Violet Crown Cinema on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall is now dedicating Tuesdays to "Baby's Day Out."
James Monroe's Highland is using model rocketry to teach area children other languages.
Mangione's on Main in Charlottesville hosted a head-shaving event on Sunday, July 15 to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation. Proceeds from the event go to the foundation to raise awareness and funds for children diagnosed with cancer.
Charlottesville's Downtown Job Center hosted a Neighborhood Hiring event on Thursday, July 11. Employers like ACAC, Albemarle County Transportation, and others met with job seekers to discuss openings.
Subaru and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society delivered art supplies and blankets to people getting cancer treatment at the UVA Cancer Center.
Dozens of undergraduate Iraqi students are in Charlottesville on Wednesday, July 10, for an exchange program being kicked off by the University of Virginia Center for Politics.
A teacher with Charlottesville City Schools will be featured on "Jeopardy" on Tuesday, July 9.
Young baseball players are now more likely to score home runs and throw strikeouts after attending a camp hosted by the Charlottesville Tom Sox.
People were out and about in Downtown Charlottesville, many watching the U.S. Women's Soccer Team win the World Cup.
Burn Boot Camp in Albemarle County is helping military personnel and first responders relieve some of their stress with a workout class during the holiday weekend, for free.
Jessica Davis, a dancer from Charlottesville who someday may not be able to hear music, is working to help others who may face a similar situation. Davis was diagnosed with Alport Syndrome, a genetic disease which has hurt her ears, eyes, and kidneys.
More than 70 volunteers gathered at Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA on July 4 to spend time with the animals at the Peaceful Pets event.
The Charlottesville Astronomical Society hosts an observation of the sky on the first Friday of each month. On July 5, 2019, the group educated area people on how to look at the sun, without hurting their eyes.
The Virginia Festival of the Book returns to The Paramount Theater on Wednesday, March 20 at 8:00PM with their program, An Evening with Festival All-Stars.