Innsbrook has highly responsive team,
many of them volunteers, which coordinate and deliver over 100 events and
activities each year including recreation, wellness, networking clubs,
sporting and special events and the ever popular concert series, Innsbrook
After Hours which has grown to become central Virginia’s longest-running
mid-week concert series.
Innsbrook has created a tradition of exceptional entertainment in Richmond.
Many Innsbrook events are kid-friendly.
The Richmond Corporate Games canoe relays.
Competitive and fun co-ed volleyball leagues.
Innsbrook's many business networking events.
Attracting people outside the office environment to mix, mingle and have a good time.
Wednesdays, beginning May 1
Gates open at 5 p.m.
Innsbrook's Snagajob Pavilion
4901 Highwoods Pkwy.
Innsbrook After Hours, central Virginia’s premier concert series for the past 28 years, is bringing Richmond area residents together again for a summer of great National concerts and the best of Richmond’s local scene, at the Snagajob pavilion. Returning to its roots, the concert series will take place on 22 consecutive Wednesday evenings, beginning May 1. The 2013 concert series kicks off Wednesday, May 1 with country sensation, and Staind frontman, Aaron Lewis.
Here's the line-up of bands scheduled to perform:
• Country sensation Aaron Lewis
• Pat McGee Band
• The Wrest with Pat O'Brien
• Thompson Square
• Summerland Tour 2013 Alternative Guitars featuring Everclear, Live, Filter and Sponge
• Sheryl Crow
• Chris Young
• Marshall Tucker Band
• Frampton's Guitar Circus
• B.B. King
• Steve Bassett with Robbin Thompson
• Dierks Bentley
• Under the Sun Tour featuring Smashmouth, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Fastball and Vertical Horizon
• The Band Perry
• Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo
• Darius Rucker
• The Beach Boys
2013 Innsbrook Classic Golf Tournament
Monday, June 3
8:30 a.m. Check-In
The Country Club of Virginia
Tuckahoe Creek Course
709 S. Gaskins Road
Richmond, Virginia 23238
The Innsbrook Classic Golf Tournament is one of Innsbrook's most popular events and great opportunity to connect with your Innsbrook business neighbors “on the links.” New for Innsbrook Classic 2013, participants will compete at a new venue and new course at the Country Club of Virginia Tuckahoe Creek Course.
Now signing-up 33 corporate teams from Innsbrook and around Richmond – The first place team will “own” the Innsbrook Cup for the year and each player will receive additional prizes. Top honors and prizes are awarded to the first, second and third place teams. There are plenty of chances to win with contests held throughout the day including a 50/50 raffle, closest to the pin and longest drive. Proceeds benefit the St. Joseph's Villa for Children. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
▪ 7 – 8 am Registration and Packet Pick-Up
▪ 8:10 am Butterfly Release
▪ 8:15 am 1/2 Mile Kids Fun Run
▪ 8:30 am 5K Run, Walk & Stroller Walk
Bring the little ones for a morning full of family-fun activities at the Jack & Abby 5K Run/Walk and Stroller Walk to benefit a life-saving cause raising funds to support families with infants in the Bon Secours Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The Jack & Abby 5K began in Innsbrook four years ago and its success has grown over the years to become a very special annual Innsbrook event.
The day kicks-off with a live butterfly release at the start line. Each butterfly is released in honor of a infant who received care in a NICU. Butterflies are available to purchase online and on-site at the race. Then there is a 1/2 Mile Kids Fun Run followed by the 5K Run/Walk/Stroller Walk. After the walk enjoy family activities including a moon bounce, snow cones, carnival games, awards and an appearance by Bon Secours Bonnie the Bunny!
Saturday, May 25
Innsbrook Snagajob Pavilion
4901 Lake Brook Drive
For over 25 years, the Autism Society Central Virginia, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has served as the region’s premier source of education, advocacy, and support for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), their families and friends, and interested professionals. ASDs are a group of developmental disabilities that occur in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups and that cause significant social, communication, and behavioral challenges. More people than ever before are being diagnosed with autism, and currently, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates that an average of 1 in 88 children (1 in 54 boys) in the United States has an ASD. There is no known cure for autism.
Over the past eleven years, the Autism Society Central Virginia 5k Run/Walk has grown from a small venture to an annual event that attracted over 1500 participants in 2012. Held at the Innsbrook Pavilion, this family-friendly race includes entertainment, food, exhibitors and a Kid’s Fun Zone. The 5K Run/Walk is our chapter’s primary source of income, raising nearly $65,000 in May 2012.
All funds raised from this event will stay within the greater Richmond area, providing much needed support to families and individuals living with autism.
Thursday, June 6 Race Begins At 7 p.m. 5000 Dominion Blvd.
The Innsbrook Foundation and Sportsbackers are teaming-up to promote health in the workplace and build corporate pride at the fourth annual Connects Federal Credit Union 4-Miler. This popular event has grown from 700 attendees its first year to an estimated 3,000 people attending this year's race. Challenge your coworkers to the race or show your boss who's really boss by beating them across the finish line. If you are the boss, you can compete in the CEO division to earn bragging rights. After the race enjoy post-event festivities including eats, drinks, live music and fun which has garnered the reputation of Richmond's biggest office party.
Saturday June 8
4 p.m. - 6 a.m.
4991 Lake Brook Dr.
Start a team and join us for the American Cancer Society's signature fundraising event, Relay for Life. This popular and inspiring evening event celebrates those who have battled cancer, remembers loved ones lost and helps support those fighting back against cancer. The event kicks off with an inspiring opening ceremony and Survivors Lap. Teams camp out around the course and enjoy food, games and activities as team members take turns walking the course.
Tuesday Evenings May 7 – July 28 6:15 p.m. -8:30 p.m. Dominion Soccer Field 5000 Dominion Blvd.
• Pick up game will be held on April 23rd at 6:30 p.m. • First game will be held on Tuesday May 7th and consecutive Tuesday nights until July • Eight game season + playoffs • Season includes two (2) exclusive kickball parties • Eight teams per league, 26 person max per team • Cost is $69 per person