The Friends of Forest View Cemetery meet their first funding goal and have some young goats busy at work eating vegetation. There is still much work to be done but for now, let’s just check out some very photogenic goats. The goats work for RVA Goats and if the weather holds should be there until Friday.
We’ll be posting more updates about efforts to restore the cemetery throughout the process. If you’d like to get involved hit that first link and follow the Friends of Forest View Cemetery on Facebook and certainly walk over to 4909 Bassett Avenue and say hello to the goats (read the safety precautions at the bottom of the page).
Please take time to review the following safety precautions.
Keep dogs leashed:
Please keep dogs leashed while near the goat pen and keep dogs a few feet away from the fence. This will allow the goats to work without fear or stress from barking or lunging dogs. It will also keep the dogs from getting shocked by the electric fencing.
Do not touch the fence:
Caution sign will be posted, yet children may not notice the signs, so parents should be sure that children enjoy watching the goats without touching the fence. The shock is not harmful, but it does hurt, much like a pinch or a sting – the sensation is momentary, but not pleasant.
Do not feed the goats:
Please do not feed the goats. DO NOT offer any plant material because many common landscape plants are toxic to goats.
Do not pet the goats:
Please do not try to pet the goats. These goats are friendly, however they can get their horns tangled in the fence vying for attention. It’s best to let them work.
Call if you have safety concerns:
Feel free to call RVA Goats anytime day or night at with any concern – unusual noise, concern about goat safety, etc. 804.822.0400
Patrick Henry Book Drive
Ready to clean out your kid’s bookshelves? Drop off new or gently used books at WPA Bakery!
Patrick Henry School of Science and Arts is having a book drive. Please consider donating age-appropriate books to help restock our library, as the school generously gave lots of books away to students in March 2020.
RRRC Pony Pasture 5k
Richmond Road Runners Club dedicates this annual 5K race to the memory of Dr. Peter Still.
This Saturday at 7:30 AM runners will gather to honor a friend and raise money for the RRRC Scholarship Fund.
Richmond Road Runners Club dedicates this annual 5K race to the memory of Dr. Peter Still. Peter was a scholar, gentleman, runner, and a friend to many. The proceeds of this race benefit the Richmond Road Runners Club Scholarship Fund. Each year the club has awarded $2,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. The scholarships are awarded to individuals who have and will represent the beneficial aspects of running as a healthy lifestyle. The recipients of the 2021 scholarships will be announced at the conclusion of the Pony Pasture 5K.RRRC Pony Pasture 5K, in memory of Peter Still, is a RRRC Club Championship Race for 2021.
Moto Richmond and Scoot Richmond Rolling Down the Road
I’ve never ridden on a motorcycle or scooter so never had a need to go to the shop but it will be weird to drive past their old location and not see all the lovely bikes.
BIG NEWS! Moto Richmond and Scoot RIchmond is MOVING to a new location. We’re still in Manchester thru this week, but on Tuesday July 27, you’ll find us in our new home at 6000 Midlothian Turnpike. Are you excited, because WE CERTAINLY ARE! Pardon our dust if you come by 217 W 7th this week to say your farewells, but we’re STOKED to show you the new spot.