If you are like my husband and I, every week we kind of go back and forth about what we should do for date night and often settle on a movie and dinner **yawn**. Until last Friday night that is! We were so thrilled to spend the evening at The Virginia Axe Company honing (or just beginning in my case) our axe throwing skills.
The newly opened The Virginia Axe Company is located a few minutes outside of Short Pump and it is THE place for date nights, girl’s night outs, parties, and corporate events. Also, worth noting, if you are looking for a way to score cool points with your teenagers, this will do it. I often think of settings like this as having a bar like atmosphere, but this was completely family friendly. Think you will get bored just throwing axes at a target? No way. There are two targets in each axe throwing pit, one for each thrower. Every group has an axe coach there to teach you the right (and safe) way to throw. The coaches are so fun and are true experts, being experienced in axe and knife throwing competitively for years. This is a true art and can take a few tries to get down, but once you do it just comes naturally. After you get the throwing down, you can progress to competing against your fellow throwers with fun games. When you go, do not forget to try out the knife throwing. There is nothing that will make you feel tougher than hurling a knife at a target.
Are you ready to schedule your first session? Just book your session online at www.thevirginiaaxecompany.com.
Important things to know:
-Participants must be 12 and older.
-Each hour and a half long session is $30
-Closed toed shoes should be worn in the facility (lest you chop off a toe- kidding! Kind of)
-There is currently no alcohol being served on premises, but light snacks and drinks are sold.
Intermission Beer Company hosted us for a fabulous Girl's Night Out this month. My highlight of the evening came when someone said ," I look forward to meeting my girlfriends here every month- this is what we do.". This is exactly why I look forward to our monthly nights so much- to see some of my favorite familiar faces and connect with new ones. This truly felt like a Girl's Night with Kara Waggoner Beauty and Cameron Carson pampering us all and Pencraft and Post providing a hand lettering station.
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All About The Beverage
Pamela with Stella + Dot
Chesapeake Bay Pearl Girl
Felicia with Paparazzi
Special Thanks To...
Kara Waggoner Beauty
Pencraft and Post
Emily Mandeville Photography
Don't miss out on our June Girl's Night Out!
Kids Just Want to Have Fun
Introducing Family Days at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest“By far the most important bill in our whole code is that for the diffusion of knowledge among the people. No other sure foundation can be devised for the preservation of freedom, and happiness.”
—Thomas Jefferson to George Wythe, Paris, August 13, 17861
FOREST, VA: Children and their families, and visitors of all ages are invited to join Poplar Forest for Family Days—three fun-filled Saturdays chock full of special activities designed to engage children and bring history to life—on June 15, July 13 and August 3 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Each Family Day has a unique focus: Exploring Plantation Trades in June, Archaeology Adventures in July and All Fun and Colonial Games in August. All feature special hands-on history activities, scavenger hunts, the Colonial Klaus Kids Quest and take-home crafts for kids.
“We understand that it can be challenging to bring children to an historic site,” says Jeffrey L. Nichols, president and CEO of Poplar Forest, “but it’s also known that those who are exposed to cultural institutions, like museums and historic sites, at a young age are more likely to become lifelong learners and more tolerant of new ideas. Thomas Jefferson philosophized that educating all of our children—rich and poor—would make the country stronger. We created Family Days with those concepts in mind...to help families cultivate their children’s curiosity and develop an interest in history by telling our stories through hands-on activities.”
Exploring Plantation Trades
Saturday, June 15
For the first Family Day, Poplar Forest brings plantation trades to life with special demonstrations of early American trades like spinning and weaving, wool carding and processing, and bucket and basket making. Take-home crafts include placemat weaving and other cut-and-paste crafts.
Saturday, July 13
Channel your inner explorer and inspire your budding Indiana Jones on this hands-on adventure in archaeology with special demonstrations of archaeological practices like cross-mending and screening for artifacts. Design your own retreat house or presidential china, assemble a cow skeleton or join us for a special storytime at 1 p.m. Try your hand at take-home crafts like spatter painting with poplar leaves and other natural plants.
All Fun and Colonial Games
Saturday, August 3
Leave your favorite video games at home and explore the games colonial kids played at this family-oriented day. Join a game of trap ball, run a three-legged race or roll a colonial hoop. Try your hand at strategic games like checkers, mancala and dominos. Explore the art of water coloring, learn how to tin-punch decorative designs and take home your original creations.
