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Children who live in the city, between the ages of 5 and 14, and are not beyond eighth grade in school, can register to play football or become a cheerleader this fall with Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities. Registration cost just $25 per child and will take place between 10:00 AM and [...]
The Anthem Moonlight Ride takes a couple thousand bikers, pizza, ice cream, costumes, beer (after the biking), and THE MOON and combines them all together into one crazy event. If you’ve ever wanted to ride around the City (and the Northside) at night with a bunch of your fellow man, this is for you. Registration [...]
If you happen to venture over to Bryan Park this weekend, prepare yourself for TONS OF SOCCER. The Jefferson Cup, which is one of American’s premier youth soccer tournaments, will be hosting several games in Bryan Park this weekend and next. Games will run throughout most of the day, so plan accordingly.
This weekend is the 17th annual Freedom Classic which pits Virginia Union against Virginia State in a classic basketball rivalry game. The game, always on the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, is preceded by all kinds of sweet events like Gospel Choir Showcase, Drumline Competition and the Freedom of Expression Art Expose that [...]
Linwood Holton is hosting its 11th annual all-ages run/walk 5k on March 5th. There’s a 250$ prize for male/female race winners as well as a 100$ prize for male/female RPS teacher winners. Registration starts at 17$ and can be done online. Also available for Pre-K — 8th graders is the Holton Hustle: a one mile [...]
Lots of stuff going on this weekend! West of the Boulevard News has a post up about this weekend’s Youth Football Championships at City Stadium. The 1:30pm game features the Battery Park Vikings in the ten and under division. Go out and support your Vikings!