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The Anderson Gallery presents the 2012 Graduate Thesis exhibition Round 2, featuring VCU graduate visual arts students. Round 2 opens on May 4 and closes May 13. The Anderson Gallery is located at 907 ½ West Franklin Street. For more information visit www.arts.vcu.edu/
Sabot at Stony Point school presents Music in the Garden on May 17th, featuring Irish and Old Time fiddle music. The garden opens at 5 pm for picnicking and the music starts at 5:30 pm. For more information on the music series visit www.sabotatstonypoint.org and click on the calendar.
On May 5th from 11 am to 7 pm the Que Pasa? Festival is happening on the Historic Canal Walk downtown. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with “floating garden” boats on the canal, Latin food, arts and crafts. For more information visit www.quepasafestival.com
On Sunday May 6th, The Richmond Peace Education Center presents Chuck Fager, Director of Quaker House, a peace project in North Carolina, speaking on Ending Torture. The talk will be at Richmond Friends Meeting, 4500 Kensington Ave. from 12:45-230 p.m. For more information visit www.rpec.org
The C3 May Breakfast Club presents a Creative Digital talk called the “Evolving Social Media World” featuring Kendal Morris on Tuesday May 8th at 8 am at the Corrugated Box Building at 201 West 7th Street in Manchester. For more information visit www.c3richmond.org
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djannag May 1st, 2012
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