New Vision Civic League meeting; Beginning Computer Classes for Adults; Ten Steps to Financial Success; CAPS Meeting; Dialogues for Change – Building Trust Across Divides of Race, Class and Culture; re-enactment of the Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson; Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society; MORE…
New Vision Civic League meeting
Sat Jan 10 10:00 am
@ East End Library – Contact Mary W. Thompson at (804) 648-7915 for more info.
Beginning Computer Classes for Adults
Tue Jan 13 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)
Ten Steps to Financial Success
Tue Jan 13 4:45 pm
Ten Steps to Financial Success, a free seminar exploring budgeting, spending, and money management, will be offered to parents, teachers and members of the community at Fairfield Court Elementary School. Taught by Virginia Credit Union, the seminar will be Tuesday, Jan. 13, from 4:45PM Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 6PM. A second financial education seminar will follow on January 27.
Wed Jan 14 6:00 pm
@EDI (701 N 25th St.) The December CAPS meeting has been CANCELLED. The next meeting will be held January 14, 2009.
Dialogues for Change – Building Trust Across Divides of Race, Class and Culture
Fri Jan 16 6:00 pm
Come join us for Hope in the Cities’ series of strategic dialogues on metropolitan Richmond issues. Highly trained facilitators will lead a dialogue for 25 participants on January 16th & 17th at Richmond Hill.
re-enactment of the Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson
Fri Jan 16 11:30 am
The John Marshall House, 818 East Marshall St, (Richmond) is hosting a re-enactment of the Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson on Friday, January 16th, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This is a FREE event.
Chief Justice John Marshall presided over nine presidential inaugurations .The John Marshall House requests the Honor of Your Presence and Participation in the 1801 inauguration of Thomas Jefferson by Chief Justice John Marshall on Friday, January sixteenth at eleven-thirty a.m at the historic John Marshall House, 818 East Marshall Street for the re-enactment of the famous Inauguration of 1801 featuring Mark Greenough as the Great Chief Justice, John Marshall, and Bill Barker as President Elect Thomas Jefferson. On street parking available on Ninth and Marshall Streets.
Refreshments at the conclusion of the ceremony.Open to the public, donation suggested.
For more information, telephone (804) 648-7998 or e-mail Jennifer Hurst at email@example.com
This program was made possible by APVA Preservation Virginia.
Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society
Sat Jan 17 4:00 pm
Lower floor of Leigh Street Church (517 North 25th Street)