Find something new for your personal library at this sale, which includes thousands of titles in good condition, many of which have a historical connection.
Have you always wanted to start a food-based business, but aren’t quite sure where to begin? A new series of classes hosted by local entrepreneurs Stephanie Ganz and Barb Upchurch might be just the place to start.
Participate in a bookmark contest, book swap, a party, and more at the Museum District library.
Management of the historic Carytown movie palace will hold a public ribbon cutting this evening at 6:45 PM to celebrate the installation of the first section of new seats as replacement of the entire facility’s seating continues.
As part of a national campaign, Police Chief Durham and his officers are hosting nine meetings with citizens in order to “To improve trust and build relationships – one cup of coffee at a time.”
The free event is dog-friendly of course, and will feature adoptable dogs on site from noon until 4:30 PM. There will be pet-related vendors on hand, a silent auction, face painting, pet trick and costume contests, a stein holding competition, and more.
Volunteers simply need to visit their chosen classroom and deliver a treat to the teacher three times over the course of the school year.
Playoffs are out of reach but the Kickers hope to grab another attendance record on Sunday.
Among the featured spots are Blue Bee Cider, The Dairy Bar, Vasen Brewing, and more. It’s just the latest national accolade for the fast-growing, booze-heavy neighborhood.
Among items on the agenda are the city’s new leaf and bulk trash collection policies, updates on transportation, and priorities for Richmond Public Schools.