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RAFT Crisis Hotline

Need to talk? Raft Crisis Hotline offers 24/7 empathy and support. Whether you’re in a crisis situation or if you want to talk about your stressful day, trained volunteers are ready to listen. Call (540) 961-8400 to speak with someone who cares. For more information, visit the NRVCS website.

Red Cross

Every two seconds, a person in the United States needs blood. Do your part by giving blood at your local Red Cross blood drive. One donation can help save the lives of three human beings. Visit redcrossblood.org for more information and to find a blood drive near you.

Blacksburg Yoga Collective

Are you curious about affordable, accessible yoga? If so, you could join the Blacksburg Yoga Collective every Monday through Thursday evening for donation-based classes. For more information, you can find them on Facebook or visit blacksburgyogacollective.com

The Blacksburg Square Dance

Come on out and enjoy a special Blacksburg Square Dance event: a Cajun band with old-time square dances and Cajun Two-steps !! With caller Liam ‘Old Man’ Kelly & live music by ‘Billy Coteau’ with fiddler Bill Blevins. No partner or dance experience needed. More info at Blacksburg Square Dance on Facebook. Until 3/2/2019

InStill Mindfulness SWVA

The Spring Break Young Adult Weekend Retreat is a mindfulness retreat for 18-30 year-olds, at Selu Observatory in Radford. Learn to better deal with stress, anxiety, and depression, and experience greater wellbeing, through mindful awareness practices and other activities. Pricing is on a sliding scale, so the retreat is available to all young adults, regardless of circumstance. For more information, and to register, visit instillmindfulness.org. Until 3/6/2019

Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley

In the U.S., one in three women and one in six men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetime. For over 40 years, The Women’s Resource Center of the New River Valley has been working to keep victims of domestic and sexual violence safe. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted or if your partner has abused you, please call our 24/7 Hotline at (540) 639-1123. Until 3/31/2019

Blue Mountain School

Celebrate with amazing music, dancing, and friends at the Tenth Annual Mardi Gras Costume Ball, happening March 2nd at Dogtown Roadhouse in Floyd, Virginia. This fundraising event for Blue Mountain School will feature local music legends like Jordan Harman, George Penn, and Floyd's own Music Road Company! Don't miss out on the Krewe de Bleu dinner with chef Richard Perry just before the doors open to a magical night for all! You can get more information and tickets at floydmardigras.com. Until 3/2/2019

Moss Arts Center Ambassadors

Calling all musicians! On Friday, April 12th, you can join the Moss Arts Center Ambassadors all across campus for VT Music Day! The goal is to promote performances at numerous locations all over campus. For more information, you can email vtmusicday@gmail.com to perform or to volunteer. Until 3/26/2019

University Libraries

In honor of Black History Month, Newman Library will be displaying Vince Haley’s journey as an industrial designer in an exhibit located on the 2nd floor. It showcases Haley’s creative works and personal coaching, which have promoted a local and global well being. Experience Haley’s journey from February 1st to March 10th. Until 3/10/2019

New River Valley Disability Resource Center

In the past five years, over 650 people have died due to insufficient care. To bring awareness to this nationwide issue, New River Valley Disability Resource Center is holding a candlelight vigil on March 1 beginning at 1pm. The vigil will be held at 53 West Main Street in Christiansburg, Suite A. If you would like to share your story, contact advocate@nrvdrc.org or call 540-266-1435 to sign up to be a speaker. Until 2/28/2019

University Libraries

You can walk through the underground tunnels of World War I, right here in Blacksburg! The Vauquois Experience, located on the 4th floor of Newman Library, allows visitors to experience the tunnels underneath Vauquois, France, where German and French soldiers slept, ate, took shelter, mined, and fought for over three years. Visitors will walk in the footsteps of others over time and space by immersing themselves in the experiences of life underground. It is open now through March 31st! Until 3/31/2019