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Marcus King Trio on Sept 11 at City Stadium Parking Lot

Broadberry announced a new social distance concert on September 11th. Tickets go on sale September 7th.

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Here’s all you need to know about seeing the show.

MARCUS KING TRIO (DRIVE-IN CONCERT!)
Enjoy the show from your lawn chair adjacent to your car!

Sept 11 at City Stadium Parking Lot (Behind Carytown)

TIMES: Lot Opens at 8:30pm: Show Starts at 9:15pm

TICKETS: $129.95 – $199.95
One Ticket = One Vehicle (Capped at 4 persons per car)

ON SALE: Friday August 7 at 12pm
https://bit.ly/mkwebticket

SAFETY REGULATIONS:
In order to provide the safest and best Drive-In Concert Experience, we require each participant to observe the following rules:

If you are sick, running a fever or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home until you are healthy.

For the safety of yourself and others, vehicles are limited to 4 persons per car, including children.

Tickets can be purchased online only, there will be no box office onsite.

All attendees must arrive within a vehicle that is two axles. No campers, buses, or extremely large vehicles will be admitted. No vehicles towing trailers will be admitted. Jeeps without doors and convertibles with tops down are permitted.

Roll your windows all the way up for contactless ticketing when you enter the parking lot.

Once parked, concertgoers are invited to sit in lawn chairs or on picnic blankets in designated areas directly adjacent to their vehicles. No tents, canopies, pop-up tents, or large beach umbrellas permitted. Sitting in the bed of pickup trucks will be permitted.

Do not leave the designated area around your vehicle except to use the restroom. When using the restroom, please wear a mask.

Portable toilets will be available on site. Strict guidelines will be provided to ensure safety and cleanliness. Sanitizer will be available for use.

Absolutely no standing outside of the venue or gatherings on the sidewalks of the venue will be allowed and will be enforced by security.

Emergency communication options will be provided upon arrival to the concert.

Food can be brought from home and eaten in your vehicle. Please only dispose of trash in proper receptacles or bring all trash back home. Please don’t litter!

At the conclusion of the concert, please remain in your parking space until directed by event staff to exit the lot. Drive slowly and follow all directions.

Arrive early! Parking in each section is first come, first served.

Absolutely no alcohol, illegal substances, illicit goods, fireworks, weapons, guns, knives or laser pointers will be permitted at the event or inside your vehicle and violators will be held accountable and prosecuted by state and federal law.

No pets are allowed.

Drivers caught concealing other persons or items in their vehicle will be turned away or asked to leave without a refund. All vehicles subject to search.

No refund requests or ticket transfers will be granted. This event is rain or shine.

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Virtual Carter Jones/Fonticello Playground Meeting – Kids Encouraged to Attend

Parks, Recreations, and Community Facilities (PRCF) Department will be meeting virtually with community members to discuss possible replacement designs of the playground equipment in Carter Jones/Fonticello Park.

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Chris Schwartz from the City of Richmond’s Parks, Recreations, and Community Facilities (PRCF) Department will be meeting virtually with community members to discuss and review possible replacement designs of the playground equipment in Carter Jones/Fonticello Park.

The equipment was removed due safety concerns after being vandalized late last year. The replacement equipment once selected and funded will be moved to the New Master plan location to start the Markiya Simone Dickson Imagination Zone. The park master plans will be posted in the comments of the event link.

We are encouraging KIDS ages 5-12 to attend this meeting. Chris says he always gets the best playground feedback from them.

When: Saturday, January 23, 2021 – 10am
Topic: Carter Jones / Fonticello Playground Meeting

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81796890700…
Passcode: 318020

Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +16465588656,,81796890700#,,,,*318020#
Or Telephone:
US: +1 646 558 8656
Webinar ID: 817 9689 0700
Passcode: 318020

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Bookbinder’s Brings you Mac & Cheese on Another Level with BIGWIFE’S Pop-Up

This isn’t your typical mom’s mac & cheese. If your mom makes mac & cheese like this we would like to be adopted.

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Old Original Bookbinder’s Seafood & Steakhouse has launched a new experimental pop-up concept focusing exclusively on macaroni and cheese. BIGWIFE’S Mac & Cheese is operating for delivery and carryout from the Bookbinder’s kitchen.

The inventive menu includes creative spins like Buffalo Mac with spicy chicken and gorgonzola cheese; Little Figgy Mac with goat cheese, ham and fig; Mac Lorraine with bacon, scallions, and gruyere; and Greek Wedding Mac with tomato, olive, artichokes, pepperoncini and feta. Any mac can be made gluten free.

Orders can be placed at https://www.bigwifesmac.com/ and via Grubhub. BIGWIFE’S is open Monday through Thursday from 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Old Original Bookbinder’s is located at 2306 E Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23223.

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Councilperson Kristen Larson’s Statement on Full Traffic Signal at Huguenot and Cherokee

Between 2015 and 2018, there were 26 vehicle crashes at the Huguenot and Cherokee intersection.

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Statement from Councilperson Kristen Larson:

Dear 4th District Neighbors:

I am writing to update you on the proposed full traffic signal at the intersection of Huguenot and Cherokee Roads. More than a year ago, on August 19, 2019, I hosted a meeting at the Huguenot Community Center to discuss the Department of Public Works’ (DPW) proposal for the signal. Travis Bridewell, the City’s Traffic Engineering Operations Manager, presented the proposal along with crash data justifying DPW’s support of the project. Between 2015 and 2018, there were 26 vehicle crashes at the Huguenot and Cherokee intersection. Since that meeting, our office has heard from many of you with safety concerns from drivers and bicyclists who pass through this well-trafficked area.

I realize that there are a number of residents who are concerned that the installation of a full traffic signal at this intersection might increase traffic volume and speeds along Cherokee Road. Fortunately, DPW will be installing 2 speed tables on Cherokee Road this spring which will help to slow and deter traffic. This was an option that was discussed at the meeting in 2019.

Based on the traffic crash data and the community feedback I have received over the past year, I am in full support of the Huguenot/Cherokee full traffic signal which will include ADA ramps, pedestrian countdown signals, and ladder crosswalks. The project is not currently funded, but I have expressed my support for it in forthcoming budgets.

Please feel free to email comments or questions to [email protected] or call (804) 646-5646.

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