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Art Abounds at the 43rd Street Festival of Arts

Saturday, September 14th starting at 10 AM you’ll be able to get locally made art, crafts, and more in Forest Hill.

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For the 28th year the 43rd Street Festival of the Arts takes over a few blocks of Woodland Heights. To be percise you’ll find these artists on 43rd and Springhill Avenue. From street art to fine art, the 28th annual 43rd Street Festival of the Arts has something for everyone. Local and regional artisans show and sell their fine work. This is a juried RVA neighborhood art festival with music and food as well as a fundraiser for CARITAS.

It all kicks off on Saturday, September 14th, 2019. 10-5pm and is free to the public but they’ll be taking donations for Caritas.

The 43rd Street Festival of Arts Facebook page has some examples from the artists you can expect to find on Saturday include these awesome birdhouses by Clifford Earl and Ginger Reuling.



 

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Virginia Business Reporting that the Bally’s Casino No Longer in the Running

There are only two casino options now on the table.

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Caught this news this morning on Virginia Business:

The city of Richmond has cut the $650 million Bally’s casino proposal from consideration, leaving two competitors, the mayor’s office announced Wednesday morning.

The Live! Casino & Hotel proposal by The Cordish Cos. and ONE Casino and Resort, proposed by Radio One Inc., are the only two options now being considered by an evaluation panel named by the city.

“We appreciate Bally’s interest to develop a resort casino project in Richmond,” Leonard Sledge, director of the city’s Department of Economic Development, said in a statement.  “The evaluation panel is no longer considering the Bally’s project or the Parkway Crossings site for a resort casino due to concerns about site access, environmental factors and required approvals from non-city entities that may not be granted or extend the project timeline. We also appreciate the many Richmond citizens who have shared their thoughts throughout this process.”

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Herbs Galore & More at Maymont

Get your tickets now for Herbs Galore & More to be held Saturday, April 24, 8am-3pm.

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Spring is in the air and it’s time to get plants into the dirt. Herbs Galore & More is a great spot kickstart your garden and/or yard.

Put on your gardening shoes, grab your little red wagon and come out to the Marketplace on the Lawn for everyone’s favorite plant sale! The event will feature extra space between vendors, wide aisles and a spacious layout for a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all guests.

$7 per person/free for members and children ages 12 and under.
Please purchase your tickets in advance.
Get Your Tickets and More Info Here

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Artisan Market at Eat 66 this Saturday

An out-door, open-air market with live music, wine tasting, local farmers, artisans selling handmade home décor, art, jewelry, apparel, and more.

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Spotted on the Eat 66 Facebook

JOIN US ON SATURDAYS for our Artisan Market at one of Forest Hill’s Favorite Neighborhood Brunch Spots, Eat 66! Great Brunch, Live Music, Wine Tasting, and Local Farmers & Artisans selling handmade home décor, art, jewelry, apparel, and more! We are an out-door, open-air market. Social distancing will be monitored at all times and All COVID-19 regulations and rules will be enforced and followed. MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Come out to safely support our community and shop small! Pet friendly!

VENDORS APPLY HERE: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSf8qHISFqd…/viewform…

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