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Parker Field by Howard Owen
Parker Field by Howard Owen

In his third Willie Black novel, Howard Owen brings back his flawed, ink-stained reporter chasing a story nobody wants. Get the background scoop on Friday, November 7 at 7 pm.

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Events for Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Belmont
3:00 p.m.
Mythbusters: Explore Archaeology with Dr. Stone
Examine clues left behind by ancient civilizations and explore a career in archaeology with this hands-on activity catered toward teens. Register at Belmont or call 646-1139.

East End
3:00 .P.M.
Movie Madness
Looking for something cool and fun to do with the family? Come join us for family-friendly movies. Refreshments will be served.

Ginter Park
1 - 4 p.m.
Teen Tech Days - Have a Volcanic BLAST!
This is a two day project where you will be building a volcano AND making it erupt! Part I - Start creating you very own paper-mache volcano. This program is open to children 10 and up.

Ginter Park
After 2 p.m. Availabilty Subject to Staffing
Computer Crisis? Check Out a Geek!
Never used a computer before and need one-on-one help to get started? Just got a handheld device and now you’re ready for e-books? Our resident computer geek will be on hand to answer all your burning questions about your new computer, smart phone, e-reader, or tablet. All skill levels are welcome to “check out” the Geek for 30 minutes. Call ahead to reserve a specific time or just drop in.

Main
6-7pm
Introduction to Meditation
Meditation with Liz Malaugh. This four-week series will demystify the practice of meditation and help you learn how to practice effectively on your own. Wednesdays in June.

Main
7pm -9pm
Girls of Summer 2014
Join us for our fourth annual Girls of Summer reading party! Free and open to the public. Refreshments, book giveaways, and a special guest author, Hannah Barnaby! Amazing books for amazing girls! Contact: (804) 646-7223 for program details http://www.girlsofsummerlist.wordpress.com/

Main
2-3:30
Living to Tell the Tale: Writing Your Memoirs
Kirsten Taranto will lead you step by step through your personal and family history in a six week writing class. Limited enrollment. Call 646-7223 for details and to register.

Main
6:30-8:30pm
RVA Game Jams
Play testing, critiquing, watching GDC vidoes and workshop.

Main
6:30-8pm
Detroit Ballroom Dance Classes
Detroit Ballroom Dancing with Jewel Barber. It's versatile- dance it freestyle, as a line dance, or with a partner. Pop up dance demos June 3rd and 5th. Classes on Wednesdays starting June 11th from 6:30-8pm.

Main
7-9pm
Girls of Summer Book Party
Richmond authors Meg Medina and Gigi Amateau present their 2014 list of books for girls of all ages with guest author Hannah Barnaby. Refreshments and giveaways.

North Avenue
1:00PM
Paranormal Activity with Spirited History
North Avenue's favorite ghost hunters are back! Learn about Richmond-area ghosts and other things that go bump in the night with the paranormal investigation team, Spirited History! This two-woman team specializes in using history to trigger otherworldly activity and will share their ghost hunting gadgets and experiences. Recommended for ages 13 and up Followed by ParaNorman; PG, 87 mins

West End
6:00 p.m.
Spark A Reaction with Controversial Non-Fiction
Join us for our Adult Summer Reading Program discussion of controversial non-fiction books. Free and open to the public, but seating is limited,so please register at the front desk or call 646-1877. Refreshments will be served.

Westover Hills
2:00 p.m.
Make a Glow-in-the-Dark Fairy Jar!
Make a fairy jar that glows in the dark! Bring a clean mayonnaise or spaghetti sauce jar with a metal lid. Please call 646-8833 by June 16 to register (limit 20).



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