New Belgium Tap Takeover at Mojo’s on Thursday

This Thursday, starting at 8 pm, is New Belgium Tap Takeover at Mojo’s (corner of S. Laurel and W. Cary).

From the FaceBook event page:

It’s finally Tap Takeover time again at Mojo’s! This month we have New Belgium taking over our taps Thursday January 26th starting at 8pm after Happy Hour. Come through. Free New Belgium pint glass while supplies last.

Beer selection includes:
1554 black lager 5.6%
Tartastic lemon ginger sour 4.5%
Voo Doo Ranger IPA 7%
Lips of Faith Clutch colab. 9.5%
Dayblazer blonde ale 4.8%

Richmond Music Teachers Concert Today At Main Library

A concert by the members of the Richmond Music Teachers Association will be held today in the Gellman Room of the Main branch of the Richmond Public Library at 2 pm.

This is also a good excuse to check out the art exhibited at the Main branch:

GELLMAN ROOM: “Bringing the AT to RVA” – photographs by CHERYL HADRYCH
DOOLEY FOYER: “A Glimpse of Happiness” – new works by TITUS MARQUES
DOOLEY HALL: “From This Earth” – black and white gelatin silver prints by REBECCA TAYLOR
2ND FLOOR GALLERY: “Paintings of Trains and Nature” by CHRISTOPHER C. ALEXANDER, IV

New Transit Plan Meeting Tomorrow At Main Library And DMV

The planners working on the Richmond Transit Network Plan have released their Draft Recommended Network. This is your first look at what the future of Richmond’s public transportation system will look like.
Public meetings will be held throughout the second half of January. Each meeting will begin with a presentation followed by a question answer period and open house.
January 18th, 12:00–2:00 PM, Main Public Library (101 E. Franklin Street)
January 18th, 6:00–8:00 PM, DMV Central Office (2300 W. Broad Street)

Click here for planner’s website: http://www.richmondtransitnetwork.com
After studying the proposals, you can provide feedback and comments on the Recommended Network by taking their survey.

There’s also a quick review on the RVA Rapid Transit group’s website:
https://www.rvarapidtransit.org/blog/first-look-the-richmond-transit-network-plan

Meditation At Main Library Today

Event is at 6 pm at the Main Library, Oregon Hill’s public library.
From announcement:

Join long-time meditator Gerry Gorman tonight, for an engaging workshop teaching you practical strategies to reduce stress and crete a more healthy and positive lifestyle. For more details call: 804-646-7223.

Recycling Pickup Tomorrow

This Wednesday is a red Wednesday, which means recycling pickup. Ideally, rolling recycling containers are stored and deployed in the back alleys along with trash cans. Please make sure you pick up containers after pickup tomorrow night.

If you have not done so already, don’t forget to sign up for your Recycling Perks.
In order to take your recycling to the next level, read this: 10 ways to improve your recycling.

From recent article:

According to the results of an online survey released by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, and conducted online by Harris Poll, more than 103 million Americans older than 18 must rely on their own devices to figure out what can and cannot be recycled, information about the recycling process and other details about recycling. This total represents 44 percent of the adult population, ISRI says, with many of those surveyed saying they rely on internet searches (52 percent), information from local government sources (21 percent), family or friends (18 percent) or other sources for information on recycling.