Kilowatt Ours @ NRC; Clean up the Hill; celebrate Edgar Allen Poe’s 200th birthday; get involved on MLK Day; Beginning Computer Classes for Adults; Church Hill Association meeting; Open Mic @ Honey Whyte’s; Union Hill Civic Association meeting; FREE Renovation Lending Workshop; Tricycle Garden Benefit @ Eric Schindler Gallery; MORE…
Kilowatt Ours @ NRC
Sun Jan 18 5:00 pm
A showing of the movie “Kilowatt Ours” and energy efficiency workshop on Sunday January 18 at 5:00 PM at the Neighborhood Resource Center 1624 Williamsburg Road (804)864-5797.
Clean up the Hill
Mon Jan 19 1:00 pm
Meet at 2514 East Franklin Street. Find out more: http://tinyurl.com/8mxd7m
Erin O’Toole-Lyon 804.317.2792
celebrate Edgar Allen Poe’s 200th birthday
Mon Jan 19 6:45 pm
Celebrate Edgar Allen Poe’s 200th birthday with a Mournful Walk and a few Warming Hours at the Poe Museum. The Mournful Walk begins at 6:45PM at the grave of Eliza Poe in St. John’s Cemetery, and then goes to the Elmira Shelton House, down the hill for a view and history of the tragedy at the Monumental Church, past the Craig House, and ends at the Poe Museum at 8PM.
For those not up for the Mournful Walk, they can go directly to the Poe Museum, doors open at 7:45PM, for the museum portion of the program. Cost is but $15 per person, which includes the costumed performances, a candle, museum entrance, a presentation of The Tell-Tale Heart, and coffee/tea/desserts at the Poe. There will stronger spirits available at an optional cash bar that features a wine of Amontillado.
For more information, contact Kappy at the Poe Museum at 804.648.5523 or email@example.com
get involved on MLK Day
Mon Jan 19
Hands On Greater Richmond is working to make MLK Day a “Day On” instead of a day off. http://tinyurl.com/8qv6mj
Beginning Computer Classes for Adults
Tue Jan 20 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)
Church Hill Association meeting
Tue Jan 20 7:00 pm
every 3rd Tuesday
The next Church Hill Association meeting will be held on 20 January 2009 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Saint John’s Parish Hall. A feature of the meeting will be a presentation by Highwood Properties updating information on the changes, alterations and other aspects of the proposed baseball stadium in the Bottom.
Open Mic @ Honey Whyte’s
Wed Jan 21 8:15 pm
Weekly Open Mic every Wednesday at Honey Whyte’s (2116 East Main St), hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up at 8:15, music at 9PM
Union Hill Civic Association meeting
Wed Jan 21 7:00 pm
The Union Hill Civic Association will meet on Wednesday, January 21 at 7:00 p.m. at Cedar Street Baptist Church of God (2301 Cedar Street). Please plan to attend, as we will be receiving a presentation from representatives of Highwoods Properties, the developers of the proposed baseball stadium in Shockoe Bottom. Residents of Union Hill have a particular interest in the proposed development, given our proximity. We know that Community Development, City Council and others will look to our civic association for input on this project, therefore, it is important that we gather all the facts and deliberate as a community. To that end, please attend this meeting and come prepared with questions.
FREE Renovation Lending Workshop
Sat Jan 24 9:00 am
Learn the ins and outs of funding a successful renovation
Host: Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods
Start Time: Saturday, January 24 at 9:00am
End Time: Saturday, January 24 at 12:00pm
Where: St. John’s Church Parish Hall
To see more details and RSVP, follow the link below:
Tricycle Garden Benefit @ Eric Schindler Gallery
Sat Jan 24 7:00 pm