“Paris in Words and Music” This Saturday

CMSCVA (Chamber Music Society of Central Virginia) partners with the Richmond Public Library to present “Paris in Words and Music” an informal event combining poetry, prose and music from composers and writers inspired by Paris, the “City of Light.”

What: “Paris in Words and Music”
When: Saturday, April 22, 2:00pm
Where: Richmond Main Public Library, 101 E. Franklin Street
Tickets: Free

“Equal Means Equal” At The Main Library Thursday

From the Facebook event page:

Thursday, March 9 at 5:30 PM – 8 PM
Richmond Public Library

Women-Matter & ALO Community Strategy Requests YOUR PRESENCE @ THIS Women’s History Month FREE Screening Of The Award Winning Film “Equal Means Equal”.


“EQUAL MEANS EQUAL” is an unflinching look at how women are treated in the United States today.

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

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.

Bicycling Meeting On Tuesday At Main Library

From announcement:

BIKE + WALK PUBLIC MEETING When: Tuesday, November 22, 2016 Where: Main Library, 101 E Franklin Street Time: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. The Department of Public Works is seeking your feedback on the design of bicycle infrastructure along 10 corridors across the City, totaling 25 miles, to implement the vision and goals of the City’s Bicycle Master Plan. Join us to ask questions and get up-to-date information on the proposed recommendations and typical roadway sections for the following important corridors. Your feedback is encouraged! S 17th Street (from the Capital Trail to the Farmer’s Market) Brook Road (from Charity to Azalea) Franklin Street (from Laurel to 9th) Government Road (from 36th to Williamsburg) Grayland Avenue (from Robinson to Harrison) Malvern Avenue (from Cary to Cutshaw) Patterson Avenue (from Commonwealth to Thompson) Semmes Avenue (from Forest Hill to Cowardin) Westover Hills Boulevard (from Forest Hill to Nickel Bridge) Williamsburg Avenue/Road (from Main Street to Government Road) For more information, contact Jakob Helmboldt at (804) 646-7141 or jakob.helmboldt@richmondgov.com
Location: 101 E Franklin Street