What’s happening: Sept. 30 events calendar

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THURS., 10/1

Movie screening at Hardywood

Bring your own blanket and lawn chair to Hardywood Park Craft Brewery’s screening of “The Greatest Showman.” This free, family-friendly event encourages social distancing. For more information, call the brewery at 804-418-3548.

7 – 9 p.m., Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, 820 Sanctuary Trail Dr.


SAT., 10/3

Va. Boat Club documentary night

“A Most Beautiful Thing,” which profiles the first African American high school rowing team, will be projected on a big screen by the Virginia Boat Club. The film is produced by retired basketball player Dwayne Wade and narrated by rapper Common. Open to the public, the free event will enforce social distancing measures and mask wearing. For more information, contact vbclearntorow@gmail.com.

6 – 9 p.m., 4708 Old Main St.


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SUN., 10/4

Artisan market at Brambly Park

Local artists and makers will bring locally-grown produce and handmade jewelry and home decor to the Artisan Market at Brambly Park, a free, weekly event. For more information, visit artisanmakers.org.

Noon – 2 p.m., Brambly Park, 1708 Belleville St.


MON., 10/5

Disc golf at The Diamond

Play a nine-hole disc golf course at the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ weekly event. The course is open on Mondays and sanitized discs are provided. To purchase tickets, preorder concessions and reserve time slots, visit the team’s website. 

6:15 – 7:30 p.m., The Diamond, 3001 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd., $10


MON., 10/5 – TUES., 10/11

RVA Fall Fashion Week

This year’s RVA Fall Fashion Week will include a combination of virtual and in-person events with designer shows, fashion education panels and fashion topic seminars. For a complete list of events, visit rvafw.com/events.

Ticket, location and pricing information vary. Visit rvafw.com for more information.


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WED., 9/30

Environmental book club

Capital Region Land Conservancy will host monthly discussions of essays, articles and other short media related to conservation and environmental thought. This month’s reading is Jedediah Purdy’s “Environmentalism’s Racist History,” which was published in The New Yorker. This free event will be held on Zoom. To register or for more information, visit the organization’s Facebook page or contact john@capitalregionland.org.

7:30 – 8:30 p.m., facebook.com/CapitalRegionLandConservancy 


SAT., 10/3

Shockoe Bottom ghost tour

Hear tales of paranormal activity during the Haunts of Richmond tour in Shockoe Bottom. Guided by a “ghost host,” visitors will pass the Old Stone House, which houses the Poe Museum, the Church Hill tunnel collapse and Civil War hospitals. Tickets must be purchased on the organization’s website. For more information, visit the group’s Facebook page.

8 – 9:30 p.m., Poe Museum, 1914 E. Main St., $17

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