Archive for Ross Catrow
This Thursday, May 16, First Things First of Greater Richmond presents ‘All Pro Dad’ at the Partnership for Families Northside, 800 W. Graham Road. Dads and their pre-K through elementary-aged kids will have the opportunity to bond over a free dinner, fun program, and the opportunity to win a gift card!
The Ginter Park Residents Association has announced the homes and gardens for its annual Home and Garden Tour on Saturday, May 11th, 2013, from 11am – 5pm. Seven Gardens and three homes will be open to the public. This year’s theme of “A Ride Through Time” encourages attendees to ride their bicycles to the tour […]
The City’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities will celebrate National Photography Month in May with an exhibit at its Pine Camp Cultural Arts and Community Center featuring the photographs of Louis Draper. The exhibit, titled “Louis Draper, Master Photographer,” opens on Friday, May 10 with a public reception from 6 p.m. to 8 […]
In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Week, Richmond Public Schools’ 6th District School Board Representative Shonda Harris-Muhammed will host a district-wide Teacher Appreciation Dance on Friday, May 10, 2013 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM at John Marshall High School, located at 4225 Old Brook Road.
If you missed the Lakeside gateway sign unveiling last week at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, you have another chance! On Tuesday, April 30 at 5:30 PM, the second sign will unveiled on the other end of Lakeside Avenue, near the Henrico-Richmond line at Bryan Park Avenue. All are invited to join the Lakeside community and […]
This may impact your commute to and from work! Watch out! There will be intermittent lane closure in the aforementioned areas to allow for installation of speed cushions. The following areas will be impacted by the closures: Ladies Mile Road between Noble Avenue and Moss Side Avenue Ladies Mile road between Montrose Avenue and Edgewood […]
Meeting tonight about new Highland Park Elementary, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math School
Councilwoman Ellen F. Robertson to hold emergency meeting tonight regarding funding for a New Highland Park Elementary, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) School and Community Center