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September 26, 2015 7:39 am by


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Worlds: Men’s Junior Road Circuit

Sat Sep 26 9:00 am
Map and schedule http://chpn.net/news/2015/02/27/uci-road-world-championships-maps-and-schedule-released-today_40711/

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Church Hill in the Civil War Walking Tour

Sat Sep 26 9:30 am
Church Hill has nearly always been a residential area, and that is true even during the Civil War, when Richmond became the capital of the Confederacy and all aspects of life changed. Learn about “Crazy Bet,” the Union spy, the largest hospital in the world during the Civil War at Chimborazo, and much MUCH more about this historic neighborhood.
MEET in front of St. John’s Church (2401 E. Broad Street).
MORE: http://www.richmonddiscoveries.com/publicwalkingtours.php

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NRC 10th Anniversary Celebration

Sat Sep 26 11:00 am
Located in the lot where Lehigh Cement Towers were, just on west side of Terminal Building. Stone craft beer on tap, $5.00/cup. All proceeds will benefit Neighborhood Resource Center preschool, after school and adult programs offered for Greater Fulton community. Great view of the bike races (right on the bike course), Hope to see you there MORE: https://churchhill.nextdoor.com/events/415915/

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Worlds: Women’s Elite Road Circuit

Sat Sep 26 1:00 pm
Map and schedule http://chpn.net/news/2015/02/27/uci-road-world-championships-maps-and-schedule-released-today_40711/

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Church Hill Walking Tour

Sat Sep 26 3:30 pm
Church Hill is the oldest neighborhood in Richmond. You will meander through streets lined with beautiful late 18th and 19th century architecture; see St. John’s Episcopal Church where Patrick Henry proclaimed “Give me liberty, or give me death!” in 1775; and view stunning vistas of the City of Richmond. You will also hear about the eccentric cast of characters who make up the fabric of Colonial, Federal, and antebellum Richmond.

The tour lasts approximately 1.5 – 2 hours. It meets in front of St. Johns Church on 25th& Broad St. No need to reserve a spot, just show up!

$20/adults; $15/Seniors/Students; $5 for teens (12-17);$0 for kids

MORE: http://www.richmondtourguys.com/

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Worlds: Men’s Elite Road Circuit

Sun Sep 27 9:00 am
Map and schedule http://chpn.net/news/2015/02/27/uci-road-world-championships-maps-and-schedule-released-today_40711/

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Les Boulefrogs @ Chimborazo Playground

Sun Sep 27 2:00 pm
A community organization dedicated to the proliferation of petanque. “We welcome everyone interested in learning and playing the game.” Les Boulefrogs play twice a week: Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM and Thursday evening at 6:00 PM / MORE: http://boulefrogs.com

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Party at the End of the Worlds

Sun Sep 27 2:00 pm
This Sunday, September 27, The Roosevelt will be open at 10:30 AM to sling coffee, brunch dranks, and the legendary Roosevelt brunch menu until 2:00 PM.

Here’s where it gets fun: instead of closing at 2:00 PM after brunch, we’re going to stay open with a full bar and limited menu until, like, whenever, to keep the party rolling as we celebrate the End of the Worlds here in Richmond. #richmond2015
MORE: https://www.facebook.com/135272043208065/photos/a.135644746504128.24888.135272043208065/850528888349040/?type=3&theater

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Yoga @ chimborazo

Sun Sep 27 7:00 pm
Sunday evening slow flow with august bach

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Fairfield Community Walking Club

Mon Sep 28 9:00 am
Increase your metabolism with a 1 hour walk through the community. Be inspired to create a healthier you. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Meet at the Family Resource Center 2311 N 25th Street. http://rvapromise.org/ai1ec_event/fairfield-community-walking-club/

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Zumba @ the Robinson

Mon Sep 28 5:00 pm
Church Hill Residents (7th District) are welcome to sign-up for a FREE Zumba fitness class. All you need is proof of residency to register! Once registered, feel free to attend any or ALL of our Zumba classes throughout the week. We only ask for weekly commitment to keep your spot in this popular class.

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Church Hill Rotary Club

Mon Sep 28 6:00 pm
We meet Mondays at Patrick Henry’s Pub upstairs. Happy Half 6:00, meeting at 6:30. Check us out on Facebook at The Formation of Church Hill Rotary. Come see what Rotary is all about and how we are helping our community!
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Formation-of-Church-Hill-Rotary/479272425521007?fref=ts

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Double Dutch @ the Robinson

Mon Sep 28 6:00 pm
Come out and learn some Double-Dutch jump rope with a super hip instructor! Ages 7 & up.

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Strength & Fitness @ the Robinson

Mon Sep 28 7:00 pm
Warrior fitness classes are for everyone: FREE
– all fitness levels, all ages, and all Richmonders. We mix it up, combining our routines to include relaxation, cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises.
Contact Terrica Woolridge: 476-8516 or cp3smom@gmail.com

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Church Hill Running Club (Mon&Thurs)

Mon Sep 28 7:15 pm
Neighborhood running club. Early morning and evening runs Mondays and Thursdays at Chimborazo Park.
MORE: https://www.facebook.com/CHRunningClub?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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Taekwondo @ the Robinson

Tue Sep 29 4:30 pm
Martial arts training is a great way to get in better shape, boost self-confidence, learn self-defense, and earn that black belt you’ve always wanted! Try Olympic Taekwondo at the Robinson for youth and adults!
Call 562-9133 for more information and sign-up
Walk-ins welcome

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Painting group

Tue Sep 29 6:00 pm
A free, casual painting group. Bring your own project and a snack to share. Tea and good company shall be provided. Contact Nadya at waxwinged@gmail.com for more information.

