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February 28, 2009 1:20 am by

Richmond NAACP’s Founder’s Day Breakfast; ACORN presents: The Greening of an Old House; Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle; Beginning Computer Classes for Adults; The Liberty Lecture Series welcomes Stephen Berry; History of Liberia and its Connection to Richmond; Open Mic @ Honey Whyte’s; MORE…

Richmond NAACP’s Founder’s Day Breakfast

Sat Feb 28
Cedar Street Baptist Church. Guest Speaker: Mayor Dwight C. Jones

ACORN presents: The Greening of an Old House

Sat Feb 28 9:00 am
ACORN presents another of it’s “Fix-It-Up” workshops, the first in a series on The Greening of an Old House, Saturday, February 28th,from 9AM-noon at St. John’s Church Parish Hall. Blue Crump of CityspaceConstruction and CityspaceSolar will present information about how to make your older house greener and more efficient. Cost is $15 ($10 for ACORN members) and reservations are required.
To reserve a place or to get more information, call (804) 644-5040 or send an e-mail to info@richmondneighborhoods.org.

Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle

Tue Mar 3
The Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle weekly meeting, in the Parish Center. If you have questions, please call Martha Broughton at 648-2145.

Beginning Computer Classes for Adults

Tue Mar 3 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)

The Liberty Lecture Series welcomes Stephen Berry

Wed Mar 4 11:00 am
The Liberty Lecture Series welcomes Stephen Berry, author of House of Abraham: Lincoln and the Todds, A Family Divided by War, at St. John’s Church in historic Church Hill. The lecture is free. Join Dr. Berry for lunch afterward! Reserve a $10 box lunch by February 27th. Copies of the book are available for $15.95. Call: (804) 649-0711 ext. 301 (MORE…)

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History of Liberia and its Connection to Richmond

Wed Mar 4 7:00 pm
Building on the success of the fall series, the Family Resource Center will be offering a Spring 2009 Community Course on African American Studies from 7-9PM on Wednesday evenings at the FRC (2405 Jefferson Avenue).

Mar.4 History of Liberia and its Connection to Richmond – Sister Mamusa, Prof. Sonia Banks, and LaDonne Lankster

Open Mic @ Honey Whyte’s

Wed Mar 4 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

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