On this snowy weekend in Richmond there’s still plenty to do if you’re brave enough to get outside and enjoy it! 

Whether you’re finishing up or just starting on your holiday shopping, you’re sure to find something at this Sunday’s Holiday brunch market at The Urban Roost event space at Lunch Supper in Scott’s Addition. Featuring 20 local RVA vendors, a DJ supplying the tunes, a fully stocked mimosa and bloody mary bar (featuring Belle Isle Moonshine and Texas Beach Bloody Marys) this Sunday is sure to be a blast! Why stress out at the mall when you can support local businesses right here in Richmond and give your family and friends a thoughtfully crafted gift this holiday season! And while you’re at it, get yourself a biscuit, boozy brunch beverage and take some pics in the photo booth while dancing along to DJ Ant Boogie! Sure to be a great time!


This Saturday night, the James River lights up as boaters decorate their vessels to celebrate the season during the Annual Parade of Lights! The parade runs from 6-9 but below are the best times and places to view this year’s spectacle. All of these places will have food vendors, hot drinks, and activities to keep the kids entertained while you wait for the boats!



Richmond’s Libby Hill Park: 6-6:20 p.m.
Henrico County’s Osborne Park and Boat Landing: 7-7:30 p.m
Dutch Gap Boat Landing: 7:30-7:45 p.m.
Henricus Historical Park: 7:45-8 p.m.

The Nutcracker opens this weekend in Richmond at the Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Arts Center. This time-honored holiday tradition runs from December 9th-23rd with tickets starting at $25. The year’s production of The Nutcracker features redesigned costumes, new scenery, and brand-new characters! Experience the magic and wonder of the holiday season and find yourself transported away to a land of dancing snowflakes in a sparkling forest, sugarplum fairies, and a kingdom of sweets and treats set to Tchaikovsky’s timeless score.