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Zumba @ the Robinson

Tue Sep 29 6:30 pm
Church Hill Residents (7th District) are welcome to sign-up for a FREE Zumba fitness class. All you need is proof of residency to register! Once registered, feel free to attend any or ALL of our Zumba classes throughout the week. We only ask for weekly commitment to keep your spot in this popular class.

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Hula Hoop @ the Robinson Theater

Tue Sep 29 7:30 pm
End your day with some FUN! Learn new tricks and get a creative work out all at the same time.
Call 562-9133 for more information or sign-up
Walk-ins welcome

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Open Mic Night @ Poe’s Pub

Tue Sep 29 8:00 pm
Join in on the weekly Open Mic Night every Tuesday. Sign-ups at 8pm the show starts at 9pm.

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Zumba @ the Robinson

Wed Sep 30 6:00 am
FREE for Church Hill/7th District Residents!
(Currently Closed to Non-Residents)
Class Requirements:
Registration–proof of residency
Weigh-in
Committed attendance to at least 1 class per week—must alert RT staff if unable to attend a full week of classes

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Pre-K Movement w/ Kelli

Wed Sep 30 4:00 pm
Bring your kiddos to this FREE interactive, energy packed 30-minute movement class especially targeted to children ages 3-5. There will be games, balls, music and more!
Partnered with Stretch-N-Grow

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Zumba @ the Robinson

Wed Sep 30 5:00 pm
Church Hill Residents (7th District) are welcomed to sign-up for a FREE Zumba fitness class. All you need is proof of residency to register! Once registered, feel free to attend any or ALL of our Zumba classes throughout the week. We only ask for a weekly commitment to keep your spot in this popular class.

*This Zumba class will emphasize weight/resistance and cardio

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Thirty-First Street Farm Stand

Thu Oct 1 4:00 pm
A rotating variety of locally grown seasonal produce from RVA’s Urban Farm and a selection of local food and beverage vendors. We accept and welcome EBT/SNAP benefits, cash, check and credit/debit. EBT/SNAP dollars will be matched $1 for $1.

11AM-1PM @ 31st Street Baptist Church, 823 North 31st Street. Enter the basement door to the right side.

MORE: http://tricyclegardens.org/farmers-market/

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NRC Farm Stand

Thu Oct 1 4:30 pm
Veggies and plants, every Thursday
MORE: http://chpn.net/news/2015/05/14/nrc-farm-stand-opens-today-in-fulton_42964/

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Taekwondo @ the Robinson

Thu Oct 1 4:30 pm
Martial arts training is a great way to get in better shape, boost self-confidence, learn self-defense, and earn that black belt you’ve always wanted! Try Olympic Taekwondo at the Robinson for youth and adults!
Call 562-9133 for more information and sign-up
Walk-ins welcome

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Les Boulefrogs @ Chimborazo Playground

Thu Oct 1 6:00 pm
A community organization dedicated to the proliferation of petanque. “We welcome everyone interested in learning and playing the game.” Les Boulefrogs play twice a week: Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM and Thursday evening at 6:00 PM / MORE: http://boulefrogs.com

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Youth Zumba @ the Robinson

Thu Oct 1 6:00 pm
FREE
Open and available for ALL Youth Ages 10-18
For more info: 562-9133 or bhart@robinsontheater.org

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Zumba @ the Robinson

Thu Oct 1 6:30 pm
Church Hill Residents (7th District) are welcome to sign-up for a FREE Zumba fitness class. All you need is proof of residency to register! Once registered, feel free to attend any or ALL of our Zumba classes throughout the week. We only ask for weekly commitment to keep your spot in this popular class.

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Grand Opening of the Virginia Capital Trail

Fri Oct 2 5:30 pm
Join us in downtown Richmond for the official ribbon cutting of the entire Virginia Capital Trail. Great Shiplock Park, 2803 Dock Street

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Armstrong @ Lee-Davis

Fri Oct 2 7:00 pm
Full schedule: http://chpn.net/news/2015/07/19/armstrong-football-kicks-off-august-29_44352/

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New Vision Civic League

Sat Oct 3 10:00 am
Live in the area bound by Carrington Street, 25th Street, Fairmount Avenue and 19th Street? Your civic association meets every 1st Saturday at the East End Library. Contact Mary Thompson at (804)648-7915 for more info.

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Open House at Central Montessori

Sat Oct 3 10:00 am
Parents as well as the general public are invited to the Central Montessori 2015 Open House. This Open House is designed to provide an opportunity for current parents (and community members) to meet and talk to teachers (in each classroom and level). It is an excellent time to ask questions and receive insight into Central’s unique programming and curriculum focus. The open house is an adult appropriate event. Central Montessori 323 N. 20th Street

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Hogtober

Sat Oct 3 12:00 pm
Richmond’s celebration of BBQ @ Libby Hill
MORE: http://chpn.net/news/tag/hogtober/


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