Joe Cross, a juicer who packs on 100 extra pounds found himself at the end of his rope and the end of his hope. Whole Foods Market presents the film about a man's inspiring endeavor to get off his pills and achieve a balanced lifestyle. Come to the Byrd Theater Tuesday, October 17 for the Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead Movie Screening. for more info, go to http://www.
The University of Richmond free concert series brings you TimbaSon: salsa on steroids. this 10 piece ensemble in addition to the Latin ballet will be sure to make the Modlin Center for the arts muy caliente. for tickets and more information go to http://music.richmond.edu/
The average person walks about 6 miles a day, plenty more than the 5k Domestic Violence Memorial Walk-a-thon happening this Saturday at 9AM in Rockwood park. proceeds will go to the chesterfield county domestic and sexual violence resource center. so visit http://www.chesterfield.gov/ keyword 5k.
On Sunday October 24th River City Saunter is hosting a bus tour along Richmond’s Broad Street Corridor, illustrating growth patterns and pointing out opportunities and obstacles to better land use and transportation planning and the revitalization of our city. The event will be held from 2 – 6 PM and meet at The Renaissance Conference Center at 107 West Broad Street. For more information, visitwww.psgrichmond.org.
The Ginter Park Annual Arts and Craft Show will be held on Saturday, December 4th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at Lewis Ginter Recreation Association on 3421 Hawthorne Avenue. The show will feature over 30 local artisans.
Henricus Historical Park, site of the second permanent English settlement in the “New World,” will present “Haunted Henricus: Things That Go Bump in the Night” on October 22 and 23. Visitors to the park will experience an evening of spellbinding accounts and legendary tales as period-dress interpreters revive old English and American Indian folklore and legends. The fee for the play is $3 per person with all proceeds benefitting the school. Performances will run from 5:00-6:45 p.m. Registration for “Haunted Henricus” is required by October 20 by calling (804) 748-1613.
The VEGETARIAN SOCIETY of Richmond PRESENTS Lowering Your Cancer Risk through Food Choices: a lecture and discussion by George Eisman
Learn which foods lower cancer risk and which foods elevate risk, and how to substitute one for the other without risking nutritional deficiencies. The event will be sponsored by the Vegetarian Society of Richmond. It will be held on Friday, October 22nd, with a 6:00 pm potluck; and a 7:00 pm lecture. The event will take place at the Friends Meeting House, 4500 Kensington Ave, with a cost of 3 dollars for non-members benefitting the Vegetarian Society of Richmond. For more information visitwww.vegetarianrichmond.org.
COME OUT, RAIN OR SHINE FOR THE OYSTOBER FEST AT ST THOMAS’ EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN GINTER PARK ON OCTOBER 16TH FROM NOON TO 6PM. STUFF YOUR FACE AND ENJOY LIVE MUSIC, A KIDS’ ZONE AND PLENTY OF FUN. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.OSYTOBERFEST.COM
THE RICHMOND WALDORF SCHOOL IS CELEBRATING AUTUMN WITH THE FIRST ANNUAL FEST OF FALL AND CHALK WALK-A-THON. PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE HOLIDAY BAZAAR, THE FEST OF FALL WILL BE HELD AT THE SCHOOL ON OCTOBER 16TH FROM 10 A.M. ENJOY YOURSELF WHILE LISTENING TO STORYTELLERS AND LIVE MUSIC, PLAYING GAMES, AND MUCH MUCH MORE. THERE WILL BE A CAKE WALK, LOT LUNCH, AND DESSERT CAFÉ. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 804-377-8024 OR VISITWWW.RICHMONDWALDORF.COM
GUTEN TAG! THE SECOND ANNUAL SHOCKTOBERFEST AT THE 17THSTREET FARMERS’ MARKET RETURNS ON OCTOBER 16TH. THIS MUNICH-STYLE CELEBRATION WILL FEATURE GERMAN FOOD, MUSIC AND DANCING. THE FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM AT 100 NORTH 17TH STREET.
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djannag October 10th, 2010
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