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Day Light Saving Time, November 4, 2012.

18th Annual Holiday Shoppers Fair, Friday & Saturday, November 2 & 3, 9:30am-5pm, Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 west Broad Street, shop from fourteen museum stores, www.smv.org or 804-864-1400.

13th Annual Brunswick Stew Festival, Saturday, November 3rd, 11am-4pm; 2nd Annual Autumn Bottom Brews, Sunday, November 4th, noon-5pm, 17th Street Farmer’s Market, Shockoe Bottom, free to attend, fees for stews, food, brews, www.richmondgov.com/farmersmarket or 804-646-0477.

The Rho Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 5th Annual Saute & Sizzle, Richmond Men Are Cooking, Saturday, November 3rd, 7:08-11:08pm, at the Weinstein Jewish Community Center, 5403 Monument Avenue, $25, www.reoaka.org or call 804-308-3904 or 804-717-2004.

55th Annual Urbanna Oyster Festival, Friday, November 2, 10am-5pm, Saturday, November 39am-5pm, Town of Urbanna, pay as you go festival, no admission but parking fees, www.urbannaoysterfestival.com or 804-758-0368.

Carytown Food & Wine Festival, A Taste Of Carytown, Cary Court, Sunday, November 4th, 12-6pm, $15 advance, $20 at the gate, ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass, www.carytownrva.com or 804-423-1777.

Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, 2nd Stage Performance, An Evening of Ukulele, Friday, November 2nd & 3rd, concerts featuring Thomas Wakefield & The Aloha Boys , workshops, open-mic & jam sessions, and vendors, advance $12, at the door $15, www.artsglenallen.com or 804-261-ARTS (2787).

Children’s Museum of Richmond, Genworth Foundation’s Holiday Village, CMoR Central, Saturday, November 3rd – Monday, December 31; Legendary Santa – CMoR Central Friday, November 23 – Monday, December 24, www.ChildrensMuseumOfRichmond.org or 804-474-7000.

Virginia Thanksgiving Festival, America’s First Thanksgiving, Sunday, November 4, noon at Berkeley Plantation, 12602 Harrison Landing Road, Charles City, Festival and Plantation Gardens are free, parking cars $5, bus $10, house torus 9am-4:30pm, www.virginiathanksgivingfestival.com

Opening reception for A Splash of Provence, at The Gallery at UNOS, 700 North 4th Street, Friday, November 2, 5-7:30pm, on display through December 29th, www.UNOS.org or 804-782-4800.

Eerie Nights Ghost Tour, Friday 7 Saturday, November 2 & 3, 7pm,  A Ghoul Guide through Richmond’s haunted Streets, meets in the 17th Street Farmer’s Market, www.eerienights.com or 804-833-1845.

Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities & The Friends of Dogwood Dell present “Screams: The Musical” November 2nd & 3rd at 8pm, November 4th, 2pm at Pine Camp Theater, 4901 Old Brook Road, www.brownpapertickets.com or 804-646-1031.

Henley Street Theatre with the Latin Ballet of Virginia presents Giving Voice/Dame Tu Voz, Saturday, November 3, 1-9pm, free daytime events for the family at Centenary United Methodist Church, 411 East Grace Street on Franklin, between 4th & 5th Streets, www.latinballet.com.

Radio One Family Comedy Tour – Saints & Sinners, Hosted by Marcus D. Wiley, Saturday, November 3rd, 7:30pm, St. Paul’s Baptist Church, 4247 Creighton Road, advance tickets $20, www.ETIX.com or 800-514-3849 or www.kissrichmond.com.

R. Kelly: The Singles Ladies Tour featuring Tamia, Richmond’s Landmark Theater, December 5, tickets go on sale Friday November 2, 10am, www.ETIX.com or 800-514-ETIX (3849).

InLight Richmond, Friday, November 2nd, 7pm to midnight, Downtown West Broad Street along the Arts & Culture District from Henry to Adams Streets, www.1708Gallery.org or 804-643-1708.

Virginia Christmas Show at The showplace, November 1-4, Friday & Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm, 434-372-3996.

25th Annual Virginia Film Festival, Through Sunday, venues at the University of Virginia and in and around Charlottesville, www.virginiafilmfestival.org or 434-924-3376.

Psychic Festival, consultations with psychics, readers, astrologers & healers, Saturday, November 3, 10am-6pm, Aquarian Bookshop, 3519 Ellwood Avenue, free admission, consultation fees, benefit the Children/Baby Girl Project, 804-353-5575.

FUTURE EVENTS:

“HNoMS Statsraad Lehmkuhl” 98 Year Old Norwegian tall sailing ship, open to the public, November 6, 3-6pm, ships tours free, www.festevents.org or 757-441-2345. 

Modlin Arts & Richmond Centerstage present Shaolin Warriors, Thursday, November 8, 7:30, Carpenter Theatre, www.richmondcenterstage.com.

Mini Greek Festival, Saint Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 30 Malvern Avenue, between Cary & Grove, November 8-10, 11am-8pm, www.vagocathedral.org or call 804-358-5996.

KLM Scholarship Foundation 10th anniversary Champagne Brunch, Saturday, November 10th, 11am – 1pm, Mistress of ceremony Shelby Brown, speakers, delegate Jennifer McClellan & Delegate Joe Morrissey at The Bull & Bear Club, www.KLMFoundation.org, 804-687-1829.

Anthem Richmond Marathon, November 10th, 8am, HCA Virginia 8K, 7am, American family Fitness Half Marathon, 7:30am, www.richmondmarathon.com or 804-286-9495.

Hotel X performs at Goree Restaurant, 1823 East Main Street, Friday, November 16 & Thursday, December 5, 6:30-8:30pm; facebook.com/groups/HotelX.

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