What’s happening: Apr. 10 events calendar

See something

Guest artist performance

Fri., Apr. 12

Piano duet Blanc et Noir will perform in the Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall. For more information, visit arts.vcu.edu/music.

6 p.m., W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts (922 Park Ave.) Free.

Vinylthon 2019

Sat., Apr. 13

WVCW will play vinyl-only music and give away items to listeners, all day and all night. To listen, visit wvcw.org or use the WVCW app.

24 hours, Student Media Center (817 W. Broad St.) Free.

Intercultural Festival

Sat., Apr. 13

Vendors and performers will fill the streets around the Student Commons for a festival, offering food and activities from a variety of cultures. Visitors with VCU IDs will get $10 worth of food at any participating food truck.

11 a.m.-3 p.m., University Student Commons (907 Floyd Ave.) Free.

Do something

Easter Baskets With Heroes

Wed., Apr. 10

Heroes at VCU — an organization dedicated to helping sick children — will make Easter baskets for the Children’s Hospital. The event will take place at Rodney’s. For more information, email heroesatvcu@gmail.com.

7-8 p.m., Shafer Court Dining Center (810 Cathedral Place) Free.

2019 Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10K

Sat., Apr. 13

Twenty-five thousand participants will gather at Broad and Harrison Streets for the 20th annual race. There will also be costumed runners, a race for kids, live music and a post-race party.

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Welcome Center (1111 W. Broad St.) Free.

Learn something

National Alcohol Screening Day

Thurs., Apr. 11

The Wellness Resource Center will teach visitors about alcohol safety. Participants who speak with The Well representatives about alcohol use will get free T-shirts and pizza. For more information, visit thewell.vcu.edu.

11 a.m.-3 p.m., University Student Commons (907 Floyd Ave.) Free.

Real Life Film Series: Unseen Enemy

Thurs., Apr. 11

There will be a screening of “Unseen Enemy,” which addresses the threat of epidemics in the 21st century. It will be followed by a discussion led by people with expertise in the film’s topics. Register at vcu.libcal.com.

12:10-1 p.m., Room 2-010, Tompkins-McCaw Library (509 N. 12th St.) Free.

Qualitative Brown Bag

Mon., Apr. 15

VCU Libraries will host the final qualitative research discussion of the academic year. Books and videos will be available on qualitative collection and analysis. For more information, visit library.vcu.edu/about/events.

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Room 250, James Branch Cabell Library (901 Park Ave.) Free.

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