calendar week of July 18 2011 presents:

calendar week of July 18 2011

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Get ready to shake your tail feathers! The 22nd annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Duck Race will take place on July 30that Brown’s Island. This event is great for the whole family, with children’s activities, inflatables, and carnival games. But don’t forget to register yourself for the Duck Walk and Waddle, which takes place before the duck race along the Canal Walk. Visit for a complete schedule of events.

It’s not too late to audition for the City Singers Children’s Choirs. Singers from the second grade through the 12thgrade are welcome to register for an audition on July 30th.  Auditions will take place from 11 am to 4 pm at Ginter Park Presbyterian Church. Call 657-SONG   (7664) or visit to register for a time.

Have a craving for knowledge and vegan dishes? Join the Vegeterian Society of Richmond for a special presentation by certified raw chef, teacher, and coach Rob Murphy and a potluck after. For more information and reservations call 344-4356, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit  Please bring your own place setting, serving utensil, beverage and recipe if you plan on bringing a dish. 

Ice cream is a summer staple and it deserves to have at least
one day devoted to enjoying the frozen treat. Indulge in Bruster's
delicious ice cream at the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social at the
Armour house and Gardens. Cool yourself down this Sunday with a tasty
treat and jamming live music this Sunday afternoon. for more info go

        This wednesday night Rock the Block will be hosted by Robinson
Park. at one of the largest neighborhood block parties, enjoy live
music, games, face painting and more! go to
for details

         the bottom is home to some of the top eateries in the area.
This saturday join the masses on a mile long walking tour to sample
what's cooking at 5 local restaurants and satisfy your tastebuds while
walking the historical River city

         Put down the remote controls, turn off those phones, ipods
and log off facebook and head over to Crump park for "No batteries
required: 19th century games" and try your hand at graces or rolling
the trundling hoop. Learn about activites played in the 1800s

see you tomorrow!!!



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    July 18th, 2011

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