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03/24/2008 6:15 AM by

Beginning Computer Classes for Adults; CAR Meeting; Heating & Cooling Your Old House; open mic @ Poe’s Pub; Tree Planting and Mulching @ Libby Hill Park; 23rd Annual Church Hill Irish Festival; MORE…

Beginning Computer Classes for Adults

Tue Mar 25 10:30 am
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)

CAR Meeting

Tue Mar 25 4:30 pm
Committee for Architectural Review

Heating & Cooling Your Old House

Tue Mar 25 6:00 pm
A new “Fix-It-Up” workshop will be held at the Parish Hall at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2401 East Broad Street.

This workshop is designed to provide expert advice on how to make the oldest home more comfortable and cozy in any season. Justin Nelson, with Dominion Heating & Air Conditioning will provide some direction for homeowners on how to improve upon an existing system or how to successfully install a new, energy efficient system for your house while maintaining the historic integrity of your home. Reservations are required; $5 for A.C.O.R.N. Members, $10 for general admission. Free street parking is available around St. John’s Church.

To reserve a space, call 804-422-2148, or send an email to: info@richmondneighborhoods.org

open mic @ Poe’s Pub

Tue Mar 25 8:30 pm
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

23rd Annual Church Hill Irish Festival

Sat Mar 29 10:00 am
The festival kicks off with a walking parade to traditional Irish music and dancing, and continues with a street festival where traditional Irish musicians, bagpipers and dancers will perform throughout the weekend. This year’s entertainment lineup includes Uisce Beatha; the Janet Martin Band; Andy, Cindy and Then Some; Page Wilson; Gary Gerloff; Tinkers Damn; Bart Chucker Band; Kelly Kennedy; Susan Greenbaum and many other local favorites. In addition to great music there will be plenty of family fun, including children’s games, face painting and Irish-themed crafts. Food and refreshments will also be available. Enjoy wonderful “Irish Lasagna” prepared by the Ladies of St. Patrick’s, “Fish and Chips” by the great chefs at Holy Rosary, and other favorites provided by Poe’s Irish Pub, Rare Olde Times, and many more. Proceeds benefit the St. Baldrick’s Society, Church Hill Association, Church Hill Crime Watch, Richmond Hill, Child Saver’s Clinic of Richmond, the St. Peter’s Meals Program, and the historic preservation of St. Patrick’s Church, a “little church with a big heart”. We kindly ask that you leave all pets at home. For more information visit www.saintpatrickchurchhill.org or call 804-356-1093. Sponsored in part by Harp and Guinness.

Saturday-Sunday, March 29th-30th
Church Hill (in front of St. Patrick’s Church on N. 25th St. between Broad and Franklin Sts.) 10am-7pm Saturday and 10am-6pm Sunday, $2 donation

Tree Planting and Mulching @ Libby Hill Park

Sat Mar 29 9:00 am
Bring your shovels, rakes, gloves and/or wheel barrows to Libby Hill Park and help plant 6 new shade trees and mulch others.

23rd Annual Church Hill Irish Festival

Sun Mar 30 10:00 am
The festival kicks off with a walking parade to traditional Irish music and dancing, and continues with a street festival where traditional Irish musicians, bagpipers and dancers will perform throughout the weekend. This year’s entertainment lineup includes Uisce Beatha; the Janet Martin Band; Andy, Cindy and Then Some; Page Wilson; Gary Gerloff; Tinkers Damn; Bart Chucker Band; Kelly Kennedy; Susan Greenbaum and many other local favorites. In addition to great music there will be plenty of family fun, including children’s games, face painting and Irish-themed crafts. Food and refreshments will also be available. Enjoy wonderful “Irish Lasagna” prepared by the Ladies of St. Patrick’s, “Fish and Chips” by the great chefs at Holy Rosary, and other favorites provided by Poe’s Irish Pub, Rare Olde Times, and many more. Proceeds benefit the St. Baldrick’s Society, Church Hill Association, Church Hill Crime Watch, Richmond Hill, Child Saver’s Clinic of Richmond, the St. Peter’s Meals Program, and the historic preservation of St. Patrick’s Church, a “little church with a big heart”. We kindly ask that you leave all pets at home. For more information visit www.saintpatrickchurchhill.org or call 804-356-1093. Sponsored in part by Harp and Guinness.

Saturday-Sunday, March 29th-30th
Church Hill (in front of St. Patrick’s Church on N. 25th St. between Broad and Franklin Sts.) 10am-7pm Saturday and 10am-6pm Sunday, $2 donation


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