Family Days activities are included with general admission to Poplar Forest. Admission to Poplar Forest includes a guided house tour, the Enslaved Community Tour on Fridays and Saturdays and self-guided exploration of exhibits in the lower level of the house, the Wing of Offices, the ornamental grounds and the slave quarter site.
Interested in attending more than one Family Day? Poplar Forest Family Memberships—unlimited admission for two adults and all household children under 18, and a 10% discount on admission to special events—are available for $125 per year.
Admission fees: $16 for adults; $14 for seniors (ages 65+) and military (must show ID); $8 for college students (must show ID) and teens (ages 12-18); $4 for youth (ages 6-11); and free for children under age 6 and Poplar Forest members.
Admission for active duty military and their families is free (with ID) from Armed Forces Day (May 18) through Labor Day (September 2) as part of the Blue Star Museums programs. For more information about Family Days at Poplar Forest visit poplarforest.org or call the Museum Shop at 434.534.8120.
About Poplar Forest
One of only two homes Thomas Jefferson designed for his personal use, the Poplar Forest retreat was the place where Jefferson “came to indulge in the life of the mind and renew his personal creativity.” Jefferson and his wife, Martha, inherited the Bedford County plantation known as Poplar Forest from her father in 1773. When his presidency ended in 1809, Jefferson visited the retreat three or four times a year, often staying for several months at a time during planting seasons.
Designated a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior, and nearly lost to development, Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest plantation in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains was rescued in 1984 by a group of local citizens who sought to preserve it for the cultural and educational benefit of the public. Poplar Forest was opened to the public for the first time in 1986, in its “before restoration” state. Today, the neoclassical architecture of the octagonal house has been returned to Mr. Jefferson’s design. The National Trust for Historic Preservation has recognized the meticulous research and restoration efforts with its highest award, and the plantation has been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to Poplar Forest offers a unique opportunity to observe a “live” archaeological dig and historic restoration in progress, as efforts to reveal and restore Thomas Jefferson’s vision for his personal retreat continue.
Poplar Forest is open daily from March 15 through December 30 (closed on Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Admission includes a guided house tour and self-guided exploration of exhibits in the lower level of the house, the Wing of Offices, the ornamental grounds and the slave quarter site. Guided tours of the octagonal house begin at 10:00 a.m. and run every half hour, with the last tour of the day beginning at 4:00 p.m.
Admission is $16 for adults; $14 for seniors (ages 65+) and military (must show ID); $8 for college students (must show ID) and teens ages 12–18; $4 for youth ages 6–11; and free for members and children under age 6. Admission for active duty military and their families is free (with ID) from Armed Forces Day through Labor Day as part of the Blue Star Museums programs. Tours for groups of 20 or more are available by appointment at a discounted rate.
For more information about Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, visit poplarforest.org or call 434.525.1806.
1 The Quotable Jefferson, John P. Kaminski, Princeton University Press, © 2006, page 84
This month our Girl's Night Out was hosted at The Wine Loft, one of my personal favorite spots in Short Pump. So many fabulous ladies came and spent the evening learning about our featured businesses and of course, taking pictures in a fun photo booth provided by Hott Shotz Photo Booth.
Our RVA Housewives in The City community is so special in how we encourage and support one another month after month. Please continue spreading that love by liking, following, and visiting our amazing businesses.
Created by two local moms with a love for jewelry, Keva Style offers beautiful, handcrafted leather jewelry. Their jewelry can be dressed down or up and you can be sure that you will stand out when wearing one of their pieces. Every guest that stopped by their table gushed about their earrings, cuffs, and necklaces.
All About The Beverage
We are always thrilled to have All About The Beverage join us! All About The Beverage is a shop that offers unique, fun drink accessories. If you are looking for a gift for your wine loving girlfriend, look no further!
Hobby Hill Farm
Located in Powhatan, Hobby Hill Farm offers a full service café, bakery, and store. They are well known for their pretzels, breakfast breads, and ricotta cheese cookies. Looking to learn from the best? They also offer culinary classes. Not located in Powhatan? Don't worry, you can shop their goodies online!
