A Preview of November Events

Many events still to be announced for this month.


Uke Fest Virginia at the Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen, Friday, Nov. 4

Enjoy the art of the ukulele. Features the Aloha Boys, Bumper Jacksons, Gerald Ross, and Amy Ferebee. 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. For registration and more info, visit ukefestva.com.

Garden Glow at Maymont, Thursday, Oct.13 through Nov. 6

The fifth annual presentation of this fall tradition at Maymont, when dramatic lighting transforms the gardens and historic architecture into something lovely and magical. This year’s spectacle will be big, including a huge Lite Brite feature (remember those?). Times vary. According to organizers: “The event has capacity limitations and time slots fill quickly. Please purchase tickets in advance so you don’t miss your chance to experience this year’s Garden Glow presented by Kroger. Free parking is avalable at the Historic Estate Entrance, The Robins Nature Center and street parking where available.” Visit maymont.org for more info.

Comedian Taylor Tomlinson at the Carpenter Theatre, Friday, Nov.4

You’ve probably seen this smart, rising comedian on Netflix (“Look at You”) or Jimmy Fallon. She brings the “Have It All” tour to town. 7 p.m.

The 15th Anniversary of InLight, Friday, Nov. 18 and Saturday, Nov. 19 in Bryan Park

One of the art season’s favorite outdoor events returns, featuring “multimedia art, sound art, sculpture, installation, performance, community-based works, and virtual projects that use light-based platforms (projections, lighting design, and more) to be experienced in the dark.” The call for entries is now closed. For more information, visit 1708inlight.org.


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