What's Booming: Kaleidoscopes, Markets, and Restaurant Weeks

By Rachel Marsh | April 8th, 2021

So much color. So much shopping. So much eating.

Little girl looking through a kaleidoscope at Richmond Restaurant Week


Through Tuesday, April 27 at Short Pump Town Center

Did someone say “life-sized kaleidoscope”?!

Ellen Glasgow House Estate Sale with Art.Style.Design Richmond

Thursday, April 8 through Sunday, April 11 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily online

An estate sale filled with the finest furnishings, paintings, décor, and more. Even if your home doesn’t need anything more, your eyes will still enjoy this extravagant treat.

Pop-up Market

Saturday, April 10 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at The Diamond

Before getting your baseball fix at The Diamond, get your shopping fix in. Every Saturday, head to the stadium for your fill of artisan crafts, jewelry, gifts, clothes, food and beer trucks, and the kind of “funn” that has an extra “n.”

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Sunday, April 11 at 3 p.m. Sponsored by the Virginia Holocaust Museum

This year, honor the millions of lives lost in this historic event – virtually. Featuring speaker and internationally recognized musicologist, professor, and author, Dr. James Grymes.

Richmond Restaurant Week

Monday, April 12 through Sunday, April 25

It’s the most deliciously charitable time of the year. When you get a meal from one of the dozens of participating restaurants – whether delivery, dine-in, or al fresco – opt-in to help Feed More feed local Richmonders. Those fish tacos have never been quite so tasty… 

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