An Afternoon with Eliza Poe; Church Hill Central Civic Association; Church Hill Association; Nathaniel Bacon Civic Association; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Veggie Bus; Beginner’s Yoga; Union Hill Civic Association; Whitcomb Court Tenant Council; Church Hill North Civic Association; Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society; Church Hill Irish Festival; Libby Hill Park Mulch Day; Anniversary Reenactment; Church Hill Irish Festival; MORE…
An Afternoon with Eliza Poe
Sat Mar 13 2:00 pm
MINDS WIDE OPEN: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts is the first statewide celebration of its kind. Between March and June of 2010, thousands of special events will occur to honor contributions by women to arts and culture. Any individual or group can participate by presenting at least one public program focused on women.
St. John’s Church’s cemetery is the final resting place of Elizabeth Arnold Poe, Edgar Allan Poe’s birth mother and an accomplished stage actress in her day. Eliza was known for her theatrical versatility, her comedic skill, and her beautiful singing voice. She was twenty-four when she passed away in Richmond in 1811, and at the time of her death she was on her way to achieving national stardom. Eliza Poe will tell about her tragically short life story and perform selections from her vast repertoire.
Cost is $6.00 for adults; $5.00 for seniors; $4.00 for ages 7-18; free for under 7. Please call 804.648.5015 or email email@example.com for more information.
Church Hill Central Civic Association
Mon Mar 15 7:00 pm
Every third Monday of each month @ The Robinson Theater (2903 Q Street)
Church Hill Association
Tue Mar 16 7:00 pm
Every 3rd Tues at St.Johns
Nathaniel Bacon Civic Association
Tue Mar 16 5:30 pm
3rd Tues at Nathaniel Bacon
Open Mic @ Poe’s
Tue Mar 16 8:15 pm
Weekly Open Mic every Tuesday at Poe’s Pub, hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up at 8:15, music at 9PM
Tue Mar 16 10:00 am / Wed Mar 17 11:00 am
The veggie bus will be parked at 25th and Broad on Tuesdays from 10AM untill 2:30PM and then the NRC on Williamsburg Road in Fulton from 3PM until 6PM, and on Wednesdays at 25th and Broad again from 11am till 7pm starting Jan 6th. We will always be at Libby Hill Park each Thursday from 4-6pm for our CSA drop off. We have collards kale creasy greens apples potatoes winter squash sausage BBQ chicken eggs milk cheese butter yogurt cider maple syrup apple butterand more so come support local farmers and get healthy goods, too. You can always call us at (540)872-6528 if you have questions or want to find us. Follow us on facebook or check out our web site http://farmtofamilyonline.com
Wed Mar 17 7:00 pm
@ Neighborhood Resource Center – 1519 Williamsburg Road – Relax, renew and do something great for the community! All proceeds benefit the Neighborhood Resource Center. Suggested $10 donation. Call (804)864-5797 or visit www.nrccafe.org for more information.
Union Hill Civic Association
Wed Mar 17 7:00 pm
Every 3rd Wednesday
This month the UHCA meets at Church Hill Photography at 24th & Jefferson
Whitcomb Court Tenant Council
Wed Mar 17 5:30 pm
Every 3rd Wed at Whitcomb Court Rec Center
Church Hill North Civic Association
Thu Mar 18 7:00 pm
Meets every 3rd Thursday of the month through December 2010 at East District Center (701 N. 25th) 7-9 pm 1st Floor conference room. Contact Laura Daab at 649-1913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society
Sat Mar 20 4:00 pm
Lower floor of Leigh Street Church (517 North 25th Street)
Church Hill Irish Festival
Sat Mar 20 10:00 am / Sun Mar 21 10:00 am
@25th and Broad Streets – The festival will begin Saturday at 10AM with a walking parade to include traditional Irish music and dancing. The celebration will continue with a street festival in front of St. Patrick’s Church on North 25th Street between Broad and Franklin Streets.
Libby Hill Park Mulch Day
Sat Mar 20 9:00 am
Friends of Libby Hill Park and Church Hill Planters invite everyone to help spread mulch! Come for an hour or all morning, then take a break with free coffee, delicious soups, sandwiches, and cookies.
Sun Mar 21 1:00 pm
Join us for the 235th anniversary of reenactment of the Second Virginia Convention of March 1775. In the presence of Washington, Jefferson, and other notable Virginians, Patrick Henry delivered his passionate call for liberty, uttering the immortal words, “Give me liberty or give me death!” Free and open to the public. Please call 804-648-5015 for more information.