It's been a rainy summer in the Richmond Region, but the clouds are parting and there's so much going on this weekend. We already told you about the Hanover Tomato Festival, which is going to be awesome. You can catch our RVA band crush, Avers, at the rescheduled Arbor Day Festival and learn how to print a tee at the awesomely open Studio Two Three. Here's your RVA weekend: Arbor Trees & Printed Tees:



John Cleese and Eric Idle Tickets

When: Friday 10 a.m. Where: Online What? Ok, this isn't really an event you can attend and Cleese and Idle won't be here till October, but you should really plan ahead and come to the region in the fall to see these two. It'll be worth it. Get your tickets tomorrow.



Second Fridays at the VMFA

When: Friday 5 - 8:30 p.m. Where: The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts What? Taste different wines from around the world — reds, whites, sparkling, and more. Refine your palate and learn about different winemaking regions from a variety of wine experts, who will be available for discussion and questions. Also enjoy discounted beverages and guided tours as part of Friday Art & Wine.



Arbor Day Concert

When: Saturday 1 p.m. Where: Pump House Park What? Music Schedule: 12noon Ben Shepherd, 1:00pm Avers, 2:30pm -Full Moon Fever. Local brews from Legend Brewing Company for $6 each. Cash or credit accepted.










Glow Run RVA

When: Saturday 7 p.m. Where: Maymont What? This is an exclusive opportunity to see the beauty of Maymont in a whole new light, or glow…this non-timed, 3-mile run/walk is for families and people of all ages who love glow sticks, laid-back fun and of course, Maymont.



Studio Two Three Open House

When: Sunday 3 - 8 p.m. Where: 3300 W. Clay St What? Studio Two Three is Richmond's nonprofit community print shop. We are the only communal printmaking workshop and print-specific gallery in the Richmond metropolitan area. Come celebrate with us! The Cultured Swine is bringing their food truck, King of Pops will sling some popsicles from 3-4 pm, live music, hands-on printing demos, Ardent beer - something for everyone!



Sensory-Friendly Screening: Home

When: Sunday 2 p.m. Where: The Byrd Theatre What? This sensory-friendly movie experience provides an accepting environment for families to enjoy a movie. The lights will be up the sound will be turned down. Presented by the Byrd Theatre and the Autism Society of Central Virginia.