Paparazzi with Deborah
Deborah represented Paparazzi Jewelry at our Girl's Night Out and everyone LOVED it. Paparazzi is known for their affordable jewelry that will keep you on trend. The first 25 ladies were lucky enough to score a pair of earrings in their swag bags from Deborah.To follow her and find jewelry to complete your looks, head to her website.
Young Living with Elisa Hayden
Elisa Hayden, owner of Little Owl Yoga and Young Living essential oils distributor, taught everyone about the benefits of essential oils and how to use them for our homes and our wellness. Everyone was able to make their own roll on bottles ( I headed straight for the Stress Away ) of different oil blends.
Vantel Pearls with Laura Matthews
What's better than jewelry with a story? With Vantel Pearls you pick a jewelry setting and then pick an oyster. Then the oyster is opened and the pearl in the oyster you picked goes in the setting you selected. Host a fun party with your girlfriends and win free jewelry! To follow Laura and order your own jewelry, head to her website.
Perk Elkin Designs
Margaux Shelton, owner of Perk Elkin Designs, brought her beautiful artwork. Beautiful art can completely transform a room. Margaux creates stunning, unique pieces that will look amazing on your wall and make wonderful gifts. Please follow her to see her new pieces!
Noonday Collection with Jennifer Case
Housewives in The City's main goal is to support and empower women and we love seeing that same spirit in other businesses. Through jewelry and other accessories, Noonday Collection partners with the world's most vulnerable communities to bring you beautiful pieces and support those communities. Jennifer brought so many incredible items that will make you feel like you have come back from a fun adventure.
Hempworx with Diane Barnard
CBD oil has been known to improve wellness, promote a healthy mind, and increase immune function. Diane educated all of our attendees on the benefits of CBD oil and how it can improve your overall wellness. The first 25 ladies to arrive were lucky enough to score a Hempworx coffee sample in their swag bags courtesy of Diane.
Relay for Life of Greater Richmond
Relay for Life holds annual celebrations to fundraise to fight cancer. Cancer survivors are honored with a survivor lap and those that have lost their fight are remembered with luminaria bags that are released as the sun sets. Richmond's Relay for Life event will be held June 1st at Pocahontas Middle School in Henrico.
I want to extend a huge thank you to JBella Photography for capturing our night with amazing pictures. Whether you are looking for business headshots or family photos, Saraellen , owner of JBella Photography, can bring your vision to life.
As with every month, I loved getting to see new faces and familiar ones. Please join us on May 16th at Intermission Beer Company! Get your ticket here. See you soon!
Ten years ago I am betting that you never thought you would be worried about Instagram algorithms or that you would obsess over getting that perfect picture of your letter board next to a cup of coffee. But here we are and we all know that running a business on social media is HARD and the competition is fierce. With all of that being said, I was thrilled to find out that Content and Connection was coming to Richmond. I went to the first meet up and I am happy to say it lived up to the hype!
What is Content and Connection?
A community of like-minded entrepreneurs there to help you create social media content through an online group, monthly meetups, expert training, and tips throughout the month.
What did we do at the monthly meet up?
We met up at the super cute Quirk Hotel and had time to network ( my personal favorite, I'm a talker). Then we split into groups and set out across the city to take pictures with some beautiful backdrops. When you get people with different skill sets and businesses together, magic happens and everyone ends up inspired.
You all know that I love having a community and I am thrilled that we have this new one here in Richmond. To learn more about how you can join, head to Content and Connection!
I knew from the moment that I walked into the AR Workshop for the first time that I would love this place (and it's wonderful owner, Rebecca) . I have continued to love it at each visit and last Thursday night was no exception. A huge thank you goes to the AR Workshop for hosting us in their beautiful space and for creating adorable spring projects for our attendees to make. We had 11 amazing businesses at our Pop Up and I want to take the time to highlight them so that you can connect with and support them.
Lyla Taylor Boutique
Lyla Taylor Boutique is a local online boutique that offers fashionable, boutique style clothing without the boutique cost. All of the pieces are hand picked by a local mama to be fashion forward and comfortable.
Created by local sisters, L&M Company creates women's leggings. We all love wearing leggings, but as we all know leggings are not always the most flattering. L&M has created the most flattering pair of leggings, so you will feel both put together and comfortable while you wear them.
