Weekend Radar: Boats, Hot Wheels, Trains, Makers


Craftsmen’s Spring Classic at Richmond Raceway
Friday-Sunday, March 11-13, variable hours, Tickets $5-$7

With exhibitors from across the country, the Spring Classic is BACK with incredible variety and talent! Join the artists and artisans, discover their inspiration and creative talent, and shop this award-winning event! It’s the perfect place to find pottery, jewelry, art, garden decorations, glassware, clothing, furniture, and more! Great gifts for every event coming up in the coming months – birthdays, graduations, weddings, Mother’s and Father’s Day, baby showers, and more!
Richmond Raceway Complex (all indoors)

Enjoy all 3 days with a FREE return pass.

Friday 10am-8pm
Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday 11am-5pm

Disco Biscuits at the National
Friday and Saturday March 11-12, 7 p.m.-11:59 p.m., Tickets $35-$40

I don’t know anything about Disco Biscuits except that I like their name and people seem to be excited about this show. Engage Wikipedia.

The Disco Biscuits are a jam band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group consists of Allen Aucoin, Marc “Brownie” Brownstein, Jon “The Barber” Gutwillig and Aron Magner. The band incorporates elements from a variety of musical genres with a foundation of electronics and rock.


Art for the Soul at Studio Two Three by the Richmond Black Restaurant Experience
Friday April 11, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. – Tickets $0-$25

Q: What is art for the soul?
A: Intimate fusion of fashion, art, music and culinary delights.

Awaken your ears to an eclectic mix of hip-hop, R&B, Afro Beats music and mouth-watering dishes prepared by a local chef.
Be mesmerized by the style and grace of Designer and Model Showcase by RVA Fashion Week in preview.

Richmond is a fascinating city brimming with budding and established talent. Support the vision and masterpieces of our local visual artists.
Find inspiration and use your talent or budding creative gifts to produce your own one-of-a-kind art with Paint & Sip with Justin Q and design specialty items.

Our guests commit to creating their own personalized items in minutes, with each person taking home a unique gift, more empowered by the experience and a positive memory anchored to the RBRE brand.

Uplifting music, scrumptious food and beautiful art to feed your soul.

Pop Up – Stuffed Animal Taxidermy at Chester Library
Tuesday March 15, 6-7 p.m., register here

We know, we know it’s not a weekend event, but come on, it’s too cool/scary not to mention. This is for teenagers so don’t introduce yourself to smelly adults.

Breathe new life into your favorite and beloved stuffed animal. Bring in an old stuffed animal and we’ll turn it into a cute DIY decoration.

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