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Richmond Cider Celebration

What: Richmond Cider Celebration
When: November 10th from 11a to 4p
Where: 100 N. 17th St, Richmond, VA (Shockoe Bottom)
How Much: $30/person

Ticket includes a VA Cider Week canvas bag, a Richmond Cider Celebration glass, and 10 drink tickets. Additional drink tickets will be available for purchase at the event.

Enrichmond Press Release:

Join the Enrichmond Foundation on Saturday, November 10th from 11am – 4pm for the 6th Annual Richmond Cider Celebration! The event will take place between 17th St and Franklin St. in Shockoe Bottom.

The Richmond Cider Celebration brings together cider makers and cider lovers from across Virginia in one location! It is the first of a week full of activities at Virginia cideries for Virginia Cider Week, November 9 – 18.

Cider Celebration features over 10 Virginia cideries and their representatives, as well as local food and artisan vendors. Tastings and full pours are available. Attendees can learn even more about their favorite ciders through educational and tasting workshops, led by the cider makers themselves. Participating cideries include: Blue Bee Cider, Buskey Cider, Albemarle Ciderworks, Courthouse Creek Cider, and Bold Rock.

Get your tickets today! A ticket to the Richmond Cider Celebration includes a VA Cider Week canvas bag, a Richmond Cider Celebration glass, and 10 drink tickets. Additional drink tickets will be available for purchase at the event.

Purchase Your Ticket Here

For more details on this year’s festival or vendor information, please contact events@enrichmond.org or visit the Enrichmond Foundation Website HERE.

Additional information:

This event is rain or shine. Your four-legged friends are welcome – they must be socialized and leashed. You can find parking tips here: https://enrichmond.org/17th-street-market/parking-map/. Local band, Exebelle, will be jamming out with us all day! Please note: attendees under 21 may enter the event for free.

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4 comments

Dubois2 11/04/2018 at 9:09 AM

I am not comfortable with Broderick’s lack of relevant resume, and oddly evangelical language about talking to people, coupled with a real lack of policy change ideas, except for a desire for more money.

Burke was principal at, sad to say, a consistently underperforming school for a long time. Far as I could see, she did NOT make it better. Being a “natural teacher” is a gift, and I honor those who are, but it plus a total lack of platform for change means I would love to see her in the classroom, not on the board.

I kind of like Robertson; he sounds like he has a couple ideas, and I don’t think he’s the “inside the tent” candidate. (That would be Burke, right?) still, it’s the one race I can’t say I feel totally informed on. Can y’all help?

CHPN, please feel free to move this post to a separate thread in which you do, (or don’t?) endorse Broderick, given that I haven’t seen anything from Burke or Robertson here. Just saying, I know there aren’t enough hours in the day, but we vote Tuesday, and I’ll be working, not reading, tomorrow. Thanks!

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Gustavo 11/04/2018 at 10:13 AM

It’s coming! Due to several delays we just met with Ms. Burke and Mr. Robertson friday and Saturday respectively. We should have them done as soon as we can. If it’s cool, I’ll even email them to you directly.

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Dubois2 11/04/2018 at 4:31 PM

You bet, thanks for doing!

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crd 11/04/2018 at 7:29 PM

@1 I already voted and my ballot went to Bryce Robertson. I like him a lot, friend said he was the only one of the candidates who showed up at the MLK Jr. Middle School fall festival, he’s smart and can think on his feet. I agree with you, we need change!

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