Events for Saturday, February 15, 2014
VHDA Homeownership Education Program
Virginia Housing Development Authority's FREE Homeownership Education Program teaches future homeowners how to prepare a spending plan, understand credit reports and credit issues, qualifying for a mortgage loan, choosing the right home and more. Participants receive a certificate upon completion of the course.
To register, please call Freda Bolling at
(804)225-0506, press 1.
Paws To R.E.A.D.
10:30 - 12:30 p.m.
Do you love dogs? Come and read to Harvey, our resident Greyhound! Parents this is a wonderful program that allows children to read aloud, increase their self-esteem, and learn about the human-animal connection. Call and schedule a time to read to Harvey or to one of his canine buddies @ 646-1236.
Vicarious Traveler's Series
Vicarious Traveler's Series is cosponsored by the Richmond Hostel. Learn about the "Best Kept Secrets: Outdoor Adventure Close to Home".
Gellman Room Concert
Joshua Allen, bass-baritone, and Dr. Marianne Kessler, pianist, perform classical music, Negro Spirituals, and folksongs.
Collective History As African Americans
Paula Royster, founder of the Center for African American Center for Genealogical Research, Inc. leads 3 classes on how the African American life experiences are "remembered" and shared. RSVP 646-7223.
Richmond Linux Users Group
Join our local LUG to learn, compare, and share Open Source software. RVALUG
Gru is recruited by the Anti-Villian League to help deal with a powerful new super criminal.
Despicable Me 2, Rated PG, 98 mins
Brenda Luke, Storyteller
Join us as nationally recognized storyteller Brenda Luke shares exciting tales celebrating the richness of our African-American heritage. All ages welcome.
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