Archive for “Wingnut”
The Wingnut Anarchist Collective will be hosting an unofficial SMART Recovery meeting on Wednesday December 5th at 7:30 pm.
Via the Wingnut. If you’re interested in getting involved in the newly-resurrected Barton heights Neighborhood Association the next meeting is September 11th, 6:30 PM at a location to be determined.
A Really Really Free Market (RRFM) is a community gathering where participants bring and give away absolutely free andy usuable items, skills, ideas, talents, friendship, excitement, discussion, games, and many other things that we as a community can come together and share. A RRFM is a 100% free and non-commercial event, creating a gift economy […]
The Wingnut is starting a second Food Not Bombs program to compliment the existing feeding program in Monroe Park–which has been in operation for 18 years! While the Monroe Park program includes both a prepared meal and grocery distribution, the Southern Barton Heights program will feature only grocery distribution. We will put out produce on […]
Every second Saturday the Wingnut Anarchist Collective, in partnership with the Central Virginia Food Bank, holds the Southern Barton Heights mobile food pantry. According to their website, in March they distributed food to 225 adults, 156 children, and 43 children. That’s a lot of people! They are always looking for volunteers, so if it sounds […]
This Saturday (February 4th) Books on Wheel will be at the Wingnut providing free books and bicycle repair. In 2011 Books on Wheels distributed over 7,000 books to Richmond organizations. That’s a lot of books.
The Wingnuts are hosting a more grown up version of a community meal & movie, and January’s edition features Die Hard–which is one of my favorite movies of all time. We are starting a community meal/movie showing/hang out session that will happen on Monday nights, once a month.At 7pm we will start a movie, which […]
This Saturday (March 5th) at 4pm the Wingnut is hosting a knitting event! Knitters of all experience levels — even complete novices — are welcome.
Earlier this week the Richmond Police Department sued Mo Karn to retrieve documents she had previously received via a FOIA request. The RTD reports: The city of Richmond is ending its legal quest to recover police documents turned over to an anarchist group, which posted them on its website. Police Chief Bryan T. Norwood said […]