2010 St.John’s Reenactment Series; New Visions Civic Association Special Meeting; Rachel’s Farmstand; RPS School Board; Friends of Libby Hill Park; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Adult Computer Class ; Beginner’s Yoga; CAPS Meeting; Unity Civic League; Back to School Movie; An Afternoon with Eliza Poe; Church Hill Reunion; MORE… 2010 St.John’s Reenactment Series Sun Sep 5 […]
2010 St.John’s Reenactment Series; New Visions Civic Association Special Meeting; Rachel’s Farmstand; RPS School Board; Friends of Libby Hill Park; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Adult Computer Class ; Beginner’s Yoga; CAPS Meeting; Unity Civic League; Back to School Movie; An Afternoon with Eliza Poe; Church Hill Reunion; MORE…
2010 St.John’s Reenactment Series
Sun Sep 5 1:00 pm
The Patrick Henry Committee invites you to bring your friends and family to a reenactment of the Second Virginia Convention of March 1775. In the presence of Washington, Jefferson, and other notable Virginians, Patrick Henry delivered his passionate call for liberty, uttering the immortal words, “Give me liberty or give me death!” These events are free and open to the public. Seating begins at 1:00pm on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call 804-648-5015 for more information.
New Visions Civic Association Special Meeting
Sat Sep 4 10:00 am
Councilperson Newbille and Juanita Buster are requesting all of the civic league members and residents to have a dialogue on the draft of the East End Transformation plan that came out of the charrette. All new information, suggestions, changes, etc. are due to the above persons by the first part of September with hope of bringing some closure to the draft format by the end of September. Come prepared to give your input.
DRAFT PLAN: http://chpn.net/news/2010/08/10/draft-of-the-east-end-revitalization-plan-released-for-feedback_14704/
Sun Sep 5 12:00 pm
Fresh Produce 12-2pm every Sunday. Fresh from my garden to your table. Grown the way nature intended with NO harmful chemicals. Fresh Tomatoes & Tomato Plants, Peppers, Onions, Herbs, Zucchini, Cucumbers, Squash.
22nd and Carrington
RPS School Board
Mon Sep 6 4:30 pm
The RPS School Board meets at 4:30PM and 6PM on the first Monday of each month in Council Chamber Room on the 2nd floor of City Hall, located at 301 North Ninth Street; and at 6PM on the third Monday of each month at selected schools.
Friends of Libby Hill Park
Tue Sep 7 7:00 pm
Every 1st Tues, location varies – Contact Marion Macdonald at MacMarion@aol.com or (804)644-1347 for more info.
Open Mic @ Poe’s
Tue Sep 7 8:15 pm
Weekly Open Mic every Tuesday at Poe’s Pub, hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up at 8:15, music at 9PM
Adult Computer Class
Wed Sep 8 10:00 am
At the East End Library – Meet the Mouse. Very basic instruction for the complete novice who doesn’t like computers, has to learn to use one, and is ready to have some fun. Class size is limited. First come, first serve.
Wed Sep 8 7:00 pm
@ Neighborhood Resource Center – 1519 Williamsburg Road – Relax, renew and do something great for the community! All proceeds benefit the Neighborhood Resource Center. Suggested $10 donation. Call (804)864-5797 or visit www.nrccafe.org for more information.
Wed Sep 8 6:00 pm
Every 2nd Wed – 701 N 25th St. 2nd Floor
Unity Civic League
Thu Sep 9 7:30 pm
@ St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
22nd and X Street
Call 643-9353 or email@example.com for more information.
Back to School Movie
Fri Sep 10 7:00 pm
Come on over to the Robinson Theater for a Back to School movie, featuring “Akeelah and the Bee”. Also receive a FREE spiral notebook with your ticket (for all youth 18 & under). $1 movie and Snack Bar Open.
An Afternoon with Eliza Poe
Sat Sep 11 2:00 pm
MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts is the first statewide celebration of its kind. Between March and June of 2010, thousands of special events will occur to honor contributions by women to arts and culture. Any individual or group can participate by presenting at least one public program focused on women.
St. John’s Church’s cemetery is the final resting place of Elizabeth Arnold Poe, Edgar Allan Poe’s birth mother and an accomplished stage actress in her day. Eliza was known for her theatrical versatility, her comedic skill, and her beautiful singing voice. She was twenty-four when she passed away in Richmond in 1811, and at the time of her death she was on her way to achieving national stardom. Eliza Poe will tell about her tragically short life story and perform selections from her vast repertoire.
Cost is $6.00 for adults; $5.00 for seniors; $4.00 for ages 7-18; free for under 7. Please call 804.648.5015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Church Hill Reunion
Sat Sep 11
Ethel Bailey Furman Park @ George Mason Elementary