Continuing to highlight the people and places that make Charlottesville and the surrounding area such a special place to live and to explore, Charlottesville Inside-Out begins Season 10 on January 12, 2017. Check out the people and places that host Terri Allard will introduce our viewers to over the course of this milestone season (or download a PDF of the Season 10 program descriptions).
1/12/17 Geoff Luck / Free Union Grass Farm (#1001)
Hear about life on the road as seen through the lens of a world-traveling National Geographic filmmaker; then learn about rotational grazing from two young foodies who decided to join passions and make a life of farming.
1/19/17 Blue Moon Diner / Gearharts Chocolate (#1002)
Stop by a quirky, colorful, and beloved diner; then explore the flavors, textures, and artisan craftsmanship of locally made chocolates.
1/26/17 Front Porch Roots Music / Holsinger Studio Collection (#1003)
Discover an organization that connects and educates people through traditional roots music; then take a look back on life in Charlottesville and Albemarle County from before the turn of the century through World War I as captured on film by a successful local photographer.
2/16/17 Youth Orchestra of Central Virginia / Tinkersmiths Makerspace (#1004)
Hear from a youth symphony orchestra that has been thriving in our community for the past four decades; then visit a local makerspace whose mission is to serve as the most innovative, grassroots think tank and prototyping facility in the U.S.
2/23/17 Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary / Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (#1005)
Visit a wildlife sanctuary that provides shelter and nourishment for orphaned animals until they are ready to return to the wild; then sit down with the president of one the largest humanities councils in the country.
3/02/17 Hope’s Equine Legacy / Georgia’s Friends (#1006)
Learn about an organization that rescues and rehabilitates horses in need; then visit a house designed to give women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction a safe place to flourish.
3/23/17 Rivanna Master Naturalists / Piedmont Housing Alliance (#1007)
Spend time with a group that trains volunteers to provide natural resource related education, outreach, and service in the Central Virginia region; then catch up with an organization dedicated to creating affordable housing in our community through education, lending, and development.
3/30/17 Beleza Music / City Schoolyard Garden (#1008)
Find your samba soul groove with a popular husband and wife musical team; then get the scoop on an organization that is enhancing academic learning and healthy living skills through hands-on experience in schoolyard gardens.
4/06/17 Cars and Coffee / Fred Williamson (#1009)
Meet a group of car and coffee enthusiasts who gather bi- monthly to talk and trot out automobiles; then visit a local artist to learn about the craft of woodturning.
4/27/17 BACON / Community Attention Foster Families (#1010)
Hear from a high school educator about the work of his afterschool group called BACON -- Best All Around Club of Nerds; then touch base with an organization dedicated to training and supporting local foster parents so that children are able to remain in their community while they get the assistance they need.
5/04/17 Blue Ridge Curling / Darden Prisoner Reentry Education Program (#1011)
Check out a sport that has been nicknamed “chess on ice”; then learn about a Darden School of Business program designed to give soon-to-be-released prison inmates an education in business and entrepreneurship.
5/11/17 Charles Owens / Sidetracks (#1012)
Sit down with a talented saxophonist and educator who brings his own depth and passion to performances while evoking the power and spirit of musical masters; then peruse a long-time favorite local music store.