Recycling week, Mayor’s Roundtable Meeting for 7th District, Union Hill Historic District Study Group, MLK PTA meeting / Back-to-school-night, Crocheting with Sandra, Saturday Market, 7th District Town Hall Meeting with Delores McQuinn, more…
This is recycling week.
Sunday, September 16 8:30 AM
Sunday Open Heirloom Market
Antiques, collectibles, jewelry and fine arts and crafts. 17th Street Farmers’ Market, Free admission, 8:30am-2pm. For more information call 804-646-0310 or visit www.17thstreetfarmersmarket.com.
Tuesday, September 18 10:30 AM
Beginning Computer Classes for Adults
Have computer questions and don’t know where to begin? Come by the library and we’ll help you get started! East End Library (2414 R Street, (804) 646-4474)
Tuesday, September 18 7:00 PM
Mayor’s Roundtable Meeting for 7th District
@ East District Center 1st floor conference room. The 7th District School Board representative Mr. Keith West will join us.
Tuesday, September 18 7:00 PM
Union Hill Historic District Study Group
@ 2108 E. Leigh Street
Join us as we begin the community awareness phase of our work in earnest.At this meeting, we will: 1. divide up the street grid for our canvassing of the neighborhood. Come pick your block(s)! 2. hand out our “talking points” along with other useful documents to help/leave behind in your canvassing. 3. discuss how we will talk to our neighbors, and collect their responses to our discussion of O&H districts. If you’re not on our current Study Group email list and would like to attend the meeting and get involved please send an email to either Bill Conkle at firstname.lastname@example.org or Elaine Odell at email@example.com. We need all the neighborhood participation we can get! Join us in our efforts to see Union Hill become the next City Old & Historic District.
Tuesday, September 18 8:30 PM
open mic @ Poe’s Pub
acoustic open mic at Poe’s Pub on East Main, hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up is at 8:30, music starts at 9, goes until closing @2AM 2607 East Main Street
Wednesday, September 19 11:00 AM
RPL Database Classes
Researching school papers? Need information on car repair? Want to practice the GED, SAT, ASVB or Praxis exams? Learn what a RPL library card can do for you! September 19 & 29 11 a.m. & 1 p.m.
Thursday, September 20 8:30 AM
Farm fresh and homegrown straight from the region’s farms to your home. Homemade and handcrafted right here by highly artistic Richmonders. For more information call 646-0310 or visit www.17thstreetfarmersmarket.com. 17th Street Farmers’ Market, Free admission, 8:30am-2pm
Thursday, September 20 6:00PM
MLK PTA meeting / Back-to-school-night
@ MLK Middle School.
Saturday, September 22
Crocheting with Sandra
@ East End Library … Join us on Saturdays to crochet blankets and hats for premature babies in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit of MCV Hospital. Don’t know how to crochet? Instructor Sandy Scott will teach you basic stitches. Age 10 and up. Call 646-4474 for detail & to register. September 8, 15, 22 and 29
Saturday, September 22 8:30 AM
Farm fresh and homegrown straight from the region’s farms to your home. Homemade and handcrafted right here by highly artistic Richmonders. For more information call 804-646-0310 or visit www.17thstreetfarmersmarket.com.17th Street Farmers’ Market, Free admission, 8:30am-2pm
Saturday, September 22 10:00 AM
Home Ownership Education Program: FREE!
Takes the mystery out of the home buying process and helps the first-time homebuyers to prepare to make important decisions. @ East End Library
Saturday, September 22 11:00 AM
7th District Town Hall Meeting
@ United House of Prayer, 926 Chimborazo Boulevard
Agenda Items: The Echo harbor Project, Rocketts Landing, The Voting Precinct Changes: 4th Baptist Church to the Salvation Army Boy’s and Girl’s Club, Captain Gary Ladin – New Commander of First Precinct. Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or 646-3012
Saturday, September 22 10:00 PM
@ Acappella Pub … Mammy returns to Acappella with Special Guests