All About The Beverage
Are you a wine lover? Of course you are! All About The Beverage creates fun drink themed accessories and barware perfect for gifts.
My Nourishing Kitchen
I was so thrilled to have My Nourishing Kitchen provide food for our Pop Up Shop and everyone LOVED everything that Karen prepared. My Nourishing Kitchen provides whole food, plant based meal prep workshops. You leave the workshops with healthy meals that take the guess work out of the rest of the week.
Tiny Bees Kids Shop
Are you tired of constantly seeing ugly, dysfunctional teethers? Tiny Bees Kids Shop creates beautiful handmade teething accessories and pacifiers clips, including teething necklaces that you won't even mind wearing.
We all love to dress up our little misses and misters. Haberdash creates beautiful, handcrafted bows and bow ties in a variety of colors and prints. No outfit is complete without one!
Founded here in Richmond, Liberatus Jewelry creates modern yet timeless pieces for women and men. All pieces are handcrafted in sterling silver, brass, and cooper.
Are you constantly finding yourself searching for meaningful gifts, but end up just spending a lot of money on something that you don't love? Worry no more because Gifted RVA specializes in the art of gifting! The owner, Noelle, creates gift boxes full of beautiful and local items that will make your family and friends wonder how you found such a thoughtful gift.
When the owners of Cache District noticed that they could not find high quality sheets at an affordable price, they sought out to create it themselves. Cache District creates beautiful, luxurious organic cotton sheets and throw blankets in a variety of timeless designs.
Ayla James is an online children's boutique that offers boutique quality clothes and accessories for your little cuties at a reasonable price. They have also recently begun offering Kindness Dolls!
Stella & Dot with Pamela
Stella & Dot is a favorite for everyone! They perfectly master the timeless yet modern look. Our beautiful stylist, Pamela, will be donating all proceeds from our Pop Up Shop to the local Down Syndrome Association in honor of World Down Syndrome Day. If you saw an item that you are still thinking about, head to her website above!
Feedmore is on a mission to stop hunger in Central Virginia. They collect, prepare, and distribute food to those in need across 34 counties and cities. To learn more about what you can do to help, head to their Facebook page.
Emily Mandeville Photography
Emily has had a long standing passion for photography and it clearly shows in her work. Winner of the Thumbtack Top Pro Award, Emily Mandeville Photography is able to assist you with all of your photography needs from portraits to kids' parties.
To see all of the photos from our Pop Up Shop, click here.
Thank you all so much for supporting RVA Housewives and our amazing vendors! See you at The Wine Loft on April 23rd !
oday is World Down Syndrome Day, which is observed to raise awareness about what Down Syndrome is and celebrate those who have Down Syndrome. Why is Down Syndrome celebrated on the date 3/21? Down Syndrome occurs when there are 3 copies of the 21st chromosome.
As most of you know, my three-year-old daughter, Charlotte, has Down Syndrome. It’s one of those things that I often forget about in our day to day, even though it is such a big part of our lives. To us, she is just Charlotte- who happens to have Down Syndrome…and more sassiness than a three-year-old should ever have. On days like this one, I remember a time when I didn’t know anything about Down Syndrome.
When I first found out that my sweet, unborn daughter had Down Syndrome, I quite simply lost it. I thought every single moment of my family’s days would be devoted to caring for Charlotte. There would be no vacations, no parties, we would go into bankruptcy, etc. I’m not dramatic at all. Well, this obviously could not be farther from the truth and we feel quite lucky every single day to have this extra special part of our life. In my quest to raise awareness about what Down Syndrome truly is and is not, I want to share with you twenty-one (get it? Twenty-one facts for twenty-one chromosomes) facts about Down Syndrome.
1. Down Syndrome does not just occur in pregnancies of older women- in fact, 80% of all babies born with Down Syndrome are born to women younger than 35.
2. Down Syndrome is very rarely hereditary. When it is, that is called Translocation Trisomy 21, and this only occurs about %4 of the time.
3. It is called Down Syndrome not Down’s Syndrome. Complete honesty- it is like nails on a chalkboard when people say Down’s Syndrome.
4. A high percentage of babies with Down Syndrome are born with a congenital heart defect, often requiring surgery.
5. People with Down Syndrome contribute to society in so many ways and want to live independent lives, just like the rest of us.
