Attention Residents and Visitors - the Treesdale office will be closed on Saturdays throughout the duration of January. Normal office hours will resume in February.
Charlottesville, VA is an amazing town for anyone looking for "something to do" - a wide variety of events take place here, including theater performances, an astonishing amount of quality live music, culinary events, outdoor and athletic activities, historic tours and lectures, and of course, UVa Sports! Listed below are just a few of the interesting things going on near Treesdale Apartments in Charlottesville!
Sweeten your holiday season with Charlottesville Ballet’s professional production of the classic holiday ballet! Performances take place December 19th and 20th at the V. Earl Dickinson Building at PVCC. Join Clara on her magical journey through Lands of Snowflake and Sweets and enjoy the beautiful music of Tchaikovsky’s score.
First Night Virginia is an annual “community celebration of the arts” that began in Charlottesville in 1982 and is the second oldest First Night in the country. 2015 will be the 33rd annual festival of the arts with many family-friendly activities on and around the historic Downtown Mall. Hundreds of thousands of people have attended past events. From fire dancers to rock n’ roll, ballet to jugglers, there’s something for everybody!
Don't waste any time with that New Year's resolution and get 2016 started off right! Join the Charlottesville Track Club for their annual New Year's Day 5k. Proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia.
Visit Wintergreen Resort near Charlottesville for the Wintergreen Terrain Park Series. A series of five events throughout the season -- three Rail Jams and two Slopestyles. The events are open to skiers and snowboarders of all ages; valid lift ticket is required. Take part in one or all five of the events!
Love reading? Or have a book lover in your life? The Virginia Festival of the Book brings readers and writers together for a five-day celebration of books, reading, literacy, and literary culture. The 22nd Annual Festival will be held March 16-20, 2016.
IX Art Park is a public, non-commercial, interactive space for spontaneous dreaming. Indulge your eyes, ears, mind, heart and soul. It's all about possibility and the power of collective creativity. The IX Art Park marks Charlottesville as a cultural magnet in Virginia. Admission is free and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.