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Art Exhibits @ Main
Art Exhibits @ Main

Exhibits by Rob Courtney, Robert Hunter and Debra Curtis will be on display through June 3

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Events for Saturday, November 16, 2013

East End
10:00 A.M.
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)678-9221.

Ginter Park
3 p.m.
Before the Stress Begins


Hull Street
1:00 PM
Children's Movie Day
Join us for children's movie day! This month's showing is "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving."

Main
10am-3pm
Master Weaver Kwasi Asare-Postponed
In celebration of Ghanaian Culture Day, Master Weaver Kwasi Asare will be artist in residence at the Main Library. Come and see samples of Kente cloth, learn from the Master Weaver as he gives a weaving demo and class and learn how weaving in intergrated into the daily lives of the Ghananian Culture. Genealogy, music, food, art and more for the whole family.

Main
3-5pm
Until the Well Runs Dry- Documentary/Discussion
Join us for a showing of Shawn Utsey's documentary on medicine and the exploitation of blacks followed by a duscussion with Dr. Utsey.

Main
10-12noon
African American Genealogy Workshop
The Black History Museum and RPL host the Greater Richmond Virginia Chapter of the Afro-American Historical Genealogical Society, Inc.

Main
1-3 pm
YA Recyclable Craft Mafia
Hey Crafty Teens! Join us as we make stuff for the Second Annual Craft Sale for December. Location: Children’s Program Room

Main
10 am - 3 pm
Master Weaver Kwasi Asare
Master Weaver Kwasi Asare will be artist in residence at the Main library. Come and see samples of kente cloth, learn from the Master Weaver as he gives a weaving demo and class and learn how weaving is integrated into the daily lives of the Ghanaian Culture. Genealogy, music, food, art and more for the whole family.

North Avenue
2pm
Teen Movie Matinee @ North Avenue
Brother Bear. A young Inuit hunter needlessly kills a bear and is magically changed into a bear himself. As he learns a lesson he is guided by a talkative bear cub. Rated G; 85 min.

North Avenue
10am-2pm
International Game Day @ North Avenue
Join us at North Avenue as we participate with other libraries across the country for the 6th annual celebration of gaming in libraries. We will offer special gaming programs suitable for the whole family, including a zone dedicated to teen computer gaming. Chess and favorite board games for all ages will also be available to play. Special senior aerobics on Wii will run from 10-11am.



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