Joshua Griffin on Some of the damage from last night
Michael Brap on Some of the damage from last night
Boz Boschen on Sidewalk near Chimborazo Playground
Dana Bagby on Sidewalk near Chimborazo Playground
Church Hill People's News on Sidewalk near Chimborazo Playground
Church Hill People's News on Sidewalk near Chimborazo Playground
Church Hill People's News on Sidewalk near Chimborazo Playground

This week’s calendar

04/13/2013 6:59 AM by

Learn How to Compost; Wine Shop Saturdays @ Dutch & Company; Free African Dance class; Free Tae Kwon Do class; Church Hill Association; Nathaniel Bacon Civic Association; PSG: Transportation Transformations for Richmond; Union Hill Civic Association; Whitcomb Court Tenant Council; Tricycle Gardens Four Season Farm Stand; 20th Earth Day Richmond @ 17th Street Farmer’s Market; LIVE @ the Warehouse; MORE…

Learn How to Compost

Sat Apr 13 10:00 am
Come learn nature’s way of recycling. Join Tricycle Gardens for a hands-on workshop teaching the basic methods of both backyard and worm composting! You can leave the workshop with a worm composting system! Tricycle Gardens / 2107 Jefferson Ave / Cost: $30-$60 / MORE:

Wine Shop Saturdays @ Dutch & Company

Sat Apr 13 12:00 pm
Every Saturday, offering Church Hill an opportunity to taste and purchase wine at retail prices. Themes, format, and focus will change weekly.

Free African Dance class

Mon Apr 15 !6:00 pm
In the Spring on Monday’s the Robinson Theater will be hosting an African dance class weekly

Free Tae Kwon Do class

Mon Apr 15 !6:00 pm
The Robinson Theater will be bringing Tae Kwon Do back for the spring session on Wednesday’s. I hope you can come

Church Hill Association

Tue Apr 16 7:00 pm
Meets every 3rd Tuesday at St.John’s

Nathaniel Bacon Civic Association

Tue Apr 16 5:30 pm
3rd Tues at Nathaniel Bacon

PSG: Transportation Transformations for Richmond

Tue Apr 16 5:30 pm
SAVE THE DATE for the first of PSG’s 2013 Forum and Events Program! The theme for 2013 is Transportation Transformations for a Competitive and Sustainable Future. We are kicking off the series on April 16 with Jeffrey Tumlin of Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates, the author of the newly-published book, Sustainable Transportation Planning: Tools for Creating Vibrant, Healthy, and Resilient Communities.

What: Transportation Transformations for Richmond
Where: Main Street Station Richmond, VA
When: April 16, 2013 5:30-7:30pm

Registration and refreshments: 5:30
Program starts at 6:00

Register Here:

Parking trouble in the Fan? Wondering how there can be so many parking garages downtown but you can never find a space? Wondering why our bus service isn’t working and dreaming of modern rapid transit? Want to turn our strip corridors into beautiful boulevards? Jeffrey is the expert you will want to hear. He will offer a range of creative ideas and examples applicable to Richmond’s needs. We’ll have a robust question and answer period following his presentation; Jeffrey will also be available to sign books.

Union Hill Civic Association

Wed Apr 17 7:00 pm
Every 3rd Wednesday

Whitcomb Court Tenant Council

Wed Apr 17 5:30 pm
Every 3rd Wed at Whitcomb Court Rec Center

Tricycle Gardens Four Season Farm Stand

Thu Apr 18 4:00 pm
A rotating variety of locally grown seasonal produce and sustainability products (rain barrels, worm bins, etc). Every Thursday at 2107 Jefferson Avenue. MORE:

20th Earth Day Richmond @ 17th Street Farmer’s Market

Sat Apr 20 11:00 am
Celebrate the 20th Earth Day event Enrichmond has delivered to RIchmond! Our new location in historic 17th Street Farmer’s Market will undoubtably be the best ever. Come enjoy local food, produce, community garden classes, kids zone & activities, local bands, craft beer, and food, home energy efficiency experts, electronic recycling, and one of the largest array of bike activities in the City! With over 8,000 expected you wont want to miss this fun and educational event.

LIVE @ the Warehouse

Sun Apr 21 6:00 pm
Muse Creative Workspace is hosting a subscription concert series “LIVE @ the Warehouse” in support of music education and Jazz preservation within the Richmond area. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Jazz Mentor’s Project, a community outreach initiative that connects young musicians ages 8-18 with skilled professionals. We encourage you to support this initiative as it serves to improve the fabric of our Richmond community and provide opportunity for our youth! Good music for a GREAT cause! Concert Dates: 12/21/12 01/18/13 02/15/13 03/15/13 04/19/13 05/17/13 06/21/13



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