a.m., the biggest little parade around starts at 11 a.m., followed by food, family activities, and booths at the village fair. Plus, there will be two hours of rompin’ stompin’ blues provided by Bluzonia and other Central Virginia Blues Society bands starting at noon. For more information, including how to register for the race, how to participate in the parade, and how to register a fair booth go to or call 434-326-1358.

Ash Lawn-Highland presents Field Day and James Monroe 5K (through May 17)
Ash Lawn-Highland
 Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of President James Monroe, is holding Field Day and the second annual James Monroe 5K on May 17th from 2 to 7 PM. The family field day will include relay races, games and activities, food truck eats, wine tastings, a raffle, and live music. 5K registration includes a ticket for a tour of the historic house as well as two tickets to Field Day. All proceeds benefit educational programming at Ash Lawn-Highland. For more information or to register for the 5K, call 434-293-8000 or visit ash lawn highland dot org

May Exhibits at the McGuffey Art Center (through May 31)
McGuffey Art Center
 For the month of May, the McGuffey Art Center presents multi-media artworks of Ed Dolinger entitled "Ghosts of Logic" in the Sarah B. Smith Gallery.  In the Upper Hall outstanding art work from 9 local high schools will be presented, and in the lower gallery, there's a collaborative art show by a group of local Charlottesville artists.  The McGuffey Art Center is located at 201 Second Street NW in Charlottesville, and the phone number is 434-295-7973.

Three Notch'd Road presents Cantica Sacra (through May 31)
Three Notch'd Road: The Charlottesville Baroque Ensemble
 Three Notch'd Road: The Charlottesville Baroque Ensemble presents Cantica Sacra, Sacred Music of Italy on Friday, May 31st at 7:30pm at the First United Methodist Church in Charlottesville, and on Sunday, June 1st at 3:00pm at the All Saints Anglican Church in Charlottesville.  For more information, visit

CAT mobile app (through June 01)
Charlottesville Area Transit

Charlottesville Area Transit riders have a new way to obtain real time arrival information. CAT has partnered with the City of Charlottesville's IT department to release a new FREE mobile app that is available to download through both Google Play and Apple's App Store. Unlike CAT's current paper schedules, the app will automatically update its predictions based upon real road data.  Features of the new app include: real time data, including bus stop arrival predictions for CAT buses; a GPS-enabled map that automatically locates your position and displays nearby bus stops; and push notifications that will instantly alert users to active detours and/or service disruptions.  Individuals who wish to download the app can do so by searching for "Charlottesville Area Transit" in their phone's mobile store.  Go online to for more information.

Loves & Fishes needs volunteers to feed the needy (through December 31)
Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry, a non-profit that gives groceries to over 1,200 low-income families per month, is in need of volunteers to assist with bagging groceries and distributing food.  No experience is necessary.  Join in the mission of Neighbors Nourishing Neighbors and help the less fortunate in our community.  To volunteer or for more information, email or call 434-996-7868.

Meals On Wheels needs volunteers (through December 31)
Meals On Wheels
Do you have a couple of hours Monday thru Friday midday to volunteer for Meals On Wheels?  Volunteers are desperately needed. Call the Meals On Wheels office at 434- 293-4364 or email for details.

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