6. Everyone that has Down Syndrome has a cognitive delay, most often this ranges from mild to moderate.
7. People who have Down Syndrome are NOT always happy. While this is a sweet sentiment, it is very untrue. If you don’t believe me, stop by my house when I’m brushing Charlotte’s hair- you’ll see.
8. Children that have Down Syndrome often have low muscle tone. This do not mean that they are weak, rather that the typical muscle tension is not there. My favorite non-medical term for it is “floppy” because it describes it %100 accurately. Best thing about low muscle tone- the hugs.
9. Speaking of muscle tone…. most people that have Down Syndrome will need a few types of therapies (most often physical, occupational, and speech) often starting from infancy.
10. Life expectancy has increased drastically from being just 25 in the 1980’s to now being well over 60. This is thought to be largely due to better medical care and to decreased rates of institutionalization.
11. While children that have Down Syndrome do often share common features (almost shaped eyes, small stature, sweet round faces), they more closely resemble members of their family.
12. Unfortunately, people that have Down Syndrome are more prone to certain medical conditions: childhood leukemia, Alzheimer’s, Autism, and seizures.
13. The divorce rates among parents of children that have Down Syndrome is lower than the national average.
14. Inclusion in school systems has been shown to be beneficial for both the children that have special needs and their typically developing peers.
15. People that have Down Syndrome have all different kinds of hobbies and interest, just like everyone else.
16. A growing number of adults with Down Syndrome are now living independently with assistance from family or community.
17. A study showed that 99% of adults that had Down Syndrome were happy with their lives. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3740159/
18. 1 in 700 babies are born with Down Syndrome
19. Adults that have Down Syndrome can go to college! An increasing number of colleges are creating programs for those with intellectual disabilities.
20. Kayla McKeon is the first registered lobbyist to have Down Syndrome!
21. A small, but growing, number of people that have Down Syndrome have drivers’ licenses (including Kayla McKeon!)
With all that being said, I hope that what you take away is that we are all really more alike than different. However, as a good friend of mine said recently, the differences are really where the magic occurs.
Happy World Down Syndrome Day everyone!!!
St. Patrick's Day is this Sunday and there is no shortage of fun ways to celebrate. I've shared some of the fun events in and around Richmond this Saturday(family friendly events are noted with **), so go wear your green and find your pot of gold!
The first time I ever used a housecleaning service, I was pregnant with my third and had twin toddlers running around and yet, I still felt a little lazy. I think that some people have a hard time justifying it, especially when they are at stay at home moms ( which I am). However, over the last few years I have adopted a new mantra: You can do anything, but not everything. Which brings me back to Five Star Maids, who recently visited my house for a housecleaning service. Because I have enjoyed them so much, I chatted with them last week and I wanted to share some of their recommendations and tips with you!
I think people often think of housecleaning services as a luxury. How do you think your service benefits families?
If there is one thing we don't have enough of, it is TIME. A cleaning service can help you get back some precious time with your friends and family. Imagine spending your weekends having fun instead of cleaning your bathrooms and floors! As moms, we are busy enough. Let Five Star Maids take "cleaning" off your must-do list.
What does Five Star Maids clean every time they come to your house?
Our crew works in a precise manner to clean every room (and floor!) in your house. We also make the beds and change linens. We offer oven and fridge cleaning as well for an add-on cost.
How should you prepare your house before a cleaning service comes?
Just a basic pick up of any clutter that needs to be moved out of the way. If you have any pets that you don't want to be disturbed, some clients put them in another room or outside. For the most part, you just need to sit back and relax!
Do you need to be home during scheduled cleanings?
No. We have many clients that have their homes cleaned while they are at work and some that choose to run errands while the crew is at their house. You can choose to leave a key at our office, provide us a garage code, or remotely unlock the door yourself.
To schedule your cleaning head to Five Star Maids and let them know that RVA Housewives in The City referred you!
While it may not feel like it right now, Summer is right around the corner! We all love Summer, but after the novelty wears off we often hear every mom's most dreaded phrase: " Mom, I'm bored!". I've shared with you my favorite camps to keep you and your kiddos happy this summer!
