47 homes in Peter Paul to get free make-overs; Great Richmond Region Adventure; A Blessing to One Another: John Paul II and the Jewish People; RPS School Board; Cook, Shop and Eat Local @ East End Library; Friends of Libby Hill Park; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Tricycle Gardens Farm Stand; Adult Computer Class ; Farm […]
47 homes in Peter Paul to get free make-overs; Great Richmond Region Adventure; A Blessing to One Another: John Paul II and the Jewish People; RPS School Board; Cook, Shop and Eat Local @ East End Library; Friends of Libby Hill Park; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Tricycle Gardens Farm Stand; Adult Computer Class ; Farm to Family bus @ Bon Secours; Introduction to Bellydancing @ East End Library; Director’s Tour: 25th Street to Nine Mile Road; New Vision Civic League; MORE…
47 homes in Peter Paul to get free make-overs
Sat Apr 30 8:00 am
Come out and see 47 homes in the Peter Paul neighborhood receive free home repair make-overs on Saturday, 30 April 2011, from 8AM-5PM. 1,500 volunteers will work on houses owned by seniors with low-income and people who are disabled.
Great Richmond Region Adventure
Sat Apr 30 10:00 am
The Great Richmond Region Adventure is the ultimate test of mental agility and Richmond Region knowledge. Equipped with adventure maps and clues, your team of up to six members race to crack complex codes and decipher puzzles, each leading to the climactic finale as your team quests to win the ultimate glory and the $1,700 cash prize. Saturday, April 30, 2011 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m | Historic Church Hill
A Blessing to One Another: John Paul II and the Jewish People
Sun May 1 9:00 am
The Virginia Holocaust Museum will be opening the new, unique exhibit entitled: “A Blessing to One Another: John Paul II and the Jewish People”, examines how the life experience of the Pope inspired his commitment to tolerance. The exhibit title is drawn from John Paul’s appeal on the 50th of the uprising of Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto. The exhibit is compromised of over 2,000 feet of interactive display. It includes flat screen monitors showing historical film footage and recent interviews prepared for the exhibit, replicas of the Western Wall in Jerusalem and the Warsaw Ghetto gate, as well as artifacts, images, and texts. The exhibit tells a compelling story of how life experiences of tolerance and friendship as well as prejudice and hatred shape a world vision based on mutual respect.
RPS School Board
Mon May 2 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.
Cook, Shop and Eat Local @ East End Library
Tue May 3 1:00 pm
Ellie Basch, local chef and caterer, is known for her inventive cooking, with empasis on fresh seasonal and local ingredients.
Friends of Libby Hill Park
Tue May 3 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 May 3 8:15 pm
Weekly Open Mic every Tuesday at Poe’s Pub, hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up at 8:15, music at 9PM
Tricycle Gardens Farm Stand
Tue May 3 4:00 pm
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-6 PM.
2107 Jefferson Ave, 23223
Farm Stand Opens March 22, 2011.
Fresh Veggies from our Farm, Veggie Seedlings & More! (located in Manchester District at West 9th and Bainbridge Sts).
Adult Computer Class
Wed May 4 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.
Farm to Family bus @ Bon Secours
Thu May 5 3:00 pm
The Farm to Family bus will be set up outside of Bon Secours selling fresh local produce, dairy, eggs, and more every Thursday.
Introduction to Bellydancing @ East End Library
Fri May 6 4:00 pm
Join Khalima, owner of Illunination Dance Studio for a brief histor of conteporary bellydance, with a demonstration and talk about the benefist of dance to people of all ages.
Director’s Tour: 25th Street to Nine Mile Road
Sat May 7 10:00 am
NEW! DIRECTOR’S TOUR: 25TH TO NINE MILE ROAD Formerly one of the city’s important commercial corridors and built along one of the early streetcar routes, 25th Street is now a focal point for redevelopment activity. This tour will explore the changing retail and residential history of this area of Richmond’s East End. Led by History Center Director Bill Martin. Meet at Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital, 1500 N. 28th Street.
New Vision Civic League
Sat May 7 10:00 am
Every 1st Saturday at the East End Library. Contact Mary Thompson at (804)648-7915 for more info.