Henricus Historical Park
HISTORY, SCIENCE & MORE DAY CAMPS
Located in Chester, Virginia on the James River
Hands-on, interactive and immersive camps for your kids!
Spring Break Camps: April 1 – 5 -- 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Ages 8 – 12)
April 1 – Archaeology at Henricus
April 2 – Science in the 17th Century
April 3 – Follow That Fish: the James River Environment
April 4 – Sir Thomas Dale’s Colony
April 5 – Indian Summer
Camp Pocahontas: June 24 – 28 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Ages 6-10)
One-hour After Care available each day.
Join in Powhatan cooking, farming, archery, music and dancing, engineering, canoe scraping, fish net weaving, pottery of Indian life in the 1600’s and meet the English colonists.
James River Camp: August 6 – 8 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Ages 9-12)
Paddle a kayak on the James River and identify how the plants and animals of the river were hunted, gathered, and used throughout history. Field trip to a water sanitation plant – how to keep the James clean!
Discovery Day Family Camps 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.(Ages 3–12 + adult)
Three-hour Family Camps (adults and children). Lots of indoor and outdoor age-appropriate, hands-on activities, make-&-takes and FUN!
July 12 Summertime in the 17th Century
July 26 Water, Water Everywhere
August 1 Flora & Fauna
August 22 Food, Food, Food in the 1600’s
Call for more information, prices and to register your children!
Core Kids Academy
Looking for a fun way to beat the heat this summer? With the option to choose between our themed camp, gymnastics camp, and ninja camp, there is something for everyone to enjoy at CORE this summer!
CORE Kids Academy is an unique gymnastics-based fitness program for children. Our mission is to instill and develop confidence, fitness, and life skills through gymnastics or ninja training. Our goal is to provide a fun, friendly environment where our students can build strength, improve coordination, and let their self-confidence flourish. Our summer camps are for pre-school and school-age campers and are suitable for any skill level, for beginners to advanced!
Our Themed Camp is for campers 2 years and older and incorporates gymnastics, games and fitness for a fun-filled three hours! Each week, we offer an unique, exciting theme, such as princesses, animals and superheroes, with certain weeks including a visit from a theme-appropriate special guests. With our Gymnastics Camp, it doesn't matter whether your child has been a CORE gymnast for years or is just starting out in the sport, they'll receive the immersive gymnastics experience they've been looking for! Using our specialized equipment and thoughtfully crafted skill progressions, CORE campers will work on a variety of skills, including cartwheels, aerials, pullovers, flyaways, back walkovers, and back tucks. So no matter what skill your child wants to learn, this camp is for gymnasts of all levels, ages 5 and older!
If your child wants to try something different, why not train like a Ninja this summer? Our Ninja Camp consists of six hours of action-packed, high-intensity Ninja training, that combines obstacle training, martial arts, gymnastics and freestyle movement. Ninja campers will utilize our specialized Ninja equipment to learn a variety of skills, including Ninja rolls, flips, vaults, window escapes, palm spins and ricochets!
Our summer camps are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 am-12 pm or 1-4 pm. Our Themed and Gymnastics Camp begins the week of May 28th and our Ninja Camp will begin the week of June 18th.
For more info on prices or to register your child:
Miracles in Motion
Miracles in Motion is a non-profit organization that offers quality dance instruction to those with special needs. Here all people can participate no matter their ability!
They are offering two summer camp options for ages 5+ so your little ones can keep grooving over the summer:
Week 1: July 8-10 1:00-4:00 pm
Week 2: July 15-17 1:00-4:00 pm
Both camps will be full of dance, music, crafts and more! Families can sign up for one or both weeks.
To learn more about prices or to register:
Miracles in Motion
YMCA of Greater Richmond
The YMCA has a camp for everyone from your toddlers to teenagers. Their types of camps are endless: drama, sports, wizarding (seriously), art, etc. The YMCA summer camps are also very parent friendly due to camp selections throughout the summer and there being multiple locations throughout Richmond and surrounding areas.
To learn more about prices and types of camps: or to register your child:
Hi there! I'm Courtney . I am a mom of three ,a group fitness instructor, and a blogger. My favorite thing to do is to explore new fun things in the Richmond area with my family. I look forward to connecting with you through our Girl's Night Out events and social media.